Hotels Near Centre Sportif Sablonniere In Paris

4.9/5Perfect3 Reviews
0.24km from Centre sportif Sablonniere
I really liked this hotel. It’s in a nice spot close to restaurants and markets, also the bus and metro are close by. The photos on here do not look like the rooms now, but they look like they’ve been updated. We had a 2 twin bed room and it was small, but good enough for two people. The beds were quite hard, but the pillows and bedding were nice. It does have a mini fridge, but it is stocked with their items they charge you for, which was disappointing. It would have been nice to be able to keep drinks cold. The AC worked great in our room! No problems at all, but we did visit in September. The bathroom was a lot larger than expected. No complaints. We didn’t have the breakfast at the hotel, so I can’t comment on that. We didn’t really speak to the front desk staff very much either. Most of them did speak a little English. The housekeeper (I saw the same lady all 4 days) does not speak English and I used a translator app to speak to her. She seemed nice. Overall, I would stay here again.
4.6/5Outstanding5 Reviews
0.25km from Centre sportif Sablonniere
Clean, nice hotel with a great neighborhood. We were about an hour walk to most of the big attractions (Eiffel Tower, Norte Dame, The Lourve). Some days we walked and some days we ubered or took the metro. Both Uber and Metro are easily navigated here. There is a metro very close by that runs conveniently through the city. Transferring was easy and the ride to Versaille was also a breeze. The neighborhood that the hotel is in has cute coffee shops, great restaurants, and small markets for essentials. We loved the coffee shop/bar at the end of the block. They small authentic breakfast was everything we needed after a long night of flying. The hotel staff is friendly and speaks English well. The only slight issue we experienced was the first room they put us in had a very strange smell. It smelled like food had been left to rot somewhere in the room. The man who check us in promptly came up and brought 2 new keys with him. He switched out room and even upgraded us. I would say if you have traveling with a decent amount of luggage and plan to be there for longer than a couple nights, the larger room was ideal, so maybe splurge a little for the extra space. If we had not lucked out we would have been in pretty tight quarters. We didn’t spend a LOT of time in the room but after exploring a ton over a few day period, a day of rest was nice. Our room consisted of a queen bed and a side couch/bed that you could easily sleep on if needed. We used it for extra space to spread out clothing and luggage. The closet is spacious, but be careful when opening. The unique design will either break your shin or take your head off if you open it too quickly. The mini bar appears to be complimentary daily, but it is not. We only drank the water and 2 beers, but realized we were being charged daily. Go to the local grocer for water. The large bottles there were a fraction of what they charge for the tiny Evian. The hotel offers breakfast for a fee and we were happy we paid for it. Finding breakfast is hard as hours of operation in Paris are not like US. Also, other than coffee and baguette, you won’t find much else elsewhere. We did enjoy the French staples of croissant, baguette and other breads but the other items (eggs, yogurt, cheese/meats, and fruit) were great to have to keep up sustained almost until dinner. The spa and pool area are wonderful. We loved the pool and steam room and spent an hour there daily after a long day of exploring. We did not use the work out room but I did witness one man cleaning the room throughly from top to bottom, which was nice to see. They provide robes and towels for you in the locker rooms. Sidenote: We did a “Welcome to Paris” tour for about 2 hours when we first arrived. We met with a local guide who sat with us in a coffee shop and gave us a run down on things we would need to know while we were there. Honestly, I highly recommend this. She explained a lot to us in that time and even took us to the metro
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.31km from Centre sportif Sablonniere
hotel staff were honestly amazing, nicest people we met throughout our whole 3 day stay in paris. our room had an amazing view of the eiffel tower for a fraction of the cost of the hotels closer, bed was comfortable and there was housekeeping and fresh towels everyday. coffee/tea facilities in the room also and complimentary shower gel and soap. there is a vending machine downstairs and continental breakfast provided in the morning, was really nice :) all in all really good value hotel in a good location, 5 mins walk from 12 metro line vaugirard. only negative i have is lift is a little small, wouldn’t fit more than 3 people max in it, but it did the job.
4.2/5Very Good232 Reviews
0.33km from Centre sportif Sablonniere
The hotel is conveniently located close to the subway station. From Charles de Gaulle Airport, take the RER line B to Denfert-Rochereau, change line 6 to Cambrinne, exit the station and walk past the traffic lights. The road on the left can see the Ibis hotel sign. There is no elevator or escalator on this section of the subway line 6 of Denfert-Rochereau. You have to carry your luggage up and down. Do not take Line 6 when returning. From the hotel, take a taxi to Denfert-Rochereau (approximately 7 minutes, 19 euros, 20 yuan). Denfert-Rochereau has an elevator to the airport RER line, so you do n’t have to carry your luggage up and down Off! Taxi in Paris is expensive, if the locals are at the airport-hotel, take a taxi to and from it * o * Next to the subway station there is a bakery and a small shop selling Kebab (Kebab, Middle Eastern food), which are all delicious! (Put a few photos of Kabab Kebab). The lobby on the first floor of the hotel is spacious with Cafe and bar. If you can't sleep at night, you can go downstairs for a cup of coffee or a small wine, which is very comfortable. The room is small, 12 square meters. Although small, it is enough to put a suitcase and sleep. It is very convenient for the freelancer to live here! Will stay here next time I come to Paris! The house prices here are cheap in terms of prices in Paris, and convenient transportation is the main reason, which gives praise to five stars!
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
0.37km from Centre sportif Sablonniere
I am a long-term Paris resident and have spent two long weekends at Villa Mademoiselle while I have been in the middle of changing apartments. The location is excellent - Very quiet and not super touristy, so you get a local feel, but you can easily walk to the Eiffel Tower / Invalides / the Seine / Rodin Museum (all a 25-30 min walk). It is steps away from the bustling Rue du Commerce and Beaugrenelle Shopping center. I had a standard double room - it was not gigantic, but perfect for one person, and had all the amenities you would hope for - good quality toiletries, robe, slippers, flat-screen TV, air conditioner, coffee service and in-room safe. There is a sweet little garden for breakfast or morning coffee and they have a nice breakfast buffet in the morning. The staff could not be friendlier and accommodated all the little requests I had. Looking forward to my next visit!
4.8/5Outstanding3 Reviews
0.37km from Centre sportif Sablonniere
First let me say that is was definitely not the worst hotel I have ever stayed in. It is, however, not one I would ever seek out again. Upon arrival, we were given a room that essentially had the sink in the middle of the room with the shower tucked right behind it in the wall. You barely had to get out of bed it was so close. The toilet was in basically in a closet across from the real closet, which I don't mind the closet part, it was just a really awkward and not very comfortable having a sink right there next to the bed and the shower also pretty much bedside. The room faced the front, and while it had lovely large windows, it looked directly out onto the raised metro, which clamored by every several minutes, not to mention the traffic down below. We requested another room and were promptly told there were no other rooms. I again asked for another room and said I would be happy to call my credit card and have the charges reversed and we would go somewhere else (rates were not particularly great at the hotel for the time we booked so we were paying a fair amount). I asked to speak to a manager. I was informed that the manager had gone home - it was somewhere between 4 and 4:40pm at the time. I asked her to call him and she said she couldn't but she would email him. So I returned to the room to call other hotels. A few minutes later reception called and said they could move us to a accessible room but it had a full, not queen bed, and was much smaller than what we booked. She showed me the room and I said I would prefer to leave and go somewhere else. I went back up to get our things. Magically by the time I got there, another room suddenly was available that was of the same type we had booked. While it was smaller, 1/3 of the room wasn't taken up by the sink in the middle! We decided to stay and had a fine trip. Overall the room we ended up with was well appointed and size-wise, typical for Paris. There were some stains on the desk chair and some things were a bit shabby/worn but generally comfortable. You can hear people clomping up and down the stairs if your room is close to them and we could easily hear the people in the room next to us having a fight at 4am. Staff was, for the most part, nice enough. The breakfast lady was pretty surly. Maybe she isn't a morning person. Breakfast was just okay. The meat and cheese they provide is pretty low quality and the juices are juice machine. We were a bit spoiled having stayed in a different place the week before that had fresh squeezed juice and really great cheese and meat selections at breakfast. Area-wise, it isn't my favorite in Paris and was definitely shabby around the front of the hotel. Likely due to it being on a main road. But yes, it is close to the Eiffel Tower and if you walk up a few blocks, there is a street with a number of restaurants. I could stay here again in a pinch. Would definitely not seek it out.
1.7/51 Reviews
0.38km from Centre sportif Sablonniere
Stayed four nights in late September. As others have mentioned if your plan is to enjoy Paris and not spend 12 hours a day at the hotel this place is good. Metro/Subway/Tube is within a few minutes’ walk for two separate lines. Rooms were clean, they do offer a breakfast (didn’t take it), there are a few restaurants within eyesight and a 10 minute walk will get you to many more options… when I priced it out this was the best price by 35-40 euro in the immediate area… again if you need a safe & quiet place close to public transportation this is fine… cost 30 euros to get there from Orly Airport via Uber. Safe…. I did say safe right? The area itself seemed very safe when we were out at night and during the day. However because you have to give your room key in when you go out, I was not ok with the fact when we returned all I had to do was give room number to get the key back…. From a different worker who had never seen me; this happened 3 out of our 4 nights where the night staff didn’t ask name or anything. If you are reading, Baldi you need to tighten that up. Last words… yes I would stay there again if they price was again f
4.7/5Outstanding7 Reviews
0.38km from Centre sportif Sablonniere
Super happy with my recent visit to Paris and the location of this Hotel largely played a part in that. We were in a 10-15 minute walking distance to the Eiffel Tower, about 25-30 minute walk to the Arc De Truimph. The area the hotel is located in is clean and trendy with great travel routes (the metro Cambronne is literally on your door step) the area has tones of shop, bistro cafes and coffee shops that you can pick food up along the way if you are walking or if your going to hop on a metro somewhere! Even through the Metro is right outside the rooms aren't loud you can barely hear the street noise its only when you open the window you realise how much is blocked out! I really enjoyed the stay, and would thoroughly recommend this hotel. Thank you First Hotel for making our stay enjoyable and comfortable.
4.5/5Excellent15 Reviews
0.41km from Centre sportif Sablonniere
I don’t understand why the hotel gets such good rating as it’s not above average. We paid for a superior room which is the same size as a standard room in other hotels. I don’t even want to know how big the standard rooms are. We read that this type of room overlooks either to a garden with plants or the Eiffel Tower. Room no 101, 201, 301, 401, 501, 601 has the view that you can see in the pictures. They call it garden with plants. We felt like in a prison. The receptionist was very nice and helpful when I complained and showed us more rooms but they were either smaller or looked over the street but not Eiffel Tower. I suppose it can be seen only from the top floor. So don’t believe that you’ll have that view if you book a superior room. The breakfast is not worth the money, the selection is poor. The room should be renovated, the carpet looks always dirty and the handles on the door don’t work well so if you want to use the toilet and/or bathroom at night, the others in the room will definitely wake up too. The good things were: cleanliness, the bathroom, the friendliness and helpfulness of most of the receptionists.
5/5Perfect7 Reviews
0.44km from Centre sportif Sablonniere
An amazing hotel to visit ! I had such a good time, the customer service is amazing, always smiling. I was in a kind of dark mood with the current Covid19 situation, even though I had my first holidays since the beginning of the year. I had no expectations but this hotel lifted up my spirits ! Very spacious room, awesome breakfast, and the staff : everything there helped me so much to switch to the positive side of life. Even the manager came to ask me if I needed anything. Impressive work ethic and care for the customers ! Thank you again !
4.2/5Very Good5 Reviews
0.45km from Centre sportif Sablonniere
I feel this hotel deserves a great review. On arrival we were met by a friendly chap who allowed us to check in early, after alot of travelling we were delighted! The hotel is of small build and the rooms are smaller than average but none the less very comfortable and adequate for somewhere to lay your head in the ideal location of Paris. The room was clean, bed comfortable and bathroom had everything we needed. Although there are no tea/coffee services available within the room, there is a service section at reception which provides such and always seemed to be well stocked. The room was warm and there was no noise disturbances. Breakfast was suffice with an array of fruit, breads, cold meats, cereals, yogurts etc. The breakfast area was bright and fresh, very welcoming. On departure, the hotel happily stored our bags for the day until we needed to leave the city for our flight home. All staff are very friendly and more than happy to help. There is a local events and information board in reception area which I found very interesting. Although small, this hotel is a little gem, cheap and cheerful for exploring the beautiful city of Paris. Approx 15minutes walk from the eiffel tower and less than 5minutes to nearest metro which connects to all major parts of the city. I would definitely return, thank you for a lovely stay.
3.6/53 Reviews
0.51km from Centre sportif Sablonniere
Wood with air conditioner Wood with air conditioner, wood with air conditioner-please also note this, so it is not suitable for living when it is too hot or too cold The location of the hotel is in the city center with good public order, a minute or two from the nearest subway station Front desk service was good Is that there is no refrigerator or water heater in the room If you open the window, the sound outside will be noisy. Even in the next room, you can hear the sound of closing the window and closing the door clearly. Because there is no air conditioner or ventilation device, the room has a strange smell Recommended for tourists who need convenient travel but not high demand for accommodation

Hotels Near Centre Sportif Sablonniere In Paris Review

4.8/5287 Reviews
The hotel location is very good, very close to the Arc de Triomphe, a five minute walk to the subway station can also take a direct bus to and from Charles de Gaulle and Orly Airport. Facilities breakfast also fully reached the four-star standard, the gym is relatively small. The front desk is more enthusiastic. There is a little brother who can speak Chinese, which makes communication more convenient.
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4.8/548 Reviews
Stayed at the B&B hotel for three nights while visiting Disney. Anyone looking for a cheap place to stay this is perfect. Hotel is spotlessly clean, really friendly staff, good sized rooms with comfortable beds and shower room. The hotel serves a simple dinner of pasta or pizza which is great, easy to order and quick to come. Breakfast is simple but just want you need at the start of the day. Tables were cleared quickly and everything very clean and presented well. We were worried about the shuttle overcrowding but there are a few services which only run from the B&B hotel and others which go to the other four hotels on the complex which makes it easy. We always got on a bus even if it was busy and never had to wait long! Lockers are available to store luggage if your arrive before your room is ready or check out early. We will be back on our next disney trip!
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5/52 Reviews
We recently stayed 3 nights at Le General Hotel (Mar 9-12, 2020). We were warmly greeted by Gaëlle as soon as the doors opened and we’re very impressed by the hospitality through the check in process (take a seat, would you like tea or coffee, enjoy some baked goods). It was the most pleasant experience after a very long day of travel & so nice compared to the typical wait in line at a cold desk waiting for your room key! Gaëlle who welcomed us, also took some time to answer some questions my husband and I had, including giving us some maps (of the local area, and of the Paris city centre/transit map) and offered some suggestions on where to eat and what to visit. She spoke English well, made us laugh & was a great first impression for the hotel (she also didn’t make us feel like were were putting her out)! Our room was very clean, comfortable and well styled for such a small room (which seems common in Paris) - we even had a balcony which was a very nice surprise! I’m not easily pleased at hotels - typically because of the bathrooms, but everything was clean, and no visible Mold in the shower/tub combo and in the corners of the bathroom floors. Great shower pressure & hot hot water, and the (Skinjay) essential oil shower pods were a very nice touch. We slept great - nice comfortable bed & pillows. We had 1 large suitcase, and 2 small wheeled carry on suitcases. The space was tight (we managed to get our large suitcase opened on the floor between the door, bathroom and bed when we needed to access it) but it was enough space for 2 people. Complements to your cleaning staff, the level of clean remained consistent on each day we stayed (fresh bedding/towels), the coffee station (Nespresso!) & complementary bottled water was restocked every day. We were thankful for the small safe in the room (something that wasn’t offered in other hotels I considered). As first time visitors in Paris, we were unsure of the location, but having the Metro station so close (Republique) we were able to take the train in time to see the sunset at the Eiffel Tower on our 1st night, during our sightseeing & took it back to Charles De Gaulle Airport (CDG) instead of a taxi to save ourselves (30€) on our way home. We were impressed how easy and clear the metro was to use (we never got lost or confused) and bought t+ tickets (carnet de 10 - 16,90€) for travelling around Paris sightseeing. We did not eat breakfast at the hotel, as there were many places we wanted to eat at on our short trip, so we cannot comment on that aspect of our stay. We used the free wifi in the evenings and didn’t have any issues with it, fast & no interruptions in service. On our last day Rachelle, upon checked out, offered to keep our luggage so we could enjoy our last hour in the city before heading to the airport. We had asked about where we could go to buy macarons as we had forgot & ran out of time. Rachelle & Morgane saved the day and offered us a complementary box - talk
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4.6/5103 Reviews
For the first time in a hotel model, the century-old building is said to be a historical cultural relics protection unit in Paris, so it is completely banned. My old cigarette can only smoke in a small yard. Miss Luo is very enthusiastic, let us have the feeling of going home. There is a black guy in night shift who speaks Chinese very well. He said that he read a book in Guangzhou. In the morning, the girl named Marty also speaks Chinese. There is no problem at all, and at the same time give us a lot of advice on the tour, much stronger than those that are not reliable. It is very convenient to exit the subway 50 meters away. This area is a safe place for French people to live in. The room is big enough to be the floor-to-ceiling glass window in Europe. Our bedroom is very close to the yard, so the living room is a bit noisy. It is highly recommended to add a Chinese breakfast. It is really not suitable for those cheese breads, and it is better to have Chinese TV. If you have the opportunity to come back to Paris, you will still come to the Paris Residence.
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4.3/5102 Reviews
Good location, nearby Carrefour, franprix and other supermarkets! I live on the 2nd floor facing the street, and it is very quiet at night, but the sound insulation between the room and the room is really average. The room is not large and has a balcony (not every room, so it is best to leave a message to tell the room with a balcony when booking) ), There is also a door in the bathroom sharing a balcony with the room, so the balcony is quite large. The hotel only provides shampoo, shower gel and hair dryer. Slippers, toothbrushes and toothpaste are not provided, so it is recommended to bring your own toiletries. Lines 7 and 10 are only 5 minutes' walk from the surrounding area. Line 4 is about 15 minutes away. The 5th district is a Latin area, surrounded by universities, so it is safe! The hotel has access control locks, staff need to help open the door to enter! Breakfast is an ordinary western-style breakfast, bread, milk, eggs, oatmeal, sausage and cheese. A tax of 1.88 euros per person per night, which must be paid to the front desk when checking out. This Ctrip will also call you when you are in China to inform you that this tax must be paid to the hotel separately! The hotel provides free wlan, but the Internet speed is average, the room has air conditioning and heating. In short, the price is high!
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5/52 Reviews
We got a beautiful Junior Suite with Balcony, even in the city and on a street with traffic located, it was very quiet and you couldnt hear anything from outside while the doors are closed. It is very spacious and with a very pretty bathroom with luxury amenities from Hermés! And of course full equipped mini bar with Nespresso coffee machine. The breakfast is delicious and a mix from a la carte and buffet, what I love. So you can have everything what your heart desire. The best is the amazing Akasha Spa!! It is so big and has everything, big indoor pool, big sauna, big steam bath, big jacuzzi and a cold bath. Even if they are many relax beds to lay on, sometimes you are just alone and its like you have a private spa. Friendly and helpful staff all around the hotel! I definitely will return!
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