ibis Paris Bastille Opera 11ème bintang 3
Catatan tamu Avis (Peringkat ALL) 4.3/5 2.604 ulasan
15 rue Breguet
BUS: 86,87 BASTILLE
BUSES: 20,29,65,69,76 BASTILLE
BALARD-CRETEIL PREFECTURE: 8 BASTILLE
LA DEFENSE CHATEAU DE VINCENNES: 1 BASTILLE
MAIRIE DE MONTREUIL/PONT SEVRE: 9 VOLTAIRE
PLACE D'ITALIE-BOBIGNY P.PICASSO: 5 BREGUET-SABIN
RER: RER A-D GARE DE LYON
RER FROM AEROPORTS CH DE GAULLE: B GARE DU NORD
PARIS ORLY Pada 30km / 18 mil
PARIS ROISSY CDG Pada 35km / 21 mil
PORTE D'ORLEANS Pada 8km / 5 mil
PORTE DE BERCY Pada 5km / 3 mil
PORTE DE VINCENNES Pada 6km / 3 mil
BASTILLE Pada 0km / 0 mil
BREGUET-SABIN Pada 0km / 0 mil
GARE DE L´EST Pada 4km / 2 mil
GARE DU NORD Pada 3km / 2 mil
PARIS AUSTERLITZ Pada 2km / 1 mil
PARIS GARE DE LYON Pada 1km / 0 mil
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An unexpected gem; will definitely use this hotel again.
Catatan Tripadvisor 4.0/5
DunkBob B Ulasan TripAdvisor tersertifikasi
We recently stayed at the Ibis Opera Bastille, 21/07 to 25/07. I have to say, it was a really pleasant surprise. The rooms are small, as are the bathrooms, but it's all you need from a city centre hotel. I would just note though, that our friend was doing her hand washing in the bathrooms, and it really is too small for that (though the hotel does have an ironing room on floor 4!). We stayed in the middle of a heatwave (which was also the finale to the Tour de France) and the aircon was pretty decent. Our aircon leaked really badly on day 3, and even though we were told it was fixed, it wasn’t. This was annoying, especially having to move at 9pm at the end of a LONG hot day sightseeing, but to be honest, they did move us, and they did it quickly. If only they had actually fixed it, or moved us, in the morning! We had B&B, and the breakfast was really decent, and I would recommend this option for the value, and ease of planning your days: fresh fruit, yoghurts, pastries, preserves, meats and cheeses; your basic continental. Tea / coffee and juices came from machines. During the weekend mornings, it got SUPER busy, and this impacted on availability of clean tables, as well as clean cutlery / glassware etc. I know every hospitality venue is struggling with staff post Covid, but it was, on one morning, quite bad. But out of peak days, no issues at all. The hotel is in a fantastic location, on the 5 line (orange), and you have 2 stops both literally 5 minutes walk: either Richard Lenoir, or Breguet Sabin. You can easily get from the airport on the RER 2 line (blue) changing at Gard do Nord. The whole journey takes around 60-90 minutes. For tourists, get either a 3 day or 5 day pass from the machines at the airport train station for all zones. This will get you from the airport into town, then all around town on the Metro (or the bus, or the train), and out the other side to Versailles if you wanted… The immediate locale to the hotel is full of little restaurants and bars. It’s really typically Parisian. On the Saturday morning, there is a proper open air market selling EVERYTHING. There are boulangeries, and patisseries, and in lots of the cafés, lots of local were sat out having their breakfast or a coffee or their dinner them; always a good sign! There is an amazing Carre Four nearby, with all manner of things that Parisians clearly just take for granted, but most other people would think a bit ritzy (I love looking in other countries supermarkets, and am usually disappointed…). It’s a short walk then down to the Place de Revolution (where the Bastille once stood) and the river, and then you could walk along the river into the city centre. Or get the Metro… So in terms of location, value and amenities, we deffo will return and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend. TIP: Get the travel pass. If this is your first time to Paris, be aware: keep that little metro pass safe AND the receipt. Its really annoying that it’s a paper ticket, and small, but there is an electronic record of your purchase (my partner had to change his) so that makes life easier.
Catatan Tripadvisor 5.0/5
3karinl Friends getaway - Ulasan TripAdvisor tersertifikasi
This hotel has fantastic staff that does the little extra for you. Nice clean rooms and lovely breakfast. Really well made cocktails in the bar. If I go to Paris again I will definitely book this hotel.
Nice and Simple
Catatan Tripadvisor 4.0/5
Chloe F Couples - Ulasan TripAdvisor tersertifikasi
Really nice hotel full decorated with hundreds of house plants. Very cosy feeling. When we arrived we were checked in quickly and had to pay around 11 euros tax for 3 nights. We stayed in room 304 next to the lift but it was very quiet and there was no disturbance from the lift. The room itself was small and simple but had everything you’d need. 2 single beds pushed together but with separate duvet covers. A few hangers in an open wardrobe. A chair and desk. A TV with Chromecast built in so you can watch Netflix/YouTube etc. There was lots of mirrors and plug sockets. The bathroom was again small but fine, with a toilet, sink, shower and hairdryer. The shower leaked a lot so we asked for more towels to put on the floor and they gave us 2 extras which was fine. The hairdryer was powerful enough for my long, thick hair so no need to take your own. The beds and pillows were extremely comfortable, more than my own bed at home and definitely the best in any hotel I’ve ever stayed in. The beds were made up every day and the room was always clean. The air con worked well and kept the room nice and cold. The only issue I found was that there was no blinds on the window. This was a bit of an issue on the weekdays because our room was opposite an office block so we couldn’t open the curtains for light without being seen. We paid for breakfast in our holiday package and paid £3 per person, per day. The breakfast was a buffet style with crepes, croissants, pain au chocolats, madeleines, cheese, ham, toast, cereal, coffee, tea, orange juice, apple juice etc. The hotel has a supermarket next door and lots of nice cafes and restaurants near by. There is a pizza restaurant across the road where the margarita was about 10 euros and very nice. It was much cheaper to eat around the hotel than in some other, more touristy Arrondissements. There was a huge market on Sunday morning a few minutes walk from the hotel which I would recommend, half food half clothes and other items. There is a few metro links within 5 minutes walk of the hotel, Bastille being the biggest with the most links. Overall I would pick an Ibis again to stay in, especially if it had been updated recently.
Well positioned, well served
Catatan Tripadvisor 4.0/5
A2671XMphil Ulasan TripAdvisor tersertifikasi
Excellent location close to the Gare de Lyon and Bastille, surprisingly quiet. Friendly and helpful staff, good value for money, excellent breakfast, reasonable restaurant. Bathroom better suited to small guests :-)
A modern ibis
Catatan Tripadvisor 4.0/5
Ashlea E Ulasan TripAdvisor tersertifikasi
A nice modern ibis. The hotel room is basic but comfy and modern. The rooms aren't overly big, I was happy I got a deal I wouldn't have been happy to pay 200 euros a night though as advertised. The hotel lobby looks nice the area around the hotel is lovely a little far from the centre but about a 30 min walk from the Notre Dam. The biggest thing that let this hotel down was the lockers, they charge you 4 euros to store your luggage. I have not had this at any other ibis I have stayed in.
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