chambres trop petites absolument pas insonorisées. Les voisins de chambre s'entendent !Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Ibis Rueil, Paris tout proche"
personnel accueillant, très bon rapport qualité-prix, si l'occasion se présente, nous y reviendronsGenuine Expedia guest review
"Ibis Rueil Malmason"
Hôtel tout était très bien, dommage que ce soit les clients qui ne se respectent pas, plusieurs personnes sont rentrés ds la nuit d'une soirée qui semblait bien arrosée et qui parlent très fort devant l'ascenseur donc devant notre chambre. Peut-être demander au gardien de rappeler les règles aux personnes qui rentrent tard.Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Value for Money"
03/31/14 Demitri M London, United Kingdom
Value for money is questionable. While the rooms and staff are good it is expensive for what you cna get at other hotels. It is outside of central Paris and you would expect it to be cheaper... but it isn't!
01/29/14 guillermo k
The place is OK for a business travel. Rooms small but clean. The intente is free but works horrible, every 5 minutes is disconnected and for a new log in you have to fill a formulary. The breakfast is ok, but cost 8€. Another "strange" thing is that they don't give even shampoo, just a soap in bar. So you need to bring your own shampoo and you know the problem that that means when you travel by plain. The rest is ok.
"Decent hotel, bit pricey for an Ibis"
11/18/13 GekkePrutser Galway, Ireland
This hotel is a typical Ibis, basic but clean and functional. I was surprised how expensive it was, so far from the Paris city center. Rueil is a nice little town however, and it was near enough to the office. My room was at the back, overlooking a small courtyard. This was great because it allowed me to keep the window open without any noise, be aware the hotel has no airconditioning (or at least it wasn't functioning when I was there) and it gets hot there in summer. The WiFi was very slow (with the option to pay a premium for more speed), not really usable. The bathroom was small, though I've seen smaller ones. Otherwise very basic but that is the Ibis brand, and I don't need much. The one thing that bothered me was that it was priced like a big brand hotel. I paid around 140 euro a night and that's really too much for this kind of hotel. In Dublin I often stay at the Ibis for 46 euro and their rooms are twice the size. I know it's in Paris but it's in a small suburb far from the city centre. In that sense I don't think the value proposition is very good.
"Far from city but economical - jetprivilege 143718481"
We took a double sharing room. Room was comfortable with nice attached bath, all amenities like fresh towels, toiletries, and a hair dryer. Pros - was very economical (Rs. 1800 per person per night in August'13), clean and comfortable. Cons - its on the outskirts of Paris and hence completely away from the city center. Have to walk 10-15 mins to the station and from there its approx 30 min ride into the city with trains every 20-25 mins or so. The distance also means that there is limited transport late at night and we needed to be mindful of catching the last metro out; Breakfast rate not inclusive. They do have a basic breakfast which can be purchased and also boxed meals, but not worth it, and there is nothing much around for a quick bite either except one diner down the road. So we ended up picking breakfast from the railway station.
"Only if you need to be in the area for a night."
06/11/13 Windsurfer147 London, United Kingdom
This hotel is the typical small cheap french hotel near a business district. Price is good during the week end but far too expensive during the week for what you get. We were on the 5th floor in a small room of 10+sqm. Decoration is ugly or I should i say non existent. Zero facility in the room (no iron board - you have to go to a room by the reception, no tea/coffee, Soaps are fixed by the sink or in the shower to avoid giving out small bottles, free wifi at slow speed only...) bathroom and room were clean which is the least i expect visiting a hotel chain.the bed was very average. Next time I will go to the novotel by the RER station which seems to be far better for 10-20 euro more.
"Too Price during weekday $192 night and lack amenity"
04/04/13 Nathan116 Texas City, Texas, USA
I booked for 5 nights and checked out 2nd night. It cost Euro 138 per night where they don’t give Iron Box or not even fresh coffee free. French guys should learn how US hotels treat the business guest.
"So convenient for a solo visit"
03/22/13 aminu-kano Kano, Nigeria
Checked into this hotel on a solo visit to Paris. The hotel offers good value for money with very clean rooms and comfortable bed for a restful sleep. If you are in Paris for a solo visit and mindful of your expenses, try this hotel for value.
"30 minutes to check in and towels like paper"
Waiting over 30 minutes to check in with no apology was unbelievable. The room was small and functional (very!) with a plastic chair. It was noisy in the morning outside. However it was very clean and the bed was comfortable.
"Comfortable and well priced"
10/11/12 Munich16 Bristol, United Kingdom
We found the hotel very clean and the staff friendly. Breakfast was more than adequate. The room was clean and tidy but was very small for two people. We travel to Rueil every year and would choose this hotel again.
"Nice place with friendly staff"
09/27/12 vsag213 New Delhi, India
I stayed there for more than one week. The staff is very friendly and very nice although the rooms are small but very clean. Very close to city center and many eateries. The staff made me their friends. The place is also very near to RER also.
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