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Room and washroom was extremely small. Washroom was equivalent to size of a closet with almost nil space to even take shower. Even the bed size was not sufficient for two people, it was not even queen size bed. There was foul smell in the room. Hotel is located at Saint Denis and we got confused with other Apart Hotel in the city and mistakenly landed in this one. Saint Denis area was very far from city center and roads were very isolated especially after 10 PM. Breakfast was very limited with only cold items like bread, muffin, crossaints and whole fruits. Egg was to be boiled on our own. Only advantage was train station Carrefour Payel was 2 minutes walk from the hotel and it had kitchen in the room. I will never recommend this hotel to anyone especially if you are a couple because it is not even 1% worth the experience you would want in a city like Paris since it was a disaster for me and my husband. You might save on hotel but travelling would be painful to main attractions of Paris since it is very far from central Paris.

Never exeprience this aparthotel anymore ! Bad stains in corridor. Machine (water bottles,... distributor) not working. Old furnitures. Curtains : dirty, not the right size (smaller than the windows) or not properly attached. Staff inexperienced. At breakfast : missing small spoons, no eggs, machine for boiling eggs not ON,... This hotel anounced as 3 stars hotel ??? No way !!! And it is expansive (over 120 EUR/nught some days...).

This is a great hotel for a short break or as a work/digs base. Its very clean and in a quiet area in the outskirts of Paris. The Paris Underground is Fantastic value, you can circumnavigate Paris for 1.49€ per person if you buy books of 10 tickets. The transfer from Charles de Gaulle airport is €10.30 so we spent a low amount on travel and the service is brilliant. 5 minutes was our average wait for the trains. Paris is just outstanding. The sheer size is breathtaking. We climbed the stairs to the 2nd deck of the Eiffel Tower(650 steps) which was awe inspiring. It is a true metropolis and has made us realize how small our home town of Leeds is in comparison. Notre Dame is also a must even if like us you are not religious in any way. Saint Denis, the area where this hotel is situated is on the bones of Its ar$e, ie run down and needs serious investment. Don't waste your time going there, its really not worth it. We believe Paris MAY be a city with 2 tales rather than a tale of 2 cities. It seems in our experience outer suburbs may be struggling whereas Paris city center is affluent. As mentioned the hotel makes for an ideal, affordable base within a 15 minute commute into Paris. The staff at the hotel are very friendly and thankfully able to understand my GCSE French i learned 40 years ago. Their English was far superior to my French. People may describe the room as dated but for the price we rate the whole experience as 4/5 in a 3 star budget hotel. There is a mini mart type shop and a bakery as you exit the underground station which are open reasonably early till late. Paris is an expensive place as are most major cities. We stopped at a cafe in the park on the Champs Elysees and where chrarged 11€ for 2 diet cokes. Public toilets are a rarity so you may want to use cafe and restaurant facilities, many charge for this, even McDonald's. There are soooo many sites to see we couldn't see them all in the 4 days we where there. We absolutely recommend the Eiffel Tower. At 10.20€ its just an exhilarating experience and just climbing the stairs was a realization of how magnificent the iconic landmark is. I am usually a cynic but i had to push my jaw back into place several times during our visit. Sorry to end on a down note but it is important to mention Paris and the underground are not wheelchair friendly AT ALL.

Trip - 16th to 20th of February Very poor hotel. Pros: very close to Carrefour Pleyel (2 minute walk) Clean-ish. Cons: Booked twin room, ended up with double. Had to share a bed with my teenage son who was not impressed. Tiny room. Like deceptively so. Room was clean when we arrived but wasn't touched once by staff during our duration. No amenities in the vicinity. Overall I wasn't happy with the room. Would have been ok if the twin room we booked was provided. We were told that they can never guarantee the type of room on any given night. Hotels really should clean up at least every 2-3 days.

near to metro , great ambiance clean good breakfast and above all very kind staff very near to all the key locations on paris yet very calm and quiet place. This is my second time here and with the online check in option it is very quick to check in

Was there recently.Nice hotel and welcoming receprtonist with a nice smile. Found near metro station and can easily access to center of Paris from there. I would certainly recommend same to my family and friends.

Nice apartment. Very clean and has all you need for a basic kitchenette. Lovely friendly and helpful staff. It was our wedding anniversary and there was a beautiful vase of flowers waiting for us in our room, with chocolates and a card. The bed was very comfortable. Great location. There's the Metro and a few shops including a small supermarket around the corner. It’s easy to get to the Stade de France, walkable or by Metro. Would definitely recommend staying in these apartments.

Not Good At All I booked an 8 night stay based on pictures from the web. This hotel was horrible. They had no A/C, thought it looked like it from the pictures and inside the room, upon further inspection it was just some weird piece that didn't need to be there. Thank goodness it was nice weather, but surely no one wants to spend the night sleeping hoping nothing flies in to wake them in the morning. They gave me the wrong room and didn't have any viable rooms left for what I prepaid for, I had two small twin beds pushed together for myself and my husband, then they tried to give me an upgraded room, I proceeded to check it out before moving myself and my husband and discovered, trash was still in the room and towels from the previous guest, this was after being reassured by the front desk that the room was cleaned. It was also the same room that I had! The bed is uncomfortable, there was a huge dip in it and I had to spend 5 nights rolling around like a rotisserie chicken to find a good spot. Another sad reality was they CHARGE FOR TOWELS, I was given one for "free" by the person at the front desk, but they told me the next ones would be 5 Euro for a smaller one and 10 Euro for a bigger towel. I knew I was in trouble and immediately tried to book somewhere else, after 4 hours of what should've been the start of a nice holiday I realized I was stuck. 5 nights later I finally found a hotel that had A/C, towels for free and wasn't stuck in the 1980s (decor, cigarette smells, the lot).I couldn't check out fast enough, and when the person behind the desk said I had two more nights, I said yes I do, but not here. I'm usually very easy and would roll with the punches, but all I could think about to get me through the day is staying out long enough to be very tired to sleep in the most disgusting room (did I mention half of the lights didn't work?) I've ever been in (and I've traveled often and been in some doozies), was the fact that I would tell the world how horrible this place was, I'll never trust another Accor hotel chain again...

We need a place that was cheaper than that offered in central Paris, also we preferred one that had self catering, and this we found in this hotel. Our apartment has ensuite, small double bedroom and a kitchen living room with table chairs and a bed/sofa. It is next to the lift and we never heard it, or any other people. The view out the window is of other buildings in the complex. We found the receptionist very helpful, despite our lack of French. The place was clean and tidy, It is close to metro cost 1.90euro to anywhere. Metro trains are every few minutes but are often packed to the doors,cdo be prepared for a squash with others. There is a convenience store, bakery, and afternoon fruit stall nearby.

The hotel was clean. There was little distance to the metro station. There were plenty of restaurants nearby to eat, as well as supermarkets and bakeries. The hotel staff were very intimate and helpful. The room had a kichenette. We could prepare our own meals.The only problem was the immediate cooling of the bathroom water, It seemed warm water was just enough for someone to take a shower and you had to wait a while until it got hot again.

10 rue du Docteur Finot Saint-Denis Seine-Saint-Denis

Hotel highlights

  • Close to Stade de France
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • 24-hour front desk

Stade de France is within a mile (2 km) of Aparthotel Adagio access Paris Saint Denis Pleyel, and other popular sites like Saint Denis Basilica are within a couple of miles (3 km). This 107-room, 3-star residence welcomes guests with in-room amenities like kitchens, microwaves, and TVs.


For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is available for a fee.


The 107 rooms feature kitchens. TVs come with satellite channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Other standard amenities include safes, phones, and desks.

Property features

At Aparthotel Adagio access Paris Saint Denis Pleyel, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas. Self parking is offered for EUR 15 per day. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with sightseeing, directions, and local dining recommendations.

Room options

Apartment, 1 Bedroom

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

49.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 287 reviews

Aparthotel Adagio access Paris Saint Denis Pleyel

10 rue du Docteur Finot, Saint-Denis, Seine-Saint-Denis 93200
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