Hotels Near Tricotin In Paris

5/5Perfect2 Reviews
0.27km from Tricotin
It's been a while since I stayed here for the first time, in that occasion everything was really nice so I decided to come back and repeat the experience, I have found some new staff in the reception, they're all nice as always, now that is hot is a placer have air conditioning in the rooms, so I I'll come back some other day. P.D: the coffee is really good and they offer it to you for free in the afternoon.
4.4/5Excellent7 Reviews
0.53km from Tricotin
Overall, the price/performance ratio is still very high. There are many nuts and nuts. It is only 10% of the people who have breakfast every day. If breakfast is not resistant to bread, milk and coffee, then congratulations, this breakfast is very suitable for you. There are 3 episodes for staying: 1. If you arrive at 10:00, you can check in after 12 o'clock, even if you have a room, you need to charge an additional check-in fee. Remember that it is 35 Euros. Decisively put down the box and go shopping. 2. There is a repair tool in the first room of the check-in arrangement, as shown in Figure 1 3. Changed a room, the TV screen was scratched, and communicated with the front desk again, just saying that don't yell at me when checking out. Finally, I talked about the daily cleaning, and I forgot to put the floor towel on the floor (the glass is only half of the glass, it will splash on the floor), and I don’t want to put mineral water every day. I hope it can be improved continuously.
3.9/520 Reviews
0.63km from Tricotin
I chose this ibis style hotel. I think that the Shangpin series has good value for money and comfort. The second is to see the guest reviews. However, this store is at a lower level in the same hotel. The room equipment is old, the decoration is relatively simple, just in time to catch up with the hotel to replace the carpet, the corridor is full of cement exposed. The window of the room was facing the street, and the small white curtain covering the window suddenly fell down one morning. The plastic strip fixed at the top just hit the head, but it was very light. When staying at the ibis Styles hotel in France, the store often provides a bottle of mineral water per person per day in the room, which is only available on the first day of check-in. There is nothing to choose from for breakfast, except for freshly squeezed orange juice. The subway station in the hotel is still close, and it is convenient to travel. The location is near the porte d'ivry Chinatown in the 13th district. It turns out that Chinatown has improved its environment in recent years. It may be convenient to eat some Chinese food here to buy something. However, when I actually lived, I found that the surrounding environment was still dirty. Some of the comments said that it was because of the small Paris side. In fact, it was not important to get to the side. The key point is that the area is not good enough. The so-called Chinese cities in the 13th district are all old-age Chinese immigrants from Southeast Asia. There are no authentic Chinese restaurants. The so-called Chinese food is difficult to swallow. Chinese supermarkets also have no decent domestic products. In short, the 13th district is still ok in the Italian square, and it is worse here. The front desk staff of the hotel is generally serviced, dealing with affairs is slow, and often has to wait in line.
3.3/55 Reviews
0.65km from Tricotin
From the price comparison should be a better choice, leaving our group to focus on the entrance to the McDonald's in the 13th district of Italy, about 600 meters is very convenient. The size of the room can be bigger than we think, the breakfast can be full, there is no elevator, the stairs are steep, we have arranged for foreign travel for more than a month, the luggage is a bit more difficult to get on the stairs, and the stairs are a bit nervous. Older travelers are advised not to order.
5/5Perfect4 Reviews
0.74km from Tricotin
The name gives away the concept of the hotel: urban bivouac. As a consequence, the rooms feature lots of wood, to give you this upscale camping feeling. There is nothing from with the Hotel Urban Bivouac as a hotel for a weekend in Paris. It is located close to a metro station (Olympiade), clean, modern, friendly staff, fast and easy internet. It is more that you can probably find better for your Paris stay: the area is a bit remote from everything, neighborhood is a bit too local, there is only a small number of bars / restaurants in the immediate vicinity, the rooms are really small, the hotel could have invested in a welcoming and cosy lobby instead of a bagel place as their in-house cafe. Some people have commented on the noise. This comes from the busy street (Rue de Tolbiac) with its cars, buses, and garbage trucks. The killer argument for this hotel is price-value. Finding a clean and modern place in Paris for less than EUR 90 / night is not an easy task. If you are on a budget, this is a smart choice.
3/51 Reviews
0.75km from Tricotin
The locatiotion is good and the size of The room. Personally I liked the service too. There is a breakfast room and coffee service. - The smell of tobac in my room. The was no elevator but I could carry mun luggage to my room. It is OK If you get a nice price but if you are looking for a beautiful hotel experience I would say to think twice. This part of Paris is Chinatown and when I was here in February first I saw a dragonfly and young acrobats making noice and trics. In this part of Paris you often find cheaper rooms even for same night. In my room was a television and own shower too. I would not say it was really clean but I have seen worse.
4.6/5Outstanding5 Reviews
0.87km from Tricotin
We were very pleased with this Hotel in the heart of Paris’ 13th arrondissement, also known as the Asian Quarter. Very positive points The standard rooms are elegant, pleasant and quiet (a rare occurrence in central Paris), with a comfortable bed. The hotel is spotless and new toiletries most (but not all) days The staff are very efficient and friendly. At various times we asked for stamps, envelopes, a scissors, newspaper and taxi reservation – all these were delivered in an understated manner. All of the rooms have flat-screen TV & free WiFi internet. A typical French breakfast is offered; however we ran out of some of the meats when we came down later one morning The Olympiades (ligne 14) & Nationale (ligne 6) metro stations are at a short distance. A few less positive points Regulation of the air-con is tricky – we went from a very pleasant 18 degrees to an uncomfortable while trying to regulate it – luckily, we managed to reverse the situation. Overall we are hesitant to publicise this discovery but plan to return
5/5Perfect1 Reviews
0.93km from Tricotin
I stayed to attend an event at le Parc des Expositions, for which it was perfectly located at a 20 min walk away. You would therefore think, at that location, they would cater for international guests, but the level of English speaking was the worst I have come across in my extensive travels across Europe, Africa, Asia and Middle East. They said to call on arrival at the airport for a car. They leave to get you when you call, rather than be there waiting for your arrival. The instructions I got when I called was to go to ‘Departures, gate 12’ which obviously makes no sense, and they just repeated the same instruction over & over when I requested clarification. What they mean is Exit 12, near departures. Big difference.... The room was over furnished with one single and one double bed so there was no floor room at all and barely room to sit at the very small desk. On the plus side, the bed was comfortable, the daily clean very good, the shower excellent. The bathroom was clean and good, and the room was quiet and warm with a kettle and tea & coffee. There were three beds, but only three trouser hangers (1 broken) and three regular hangers in the tiny wardrobe space. The restaurant offers a buffet including some suspect items obviously left over from the day before, and a very limited menu. The buffet breakfast was adequate. The hotel has the facilities and feel of a slightly above average budget hotel, but at far above a budget price. For my next trips I have found hotels in the city centre that look nicer, with better facilities, for less money, likewise near the exhibition centre. I won’t be staying here again.
4/5Very Good2 Reviews
0.98km from Tricotin
I had read many reports on the Ambre and some were fair, many ridiculous. We are well travelled lived in the USA, been to various Caribbean islands, New Zealand, Kauai, etc. It’s true the Ambre is not perfect, but it’s still very good. We were extremely well looked after by host of wonderful people and everyone is helpful, happy and polite. We The Italian Dolce Vita restaurant as we felt it was too hot and service not great, that was however made up for by the buffet at Indigo which had a different theme every night with fantastic food esp the fish and many different curries. We had Marlin cooked in front of us with steaks from a huge whole fish caught locally. Plentiful wine is served at the table. Special thanks to Kerslie,, Kamlish, Rati and Gerrish. Our room was excellent and thank you to Ram for cleaning and adding beautiful flowered every day. The beach is one of the best in Mauritius. The pool is also lovely with a nice big bar area in the corner overlooking the turquoise sea. The hotel has a very wide range of nationalities staying, not dominated by any which is lovely. The highlight of our 2 week stay was the 5 island boat trip which Chris will sell you on the beach. We went private for my wife’s birthday and it was worth every penny. Many thanks to Kenny who drove the speedboat, gave us the tour, supplied us with rum and the guys who did a wonderful lunch of lobster etc on the beach of course. They pack a huge amount in and it’s truly a brilliant day.
4.3/5Excellent12 Reviews
0.99km from Tricotin
Cons: Terrible WIFI! Really annoying in an Ibis. Had to use my phone data the whole weekend. Room (710) is tiny but not a big deal if you have a minor amount of luggage like we did. No hand towel in the bathroom. Also terrible shower design in that the glass partition is not long enough so floor tends to get wet. Pros: comfortable bed, sockets right by the bedside and curtains that blocked out the light pretty effectively. Great water pressure in the shower and a “save the towels for the environment” policy. Don’t mind the recycle toilet paper as part of that ethos. Quiet hotel as well. Neighborhood has great bakeries and small “sport” park nearby for a nice run- Kellerman. Easy access to local metros to get into centre in about 25 minutes.
4.3/5Excellent59 Reviews
1.07km from Tricotin
Hotel location is very good. Opposite is the business center, supermarkets and Paris spring department stores. Transportation is very convenient. Health is also very good. We only stayed for one night. Just when I left in the morning, the elevator broke down. After waiting for half an hour, I didn’t run. I lifted the box and went downstairs...
5/5Perfect1 Reviews
1.12km from Tricotin
I booked Hotel Verlaine by accident thinking it was Hotel Verlain - (with no “e” on the end) in another part of town. (Closed during August for vacation, too!) After two Uber rides and much embarrassment on my part we made it to this hotel where we were welcomed warmly by Elodie at the front desk. She was so friendly and gave us a brief overview of the hotel. We arrived way before check in but she had two available rooms to leave our luggage in. Both mornings when we came down she’d offer us coffee even though we weren’t eating breakfast there. In our rooms were bowls with apples! The price was great, the rooms clean, and the front desk (especially Eliodie) made you feel like you were staying at a friend’s house! She offered suggestions for a great local restaurant which we sadly weren’t able to take advantage of. The area around the hotel had great bakeries, restaurants, cafes and a grocery store and was close to the metro stop, Place D’Italy. *I think we found a new favorite hotel!!!!

Hotels Near Tricotin 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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