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3.6/530 Reviews
0.51km from downtown
My family and I stayed there for 1 night when driving through France and had 2 rooms One of the rooms smelled a lot and the bathroom was even worse so we shared the one in the other room. We didn’t tell the staff so that’s on us. Though I can’t see how they couldn’t have noticed Easy check in and check out Good breakfast
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4.4/5Excellent30 Reviews
0.78km from downtown
We stayed here as a stopover traveling further south into France. We arrived late in the evening, travel weary after a long day of driving and were really impressed by the family room. It was well laid out, very comfortable, came with free WiFi & best of all had air con! We had a very comfortable night & all slept well (it was lovely & quiet). Not sure about the breakfast, the croissants and yogurts were lovely & the presence of Nutella made the kids happy. But the warm eggs were peculiar at best & the hot water not hot enough to make tea. All in all, a great night (but we’ll skip breakfast next time).
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1.2/532 Reviews
1.26km from downtown
Prior to our stay, the only concerns we had were the distance of the hotel from the city centre and how easy it would be to see the main sights using public transport. In the event everything worked out fine although the hotel’s front desk could have been far more helpful when we asked for help. Given that this was a chain hotel we wrongly assumed that all the staff would speak good English. I don’t like to criticise because, at the end of the day, it’s our fault for not speaking better French. However, it is something for guests to bear in mind. The staff on the front desk struggled to understand some of what I was saying at check-in and the staff on duty in the restaurant spoke no English at all. However, in contrast, the breakfast waiter spoke good English. All in all, a very mixed picture. Once we’d parked up at the hotel and checked in, we wanted to use public transport to get to the city centre rather than trying to drive there. I really needed some help and advice but the lady I spoke to on the reception desk was less than helpful and appeared disinterested. She vaguely pointed in the direction of a nearby bus-stop but she didn't provide a map and I soon gave up trying to get any practical information out of her. This was very disappointing especially as I was the only guest queueing at the desk. In the end I turned to the “Moovit” app I had previously installed on my smart phone a year or so before. I’d been very impressed by it in Berlin and it proved to be equally good in Metz (although ahead of time I wasn't sure it would work in Metz). If you want to get the bus into the city centre it makes everything so easy. Once I’d entered the city centre as a destination, it provided simple step by step guidance as to how to get there. A map showed the walking route to the bus stop (about 2 minutes from the hotel) and which number bus to wait for. A timer counted down the expected arrival time of the bus. We purchased a group ticket from the machine at the bus stop. It cost 8 euros for one day's unlimited use of the bus for a group of up to 5 people. We boarded the bus and validated the ticket using the little machine on-board. Don’t forget to do this as the you’ll get fined if you don’t validate it! The lady on the hotel reception desk didn’t mention any of this. “Moovit” then showed us a map of the bus route and a list of all the stops en-route. As we progressed along, “Moovit” ticked off the stops so we could see exactly where we were at any point and it was easy to get off at the right stop. If you want to use public transport then there’s really nothing to be worried about. The Metz bus system is certainly very slick and efficient with frequent buses. Once on the bus, it took around 16 minutes to get to the city centre. The return journey was equally as easy. Metz has a lovely feel to it, combining a mix of old and new, and we spent a very pleasant afternoon wandering around the sites. One of our party had an onion allergy
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3.8/530 Reviews
2.08km from downtown
We chose this hotel for its proximity to the motorway - we were returning from Switzerland. I booked it months ago, and they took the card payment almost at once. Had we had to cancel I dread to imagine the hassle there would have been to get our money back, the French being as tight-fisted as they are. I made sure I had the credit-card statement with me to prove I had paid! In the event, no problem at all. First glance at the place had me thinking of the Bates Motel in 'Psycho'. The room was a tiny but clean box and had a 'wet room' bathroom. We used to stay at 'Logis de France,' small independent hotels, but they seem often to have become rather seedy and overpriced. Now we opt for these faceless chains of hotels which are at least clean and cheap. We considered having a meal there The restaurant looked decent, but the menu featured a picture of Chef Renard, a rather creepy looking cove: Norman Bates again? We decided to have a drink while making our minds up and repaired to the garden. Two white wines, please, waitress. Sorry, you can't have alcohol except with a meal. WHAT?? This is France in 2018 on a Saturday night, not Carmarthen on a wet Sunday circa 1954! No dice: no meal.We put a picnic together from bits and pieces we had in the car. Wine included! Breakfast was OK. Time was, the 'Continental' breakfast was coffee, rolls, butter and jam. Now there's lots more, cheese, meat, yogurts, fruit. And instead of 8 francs it costs €9.50. Mainly aimed at the Dutch and the Germans, no doubt. I was a bit worried about security. A footpath runs just beyond the hotel boundary's flimsy hedge. This path runs round a lake and is thronged with of joggers and dog-walkers. Burglar Guillaume would find it child's-play to be in and out of the grounds to do a bit of thieving either from room or car. I did find that a bit of a worry. I wouldn't praise or recommend the hotel particularly but neither would I warn against staying there. It is certainly quiet enough for a good night's sleep. And cheap.
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1.7/532 Reviews
2.17km from downtown
Driving up from Italy this was just a place to rest my head and so I had no real expectations. However it certainly exceeded these. Firstly the car park has an extremely secure looking automatic gating, which is much more than you usually get. Reception is similar to a premier inn level back home again more than the usual budget options here. Lift to all floors. Room was clean, sheets were clean, no grotty carpets. Shower pod clean although drain was a bit stinky. The only downside was the thin walls so you can hear everyone’s toilet flushes and showers nearby. Located just across the street from a supermarket and easy access back onto the motorway with an easy 3.5hrs up to the tunnel for a morning crossing - can’t complain.
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4.3/5Excellent38 Reviews
4.49km from downtown
After a week travelling the Alps we booked this hotel en route home as it specified Parking and our car is full of luggage and camping gear etc. On arrival we were told there was no on site parking and we could park roadside until 6am or pay for parking at a multi story, neither of which seemed very secure The Hotel refused to refund our payment as they had mis represented the Parking so at 1am I had no choice than to take the room My vehicle is a standard size car with roof box so the car park they said was 2.0m height is only 1.9m and did not fit, I then parked roadside eventually finding a space only to then find after locking my car I could hear snoring which turned out to be a tramp on the staircase where my car was parked opposite the hotel so I had to move it again. It is now 4am and I am still going out to check my car as there are many undesirables still hanging around the street outside the hotel. Then to top things off I have just returned to the Hotel to find the desk staff smoking **** on the entrance....very professional I don't think. There is also a loud noisy vibrating fan noise coming from the Staircase that is echoing in our room Avoid this hotel at all costs as neither the staff or management are useful or willing to help
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3.9/530 Reviews
4.56km from downtown
Outside, the hotel is just another old town building. As it is situated by the railway station, we really did not expect a good night's sleep. But it was quite pleasant in the end. The lobby is not very big and the elevator is a miniature one. The room was not very spacious, but well furnished and we did not really miss anything. The balcony was questionable, small, somewhat uncertain-looking, beat up, but there were flowers in the pot adorning it. And it enabled a wonderful view of the old tower, one of the characteristic sights of Metz, standing very close to the hotel. The bathroom was very comfortable. Traffic was quite heavy under our balcony and window. Although the windows were shaped in an old-fashioned way, really beautiful, they must have been glazed recently, because they kept out all the noise of the traffic. The room was air-conditioned (and the air-conditioning really worked!). We only had breakfast at the hotel and it was really good, with plenty of choice. As this is not really true of all French hotels, I was quite pleased with this one.
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3.9/530 Reviews
4.72km from downtown
Stayed one night on the way home as part of a national holidays trip to Italy. The good, the staff were lovely, the lady at reception spoke good English and was really willing to help. She even offered to order take away pizza for me and have it brought to my room. Breakfast was plentiful and included fruit, cheese, meat, yogurt and French pastries. The room was large, with a balcony which overlooked the back of the buildings. Location is great, lots to eat and plenty of walks. The not so good, no air conditioning, my room was 24degress all night and no breeze to cool us down. Whilst the room looked clean I found a dirty and very dusty old head torch under my bed! No shower curtain in bathroom! Other than that, this hotel is ok and staff are good.
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4/5Very Good30 Reviews
4.73km from downtown
Located next to the train station, the room is small and pitiful, it is a bit reluctant to live alone. The breakfast was good. Parking is extremely inconvenient. You have to grab a seat on the road and drive away before 9 o'clock in the morning, otherwise there will be a brother to post the list.
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5/5Perfect32 Reviews
4.74km from downtown
Hotel Kyriad Metz Centre is conveniently located in the popular Ancienne Ville area. The hotel offers a wide range of amenities and perks to ensure you have a great time. To be found at the hotel are free Wi-Fi in all rooms, facilities for disabled guests, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park, room service. Guestrooms are designed to provide an optimal level of comfort with welcoming decor and some offering convenient amenities like air conditioning, heating, desk, telephone, television. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. Friendly staff, great facilities and close proximity to all that Metz has to offer are three great reasons you should stay at Hotel Kyriad Metz Centre.
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4/5Very Good26 Reviews
4.74km from downtown
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4/5Very Good31 Reviews
4.79km from downtown
This hotel is super, comfortable beds great efficient staff and parking on site. On our way skiing it was a good stop over for us .The staff were attentive ,the breakfast was typically extensive for a Mercure. I dread the fact they are going to "funk up "this hotel with a tatty industrial make over a la 'parc des expositions' Mercure Reims DON'T SPOIL IT ACCOR PLEASE !!!
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Hotels Near La Grange Au Parc In Metz Review

5/532 Reviews
I stayed here for only one night on a short stopover in town for business. I arrived late and left early, so can't comment on the location, but found the hotel easy to find, good parking access, and comfortable for my needs. I was able to get room service up to 10:30pm, so perfect for my late arrival, and my room was large and comfortable. Staff were friendly and helpful too. Breakfast was decent, with plenty of choices available. Parking was easy, located below the hotel, making things accessible. I believe the hotel was fairly central in Metz, so it should be easy to get around and see things; maybe if I have more time next time, I'll be able to check it out. The shower was a tad on the small size, but otherwise things were decent.
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4.3/538 Reviews
After a week travelling the Alps we booked this hotel en route home as it specified Parking and our car is full of luggage and camping gear etc. On arrival we were told there was no on site parking and we could park roadside until 6am or pay for parking at a multi story, neither of which seemed very secure The Hotel refused to refund our payment as they had mis represented the Parking so at 1am I had no choice than to take the room My vehicle is a standard size car with roof box so the car park they said was 2.0m height is only 1.9m and did not fit, I then parked roadside eventually finding a space only to then find after locking my car I could hear snoring which turned out to be a tramp on the staircase where my car was parked opposite the hotel so I had to move it again. It is now 4am and I am still going out to check my car as there are many undesirables still hanging around the street outside the hotel. Then to top things off I have just returned to the Hotel to find the desk staff smoking **** on the entrance....very professional I don't think. There is also a loud noisy vibrating fan noise coming from the Staircase that is echoing in our room Avoid this hotel at all costs as neither the staff or management are useful or willing to help
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3.9/530 Reviews
Stayed one night on the way home as part of a national holidays trip to Italy. The good, the staff were lovely, the lady at reception spoke good English and was really willing to help. She even offered to order take away pizza for me and have it brought to my room. Breakfast was plentiful and included fruit, cheese, meat, yogurt and French pastries. The room was large, with a balcony which overlooked the back of the buildings. Location is great, lots to eat and plenty of walks. The not so good, no air conditioning, my room was 24degress all night and no breeze to cool us down. Whilst the room looked clean I found a dirty and very dusty old head torch under my bed! No shower curtain in bathroom! Other than that, this hotel is ok and staff are good.
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3.8/530 Reviews
We chose this hotel for its proximity to the motorway - we were returning from Switzerland. I booked it months ago, and they took the card payment almost at once. Had we had to cancel I dread to imagine the hassle there would have been to get our money back, the French being as tight-fisted as they are. I made sure I had the credit-card statement with me to prove I had paid! In the event, no problem at all. First glance at the place had me thinking of the Bates Motel in 'Psycho'. The room was a tiny but clean box and had a 'wet room' bathroom. We used to stay at 'Logis de France,' small independent hotels, but they seem often to have become rather seedy and overpriced. Now we opt for these faceless chains of hotels which are at least clean and cheap. We considered having a meal there The restaurant looked decent, but the menu featured a picture of Chef Renard, a rather creepy looking cove: Norman Bates again? We decided to have a drink while making our minds up and repaired to the garden. Two white wines, please, waitress. Sorry, you can't have alcohol except with a meal. WHAT?? This is France in 2018 on a Saturday night, not Carmarthen on a wet Sunday circa 1954! No dice: no meal.We put a picnic together from bits and pieces we had in the car. Wine included! Breakfast was OK. Time was, the 'Continental' breakfast was coffee, rolls, butter and jam. Now there's lots more, cheese, meat, yogurts, fruit. And instead of 8 francs it costs €9.50. Mainly aimed at the Dutch and the Germans, no doubt. I was a bit worried about security. A footpath runs just beyond the hotel boundary's flimsy hedge. This path runs round a lake and is thronged with of joggers and dog-walkers. Burglar Guillaume would find it child's-play to be in and out of the grounds to do a bit of thieving either from room or car. I did find that a bit of a worry. I wouldn't praise or recommend the hotel particularly but neither would I warn against staying there. It is certainly quiet enough for a good night's sleep. And cheap.
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3.5/530 Reviews
Для нас этот отель стал транзитным на одну ночь. Начало был тяжелым - в прямом смысле слова: пришлось поднимать тяжелый чемодан на третий этаж!!! да еще и по узкой неудобной лестнице (( В отеле нет лифта, видимо поэтому он имеет 2*, хотя все остальное соответствует 3*. Номер приятный, чистый. Кровати удобные, белье чистое и хорошего качества. Ванная комната обычная, но также чистая и без следов плесени в душевой кабине. Есть полотенца и мыльные принадлежности. Мы приехали поздно вечером и нас без проблем расселили. Завтрак был приятным бонусом: полноценный "шведский стол" в ассортименте. Благодаря этому знакомство с отелем Adams завершилось на позитивной ноте.
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3.3/530 Reviews
Excellently located to explore the old centre of Metz, the hotel is small, friendly with pleasant is slightly dated rooms. Parking is almost on site though a bit tricky with luggage. Breakfast was very good; the staff were very friendly. Excellent value.
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4/531 Reviews
This hotel is super, comfortable beds great efficient staff and parking on site. On our way skiing it was a good stop over for us .The staff were attentive ,the breakfast was typically extensive for a Mercure. I dread the fact they are going to "funk up "this hotel with a tatty industrial make over a la 'parc des expositions' Mercure Reims DON'T SPOIL IT ACCOR PLEASE !!!
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4.4/530 Reviews
We stayed at Hotel La Citadelle for two nights of a 10-day driving tour from the UK around Europe. The staff were friendly, particularly the doorman who took pride in looking after our cars. For a mid-priced hotel, we were quite impressed with the size of our room and facilities. We had a fridge, safe, good wardrobe space, plenty of power points, the bed was large and comfortable and the air-conditioning worked well. The décor is a little dated, it felt a bit ‘1990s’ to me, but all was clean enough. The bathroom was a little frustrating, with a separate toilet and shower design that meant it was virtually impossible to shower without half the room getting wet. We did not try the hotel restaurant (but we did try ‘Caves St Clement’ nearby which was fantastic, probably the best meal of our trip) but the buffet breakfast was very good, with a decent selection and pleasant eating area. The hotel is in a good central location and overall although not the favourite of our trip, it was probably the best value for money and we enjoyed our stay at the hotel and in the picturesque town of Metz.
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1.2/532 Reviews
Prior to our stay, the only concerns we had were the distance of the hotel from the city centre and how easy it would be to see the main sights using public transport. In the event everything worked out fine although the hotel’s front desk could have been far more helpful when we asked for help. Given that this was a chain hotel we wrongly assumed that all the staff would speak good English. I don’t like to criticise because, at the end of the day, it’s our fault for not speaking better French. However, it is something for guests to bear in mind. The staff on the front desk struggled to understand some of what I was saying at check-in and the staff on duty in the restaurant spoke no English at all. However, in contrast, the breakfast waiter spoke good English. All in all, a very mixed picture. Once we’d parked up at the hotel and checked in, we wanted to use public transport to get to the city centre rather than trying to drive there. I really needed some help and advice but the lady I spoke to on the reception desk was less than helpful and appeared disinterested. She vaguely pointed in the direction of a nearby bus-stop but she didn't provide a map and I soon gave up trying to get any practical information out of her. This was very disappointing especially as I was the only guest queueing at the desk. In the end I turned to the “Moovit” app I had previously installed on my smart phone a year or so before. I’d been very impressed by it in Berlin and it proved to be equally good in Metz (although ahead of time I wasn't sure it would work in Metz). If you want to get the bus into the city centre it makes everything so easy. Once I’d entered the city centre as a destination, it provided simple step by step guidance as to how to get there. A map showed the walking route to the bus stop (about 2 minutes from the hotel) and which number bus to wait for. A timer counted down the expected arrival time of the bus. We purchased a group ticket from the machine at the bus stop. It cost 8 euros for one day's unlimited use of the bus for a group of up to 5 people. We boarded the bus and validated the ticket using the little machine on-board. Don’t forget to do this as the you’ll get fined if you don’t validate it! The lady on the hotel reception desk didn’t mention any of this. “Moovit” then showed us a map of the bus route and a list of all the stops en-route. As we progressed along, “Moovit” ticked off the stops so we could see exactly where we were at any point and it was easy to get off at the right stop. If you want to use public transport then there’s really nothing to be worried about. The Metz bus system is certainly very slick and efficient with frequent buses. Once on the bus, it took around 16 minutes to get to the city centre. The return journey was equally as easy. Metz has a lovely feel to it, combining a mix of old and new, and we spent a very pleasant afternoon wandering around the sites. One of our party had an onion allergy
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4/530 Reviews
Located next to the train station, the room is small and pitiful, it is a bit reluctant to live alone. The breakfast was good. Parking is extremely inconvenient. You have to grab a seat on the road and drive away before 9 o'clock in the morning, otherwise there will be a brother to post the list.
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3.9/530 Reviews
Outside, the hotel is just another old town building. As it is situated by the railway station, we really did not expect a good night's sleep. But it was quite pleasant in the end. The lobby is not very big and the elevator is a miniature one. The room was not very spacious, but well furnished and we did not really miss anything. The balcony was questionable, small, somewhat uncertain-looking, beat up, but there were flowers in the pot adorning it. And it enabled a wonderful view of the old tower, one of the characteristic sights of Metz, standing very close to the hotel. The bathroom was very comfortable. Traffic was quite heavy under our balcony and window. Although the windows were shaped in an old-fashioned way, really beautiful, they must have been glazed recently, because they kept out all the noise of the traffic. The room was air-conditioned (and the air-conditioning really worked!). We only had breakfast at the hotel and it was really good, with plenty of choice. As this is not really true of all French hotels, I was quite pleased with this one.
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1.7/532 Reviews
Driving up from Italy this was just a place to rest my head and so I had no real expectations. However it certainly exceeded these. Firstly the car park has an extremely secure looking automatic gating, which is much more than you usually get. Reception is similar to a premier inn level back home again more than the usual budget options here. Lift to all floors. Room was clean, sheets were clean, no grotty carpets. Shower pod clean although drain was a bit stinky. The only downside was the thin walls so you can hear everyone’s toilet flushes and showers nearby. Located just across the street from a supermarket and easy access back onto the motorway with an easy 3.5hrs up to the tunnel for a morning crossing - can’t complain.
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4.1/530 Reviews
As others have said, this is modern but basic, no effort at all to make it look attractive or welcoming. I think in winter it's a student residence that is then rented to tourists when the students are away. We chose it because of its central location and indoor parking. We had studio 705 (see photo) which is a corner room on the top (7th) floor with windows on 2 sides, balcony and a decent view including the cathedral. I haven't seen the other rooms but this was probably a good one because of its view and balcony. Bathroom was quite big relative to the size of the room. The room was generally clean but there was dust on the skirting boards and crumbs in the fridge. I also didn't particularly like the various smells in the building. If I was again in the area I would look at other places first. Having said that, it's good value so I wouldn't necessarily rule it out.
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3.8/519 Reviews
3 star is pushing it, single bed room, very small, just the bed and toilet shower ...staff at checking my nice, the room was clean. Not much else to add, parking in the street, a decent enough location
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3.6/530 Reviews
My family and I stayed there for 1 night when driving through France and had 2 rooms One of the rooms smelled a lot and the bathroom was even worse so we shared the one in the other room. We didn’t tell the staff so that’s on us. Though I can’t see how they couldn’t have noticed Easy check in and check out Good breakfast
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