Campanile La Villette3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
This is a newish hotel in very good condition. The staff were really friendly and professional. We stayed at the hotel to see a concert at the Zénith that is an easy 15-20 minute walk away. We didn’t use the restaurant but looked good as did the bar area. The hotel has parking that we didn’t use but useful to know for next time. We had a room for 4 adults for €120 which had a double bed, single and a bed settee which my son said was comfortable. The bathroom had 2 sinks and the toilet was separate. There is a metro station a few minutes away and a Velo bike park... A pleasant surprise overall...
I stayed at this hotel while attending a gig at the Zenith. I found the room comfortable and the staff friendly. The breakfast was good although the room felt crowded and there was no decaf coffee available. I'd definitely stay again.
This hotel is close to La Villette (5 minute walk) where there are shops, the science museum and La Georde. There are not many nice restaurants around but the hotel food is beautiful. The hotel staff are the friendliest I have ever met both at the front desk and in the restaurant. The rooms are a little small but have climate control and are clean. Room 430 was quiet and on the fourth floor and my friend stayed in 427 which was also quiet. There are lifts and stairs.
Stayed here on a break with my wife recently. The hotel is reasonably priced, and in a good location between two metro stations to explore Paris. The room was quite small but the bed was comfortable and we slept well every night. No English speaking channels on the tv but we didn't go on our break for that so it didn't bother us. Staff were very friendly and helpful and as Paris goes, the prices for breakfast/food were good too. We were both happy with our stay here.
We have just come back from a 4 night stay at Campanile 19 La Villette, and I can only give praise in this review. Firstly, all staff were great with us and patient with our basic grasp of French. All staff we encountered during our stay were fabulous; always pleasant, friendly and helpful. A special mention must go to a particularly friendly staff member in the restuarant who shared jokes with us, boxed our left over pizza for the following day's lunch (the pizzas are excellent!), and got us a free glass of bubbly each when we told him that we had got that day. Rooms are small but clean and modern with a good shower in the ensuite. Perfectly manageable size for a short stay. Crimèe and Corentin Cariou metro stations (line 7) are a couple of minutes walk away, meaning easy journeys to all of Paris. Rooms on the rear of the hotel are quieter as Avenue de Flandre is a busy road out front. Highly recommend a stay here.
Chose this hotel from Tripadvisor reviews. We were very pleased to stay here. Why? LOCATION: Conveniently between 2 Metro (subway) stations, however, it is somewhat closer to Corentin Cariou Metro. Two grocery stores are within view of the front entrance; one grocery store beside the hotel and the other across the street. MEALS: rather than search for places to have our meals, we opted for breakfasts and suppers on-site. The breakfast buffet was 10.90 Euros with a satisfying variety of hot and cold foods. One of the best varieties I have seen in a long time for a hotel breakfast buffet. The suppers offered menu meals, but we preferred the "Buffet des entrées" at 11.90 Euros which included the salad bar, charcuterie, salsa, grilled chicken etc. More than enough for us. My husband liked that the restaurant was clean, friendly and a "guaranteed" good experience with friendly/efficient staff. STAFF: went out of their way to be friendly and helpful. In fact, our entire stay in Paris, we never met any of the "snobbishness" that Parisians used to have. We found the front desk bent over backwards to help us when we got our power adaptor stuck in the wall plug. ROOM: was very functional, clean with modern colours. I can understand how people find it small if they have big suitcases and/or tend to spread out all over the room when they travel. My husband and I routinely travel with only a carry-on each for our clothing (I've done 3 weeks, twice, this way), so we did not find the room too small for our use. [Cultural warning -- nothing to do with the hotel itself: as Canadians, we showed up for supper at 6 pm, but the restaurant was nowhere ready to open, Parisians dine much later. We just came back later.]
Located in the 19th arrondissement, this low-key hotel is fine for budget as well as business travellers conscious about costs. Rooms are small so if there are two of you, make sure your suitcases are not 'gigantic', otherwise they may have to stay in the hallway! Nice bar called Johny's where a live band performs daily. Restaurant seems to be popular with clients and non-clients as well. Very accessible by metro or taxi. Fairly safe area.
Perfectly located, between 2 metro stations and a variety of restaurants and shops around. What did let it down sadly is the staff at the reception and I'm a native French speaker so there was no language barrier. A smile or a hello was too much to ask for when you greeted them. And everything seemed like too much bother for them. Not a great impression since they are the first people you meet when you arrive. The cleaning ladies on the other side were lovely. Very cheerful and smiling despite being overloaded with chores. One of our clean towels when we arrived had a pubic hair on it. The maids happily swapped it. What a contrast between the people at the reception and in housekeeping. Should definitely be the other way around!!
Coffee and tea are at your disposal in your room. They workers are helpful and the room is clean. I had an issue with my remote control and I got to solve it within no time. The room was cleaned daily and there wasn't noise.
We stayed here on our first night in Paris. I loved how the hotel is situated in a more residential than tourist area as it gave us a more authentic feel of the city. There is a supermarket next door to the hotel and plenty of boulangeries and patisseries with delicious pastries, bread and cakes nearby. There are three metro stations closeby - Corentin Cariou, Crimee and another I can’t remember the name of. We got the train from Charles de Gaulle to Gare du Nord and thereafter the metro to Stalingrad then on to Corentin Cariou which is a few minutes walk from the hotel. I would recommend downloading the metro app and using it to get around. A day pass for Zone1 covers all the tourist attractions and cost 7.5 euros and can be used as many times as you want that day. A single is around 1.9 euros. The hotel is located close to the canal which is definitely worth a visit. There are some lovely cafes and restaurants nearby as well as picnic spots. You can buy a bottle of wine and nibbles from the supermarket and enjoy the atmosphere at the canal in the evenings. As two female travellers we felt safe in this area and had no concerns. Check in was quick and easy. We paid for the room on check in and the staff were friendly and welcoming and spoke English as well as several other languages. You are given a key card for your room which is also needed to activate the lifts which was a good security feature. I note the other reviewers state the rooms are small however for a short stay they were perfectly fine. We used the room as a base to sleep and shower. Our room had two single beds with a space between them and there was more than enough space to walk around the room. There is no wardrobe however there is a rail with some hangers and a large drawer. This can be seen on the images when booking the hotel so there should be no surprises there. There is also a kettle and some tea and coffee in the room. There is also a tv however we didn’t use this. The bathroom was also fine. There is a bath with two shower attachments. The fixed shower had great water pressure. There was also some shower gel in a dispenser on the wall as well as some other small toiletries. Towels were included in the room. Overall this hotel was great value for money and is not close to the tourist attractions other than the Sacre Coeur however I preferred this as it was really easy to get around using the metro and prices in the area were reasonable. I would definitely use this hotel as base on my next trip to Paris.
- Close to Parc des Buttes Chaumont
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Business center
Located in 19th Arrondissement within a mile (2 km) of Parc des Buttes Chaumont, Campanile La Villette is within a few miles (5 km) of other popular sights such as Moulin Rouge. This 208-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi. Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris and Galeries Lafayette are also nearby.
Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's buffet restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. You can get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 9 AM.
Campanile La Villette's 208 air-conditioned rooms provide free newspapers and desks. Flat-screen TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries.
Campanile La Villette features free WiFi in public areas, 5 meeting rooms, and a business center. Self parking is available for EUR 20.00 per night. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include a computer station, express check-in, and express check-out.
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77.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1442 reviews