Aparthotel Adagio Paris Haussmann4.0 out of 5.0
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We stayed for seven nights in May 2017. The location is fabulous but that's were it stops. Out room was dirty, the sofa couch was horribly stained and marked. The carpet was filthy with burn marks and stains. The towels were not changed and had to repeatedly ask for towels for showering and on one occasion given handtowels as bath towels. We were told repeatedly that on the fourth day of our stay the room would be cleaned and linen and towels changed. No Manuals on how to operate the microwave/oven/toaster. No instructions on how to operate the air conditioner/heating. The staff were slack and unenthusiastic. Access for disabled people is non existent as access to the lift is by four steps. When we were in London after Paris we stayed in a hotel across from Hyde Park, towels changed daily, linen every second day and the room c,eased and vacuumed . One thing about the Adagio Haussman taxi drivers know were to go as it used to be called the citideans and all said how it had gone down hill since adagio-Accor had acquired.
The hotel in Bvd Haussmann is relatively cheap for the size of the rooms and location. Walking distance to many sites such as Arc de Triomphe, the Seine and many art galleries. The rooms are a little tired, but come with a kitchenette with drip coffee, cooktop, small dishwasher and microwave/convection oven - all you basically need for a short stay. Lots of supermarkets nearby - just remember that they aren't open on Sundays The aircon in our apartment worked well despite the hot weather. Up the hill from Miromesnil metro
We stayed in Adagio Aparthotel in Basel, Switzerland, in September 2016, and we had a great experience, so we booked the same hotel chain for Paris in May 2017. The location of the Paris hotel was great, as you could walk to most of the best known sites in Paris. However, when we came, the reception staff could not find our reservation, even though we paid all in advance and even managed to check in online. So, not only that we did not skip the check in on site, but we needed to wait more than half an hour and find all and forward all the email and confirmations that we received earlier from the hotel. So, I was disappointed from the very start. There were also some minor things that we noticed were missing, when compared to the Swiss hotel -- there was no corkscrew for opening wine bottles and there was no espresso machine. There were no little packages of salt and pepper or coffee packs that we could buy at the reception, and we really counted on that, as we found that very useful in Basel. I would give this 3 stars only, but the fact that the price was decent for that location, I need to give it 3.5 stars...
I stayed adagio during my honeymoon trip. The room was wide and clean, it has also kitchen so I could have cooking which was very convenience. Staffs were very kind and breakfast also very tasty. I like the location most, just 30-40mins from airport only 50-60EUR and lots of attractive places are located walking distance. One miner issue was airconditioner, room was bit hot and humid. Strongly recommend adagio personally, if I will have a chance to visit France, I will stay here again definately.
We stayed in this Adagio for 4 nights, the staff were quite nice and helpful and there was a buffet breakfast provided which offered a choice of several cereals cold meats, yoghurt, fruit and breads etc. The appartments we had ( 3 on the seventh floor) were a bit shabby and in two rooms the carpets were either heavily stained or worn through but were fairly well equipped. The downside were the beds although clean they were very uncomfortable and there was a hollow gap between the end of the bed and the headboard so quite often your pillow fell down through the gap whch led to an uncomfortable stiff neck in the morning.The appartments are in a good location walking distance from the Galleries Lafayette with an excellent bus service just a few metres up the street which went to the opera house and the main stop for the hop on hop off bus. Plenty of good eating places in the surrounding streets but the restaurant just outside the hotel entrance was, according to the menu we read, very expensive so we avoided it. On the whole we all enjoyed our stay very much because Paris is a great city and we found the Parrisiens very chatty and friendly.
We stayed here for a long week-end at the end of March and had a wonderful time. Aparthotel Adagio is located on the Boulevard Haussmann and Adagio which is perfect for the tourist in Paris; it is less than 10 minutes’ walk from the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Elysées. We have never stayed in an apartment before so we did not know what to expect and, to our surprise, it was faultless. There was one large room (more than 35m²) plus a very large bathroom and it suited our needs completely. The main room consisted of a large sofa bed (which we never folded up because we did not need the space), tables, chairs, wardrobes and a TV. This was supplemented by a fully fitted kitchenette. The kitchenette comprised of a two ring stove, a microwave oven, kettle, sink, refrigerator and even a dishwasher. There was a full complement of cutlery, crockery and glassware – we found that there was everything that we needed. Even though breakfast was available (@ 11€ each) we preferred to visit the local shops and purchase a few things for our first meal of the day. Wonderful. The bathroom contained a very large bath with shower over, heated towel rail, hairdryer and there was an iron with ironing board. Our hostess, Sarah, and her staff were polite and friendly. Nothing was too much trouble for them and they were a mind of information especially helping us with our travel needs around Paris. All in all, it was comfortable, spacious and just right for our needs. We will definitely lodge there again on our next trip to Paris.
I must like it, as this was my fifth time here. I asked for a quiet room and was given one. Everything worked, was clean, no problems encountered. The location is ideal for me, near the Parc Monceau (joggers' heaven) and so convenient for public transport, not just the TWO Metro lines (9 and 13) at Miromesnil but also, if you know what you're doing, several bus routes. I didn't take breakfast there because the apartments provide everything to make your own, and there are several mini-supermarkets nearby with fresh bread etc. I will be back.
Ideally located for nearby conference venue and relatively close to major city sites like Champs Élysées. Competitively priced and well equipped kitchen for self catering. Hotel room overlooked avenue and had good light from high windows.
We stayed in the Adagio Paris Haussmann on a trip up from Toulouse to register our daughter's birth abroad. We lived in the Adagio in Toulouse (no joke) for over a year due to my husband's job, and the service there is great, so our expectations were high. We stayed in one of the studio rooms, which was small but clean. Just enough for our weekend trip. It had a small kitchenette with a refrigerator and little cook top. The view from the window was of Haussmann blvd. The hotel (as with many hotels in Europe it seems) is not accessible--and by that I mean for anyone in a wheelchair, with a stroller or even with lots of bags. There is a flight of stairs to get up before even reaching the elevator. This is hard when you are lugging several suitcases and a stroller with a newborn. There is also no onsite parking (and the closest parking doesn't have an elevator up from the lower floors), so just consider that if you travel heavy (or, as in our case, with a baby). The staff were nice enough, but lacked the true friendliness and helpfulness that we were used to in Toulouse. So that, along with the accessibility challenges, make this an average stay. Certainly not bad, but not the best we've stayed at either.
We stayed here in June 2012 for 5 days. It is a walk around the corner from the metro. There are some restaurants nearby. We ate at one braisserie one evening. Close to monoprix where we picked up cheese, bread, juice, and yogurt. Rooms were clean and comfortable. We shared the queen bed. Nice view of Haussmann Boulevard from our balcony. There was a microwave, mini fridge, sink, electric tea kettle, coffee machine, 2 ceramic stove burners, utensils, dishes, and a dishwasher. The dw didn't work too well though. Bathroom was very modern with granite and even a warming towel rack. Staff helped us take our luggage down the stairs of the lobby before catching our car service back to the airport. We enjoyed our stay here during our first trip abroad.
- Walking distance to Parc Monceau
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Business center
- Laundry facilities
Located in 8th Arrondissement within a short walk of Parc Monceau, Aparthotel Adagio Paris Haussmann is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Arc de Triomphe. This 53 -room, 4-star residence has in-room conveniences like kitchenettes, sitting areas, and refrigerators. Also close to this Paris residence are Galeries Lafayette and Eiffel Tower.
For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee.
All 53 soundproofed accommodations feature kitchenettes and space to spread out with sitting areas. Flat-screen TVs come with satellite channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Safes, phones, and ironing boards are also standard.
Guests of Aparthotel Adagio Paris Haussmann enjoy free WiFi in public areas, a business center, and free newspapers. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day to help with dry cleaning/laundry and luggage storage. This residence also has laundry facilities.
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66% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 283 reviews