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Central Hotel Paris
1Bis Rue Du Maine, 14th arr. - Montparnasse, 75014 Paris – Show map – Subway access
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Food & Drink
Breakfast in the Room
Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
No parking available.
24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Baggage Storage, Fax/Photocopying
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Soundproof Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
From 3:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years are charged EUR 15 per person per night in a crib.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 25 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
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.
Cards accepted at this property
Central Hotel Paris accepts these cards and reserves the right to pre-authorize your card prior to arrival.
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No Air conditioner
Good position, in the neighborhood of Gare Montparnasse (train, metro, bus) and AirFrance bus station for Airports
We stayed 2+1 nights, the last night is supposed to be a superior double room. They updgraded us for the whole 3 nights, for free. Very helpful and polite personnel. The superior room was big enough (knowing the normal hotel sizes in Paris). New nice bathroom, the room with a nice view to Montparnasse.
No minibar (no fridge), the WIFI was no so strong on the 5th floor.
Spent little time at the hotel. 24 hour desk staff very firendly. Nice intermediate Restaurants close by. Velib bikes (20 Min to e.g. Quartier Latin) very close.
very near to the Montparnasse station just two-minite walk and neighborhood is safe with many restaurants. the triple room I booked is clean.
Located about 3 blocks from train station and Air France buses to airports. Staff was helpful and knowledgeable in both French and English. Restaurants are next door and nearby.
Our 3rd floor window opened onto the street which remained somewhat noisy until after the restaurants closed at 2am.
an old guy is very nice to show me how to get the address where I want to go
there was a problem with the room card and it was only after 24 h when they thought about giving me a new card!
1. Close to Gare Montparnasse
1. Too expensive, even taking into consideration the proximity from the station 2. Poor breakfast. Bread, yogurt, cereal, the end. 3. Poor wi-fi connectivity. Speed much too slow, often times disconnecting.
Close to Gare Montparnasse but in quiet square.
Wifi was excellent The evening shift Front office Manager was courteous and very helpful
The room was really small. the bed was not very comfortable
Desk attendant helped me with my luggage upon arrival. Bathroom nice and clean and the room was quiet. Close to train/metro station.
No drawer space for putting away clothes and very small space for hanging clothes. Wifi fairly unstable. Breakfast very disappointing. Will not choose to stay there again.
The room had paper thin walls, I could hear everything from the room next door. The wi-fi only worked sporadically. Rooms are basic, and not at all like in the pictures.
Poor internet connection
You may go further so!
Charged twice upon check out which resulted in twice the amount of debit card charges. Took several days before they finally refunded me, but not the debit card charges. In the mean time they didnt respond to emails.
Great deal for the prize
Safe,quiet,neighborhood. Convenient to subway and restaurants.
Great location. Close to Gare du Montparnasse.
Walls were thin
While I spoke some French it was clear the relevant staff person on Tuesday evening, June 10th did not care for anyone who would not speak French.He totally ignored my question whether he spoke some English. The point was not that he did not speak English, I do not expect that necessarily. The point was rather that he clearly indicated his disdain for anyone who was not fluent in French. A Spanish lady who clearly asked for her key in reasonable French and indicated the number with her hands, was ignored altogether. She had to repeat her request several times and was then corrected on her pronunciation. The strike (trains and taxis was on) and when asked for advice the clerk was very unhelpful. I went to gare Montparnasse info center to get better advice. In short, unless you speak fluent French or do not mind being treated with disdain, skip the hotel. I have been to France for 30 years and have had many, many good experiences. This was an exception. Luckily there are literally hundreds of alternatives with French staff that do appreciate your business and who are warm and welcoming.
Great location and big room
Not spotless but clean enough
Clean and quiet. One of the staff members was very very nice and helpful.
Don't stay here if you expect to get wifi - it was either so slow it wasn't worth it or it didn't work at all. The breakfast wasn't worth 2 euro let alone 8 - it was all sugar and not even any fresh fruit. The bathroom was very small - you couldn't sit on the toilet without your knees hitting the wall in front of you.
The staff was very friendly, most receptionists spoke reasonable English (except one gentlemen on the night shift, but it wasn't a problem). The room was reasonably comfortable, although quite small. The bathroom was good. The location was good as well, very close to the Montparnasse metro station that has 4 metro lines, and also very close to 3 other smaller stations (in case you want to avoid spending too much time in tunnels in the Montparnasse station). Nice "crêperies" close by, as well as cafés and bistros (try Cafe Milou for lunch, right outside and to the left). It's a bit far to visit the land sites on foot, though, we ended up using the metro almost every time.
The security seemed a bit lax to us. They asked you to leave the keys at the reception when leaving, and when you got back you just had to give the receptionist your room number and he would give you the key. Only once did the receptionist ask for my name and check the guest list to make sure I was indeed staying at the hotel. We felt a bit insecure with this procedure. There's no standard way to say "do not disturb" when you leave the room if you don't want it cleaned. The hotel doesn't use those usual do-not-disturb hangers on doorknobs, instead there's a button on the inside of the door that you can activate that signals the maids to keep out, but the signal goes off as soon as you leave your room. If you don't want your room cleaned, you have to ask the receptionist, but I've read reviews here that such requests are not always honored. We for one do not like to have people entering our room whatsoever, so that was a nuisance. Also, a maid once disturbed us even though the do-not-disturb button was on. The wifi signal was precarious at best, working only at the reception. The room was very small and had poor facilities -- pretty much just a TV, towel heater and hair drier. A refrigerator would have been nice, but I guess it's Paris... All in all, not the perfect experience, but nice enough, and it fitted in our budget (which is quite an issue in Paris). We would return, but not necessarily recommend.
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