Pavillon Italie3.0 out of 5.0
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I stayed here 2 Times before and l always had good memories when l checked out. This hotel used to be part of Holiday Inn chain. It's location is great, very close to the bus stops and Metro stations so you do not need to worry about transportation. Nice restaurants, all kind of eatiries and groceries and convinient stores are in walking distance. They serve a really good and rich breakfast for a very really reasonable price like 8 euros. In my earlier Stays free Wifi was offered just in the lobby but this Time it is everywhere, which is a great Plus. Hotel staff, from house-keeping to breakfast room, everybody is really friendly and smiling. Front-desk is awesome. I personally thank to Kim for making my stay an other Nice memory and an other reason to come back. I highly recommend this hotel If you want a Beautiful room with free wifi, helpfull and smiling staff, and good location for a very reasonable price. Really give them a try. You Will not regret.
Close to everywhere, shopping centers and eateries, easy customer friendly staff. The only problem is Wi-Fi, there is only at the lobby not in the rooms, business center is not active so if you are traveling for business and and want to be connected in your room consider an other hotel, other than that recommended place. They serve a real good breakfast for a reasonable price like 8.5 euros per person. Price/Expectation match is good. Used to be Holiday Inn hotel, it needs a bit remodeling but in general everything is OK.
Got really disappointed on my first trip to Europe. Could've found a better room in Tijuana than in Paris for the money spent.Carpets in the halls look really nasty sooo dirty,clean room but no AC shower in really bad shape. When I complain about AC not working I was offered a fan
Good for the price, had everything I needed about the same price as several hostels in the area, but cleaner, safer, and had the room to myself. The one significant drawback was that the wifi would only connect in the stairwell halfway in between my floor and the floor below me...it wouldn't even work in the hotel lobby, which was weird. Other than that, a decent place to stay.
The hotel room itself was quite acceptable as a no-frills standard room relatively handy to central Paris. There is no A/C and lots of traffic noise from peripherique and A6 autoroute at the doorstep. The pedestrian route from Metro is difficult to figure out from advance Mapquest work, since the important thing is to get on the right side of the right roads, which the metro signs give no clues about. Kremlin Bicetre metro stop is the wrong stop on the wrong line. Porte d'Italie stop is correct, and you should head upstairs out the southern-most exit, but this is difficult to accomplish other than by just trial and error (I can't remember the correct metro sign clue.)