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Hotel Renoir Saint Germain

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

The entire hotel is full of cigarette smoke. The eleven or is so tiny that you can not luggage in one or even two trips and most certainly not while another person rides with you. The walls are so thin you may spend an entire stay listening to angry shouting in Arabic. We ran into no less than 3 prostitution deals just trying to leave and return to our room. The staff is not consistent with policy or how to do business: I was charged fees later that were included on my orbitz bill, fees not mentioned when I checked in, but was notified in the middle of the night by another employee. The night man sleeps on the couch and not helpful because he doesn't want to be bothered. They lock you inside the hotel when he's ready to sleep. The site says the hotel offers airport shuttle service if you arrange with hotel beforehand, at 40€ for round trip: I called a few days before my trip and the man who answered was very rude and told me there isn't one and to take a taxi(120€ trip!) and I ask again when I arrive and it's 36€ for the trip back AND I had to agree to 2 hours earlier than I wanted because they didn't feel like the time I needed, AND they make you pay a deposit upfront which they try to make change for from their personal pockets/wallets, so conveniently they didn't have change, (had to pay in euros), so I over paid, AND then exactly 2 minutes before pick up they cancel my shuttle because they can not find the driver and can't give me a full refund...NIGHTMARE HOTEL

This boutique hotel is located in the fashionable district Montparnasse of Paris, with easy access to the Metro, restaurants and shopping. I walked to the hotel from the metro stop, which I took from the airport.

Spend the weekend here with a couple girlfriends, the room was TINY, and one of the beds was a cot. It was what we needed, a place to lay your head. It wasn't dirty, just not spectacularly clean at all. worth the money in my opinion :)

Very stinky and tiny rooms,everything smells like cigarette although we wanted nonsmoking room. The hotel is almost like a hostel,very poor conditions but really central location(almost on the boulevard of Montparnasse!) No free internet!!You have to pay for internet!!

Very good value for money. Fantastic location in n the middle of the Montparnasse area with many good restaurants and station hub. The staff that we dealt with was very helpfull in meeting all our needs. Will definitely stay here again

Old place. I think it was nice.. 20 years ago. Almost everything must be refurbished in this hotel, starting with elevator and finishing with bed mattress and bed clothes - there was no quilt at all. Well, TV was all right, if that's important. Internet was available for additional price. Perhaps other rooms are better. Paris is Paris - don't take it personally, but we will take every penny from you (tourist) for anything. Ask about the breakfast, before you order it. For that price you can get a lot better coffee, sandwich at any cafe (Creperie) around the hotel.

Seedy and dirty. The first room they gave me the toilet wouldn't flush and overflowed. I should have guessed there was a problem by the towels left wrapped around the base of the toilet by housekeeping. When I tried to flush sewage came up through the bathtub drain. The second room was only slightly better. Just as well It was just a quick overnight. Can't believe they can charge $125 /night for it even in Paris. I've stayed at much nicer places for a lot less.

The double bed is 2 twin beds. Great location. Clean

Great location ...it is very close to the train station "Gare Montparnasse ." there is a grocery store few minutes away and there are gazillion Creperies. We will definitely come back again or maybe try other hotels in the area.

Our room was small but adequate. Unfortunately, it faced a very noisy street with bright lights. In order to get air we had to open the window, since the hotel refused to switch on the air conditioning for our room, but needed to keep the drapes closed to block the light so all night long we sweltered and were assaulted by the noise of rowdy people and sputtering motorbikes. Neither of us slept very well. The breakfast (petit dejeuner) they furnished was expensive but the yogurt they served was not fat free and therefore unacceptable. One strong plus was the chamber maid service: fresh towels and soap in abundance every day.

The hotel is in a terrific location, central to just about everywhere or an easy metro ride away. The staff was wonderful and helpful with directions, tips on what to see and where to eat. Unfortunately, it's directly across the street from a noisy bar. Also, the internet was not free, as advertised. In spite of making a reservation for my sister and I to share a room we were given a very small room with one double bed.

Hotel is nice, but people at the front desk is alway lookings arround to get extra money from you. For example check out time is at 12:00 PM, we were sevaral people, first ones leave the hotel one day before the others at nigth, the hotel gave the facility that you can keep the bags in a room, but the guy that was at the front desk the next day charge 2.00 Euros per bag :( Also another lady charge 5 Euros per internet use, and other guy told us that is was free.

Allright the place is very small however the staff catered to our every need. If you are not afraid of how tiny the rooms are, you will have a great experience with all of the food and night life around you. It really was a great area to stay in. There were so many shops and places to eat and crepes all around us it was incredible. The internet in the room also is 5 euros for 24 hours but you can log in and log out and really is not a bad expense. We really enjoyed our stay and the only thing I could say is that the room is small. Everything else was fantastic for the price we paid.

Upon our check-in, we were informed that we would be staying at a "sister" hotel and were walked to a Hotel called "Unic" on the other side of the street. Although our view was nice, there was no working heater in the bathroom, the towel warmer did not work and the space heater to replace the broken heater did not work. The hotel was undergoing work to the stairs, and the elevator very old and slow which made accessing the room difficult. The worst part was we booked and paid for the Renoir and got the Unic instead.

I will not pretend that this is a hotel was the most extravagant, largest, or the most cheapest. What it is however is a good hotel, with great staff, incredible location, and overall a great deal. You could spend a lot more to stay elsewhere but why would you? The hotel is a small and skinny building with a winding spiral staircase and a small elevator. The room we had was clean and housekeeping stopped by every day. The bathroom was of adequate size and the windows in our room looked onto the street below. The overall appearance of the hotel is well maintained and I didn't come across any major issues. The staff at the hotel were very accommodating. They were always willing to help and make recommendations. They even were very willing to speak English to me as my French was poor at best. I was happy to see them go above and beyond what they would normally be required to do. They were accommodating without being intrusive. The hotel itself is located on a small side street right near the Montparnasse - Bienvenüe square. It is relatively quiet except for the bar across the street but even the noise from the bar is tame. The street that the Hotel is on and the surrounding streets have an amazing amount of crepe restaurants, little local shops, cafes, and even a farmers market. These provide a variety choice of places to get coffee and a croissant while you plan out the rest of your day. Since this is right next to a major subway stop getting to other parts of the city are easy. Overall this hotel is a great deal for people who want to be centrally located in Paris. It is surrounded by locals and is situated right next to several subway stops. If you are looking for a hotel that you could spend all day in then I would not choose this hotel. But if you are like me and want to see the city, meet the locals, and use the hotel only as a place to relax after a bottle or two of wine then this is your place.

Hotel's location is perfect - a small street in a lovely area of Montparnasse filled with restaurants and small theatres. Hotel is near a bustling market and is an easy 10 minute walk from the Montparnasse railroad station/Air France bus stop and 1/2 block from the nearest metro. Hotel staff is friendly, rooms are on the small side but clean and comfortable. Nicely decorated and a very good buy.

The staff were invested in our comfort and our enjoyment of thier city. They were cordial , anxious to help, and patient. The hotel is exactly what I wanted. There was a little grocer across the street. Food establishments of many cultures were located within a small city block. The Metro station was within 3 minutes, less if you walk as fast as the french people do. The usual tourist hot spots were easily less than 30 minutes away. We traveled on the Metro system, or walked. It was just as though we lived in the city. I loved it.

39 Rue Du Montparnasse Paris Paris

Located in 14th Arrondissement, Hotel Renoir Saint Germain is a leisurely stroll from popular sights such as Tour Montparnasse and Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art. This 27-room, 3-star hotel has conveniences like a bar/lounge, a coffee shop/café, and free in-room WiFi. Notre Dame Cathedral and Eiffel Tower are also nearby.


Dining

Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 10:30 AM. Entertain your taste buds with a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café.


Rooms

All 27 soundproofed accommodations feature 3 bedrooms. Guests can expect free WiFi and satellite TV. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include minibars, free newspapers, and safes.


Guests of Hotel Renoir Saint Germain enjoy features like free WiFi in public areas. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help secure valuables, and answer any questions about the accommodations.

Property features

Room options

Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Family Suite, 1 Bedroom

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Hotel Renoir Saint Germain

Everyone (1) Couples (8) Business (1) Family (2) Other (3) Friends (2)
1

smokey, loud, brothel

Everyone

The entire hotel is full of cigarette smoke. The eleven or is so tiny that you can not luggage in one or even two trips and most certainly not while another person rides with you. The walls are so thin you may spend an entire stay listening to angry shouting in Arabic. We ran into no less than 3 prostitution deals just trying to leave and return to our room. The staff is not consistent with policy or how to do business: I was charged fees later that were included on my orbitz bill, fees not mentioned when I checked in, but was notified in the middle of the night by another employee. The night man sleeps on the couch and not helpful because he doesn't want to be bothered. They lock you inside the hotel when he's ready to sleep. The site says the hotel offers airport shuttle service if you arrange with hotel beforehand, at 40€ for round trip: I called a few days before my trip and the man who answered was very rude and told me there isn't one and to take a taxi(120€ trip!) and I ask again when I arrive and it's 36€ for the trip back AND I had to agree to 2 hours earlier than I wanted because they didn't feel like the time I needed, AND they make you pay a deposit upfront which they try to make change for from their personal pockets/wallets, so conveniently they didn't have change, (had to pay in euros), so I over paid, AND then exactly 2 minutes before pick up they cancel my shuttle because they can not find the driver and can't give me a full refund...NIGHTMARE HOTEL

By , from CA, USA on Nov 2, 2016

4

location, location, location

Singles

This boutique hotel is located in the fashionable district Montparnasse of Paris, with easy access to the Metro, restaurants and shopping. I walked to the hotel from the metro stop, which I took from the airport.

By on Mar 20, 2015

3

weekend in paris!

GetawayWithFriends

Spend the weekend here with a couple girlfriends, the room was TINY, and one of the beds was a cot. It was what we needed, a place to lay your head. It wasn't dirty, just not spectacularly clean at all. worth the money in my opinion :)

By on Feb 17, 2014

2

good location but very poor conditions

Couples

Very stinky and tiny rooms,everything smells like cigarette although we wanted nonsmoking room. The hotel is almost like a hostel,very poor conditions but really central location(almost on the boulevard of Montparnasse!) No free internet!!You have to pay for internet!!

By on Feb 16, 2014

3

couples european holiday

Couples

Very good value for money. Fantastic location in n the middle of the Montparnasse area with many good restaurants and station hub. The staff that we dealt with was very helpfull in meeting all our needs. Will definitely stay here again

By on Aug 29, 2013

1

perhaps it used to be nice..

Couples

Old place. I think it was nice.. 20 years ago. Almost everything must be refurbished in this hotel, starting with elevator and finishing with bed mattress and bed clothes - there was no quilt at all. Well, TV was all right, if that's important. Internet was available for additional price. Perhaps other rooms are better. Paris is Paris - don't take it personally, but we will take every penny from you (tourist) for anything. Ask about the breakfast, before you order it. For that price you can get a lot better coffee, sandwich at any cafe (Creperie) around the hotel.

By on Nov 20, 2012

1

seedy and run down. definately not ***.

Singles

Seedy and dirty. The first room they gave me the toilet wouldn't flush and overflowed. I should have guessed there was a problem by the towels left wrapped around the base of the toilet by housekeeping. When I tried to flush sewage came up through the bathtub drain. The second room was only slightly better. Just as well It was just a quick overnight. Can't believe they can charge $125 /night for it even in Paris. I've stayed at much nicer places for a lot less.

By on Oct 24, 2012

2

not what they say

Couples

The double bed is 2 twin beds. Great location. Clean

By on Oct 2, 2012

4

location

Couples

Great location ...it is very close to the train station "Gare Montparnasse ." there is a grocery store few minutes away and there are gazillion Creperies. We will definitely come back again or maybe try other hotels in the area.

By on May 4, 2012

2

paris trip may 4-10, 2011

Couples

Our room was small but adequate. Unfortunately, it faced a very noisy street with bright lights. In order to get air we had to open the window, since the hotel refused to switch on the air conditioning for our room, but needed to keep the drapes closed to block the light so all night long we sweltered and were assaulted by the noise of rowdy people and sputtering motorbikes. Neither of us slept very well. The breakfast (petit dejeuner) they furnished was expensive but the yogurt they served was not fat free and therefore unacceptable. One strong plus was the chamber maid service: fresh towels and soap in abundance every day.

By on May 17, 2011