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63 rue Thiers, 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt, France – Show map
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24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Fax/Photocopying
Newspapers, Elevator, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are not allowed.
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Hotel Timhotel Boulogne Rives de Seine is located near the Roland Garros tennis stadium, just outside the center of Paris. It offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen satellite TV.
Score from 306 reviews Review score
The hotel is just outside Paris in Boulogne-Billancourt, near the La Défense business district and Roland-Garros. Its rooms are air-conditioned and have flat-screen satellite TV and free Wi-Fi.
Score from 201 reviews Good
This Marriott hotel has 4-star rooms featuring a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and tea and coffee facilities. Some of them have a balcony.
Score from 276 reviews Very good
Hotel de Paris offers air-conditioned accommodations in Boulogne-Billancourt, just outside of Paris. It has a bar, 24-hour front desk and free Wi-Fi.
Score from 115 reviews Good
The room was small but had everything we needed. Very clean bathroom. Everything was brand new.
no bad comments at all.
location, area, metro nearby
overpriced this time
excellent access to metro/RER,restaurant,supermarket
being charged for breakfast which we didn't have at all.
No air condition in rooms.
where to start??hard bed, room was as big as a pigeon coop. that wasn't the real problem as you get what you pay for. the problem was the scorching heat in the room and no means for making the room cooler. we asked the reception for a fan but they did not have any, recommending that we keep the windows open. we did, and we ended up being invaded by tiger mosquitoes. i woke up swatting mosquitoes at 5am as we both looked like we encountered chicken pox by the time the insects were done with us. ended up checking out after one night (had to pay total). only positives i can say are the front desk's help with directions and close proximity to the stadium. but surely more cons than pros
the hotel was really nice
the location and me and my friend were yelled at by the receptionist. It was the rudest thing I have ever experienced and will never tell anyone to ever stay here. He claimed we had not paid for our stay in full even after we had proved we had when we checked in. We showed proof with receipts and he continued yelling at us. He even punched his computer and we were scared he would harm us. We paid again and will be calling for a refund. It was the most insane experience I had ever had and ruined my experience.
no space to hang your clothes. room very small.
The staff were lovely and very helpful. The room, while tiny, was pleasant and clean -- minimalist! The en-suite was just the right size and spotless. The location worked well for the meeting I had come to Paris to attend. I would only stay there to come to this particular part of town.
It had been a hot, humid day, and the room was very close with no fan and no option to get some air in it. My room was on the 1st floor, and there was a balcony, so I did not want to open the window overnight. I had a cough, which didn't help, and tossed and turned for hours. The only other thing which could have been improved was the breakfast, which was a bit minimalist for 9 euros.
PROS Almost everyone who worked at the hotel went out of their way to make my stay a very positive and enjoyable experience, but that was TOTALLY UNDONE by the night clerk who didn't speak English well enough to check me out so that I could catch an early train, told me that I couldn't even have a cup of coffee before I left because "breakfast at 7.00" (and kept repeating the same phrase as though it was the only English phrase he knew), refused to even try to understand my request to bill the charges to the same credit card that was used to make the reservation, threatened to call the police because he couldn't understand what I was asking him to do, delayed me for 20 minutes, and would have kept me there even longer if I hadn't gotten my out my phone and recorded his obnoxious and recalcitrant behavior, left the lobby and started packing his car with the bed roll that he was apparently using to snooze on during the night, and then finally said he would charge the two night stay to the credit card that was used to make the reservation as I requested (something that every other hotel I've ever stayed at offers to do automatically.
Please refer to what I liked, and to my generally favorable rating above.
The hotel had been newly refurbished and a lot of thought has gone into making the best use of space in the rooms