Appart'City Confort Paris Grande Bibliotheque is located in the 13th district of Paris, close to Bercy Village and François Mitterand Library, less than 10 minutes from Place de la Madeleine, and 100 meters from the RER train station and the subway.
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"Good budget hotel in Paris"
Stayed for 3 nights over easter, initial views not great as had booked two twin rooms and the hotel put us in two double rooms so we had single rooms initially with then another change to the correct rooms. very basic with some basic maintenance needed in rooms - eg painting over fixed plaster. Over all very clean hotel, bed VERY comfy. Location is good 20 minutes to the centre of paris with the train across the road and metro 3 minutes walk. Helpful staff, ideal hotel if u want to just sleep. They do provide fridge, mini dishwasher, kettle and some cutlery. Nice bars and restaurants around it for all types and supermarket 5 minutes walk.
Nice hotel, good placement, trains to all the attractions, very nice and friendly staff. We spent 3 nights during Easter. Honestly, I wouldn't return due to the beds being so uncomfortable. When we bought the trip we had chosen a queen bed. When checking in I reminded them of having a queen bed requested and I was told all their beds are the same. We actually had 2 twin ones stuck toghether. Horrible beds, when my partner was turning sides in his sleep my bed was moving as well. Every time I was trying to go next to him our beds were moving away from the middle. When checking out I was asked how our stay was, I raised the beds problem and been told they are aware. If you are like me, and the bed is the most important thing from a room, I wouldn't recommend this hotel.
"Confortable Hotel with professional team"
The situation is good, very confortable hotel, assistance from personel very appreciated. The wifi was working well in the room. The breakfast was good too. Situation of the hotel is OK, to find taxi or tram is not diffucult.
"Affordable place that will meet most basic needs"
I stayed here for 5 days while I attended an academic conference and a couple days of sightseeing. The room is small (I think it was the one-bedroom suite) but a pretty good deal for the price. Included a desk, safe, and kitchenette with sink, min-fridge, and hotplate, which I made use of, as I wanted to cut down on food costs as much as possible. The room was cleaned each day and towels were replaced. They do not have a typical American coffeemaker. Instead, they give you a French single-serve variety that I think only made pre-packaged "pods" like a Kurig machine (though I didn't check into it enough to be sure). They also give you a pot/kettle for heating water. The closets are small - got one in the bedroom for hanging clothes, one near the door with shelves and the safe. Very tight but worked for me. Plenty of outlets and lights - though of course, make sure you have the France adapter if traveling from outside France. I only have two small complaints about the room: the door seemed to stick a lot - I often had to slide my card several times, and push hard with my shoulder, to open it. The shower is also a bit treacherous - raised off the ground, with only a pane of glass on half the length of the tub, without anything else to hold on to, so stepping out is a bit tricky. Maybe this is the style in France, I don't know, but it doesn't seem all that safe. The staff were all very courteous. Most spoke good English, though some were more fluent than others. But I got plenty of patient, helpful advice about where to go to eat, get groceries, shop, etc. They even called a taxi for me to the airport when I left, since my phone didn't work. I had a lot of snags in my travels, but they helped to alleviate some of the stress. I did not take advantage of the breakfast, which you have to pay for, but they offer two options, small for 5 euros and buffet for 15 euros. I'm used to "continental breakfasts" here in the U.S. which are typically included (free), but it's nice that they at least offer the option. There's also a vending machine in the lobby with soda and snack food, which you must use euros for (no American cash or credit cards). Would have been nice if the machine took credit cards, as I never bothered to exchange money (you won't need cash for most things except giving tips). Location-wise, it's close to the train station (Bibliotheque Francois Mitterand) where you can get the Metro and RER, and there are bus stops all along Avenue de France. Plenty of nearby restaurants and shops, including banks and grocery stories. The big sights aren't within walking distance, unless you don't mind walking an hour or more, so you'll need to rely on taxi (expensive) or train/bus (very affordable), sometimes requiring a transfer from one line to another, but taking no more than 10-15 minutes, 20 at the outside, for places such as Notre Dame, the Louvre, and the Catacombs. Not much to see within the area itself, other than the Bibliotheque Nationale (which I avoided on the advice of other Parisians), but that means it's less congested, though there were still plenty of people out and about. In short, this was a decent deal with friendly staff, and a location that is a bit quieter and out of the way, though not too far from most things, so a good choice if you don't need something fancy.
Had a week stay.. good place that fits budget.. good breakfast.. daily renewal of the nets was kind of annoying.. very friendly and helpful English speaking staffs.. very nicely guided us to all the city must see places..
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM