Accommodations - clean, minimalistic, and modern. The hotel has probably been updated with new furniture sometime in the last 5 or so years. There was no A/C so this could potentially be an issue in the summer because the windows open to a fairly busy street. In September, we had no issues with the temperature.
Breakfast - croissants, cheese, yogurt, coffee, and breakfast pastries - a fairly typical French hotel breakfast. There is a nice courtyard in the middle of the hotel where you can eat. I would say that this was one of the nicest features of the hotel.
Location - This hotel is a short distance from a Metro Stop (Lecourbe) which makes transit to and from the train stations fairly easy (depending on the number of changes that you make). The hotel is in a neighborhood with grocery and restaurants on the surrounding streets. It is a good 10-15 minute walk to the Eiffel Tower which is the nearest main attraction, but we did not mind the walk. You can also easily go across town using the Metro. One day, after much walking, we ended at the Arc De Triomphe which was a quick Metro ride back to the hotel and on the same line.
Overall, I would recommend this hotel. For us, we only stayed two nights. If Paris is your main destination and you can afford to, I would look for something nicer, but for two nights this hotel was a perfect stopover.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Rustic lodge in building dating from 1908, offering modern accommodations and bar; located near Montparnasse Railway Station. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Lecourbe Hotel Paris