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Pool Table, Ping-Pong, Hiking, Cycling, Game Room
Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free! Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Vending Machine (drinks), Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
Italian, French, English
12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 5 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 13 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
There is no capacity for cribs in the room.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
Cards accepted at this property
Auberge De Jeunesse accepts these cards and reserves the right to pre-authorize your card prior to arrival.
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Appart'City Orléans has studios and apartments with kitchen facilities that are located at the center of Orléans, just under half a mile from the train station.
Score from 1189 reviews Good
Set in a beautiful district of Orléans, the Séjour et Affaires Jeanne d’Arc apartment-style hotel enjoys a unique location right in the midst the historic part of the city.
Score from 472 reviews Good
A historic city. At the junction of both highways A71 and A71, not far from the exit n°1 Orléans-Centre, the hotel is the perfect base to discover the town of Joan of Arc (Jeanne d’Arc) and the many...
Score from 400 reviews Good
The ibis Budget Orléans Sud is in Orléans, just half a mile from The Orléans Zenith and Zenith Tram Stop. Guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi access and free private parking on site.
Score from 443 reviews Good
a very good service for the price we paid,kind people and comfortable bed,good breakfast
there aren't any towels but I think it's normal in a auberge de jeunesse,just to let you know
the price is very expensive for this area and service
The kids loved the fact that it was in a soccer stadium, there was parking, and it was cheap.
The 'walls' in between rooms are some kind of cardboard that don't even reach the ceiling, so everyone heard every single thing. It was no fun trying to keep our kids completely quiet and not moving after they had been on the car all day.
Being in a stadium Ample parking Excellent WIFI Breakfast Helpfull staff.
Being blocked in, in the carpark by a football player. Club staff weer very helpful in finding the player who was in a training session.
Good choice for budget.
Big hole in toilet door.
Big rooms, clean, cheap.
Staff were friendly and helpful. Breakfast good
Building dated and in poor state of repair. Access via stairs. Bike lock up was away from building in an old porta cabin. Shops and restaurants in local area limited at best
Breakfast was very good albeit in a factory style canteen Bed was comfortable. Bed linen was supplied although we had to make up the beds.
The main objection was the ablution and toilet facilities. Firstly they were shared with an adjacent room through separate doors. This severely restricted access. I would not have used the shower had I been the sole user. The toilet resembled something in the back yard of a pub in the 1950s. There were 46 steps to get to the accommodation level. We had to negotiate our way past a number of what I assume to be local children who were larking around, smoking and making quite a degree of noise, Bearing in mind that my wife suffers from lung cancer and has breathing difficulties, suffers from a hip problem it would have been nice to have been warned of these severe drawbacks. Please bear in mind that both of us are well into our seventies and and it was all my wife could cope with to get herself up and down then the steps. Taking into account that we had to go out for a meal in the evening my wife had to traverse the steps no less than four times whilst I had to go each way eight times. I should like to point out that it was less than four weeks since I had undergone heart surgery.
Like in old time when i was student...
Cheap basic accommodation good breakfast friendly staff. Tram station nearby therefore easy access to city.
The only thing we liked is that you actually live on the football stadium - its kind of romantic...
The main thing you should understand before booking it is that it is NOT a hostel it is just a rooms for sportsman to rest while their training, in the outskirts of Orleans near the local football stadium. It’ll take you about 40 minutes to get there from the railway station, and also about a half of this time to find this place and to believe that it is the place you were actually looking for. All comforts is like you’ll expect for the sportsmen’s dorms: plain metal beds, plain lockers. Toilet and bathroom are shared with the neighbors, and (as for me its just terrible, but maybe someone ‘ll like it, “It’s Sparta, baby!” ha-ha) shared bathroom without doors - wanna get a shower - ok, but all your friends and neighbors can watch you. Actually for this cost you can find some small hotel in the center of Orleans.
Great hostel and value for money. Shared toilet and shower were no issue to us. Worked out for us very well.
A bit difficult to find the main entrance as it is in a football stadium on a university campus.
I felt like in an asylum with rubber matrasses and a rubber floor. Absolutely no appealing atmospheare.
smelly; grubby; unpleasant atmosphere
It being in a football stadium, very good breakfast including surprisingly good coffee
Being locked out of the hostel. The lemon tea out of the machine
The staff was really incredibly accommodating. I was coming into town for a new job, and Christel, who was working at the desk, not only gave me advice as to where i might look for an apartment, but she then set me up closer to the centre-ville so i could look more easily. the other staff were also very attentive and kind.
The bathroom shared both by men and women guests was perfectly clean, but the shower area was very small, without any obscuring barrier or hooks to hang things on. Because of this, it was impossible to take a shower without potentially exposing oneself to the opposite sex, and also water from the shower could get on your clothes. If they remedied this issue, the facility would've been an A+ from this traveler's perspective. Though the facilities were clean and accommodating, the hostel was a bit difficult to find if you didn't know you were looking for a place situated INSIDE a sports complex. That being said, once found, it was relatively easy to navigate through a very pretty wooded campus area to the nearby tram and bus.
Rooms were clean, functional and breakfast overlooking Orleans football stadium was something a bit different. Price was same as motels but it included breakfast, shame you had to make the beds and towels not provided.
Arrived late, in the dark, none of the security gates or the Auberge were locked and it felt very unsafe. It probably wasn't but we were worried about the car in the car park as we had all our camping gear in it. Booked twin and double room and were given two rooms each with 2 bunk beds. Pillows were lumpy, mattresses looked a bit dirty (you make your own bed so you can see the mattress) and no towels provided.
Plenty of space in the room. Useful to have connecting door with children's room. Good breakfast.
Expensive as this is low budget style accommodation. No good restaurants nearby. Parking was difficult. Other residents were noisy and did not allow us to sleep.
My boys loved the fact it was within a football stadium and that it had table tennis and table football free on site.
The shared bathroom. We didn't know it was shared until somebody was taking a shower. We had left all our belongings on there and left the door open so our children could get to the bathroom through the night.
- Old and dirty rooms, doors damaged - No private bathroom (not mentioned on site), no towels - Broken shower - Fence and doors not closen at night - Kitchen/Breakfast room closed before opening hours (7.15h)
Good clean linen. Compact but tidy rooms
Not much. The fact that it was situated in a soccer-stadium was nice.
The maintenance was very poor. The painting fell off the walls, the ceiling was falling appart. The most we did not like was that the bathroom was shared with the neighboors and that they could not be locked out when using the bathroom.(When showering they could just walk in)
Quite simple, small breakfast, but clean comfortable and friendly staff
The facilities. As an example the bathroom was shared between 2 rooms and the isolation was very poor. It was hard to sleep at night I agree it was an Auberge but was offered by booking.com as a "normal" hotel. I found it expansive for the offered comfort
Great cheap stopover on route through France including Breakfast .
Ok but we needed a cot for the baby x
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