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We were 4 to stay in this hotel, 3 adults and 1 child. While the concierge were welcoming enough, the comfort in the room were lacking. We were put in a room with 2 single beds and one pull out bed that will convert into another 2 single beds. That said, there were not a bed for couple in this hotel. We started to wonder if that option is not offered in Europe (this is the second hotel we have been in, we saw similar thing happen). I don't know how they allocate room, however, one would think they can easily put people in appropriate room(s) at check in, or at least forewarned. We did not bother to request to be moved, we were only there for 2 nights.

Hotel in safe location. Walking distance to metro and tram right outside hotel. Space was big for European standards. The only negative during my stay was urine smelling Bathroom, AC did not work which was not fixed during our entire stay but was offered a fan, no daily house keeping. They only do it weekly and if you want house keeping , you need to pay extra.

The hotel is located in the outskirts of Paris (under the Peripherique - the ring road of Paris). The town, Issy Les Moulineaux is very nice. Lots of bakeries, restaurants, cafes, shops. Close to line 12 of the Metro, which takes you to the centre of Paris in 30-40 minutes. The hotel is substandard in both the quality of the room(s) and the service(s). First of all, the front desk is staffed by people who do not speak French very well, let alone English. They refuse to do normal things like calling a taxi for you. However, when we called the front desk to inquire about the lack of Internet service (2 out of the 6 days without Internet), we were told that "It is normal". Sure, Paris is pricy. But for 189 USD a night, they should be able to do better. Linen service once a week. You need fresh towels everyday - extra charge. The toilet was claustrophobic, the shower wasn't much larger either. There was the proverbial French "no air conditioning" - there is a thermostat in the room bur it does nothing. It was centrally controlled - a little bit of cool air in the evening, and more surprisingly a warm air in the morning with this fresh smell of cigarettes/nicotine. About 20 TV channels of which no less that 10 in Arabic. How did this compare? I don't know, haven't gone that low yet.

16 rue Eliane Jeannin Gareau Issy-les-Moulineaux Hauts-de-Seine

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Aquaboulevard and Paris Expo Porte de Versailles
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Laundry facilities
  • 24-hour front desk

Aquaboulevard is within a 5-minute walk of Aparthotel Adagio Porte de Versailles while other popular sites like Paris Expo Porte de Versailles are within a 15-minute stroll. This 157-room, 4-star residence welcomes guests with in-room amenities like kitchens, refrigerators, and microwaves.


Dining

For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee on weekdays from 7 AM to 10 AM and on weekends from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM. Get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café.


Rooms

The 157 rooms feature kitchens with refrigerators, microwaves, and dishwashers. Flat-screen TVs come with satellite channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Free newspapers, safes, and phones are also standard. Weekly housekeeping is available.


Property features

Aparthotel Adagio Porte de Versailles features free WiFi in public areas, free newspapers, and laundry facilities. Self parking is offered for EUR 15 per day. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with luggage storage and dry cleaning/laundry.

Room options

Studio, Balcony

1 Double Bed | Sleeps 2

Apartment, 1 Bedroom

1 Double Bed and 2 Twin Beds | Sleeps 4

Studio for 3 people

1 Double Bed | Sleeps 3

Apartment, 2 Bedrooms

2 Double Beds and 2 Twin Beds | Sleeps 6

Guest reviews for Aparthotel Adagio Porte de Versailles

Everyone (1) Family (2)
2

ok hotel

Family

We were 4 to stay in this hotel, 3 adults and 1 child. While the concierge were welcoming enough, the comfort in the room were lacking. We were put in a room with 2 single beds and one pull out bed that will convert into another 2 single beds. That said, there were not a bed for couple in this hotel. We started to wonder if that option is not offered in Europe (this is the second hotel we have been in, we saw similar thing happen). I don't know how they allocate room, however, one would think they can easily put people in appropriate room(s) at check in, or at least forewarned. We did not bother to request to be moved, we were only there for 2 nights.

By , from Virginia on Jan 16, 2018

Review comment responded on Jan 28, 2018

Dear Customer, thank you for your comment, all apartment for 4 people are similar : one big bad ou 2 separate one ans a sofa with 2 separate beds. Your sincerely.

3
Everyone

Hotel in safe location. Walking distance to metro and tram right outside hotel. Space was big for European standards. The only negative during my stay was urine smelling Bathroom, AC did not work which was not fixed during our entire stay but was offered a fan, no daily house keeping. They only do it weekly and if you want house keeping , you need to pay extra.

By , from USA on Jul 2, 2017

1

way short of expectations

Family

The hotel is located in the outskirts of Paris (under the Peripherique - the ring road of Paris). The town, Issy Les Moulineaux is very nice. Lots of bakeries, restaurants, cafes, shops. Close to line 12 of the Metro, which takes you to the centre of Paris in 30-40 minutes. The hotel is substandard in both the quality of the room(s) and the service(s). First of all, the front desk is staffed by people who do not speak French very well, let alone English. They refuse to do normal things like calling a taxi for you. However, when we called the front desk to inquire about the lack of Internet service (2 out of the 6 days without Internet), we were told that "It is normal". Sure, Paris is pricy. But for 189 USD a night, they should be able to do better. Linen service once a week. You need fresh towels everyday - extra charge. The toilet was claustrophobic, the shower wasn't much larger either. There was the proverbial French "no air conditioning" - there is a thermostat in the room bur it does nothing. It was centrally controlled - a little bit of cool air in the evening, and more surprisingly a warm air in the morning with this fresh smell of cigarettes/nicotine. About 20 TV channels of which no less that 10 in Arabic. How did this compare? I don't know, haven't gone that low yet.

By on Jun 16, 2011

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