Hotels Near Chez Zia In Paris
0.15km from Chez ZiaThis hotel has promise at the booking stage being conveniently located near Montparnasse Gare. However, the stifling room in high summer up 3 flights with luggage does not provide a comfortable stay. The promise of a courtyard view is the attached photo looking into what resembles a pigeon coop. This place needs a rethink.
0.17km from Chez ZiaI stayed at Hotel Mistral with my family (2 young children, husband, parents and in-laws), we got 3 rooms, and they managed to put us all very close together, on the 3rd floor, which was great. The rooms were small, but had enough space since we were out all day. The location was very good, with many restaurants and metro stations close by. There were also a few markets nearby, where we could buy fruit and other breakfast items. When we arrived, there was a small plate with 4 delicious macarrons in each room, and a small complimentary bottle of water in the small fridge At the lobby, there were always some very delicious complimentary croissants (best I've ever had), and the coffee machine was available 24/7, free of charge. I also found very convenient that they sold metro tickets at the front desk. And the women at the reception desk were very nice and helpful. Overall, I would say the only negative point is the size of the rooms / bathrooms. But all the other postive points more than compensate that.
Very Good12 Reviews
0.21km from Chez ZiaThe hotel is in an ideal situation with both Gare Montparnasse only a few minutes walk away and the Gaite metro (seconds away) with a pharmacy, restaurants supermarket etc close on hand too. The mini store next to the hotel was great for getting cold drinks and the owner very friendly. I know city hotels are not the biggest rooms, but this room was small. Nowhere really to put your suitcases and the side tables beside the bed were literally just one small shelf against the bed. One had the telephone on it and that was all you could really have on there. Very little clothes space, both for hanging and putting in drawers. A kettle was provided to make a hot drink, but no cups/mugs unless you were staying in either their family or superior rooms- you had to pay 4 euros otherwise for the privilege. Bottled water on arrival apparently was 'free' but we were charged for two bottles when we checked out? The bathroom also small but was a good hot shower each day. On the positive side, the staff were friendly enough (as long as you spoke French), the breakfast was good although rather a limited choice in a small room and I thought rather pricey for what we had (10.00 each). We enjoyed our stay in Paris, but not sure if I would use this particular hotel again.
0.23km from Chez ZiaI stayed here for one night in June. It was booked by someone else so I cannot comment on the booking procedure. It was within walking distance from the Metro which was good. The man on reception was great. He was really friendly and helpful. He was very welcoming, explained to us about keys. lighting and the hotel. He was also very helpful in recommending a fantastic restaurant that was nearby. The reception areas was lovely. The stair case was a bit dusty but my room itself was spotlessly clean.. I had a single room which was small but very nice. The bed was comfortable. The bathroom was small but again perfectly clean. there were plenty of towels available and the shower was great. There was no coffee making facilities in the room and there was some hotel info in there but no info about what was available in Paris which would have been nice (but there was this information available in reception). The biggest issue that I experienced was in the middle of the night, a couple on the floor below were having a very loud argument which went on for a long while! This was not the hotel's fault but it did disturb my sleep considerably. It had been quite quiet until then. The other problem was remembering that the lights in the corridor and stair case needed to be switched on from the wall switch and they were not automatically on. I was plunged into darkness a couple of times when someone turned off a light! We did not have breakfast in the hotel so I cannot comment on this.
Very Good38 Reviews
0.25km from Chez ZiaExcellent location, price, breakfast, cleanliness and very helpful and smiling staff makes you feel like being at home. Close to Airport-Downtown bus transfer (Bus Direct), Gare Montparnasse railway station and lot of Metro and Bus lines to go around in a speedy and cheap way!!!
0.25km from Chez ZiaMy daughter and I stayed at this hotel during a recent trip to Paris for 3 nights. The hotel was clean and comfortable, even though the room was smaller than I expected. There isn't any room to move around. However, the bed was comfortable and it was quiet and the air conditioning worked great. The hotel also has breakfast options. We ate there each morning and it was good. The hotel has a nice patio area and a small bar with a few drink options, which I took advantage of. The train station is also a very very brief walk, maybe three blocks total. I wish there were more restaurant options close to the hotel, but that's not their fault. It was a good stay.
0.27km from Chez ZiaWe stayed here in a comfort double room for one night because we wanted to be within walking distance of the station for a morning train. On arrival the receptionist seemed surprised we were actually coming to stay despite having booked well in advance. The booking site I had used had advertised "entire unit located on ground floor" so I specifically requested that unit. In actual fact all eight rooms (two per floor) are up steep twisting stairs but the receptionist carried our cases up to our room on the first floor and back down again in the morning. The room was not large but was comfortable and had two good desks and chairs, plus a kettle and a minibar for our food. Thus, although there was no meal option available, we purchased fresh croissants nearby (cnr Rue de Montparnasse and Avenue du Maine) and made our own breakfast in the room. We purchased our evening meal at a Lebanese restaurant cnr Avenue du Maine and then enjoyed walking around the theatre district in the immediate vicinity. At 160 euros the room for one night was not cheap, but reasonable in comparison with other nearby hotels
0.27km from Chez ZiaThe service from check in to check out was excellent. Everyone was more than willing to help you with all the needs needed. The resin I gave it a 4 Stars is due to the size of the bathroom. Overall everything was small but restroom was super tiny. They do have a computer in the front desk that the public can use, that helped my group a lot. As far as location is concern, loved the area. It’s walking distance to many restaurant; Italian, Vietnamese, Japanese and many more.
0.3km from Chez ZiaOverall, the hotel was clean, quiet, and located in a good area that is close to many metro lines. Nearby there is a street full of bars and restaurants close by, but it's hidden enough that you don't hear any noise when you're sleeping. There are several main metro lines within walking distance that will take you directly to all the sites (Montparnasse area). Breakfast is included if you wanted it, but not included in the price with the room. The breakfast is adequate, but there are a lot of bakeries and cafe's nearby that are better. Just a few things to note, however... One is that the bathrooms are quite small. It's a great hotel in Paris for a couple of nights, but not more. Also, they don't offer discount cards like they said they would, they offer you their "city ones", which is actually more expensive than the regular ones (my husband's family is from Paris, so I go often to visit). Just be aware of that and you should be fine.
0.33km from Chez ZiaI stayed at this hotel due to attending the Ryder Cup at Le National in Paris. I had been let down by another booking of which meant I was able to source this hotel at short notice within the price bracket I had from my previous booking. The rates for this particular weekend whilst being more expensive than usual, were cheaper in comparison to others when considering the additional visitors to Paris due to the Ryder Cup. The good points were the location, very vibrant classic French area with a number of cafes and patisseries. Gare Montparnasse (train station) is a 5 minute walk further reiterating the great location. The staff were very helpful and accommodating resulting in my being able to check in early due to an earlier arrival. The shower was also very good which can normally be hit and miss in hotels. The bad points were no AC, poor WiFi and the room walls are paper thin. My room was located on the ground floor and aside from the circulation safety light shining through the window when someone walked up the corridor, I could also hear next door and above taking showers etc. Not so much of a problem for me as I had very early starts due to the golf but still offered a degree of broken sleep. In my particular room, the bed was also very creaky and whilst I understand the “you get what you pay for” notion I also expect a certain standard on the basics like comfort of the bed. If you can get it cheap enough and won’t be in your room a lot then I would consider staying here again but otherwise I think there is alternatives within the Montparnasse area that would be economically feasible given a bit of forward planning.
0.35km from Chez ZiaLocation is where to take the subway, but not too long, about ten minutes from the subway station, the room is not big, the bathroom is small, breakfast is simple, but I highly recommend the store, I bought the package to buy a new package When I landed at the hotel, I got my friends back the next day. The package was quite expensive. I didn’t hope to tell the truth, but I didn’t expect them to help me put it there. thank you very much! Reputation first! I will go next time.
Very Good21 Reviews
0.36km from Chez ZiaI like this house very much. I have a surprise when I enter the door to see the environment. The decoration is very modern, and the home contrast is very good! There are few Chinese tourists, all of them are French tourists or business trips. I have not seen other Chinese people except me. Breakfast is a very good home-style French breakfast, more delicious than most five-star hotels, the restaurant environment is very similar to the Net Red Hotel, each chair is a designer! The location of the hotel is very good. There are restaurants on the street. All kinds of dishes can be found in the country. There are several French restaurants that are delicious and not expensive. They are frequented by locals. I am very happy that tourists are less. There is a subway less than 10 minutes. There is a morning market on the street next to the weekend. I really want to eat it again and bring it back, but I don’t have time to go shopping. I have been to Paris many times, I have lived in many hotels, and I am very happy to live in such a hotel at this price.
Hotels Near Chez Zia In Paris Review
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.
The hotel location is very good, in the Disneyland area, only ten minutes to Disney. The hotel has a shuttle bus at any time, the service is very good and convenient! The hotel facilities and services are very good, the staff is very warm and polite, and there is a dedicated parking lot
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!
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!
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.
Myself and my teenage daughter stayed here for 3 nights 22/7 - 25/7. Please bear in mind that the hotel had only just reopened after Coronavirus restrictions. The positives:- Super clean. Comfy beds with memory foam pillow and normal pillow. Near to metro station. Near to supermarket and shopping area. Bercy village on the doorstep with a range of restaurants offering different cuisines and many bars. Safe neighbourhood. We didn’t have the breakfast so can’t comment on that. Good double glazed sound proof windows. The negatives:- Small room size and bathroom (but this is typically European). The safe is located on the floor which is not easy to access given the tight space of the room or the lighting to see to the back of the safe. Shower floor can be slippery when wet so be careful when getting out. The toilet had a weak flush (may have been just our room 723). No fridge (beware of leaving food or drink in your room on a hot day). It was hot when we were there so we had to leave the air con on all day to keep our food and drink cool. This can’t be cost efficient for the hotel. One of the two lifts was being replaced. As I said earlier, we stayed just after it had reopened so here a few other suggestions that may be helpful during post Covid (but not normal conditions). Housekeeping are only cleaning the rooms every 2 days. So make sure you ask for fresh towels every day. There is a notice stating this on the reception desk but when you are busy checking in and are tired from travelling you may not notice it like we didn’t. It would have been helpful if reception staff actually told us this at check in stage. There wasn’t any tea/coffee makings in the room due to virus restrictions so we had to ask for a kettle. (We bought our own cups and tea etc as thought this might be the case). Tips:- Get a room on the street side of the hotel with a balcony if possible. The other side has views of a railway line and station.
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