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Hotel du Parc

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Business trip booked for my dad. He hasn't been in Paris in years and he loved his stay! he says the hotel is within walking distance to stuff he enjoys and the service was above average.

Hotel room was smaller than expected. Staff was great. I stayed here because it was a pretty good location and walking distance to Gare Montparnasse.

This was a horrible hotel and horrible experience. We had booked a room and the staff was extremely rude and very unhelpful. They spoke English but would not speak English to us. I have stayed in other hotels in the area that were much nicer and cheaper. We also ended up having a third person and they were not accommodating or helpful with finding a room and told us to go to another hotel. They also held our room key during the day because they don't trust the guests which made me very uncomfortable leaving things in my room. The rooms are super cramped and not like the pictures at all. Would not recommend this hotel to anyone! DO NOT STAY HERE!!

Easy to reach, clean and comfortable. Also, it was very quiet. The main person at the reception (boss?)wasn't super friendly, but it didn't matter, all other reception staff were nice and helpful.

The hotel is close to the metro station, very convenient to go around in Paris.

This little hotel is nicely located in a quiet neighborhood, not far from the Montparnasse train station, with plenty of restaurants in the nearby streets. The rooms are quite small but comfortable, service is good. Walls are thin, so privacy from your neighbors is limited.

Pleasant location on small leafy park around the corner from Montparnasse station - which means good Metro accessibility. Only stairs from ground level to first level reception, but elevator from there up. Reception staff were efficient if lacking in personality. Like almost all Paris hotels, the room is small. However, very nice contemporary design. All rooms but 2 per floor open on an interior courtyard, so are quiet. The bathroom is especially nicely designed, including a real shower (rather than the typical tub without a curtain or glass.) Comfortable bed.

The location is quite good. There are several places to drink and eat. The places around close before midnight, it was a little inconvenient as we finish our museum tours quite late. The service is not friendly, the hotel could put a serious effort on it. Also, don't expect much from the room space, it is barely functional.

The location, about a block from the Edgar Quinet metro station but only slightly further from the hub at Montparnasse, was a great location from which to explore a lot of parts of the city. The room was not overly large but was impeccably clean. The bathroom had a built-in hair dryer with a French/American outlet for a razor. As other reviewers have noted, the bed wasn't the most comfortable, but it was more than fine for my visit, which lasted three nights. The staff was friendly. The breakfast buffet had less variety than some I've seen and wasn't included in the room price, so you might not consider it worth the 12 EUR fee.

The Hotel du Parc is located in one of the liveliest, safest and most interesting parts of the city. It is on a quiet street, facing a convenience store, with a terrific supermarket just steps away (don't pay the additional charge for breakfast--there's a nice cafe in the Monoprix!.). The rooms are VERY small, with no refrigerators, but they do have a safe and free wifi. The desk staff were friendly, but the room was not particularly well cleaned, and I had to ask for soap and shampoo replacements. The bed was very uncomfortable. The room did have air-conditioning. The hotel is perfectly satisfactory for travelers who will spend the better part of the day or night enjoying the many pleasures of the city. Bus and subway stops are a about a block away, and there are numerous restaurants, boutiques and even fresh markets in the area. Ideally located for women travelers. one warning: you must climb two steep flights of stairs to get to the reception area.

6 Rue Jolivet Paris Paris

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Tour Montparnasse and Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art
  • Free WiFi in public areas
  • 24-hour front desk

Located in 14th Arrondissement, Hotel du Parc is within a 5-minute walk of Tour Montparnasse and within 15 minutes of other popular attractions like Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art. This 36-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a computer station, express check-in, and free newspapers in the lobby. Notre Dame Cathedral and Eiffel Tower are also nearby.


Dining

Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 10 AM. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service.


Rooms

All of Hotel du Parc's 36 soundproofed rooms provide free newspapers, safes, and phones. Guests can expect to find flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Desks are also standard.


Property features

At Hotel du Parc, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, a computer station, and express check-in. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help with tours or tickets, luggage storage, and securing valuables. This hotel also has free newspapers.

Room options

Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Twin Room

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Triple Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 3

Triple Room

Twin 3 | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for Hotel du Parc

Business (2) Couples (1) Family (2) Friends (2) Other (3)
5

business trip

BusinessTravelers

Business trip booked for my dad. He hasn't been in Paris in years and he loved his stay! he says the hotel is within walking distance to stuff he enjoys and the service was above average.

By on May 22, 2015

3

great hotel for 1 night

BusinessTravelers

Hotel room was smaller than expected. Staff was great. I stayed here because it was a pretty good location and walking distance to Gare Montparnasse.

By on Mar 10, 2015

1

hotel du parc- do not stay

Families

This was a horrible hotel and horrible experience. We had booked a room and the staff was extremely rude and very unhelpful. They spoke English but would not speak English to us. I have stayed in other hotels in the area that were much nicer and cheaper. We also ended up having a third person and they were not accommodating or helpful with finding a room and told us to go to another hotel. They also held our room key during the day because they don't trust the guests which made me very uncomfortable leaving things in my room. The rooms are super cramped and not like the pictures at all. Would not recommend this hotel to anyone! DO NOT STAY HERE!!

By on Sep 15, 2014

4

good!

GetawayWithFriends

Easy to reach, clean and comfortable. Also, it was very quiet. The main person at the reception (boss?)wasn't super friendly, but it didn't matter, all other reception staff were nice and helpful.

By on Sep 3, 2014

4

great service and location

GetawayWithFriends

The hotel is close to the metro station, very convenient to go around in Paris.

By on Aug 19, 2014

3

quiet little hotel near montparnasse train station

Singles

This little hotel is nicely located in a quiet neighborhood, not far from the Montparnasse train station, with plenty of restaurants in the nearby streets. The rooms are quite small but comfortable, service is good. Walls are thin, so privacy from your neighbors is limited.

By on Aug 3, 2014

4

attractive 3-star hotel in convenient location

Singles

Pleasant location on small leafy park around the corner from Montparnasse station - which means good Metro accessibility. Only stairs from ground level to first level reception, but elevator from there up. Reception staff were efficient if lacking in personality. Like almost all Paris hotels, the room is small. However, very nice contemporary design. All rooms but 2 per floor open on an interior courtyard, so are quiet. The bathroom is especially nicely designed, including a real shower (rather than the typical tub without a curtain or glass.) Comfortable bed.

By on Jun 27, 2014

2

good location for the price, poor service

Couples

The location is quite good. There are several places to drink and eat. The places around close before midnight, it was a little inconvenient as we finish our museum tours quite late. The service is not friendly, the hotel could put a serious effort on it. Also, don't expect much from the room space, it is barely functional.

By on May 21, 2014

4

satisfying visit

Singles

The location, about a block from the Edgar Quinet metro station but only slightly further from the hub at Montparnasse, was a great location from which to explore a lot of parts of the city. The room was not overly large but was impeccably clean. The bathroom had a built-in hair dryer with a French/American outlet for a razor. As other reviewers have noted, the bed wasn't the most comfortable, but it was more than fine for my visit, which lasted three nights. The staff was friendly. The breakfast buffet had less variety than some I've seen and wasn't included in the room price, so you might not consider it worth the 12 EUR fee.

By on Sep 19, 2013

3

longtime paris traveler

Families

The Hotel du Parc is located in one of the liveliest, safest and most interesting parts of the city. It is on a quiet street, facing a convenience store, with a terrific supermarket just steps away (don't pay the additional charge for breakfast--there's a nice cafe in the Monoprix!.). The rooms are VERY small, with no refrigerators, but they do have a safe and free wifi. The desk staff were friendly, but the room was not particularly well cleaned, and I had to ask for soap and shampoo replacements. The bed was very uncomfortable. The room did have air-conditioning. The hotel is perfectly satisfactory for travelers who will spend the better part of the day or night enjoying the many pleasures of the city. Bus and subway stops are a about a block away, and there are numerous restaurants, boutiques and even fresh markets in the area. Ideally located for women travelers. one warning: you must climb two steep flights of stairs to get to the reception area.

By on Jul 1, 2012