Hôtel Suites Unic Renoir Saint Germain0.0 out of 5.0
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So we booked something cheap €58. Well that was what it was. Pictures looked nice on the web but should have known better. Bedroom extreme small, bed too. Bathroom clean but got stuck in the shower. For breakfast we went out. Won't go again.
In the middle of Montparnasse amongst many nice restaurants and very close to theatres and the station, the hotel is in an excellent location. The staff were friendly and helpful, it was during off-peak season, perhaps service in general and value for money was better? Well-equipped room, small, basic yet sufficient for a short stopover, I slept well while I was there.
Flew to Paris for a weekend getaway. Booked into this hotel (what a mistake). We arrived early and told our room will not be ready until 2 PM, ok so we left our luggage in a small closet and walked to Tour Montparnasse, had a breakfast at Ciel de Paris and enjoyed the view. We got our room at 2:15PM, took the elevator to the 5th floor. The elevator was so small we barely fit. (2 people and our 2 hand carry luggages) When we arrived in our room, the electronic key fob they gave us did not work so I had to go back down to reception and had it reprogrammed. Finally got into our tiny room. Wow it was really tiny! Our bed was 2 single beds spliced together to form a double bed. Barely any space was left to move or for our luggage. There was a shortage of power outlet, that in order to recharge my mobile phone, I have to unplug the TV. Phone in the room was not working you can't call reception. The telephone cord was unplugged and the wall jack was broken. Handheld shower was broken spraying water all over our tiny bathroom and its holder was loosed, it was practically useless. The toilet tank water level controller was broken and noisy. Water was running in this tank all day all night trying to fill the tank. Black out curtain hangers were off the rail. We crashed on our bed to get a good sleep, but to our horror, someone was working beside our room doing some renovation using a hammer drill. The walls were so thin you can hear the other guest talking and or snoring. In short, you can hear all the noise along the hallway and adjacent rooms. Day 2 - the bulb for our reading lamp died. Had to borrow a light from our bed in order to see the keyboard of my laptop. We tried to take a shower - NO HOT WATER the whole day. Can you imagine? Wifi not reliable and slow. We learned our lesson. We will look somewhere else next time.
I night cost about 80€ per person. This hotel is good situated in downtown Paris on the metro station Edgar Quinet. Good place for stay in Paris. Around the corner there is lots of shops, restaurants and foodmarket Monprix. BUT location is not EVERYTHING!!! This hotel is very dirty, badroom is teriblle and our room was very smelly like cigaretts. The ferniture is very old and dirty also. We havent got any food there, like breakfast. Thanks God. They have got strange rules in this hotel. Everytime if you leave the hotel, they want your key from your room.
The hotel suits unic Renoir Germain is a first class hotel.! minutes from the historical heart of montparnasse. the hotel is a real home away from home whether you travelling for leisure.!niar there are famous brasseries!
The room was really small for the price, no where to hang you coats when you entered the room. The cleaning was not good. Had left a toothpaste box on the floor next to the toilet and it was still there after the room "was cleaned". The door to the toilet did not close well so there were no privacy. The door to the room did not close well as well...
Fortunately we did not even make it through the front door! We booked a room 6 weeks prior to arrival and immediately thereafter we realised we had made a mistake. We phoned the hotel, spoke to the receptionist (the manager was on 'holiday') and explained the situation. We requested immediate cancellation for the room and offered to pay a small cancellation fee. After 5 weeks of no response I telephoned again to be told that the 'manager' was still on holiday and they did not speak English. (Our booking agent also tried to intercede to no avail) My thinking was that they could easily resell the room within this time period, but they refused to even consider it. Warning signs were ringing ....that this hotel is desperate, the management is bad, the goodwill and customer service is horrific and non-existant and they have a ' grab' your money and run attitude and clearly a rip-off at the price!! Then we read the reviews (which we should have done first )! We were so relieved we did not end up staying there and rather paid the penalty! C'est la vie!
This was a nice little place. The rooms could be a bit better but it was adequate. There's a metro close by that goes to the Eiffel tower and Arc de Triomph. The hotel is located near a busy commercial area mostly consisting of restaurants and bars. So it does get a little louder at night.
Stayed here with a family, so we had a bigger room with direct entry from the courtyard. This was very nice with the kids. Clean and good room in two storeys. The hotel is not the greatest I've been to, but good location, metro station closeby and many restaurants in the area make it a good stay. The staff was friendly and helpfull.
Not what I expected but I would stay here again. The room es VERY small and the bathroom needs to be renovated. The staff was friendly and helpfull. It is very close to the metro station. There are many places to eat around and is a good neighborhood.
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