We booked this hotel/apartment hoping for good value accomodation in an excellant location and we were not disappointed. The hotel is located in the middle of 2 metro stations.About 5 mins walk from each. Charles Michels which we used for getting to and from CDG airport and to the horse racing outside Paris and Dupleix metro station which we used for getting around the attractions in Paris. Although the area is very quiete, Around the hotel there are many supermarkets, bars, restaurants and bakeries and the Eiffel tower is only 10/15 mins walk away.
From check in we were happy with this hotel. Gregory on reception was excellent with us speaking excellent English vs our poor French.
The room was basic and could have done with a bit of paintwork in the bathroom but it was a decent size with everything we needed. The bed was more like a sofa bed, but was suprisingley very comfortable and an ideal place to crash out after a day out around Paris.
We would reccomend this hotel for people wanting good value accomodation in an excellent location
stopped here in a one bed studio apartment. the room was massive and well decked out and the kitchen facilities were above average had a full size bathroom with bath and his and hers sinks with a nice power shower. the apartment also has a massive balcony with views of the tower was very suprised. its central location and is close to the metro excellent place for a city stop and great value for money. they also serve breackfast and do meals too
Nice hotel. Decent sized rooms. Good bathroom. Great location, close to Charles Michels Metro station & Eiffel Tower is about a 15 min walk away. Staff were friendly and helpful. Would stay there again.
We just finished our 4 night stay at adagio access and here is my thoughts
Good location, very close to eiffel tower and close to a metro station. Being only 21, this was good for us and we mostly walked everywhere anyway.
I have no problem with self sustained apartments, however this is advertised as a hotel and it definitely is not a hotel, it's an apartment. Which means no cleaning and no requirements for any staff to be there. Whilst I'm happy with a self sustained, it was not what I booked. It should not be advertised as a hotel
Cleaning; BIG problem. The entire time of our stay (4 nights) we did not see a cleaner once! It wasn't so much we wanted our beds made and such but we wanted new toilet paper, rubbish taken out ext. we had to buy our own toilet paper in the end. By the 4th night I was happy to go because I was sick of the mess and I feel like I shouldn't have to sweep/ clean mirrors on my holiday
Beds; the beds are a pull out couch. At first I was angry but they are actually quite comfortable. The only issue is they are so squeaky and loud. You move a tiny bit an it squeaks profusely. To put it this way, if there was someone on the honeymoon in the hotel, every guest would know.
lack of staff in general; whilst this was not a problem for us as we have been to
Paris the year before and had few questions, i suggest if it is your first time go to a place with a proper reception. A lot of the one no one is at reception and there is no one to help with questions
Other small points; hot water was playing up one of the nights, lift is a bit old and worrying because it only holds 2 people and if it breaks down there's no one in the hotel to get you out lol
Overall for 2 21 years olds it was fine. We hardly stayed in the room, which was quite spacious with a balcony. However it is a self sustained apartment not a hotel ( whatever the website says). If you have questions, want new towels and toilet paper ( who doesn't?!) stay elsewhere