Hotels Near Deci-Dela In Montpellier
0.1km from Dom BoscoGood: Great front desk, very helpful, room is neat and tidy, bed is comfy enough, they also kind enough to provide a small bed for my 3 months old son. The residence (please note this is not a hotel so the front desk only opens at certain time - not a problem for us) is located is a great area, easily accessible with a stroller to Place de la Comedie (15min walk) and carrefour city is nearby (8min walk) if you need groceries. They also provide free parking which is what we like, probably the only one within 15min walking distance to Place de la Comedie. Bad: No air conditioning in the room, and it's scorching hot in summer! It feels hotter in the room because of the direct sunlight and we didn't need an alarm to wake up. They do provide a fan but to be honest it doesn't do much, there are air conditioning vents in the room but unsure why it's not available. The elevators also seem to be very unreliable, both elevators broke down on our last day and I have to carry our luggages and 3 months old baby from the 5th floor to ground floor using staircase. Overall, good stay, but please improve on the air conditioning and the maintenance on the elevators.
0.4km from Dom Boscocheck in time at 15:30 was too late and i did check out at 11:00, which means they significantly decreased some hrs from my one day staying. plus, my card got charged twice by half amount of total price when i was booking and i paid at the hotel again full amount. so i contacted with my bank for like 3-4 days to get my money back. it would not complicate things if it just needs to charge all amount when i book. (by not paying at hotel).
Very Good8 Reviews
0.41km from Dom BoscoThis was my second stay in the hotel. I felt like the quality of cleaning had gone down since my first stay last year and the pillows were not very comfortable. I still enjoyed my stay because it is close to La Comedie and there is air conditioner (I’ve heard that many places in the old part of the city don’t have AC). It is also great to have a kitchen and living room area. I stayed there by myself as I was studying French and, although the receptionists told me that the area was safe at night, I didn’t feel safe walking from La Comedie late at night. However, conveniently, the tram stops right outside of the hotel, which is great. Lastly, it is very convenient that they have a washing and drying machine but I must say that it is a bit expensive as it costs 5 euros for washing and 4 euros for drying.
0.45km from Dom BoscoPlease avoid ROOM 201 - see pictures. This hotel is in need of serious renovation ! Came in late and left early. Landing on 2nd floor is so dirty, full of holes and so stained ! Smelly, dirty room. Worn out, dirty, heavily stained carpet with cigarette burns, that was coming off the floor in certain areas ! I think this was also an upgraded room. The sofa has seen better days - soiled and burned. Didn't risk sitting on it directly, so put a towel on there first - checkout the pictures Had medicine to go in the fridge. Unfortunately I hadn't realised the fridge wasn't working until it was time to leave the following morning. Bathroom shower head was so low. I practically had to kneel down to have a shower. People smoking outside with smoke coming into the lobby. I could even smell it when I opened my window on the 2nd floor. Given the state of the room, I avoided breakfast. Checkout (just like the checkin) was lame and void of emotion. When I said the room was in poor condition, I was just handed the bill and the chap walked away... Perhaps this is why I didn't receive a survey request... so I decided to do my own. As a regular gold customer of Accor, this by far the worst stay I have experienced. Accor, you should be ashamed. Will probably get an inappropriate response if I get one... Will NOT come back !
0.53km from Dom BoscoI managed to book this hotel via EasyJet Holidays. My flight was supposed to land at 2130 but was delayed by 1 hour and because of this , I was not sure if I was going to make the 11pm shuttle bus to the Place de l'europe. If I had missed the shuttle bus it would have meant me getting a taxi which would have cost me 15 to 20 euros or more. Fortunately I managed to get the shuttle with 10 minutes to spare paying only 1.6 euro. It was about a 5 minute walk from the Place de l'europe to the hotel ( google maps was a great help ). Upon arriving at the hotel, I was greeted by the hotel receptionist who was very pleasant . He informed me that my original booking was a twin bed but could give me a double room if I wanted. Naturally I agreed to the double room.I was also impressed by the layout and interior of the hotel. I asked the receptionist for directions to the train station because the following day I was going to make my way to Capao Beach in Agde. He was very helpful and showed me on the map where to get the tram to the train station. My room number was 203 and had absolutely no complaints whatsoever with the room. Nice clean bathroom, firm bed and just the right size room. Not too big and not to small. The room was also air conditioned which was much needed being at the height of summer with temperatures of 33c during the day and 24c to 26c during the night. Breakfast was adequate and again no complaints. The staff were very pleasant. I caught the tram from the Leon Blum stop to the Montpelier train station the following morning. If one is not in a hurry, you could walk it in about 15 minutes. I could go on about what I did in Montpellier, Agde and Pavalas les Flots but the review is about the hotel, suffice to say that my 3 nights in Montpellier will be something that I will never forget. Strongly recommend this hotel to anyone who is thinking of visiting Montpellier
0.55km from Dom BoscoStraying overnight in Montpellier for one night we selected the Pullman, mainly because of its city center location, and indeed, the old city with all its shops, cafes and restaurants was just a short walk (via the adjacent shopping center) from the hotel and car parking right under the hotel ....very convenient Welcome was friendly and check-in/ out quick We were allocated a room on the 5th floor so with Covid-19 in mind we decided to just walk the stairs instead of taking the elevator, and with breakfast being served on the top floor of the hotel we automatically enjoyed our daily exercise Room was very clean, bed mattress of excellent quality and shower-head provided the right water-flow.....we had a great night sleep We appreciated the possibility to keep our room a little longer on the day of departure....a nice gesture! So overall we had a relaxing stay and will return one of these days, and definitely a hotel recommended to those after a great city center hotel with friendly staff and the right measurements in place in relation to the Covid-19 pandemic
0.57km from Dom BoscoA mixed bag really. On one hand it was a friendly, cheerful hotel with pleasant staff, offering some good services (fair sized pool, shop, sports facilities, etc). The (cafeteria) breakfast was plentiful and good. I felt comfortable there in those respects. On the other hand, although the rooms were sizable, they were tatty and tacky. The furniture was cheap, mostly plastic, formica and chipboard and the carpet was workshop-foyer industrial. My ‘bed’ (it was a suite for 3 people) was a sofa with bedding. The shower was in the bath so (at nearly 80 with arthritis) I was forced to struggle to get in - there were no handholds so quite dangerous for me really. Though clean, the bathroom was poorly equipped and scruffy (and the shower gel was empty – a nit, I know but it all adds up). However, the toilet paper was neatly folded into a triangle at the end! To summarise, this is an old 2 star hotel with a pool. Not the fault of the staff or manager but of the company for failing to invest in keeping it up to standard. Again? No.
0.63km from Dom BoscoThe hotel is not bad, not very clean but acceptable. Small room with a small toilet (my friend couldn't even seat without touching the wall). I am allergic to dust and so, I had to sleep with the window open even when it was cold but the other person sleeping there didn't notice anything and was okay with the window closed. The elevator is made for children or something because it is ridiculously tiny, we went up the stairs with our baggage. The price is affordable and comparing to the other hotels in Montpellier, it was cheap. The problem? The man who "welcomed" us when we arrived was very rude, he explicitly told me to shut up at one point when I was asking for directions. We had booked the parking too with the hotel and the explanations on how to arrive to it (it's not located in the hotel) were really bad and he didn't give us the number of the street or the number of the parking within the building. So, after driving for a lot of hours, I had to drive for a half hour to find it, stopping at every door on the street and clicking to see if it opened and, once inside the parking, I had to try every number with the key (it finally was the 30 something). To sum up, after having been talked to in a very rude way, it took us like an hour and a half to park and come back to the hotel and then, when we told him about all what happened, he had the guts to just turn around and say if we wanted to pay for breakfast. He didn't even say I'm sorry for not giving the right directions. Now, of course we did not pay anymore for absolutely anything and if we hadn't booked in advance, we wouldn't have stayed here, that's for sure. Maybe it's just that guy who's rude since the guy in the morning was nice but I'm never returning there. I have returned to Montpellier a few times and I have stayed in other hotels, in the end, I prefer to pay a little more and know that I have something nice when I arrive there. A total nightmare!
0.64km from Dom BoscoI arrived in Montpellier by train and decided to walk from the station as it's only a ten minute trip to the hotel. The station is a lovely building and many of the buildings around it are pleasant. And then you walk to the hotel ... a couple of ways - the way I chose was probably the worst ... ok along the tram lines but then you go through a very dated shopping centre (with beggars sitting outside some shops) ... down some stairs into a weird underpass which seems almost derelict and has a few undesirables hanging around ... you then suddenly find yourself in the car park of the hotel ... The initial impression of the hotel interior is pleasant - bright and lots of places to sit. Reception is tucked away in the corner. Check in was pleasant and efficient (staff even remembered Accor drink voucher) and they took time to show me places on the map. When the lift opened on the floor of my room the story gets a bit worst - very (I mean very!) dirty and stained carpets in the corridors - I did see one sign saying some refurbishment work was taking place but I saw no evidence of this and can only hope the hotel will be refurbished soon from top to bottom. The hotel is a very odd seventies style building with three corridors off each floor .. I headed down mine (more dirty carpet) and entered my 'privilege room' Good points - complimentary soft drinks mini bar which had full sized products and was replaced every day. Coffee machine. Good sized shower. Air con worked well and quietly Bad points - room in need of updating - weird colour change light above bed (which thankfully can be turned off once you work out the light switches). Cleaning standards not fabulous (long hair on desk) I then realised there was an odd noise in room ... found this was coming from outside. Looked out the rather small window to see a youth skateboarding in the grafitti covered area below ... this turns out to be a regular skating spot for local youths. This is also the other walking way to the hotel ... past the skateboarders and the grafitti ... slightly better than the other walking route but neither would I want to do at night I went down to the bar to use my voucher only to find the bar all closed up and no sign of why. It turned out that there was an outside bar area in use - which was fairly nice to go and sit in. Guy who served me was pleasant and efficient (though I would not recommend eating the complimentary snack biscuits ... odd and fishy (cat biscuits maybe??)) Next day breakfast. Served downstairs in the same restaurant area with the outside bad (in fact you could take your breakfast outside). Staff at breakfast all very friendly (my apologies I kept saying Hola after just arriving from Spain) and the selection of items was good. Fresh orange machine - two coffee machines (one freshly ground the other a pod type (why would you choose that if there's fresh bean???)). Oddly nobody took my room number on any day ... as far as I know breakfa
Very Good5 Reviews
0.66km from Dom BoscoMy wife and I visited the Marianne for a weekend getaway and found it to be quite a delightful place. The staff were excellent and more than happy to help and even guide us with useful places to visit whilst in Montpellier. The rooms are very comfortable and spacious and suited us perfectly for out trip. The weather was very hot for our stay so we were very lucky to have use of Hotel Marianne's rooftop swimming pool which was very clean and relaxing. We loved our stay in Montpellier and much was down to this hotel. Fantastic, hope to see you again soon
0.67km from Dom BoscoThe hotel is very clean, within 10 min walk from Place de la Comedie, and rooms have a Krupps coffee maker. That’s about it what it comes to positives. The location is actually a bit tricky despite the closeness to the old city centre as one has to walk through a not that nice area to get there. The room is very small, the bed and pillows very uncomfortable, and the only toiletries consist of liquid soap. The shower is large and nice though. The cherry on the negatives cake is the temperature control issue. The first day we stayed there (Oct 6) the AC was blowing full speed. The next day, although the temperature outside went up, the system, which centrally controlled, was turned to winter mode so no more AC just heat. Needless to say, that night was terrible and we could not sleep because of the heat, even with the window open. The receptionist apologized and said there’s nothing he can do. Definitely not worth 3 stars.
0.7km from Dom BoscoI can honestly say that out of all the Ibis hotels we have stayed in, this was the worst. While the room was clean, it was extremely small and there was no bathroom door, only a curtain! The shower also had a window in it. You would need to be extremely comfortable with who you were sharing the room with here. From speaking to friends that were also staying the hotel, their room had the same layout. One of the mornings when I went down for breakfast, there were no plates, no cutlery and very little food. There was one girl working in the kitchen and when I tried to get her attention she completely ignored me, despite having seen me waiting. When the food was eventually restocked, the crepes were stone cold but overall the selection of food wasn't bad. Other friends of ours stayed in the Ibis Centre Comedie which was only a two minute walk away and it seemed to be a far better choice!
Hotels Near Deci-Dela In Montpellier Review
Montpellier City Center
I managed to book this hotel via EasyJet Holidays. My flight was supposed to land at 2130 but was delayed by 1 hour and because of this , I was not sure if I was going to make the 11pm shuttle bus to the Place de l'europe. If I had missed the shuttle bus it would have meant me getting a taxi which would have cost me 15 to 20 euros or more. Fortunately I managed to get the shuttle with 10 minutes to spare paying only 1.6 euro. It was about a 5 minute walk from the Place de l'europe to the hotel ( google maps was a great help ). Upon arriving at the hotel, I was greeted by the hotel receptionist who was very pleasant . He informed me that my original booking was a twin bed but could give me a double room if I wanted. Naturally I agreed to the double room.I was also impressed by the layout and interior of the hotel. I asked the receptionist for directions to the train station because the following day I was going to make my way to Capao Beach in Agde. He was very helpful and showed me on the map where to get the tram to the train station. My room number was 203 and had absolutely no complaints whatsoever with the room. Nice clean bathroom, firm bed and just the right size room. Not too big and not to small. The room was also air conditioned which was much needed being at the height of summer with temperatures of 33c during the day and 24c to 26c during the night. Breakfast was adequate and again no complaints. The staff were very pleasant. I caught the tram from the Leon Blum stop to the Montpelier train station the following morning. If one is not in a hurry, you could walk it in about 15 minutes. I could go on about what I did in Montpellier, Agde and Pavalas les Flots but the review is about the hotel, suffice to say that my 3 nights in Montpellier will be something that I will never forget. Strongly recommend this hotel to anyone who is thinking of visiting Montpellier
The room didn't have furniture. I had to put my clothes on the top of the other bed. The toilet didn't have toilet brush either, which is very frustrating as it became dirty and I din't know how to clean it. But the worst thing is when I asked for an invoice, and the woman in the reception gave me a "Duplicata Note". I asked her for a true invoice, as only this way my university can reimburse me the cost of my stay in the hotel. I insisted her in giving me an invoice, and she said that this was a true invoice, the one that they always give to the customers. I asked her to sign it, but she didn't want to sign it. She said: why I have to sign? This is what we always give to the customers! A few days later, I asked a man on the reception for an invoice with my address corrected, and he gave me a document in which the word "Facture" was clearly indicated. My question is: why they gave me at the beginning a "Duplicata note", and then they gave me a "Factura"? If "Duplicata note" were a true invoice, why to use two different words for the same thing: "Duplicata note" and "Factura"? What is the difference between "Duplicata note" and "factura"? Please, if a customer askes for a true invoice, give him/her a "factura", and don't waste our time with lies. You should know that many customers (I am one of them) choose your hotel as we have problems in other hotels to get a real invoice. If you put problems with invoices, we won't go again to your hotel.
Montpellier City Center
Fantastic apartments, everything newly renovated, clean and extremely comfortable beds, the little kitchenette was very handy as well. Parking was reasonable too, in comparison with other places we stayed. Montpellier is a beautiful city and Appart’ City is within easy reach of the centre of the town. We either walked or took the tram. Tram station located very close by. We we on a road trip around Montpellier and surrounding areas, travelling with my small dog. We booked here, due to good reviews and the fact it was advertised as dog friendly. However, when we arrived we were charged an extra 8 euros for my dog and an additional 14 euros for city taxes! This was not mentioned when we booked and to my mind I had paid in full for the two nights we were due to stay. Other people with pets should be mindful of this when travelling. If it was not for the extra charges, I’d happily give 5 stars. I would probably stay at an Appart’ City in the future too, but obviously now work additional charges into my travel budget, if away for a long time.
Nice stay at this Courtyard by Marriott and great dinner at the attached restaurant Oléo Pazzo. The hotel has the nicest staff. The young man that checked us in was amazing. Treated us like long lost friends!! Our room was gorgeous and upgraded since we are Lifetime Titanium Elite Marriott members. Nice corner wrap around balcony overlooking the river. Linens were superb, bed was comfy and lovely bathroom stocked with great towels and nice toiletries. Very comfortable. Robe, slippers and coffee and tea in the room. Also we had asked for help with dinner plans. The young man suggested their own restaurant for dinner as weather was horrible outside with a lot of rain. He made reservations for us which was very nice of him. Dinner was at 19:30. We were greeted by a group of nice men. Waited on promptly. We speak no French but the servers all spoke very good English. We both started with a soup, French Onion for my husband and butternut squash for me (9€ each). Both were very tasty and served with organic breads. (Sorry no photos) Our mains was salmon with risotto and mushrooms (23€) for husband and the vegetarian plate (16€) for me. Salmon was moist and a large cut. All cooked to perfection. Timing between soup and mains was very nice. Overall SURPRISINGLY good for a restaurant attached to a hotel!
Montpellier City Center
We stayed in room 903 on the top floor which had a mezzanine for the bedroom and living area downstairs so not really suitable if you cannot manage stairs. Staff were very friendly and helpful throughout . Check in is a bit odd as you select your little plastic bottles ( one of each per guest)of shampoo, shower gel etc and were told this is to help the environment. Surely with all those little plastic bottles it would be much better to have large refillable bottles in the bathrooms? Or maybe it’s an excuse to simply stop pilferage? Anyway the room was very comfortable especially the excellent bed and we slept well despite being opposite the train station ,the double glazing works well.Good duvet and huge TV’s. Bathroom was fine,typically French small bath and small towels. Lovely breakfast. All very modern and new with good access to the old town.
We have spent almost a week in the self catering accommodation. The reception was always friendly, helpful and professional. We have requested a good month before our arrival a room on the top floor with a nice view. The reception fulfilled a half of our request. We got a room on the top floor facing the fire station and they were a bit loud in the morning and evening. Hence, we weren't completely happy with the quietness of the place. The apartment had a little kitchenette which had all basic necessary items for us to cook. The bathroom was a nice size. The room was a good size too. It's about 15 min walk to the tram station, but on the plus side only 200 yards behind the apartment was a beautiful chateau, good wines and beautiful gardens. The journey by taxi from the airport took us about 8 min and costs €29 whilst on a way back we have used public transport, two single tickets are €3.20 for the tram and €3.20 for two tickets on the airport bus. The journey took us about 25 min plus walking to the tram station 15min. Overall, the facilities of the place are reasonable, the town is clean and nice. We weren't impressed with the massage service, was overpriced for what was offered, back massage only €40 per person..for 30min....it was too gentle, it felt rather like stroking not massaging. Unfortunately, the woman doesn't speak English so if you have any pains you can't explain ...your help is Google translate or the reception.
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