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I am really baffled by the high ratings given to this hotel. This was easily the worst hotel of our Europe trip. All the hotels we booked were in a similar price range.
1) The walls are paper thin. You will hear everything. Even with...More
This hotel is on the far left bank close to Luxembourg gardens and extremely close to Montparnasse train station (for trips to Normandy and Brittany esp. Mont St Michel). A nice quiet and somewhat obscure neighborhood. Excellent metro connections to the lively Seine area. Not...More
Rooms: unkept, cold with the window hardly closing. Bathrooms extremely small and in need of serious maintenance. Cracking floors and no soundproofing between rooms, you can hear all your neighbors as if you were staying in the same room. Had booked for a few nights...More
If you are tiny, if you travel with a tiny suitcase, if you can fit with your suitcase in a tiny (one person) elevator, if you don't mind a horrible internet connection, if you don't mind paying $149 per night plus breakfast and $18 daily...More
A friend I was to visit lived six blocks away and the 3 star hotel across from her place was booked. This hotel was only 2 stars, but had good T.A. reviews. I dont know why. When you walk in, it clearly looks run down....More
The namesake tower of Montparnasse dominates over the landscape but the fun part is the throbbing life that goes on below it. Bright lights, busy cinemas, brasseries and diners encompass hidden museums and parks to entertain the masses. Long avenues lead away from the tower to take you to unsuspecting places and historical monuments and treasures. In between lie adorable ivy-covered houses with beams and small
gardens to match. Just a short metro ride away from the centre of Paris this neighbourhood has something for every hour of the day.
Response from barbarapC4814MC | Reviewed this property |
Taxi fare is set, about $35 one way, no tip. You could take a shuttle to Metro, then Metro to Parnity stop. But if you have heavy suitcases, take a taxi. If there are two or more of you, share cost, you won't save much... More
Taxi fare is set, about $35 one way, no tip. You could take a shuttle to Metro, then Metro to Parnity stop. But if you have heavy suitcases, take a taxi. If there are two or more of you, share cost, you won't save much taking Metro with two.