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I stayed in the hotel as a base for attending the Women's World Cup quarter-final France v USA on Friday 28th June. The location as great, right next to the Metro station. Plenty of shops and restaurants close by. Staff were very friendly and efficient
Good choice for attending Paris sporting events. The hotel is in a good location, quiet street, safe area, close to metro. Rooms are very small but clean & with windows that open (for those who don't like air-con). Price was bad due to French Open, so watch for surges around local events.
I needed a hotel close to La Seine Musicale and this one was quite close to it, around 10 minutes walk. The area is quite safe and with a good choice for food. The room was small but clean. I was asked by a nice lady at the reception what I would be doing during my stay and was quite surprised when I saw her three days later checking out and she asked me if the concert I was attending went well. Found it to be a nice touch.
The first room I was assigned was very small and had no electrical outlet in the bathroom. I was offered an extension cord to go across the room to the bathroom. My cousin arranged for a room change and I was given another room. This room had a little more room (one could walk around the room without turning sideways) with an outlet in the bathroom. I stayed two nights. the breakfast was fine.
The design is old and poor. The service doesn't exist. The room was sad, the furniture minimalist, the bed looks a hospital one, the bathroom seems to be an old people house's one. The bathroom was a bathroom supposed to be accessible to the handicapped persons! However, suppose that you are in a wheelchair and, suppose that the door of the bathroom is closed, you cannot open the door for lack of space to make it !). This hotel is not a hotel but a place to sleep without any comfort. For the price it is scandalous!
Small cramped rooms. Breakfast doesn’t exist. There is nowhere to get a drink. Illiterate reception staff. Boiling hot constantly. Worst Ibis in the world. I know there budget but I’ve never stayed in anything worse. Avoid at all costs.
The double bed nearly filled the room with hardly any space to move about. Expensive and not convenient to go into city to see the Eiffel Tower as it takes over half an hour by tube. Would not recommend if you are on leisure trip.
The hotel was very expensive for what it provided. Small room & bathroom (my room was so small I could not open the bathroom door without hitting the bed). Breakfast was basic but ok & the reception staff were friendly & helpful. My room was on the ground floor near a lift, so from about 4am onwards I was woken up by people dragging their suitcases as they left the hotel
A last minute work trip to Paris and this was one of very few available hotel rooms in the area. It’s basic. Clean and friendly ... but very basic! My room felt very small and the air conditioning wasn’t working. This made for an uncomfortably warm night. Opening the window only let in the noise from a pretty busy street so not a great night overall. I also found this to be ridiculously expensive for one night with breakfast. Don’t get me wrong, it’s convenient and clean, but for the price I was charged I expect a lot more! I would have given it a score of 3 but the stupidly high price and hot stuffy room forced the score lower. 2.5 our of 5 from me but half marks aren’t available on this system.
I recently visited Paris at the start of May and stayed in this hotel. I was shocked at how great the location was being about a minutes walk from Billancourt metro station! The metro line 9 stops here which is a very main line (if you are there for tourist purposes!) as it stops at many big attractions- the main one being Tour Eiffel! On arrival at the hotel the staff very warm, attentive, helpful and also spoke excellent English. This hotel had about 70 rooms so is a bit smaller than most but it was great as the staff really got to know who you were and you felt comfortable asking them questions about how to get to certain places or even ask for restaurant recommendations. The rooms were very clean and the bathroom was very modern with a hairdryer in place. Our room also had French doors which opened up and you could have full access to the window/balcony- a thing that is uncommon in most hotels. The bed linen and the towels were also changed on a daily basis. I have been to Paris many times and never visited this area before and I can say that I am glad I did!There is also a supermarket at the top AND the bottom of the street which is again highly convenient. In all this hotel is very good value for money and I would definitely stay here again- it really is the staff that make this hotel so great, you would never know it was a chain hotel as it resembles more of a boutique style. For being in such a great location you would expect the noise levels to be very loud but we did not hear any noises for the duration of our stay! I would again like to thank the staff for such a wonderful stay!
Located in Billancourt–Rives de Seine within a mile (2 km) of Parc des Princes, ibis Paris Boulogne Billancourt is within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular sights such as Bois de Boulogne. This 52-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, a computer station, and free newspapers in the lobby.
For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served each morning for a fee.
All 52 air-conditioned rooms feature safes, phones, and desks. 22-inch TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Hair dryers are also standard.
Guests of ibis Paris Boulogne Billancourt enjoy free WiFi in public areas, a computer station, and free newspapers. Self parking is offered for EUR 17.00 per night. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with luggage storage, securing valuables, and dry cleaning/laundry. Additional amenities include laundry facilities and a TV in a common area.