Hotel address2 avenue de la Raperie
95700 ROISSY EN FRANCE
How to reach the hotelGPS :N 49° 0' 24.24'' E 2° 31' 11.43''
Contact the hotel
- Tel. (+33)1/34293434
- Fax. (+33)1/34293419
Recently viewed hotels
ibis Styles Paris Roissy CDG - hotel reviews in Roissy En France
Hotel code: 0815
Accorhotels.com customer reviews in partnership with TripAdvisor
"Good but let down badly"
23rd November 2012, Adam_Buckland, Tonbridge, United Kingdom
Good hotel if colour scheme is to your liking.Nice meal, bar good...Going to sleep though, there is no control over the air conditioning which was set hot...Had to sleep with the window wide open in November without a quilt as it was so hot. That's OK until you realise it's next to Charles de Gaulle airport which has flights all night.If they fix the temperature it'd be great all round but as is can't recommend unless you like a sauna in your room
"Just practical location"
1st May 2012, Kees2280, The Hague, The Netherlands
Can here next room alarm clock, old floor carpet, breakfast OK, typically one night hotel on the way to or from the airport
29th September 2011, West Perth, Australia
very clean and tidy room looked like brand new bathroom spotless , a touch small one might say cosy dinning facilitys simple but tidy and well laid out food simple but nice staff generally easy to deal with and helpfull even with a language difference all in all quite acceptable for any one really
"Perfect airport hotel"
20th September 2011, Mazamet, France
Great place to stay if you have early flight to catch at airport. Clean, close and convenient. Phoned beforehand to get directions and they were given to me in English which was great. Can't fault it on anything (breakfast was good too).
"Some reception staff need better training"
3rd September 2011, Tillamook, Oregon, USA
Our problem was with the in-room telephone. We couldn't dial out. The young lady at the desk offered us the hotel phone. Our son was not yet up. When we later tried to call. we were referred to the pay phone, but we were not told that the pay phone would require a nearly constant flow of one Euro coins. Being unprepared we only had a few seconds to make arrangements for meeting in Paris. We spent all morning trying to find our son and his daughter. Finally we came back to the hotel and tried to use our room phone. It still would not dial out. We went to the front desk once again and complained again about the phone not working. The clerk responded with a simple, "Why?" That is why was the phone not working. I could only respond that if I knew why the phone was not working, I might be able to fix it. Then the clerk performed several operations on the computer in front of her. At length she announced that the phone was no longer "locked." Yes, when we returned to our room the phone was working and we were able to talk to our son. We had missed a planned excursion to see Monet's garden with out son and his eight-year old daughter. We paid him back for the 80 Euros he had spent on out tickets. We were able to meet them later to say goodby until next year's visit to France. Our question is why did the morning clerk not know that our phone might be locked. Why did she not know how to fix the problem? Our complaint lies with the afternoon clerk, who rather insolently asked us why our phone was not working. She then found out what the problem was and proceeded to fix it. Why did she think that we would know about our phone being locked. Isn't that a function of the hotel? How would we be expected to know about such things? And how did the phone get locked in the first place? What a mess!
"Good name , good hotel !!!"
20th May 2011, Northumberland,England
We were very pleased with the All Seasons. The free bus from the airport was perfect toget us quickly to the hotel. The family room-2 adults and 2 children (11 and 8 yrs )-was spacious,with two bathrooms ,comfortable beds, clean and tidy. The only problem was with air conditioning making some noise.Breakfast was fine,fresh food,plenty of choice,oranges to squeeze for really freshjuice and helpful staff on hand.
"Breakfast and Wifi?"
10th May 2011, Toronto
Overall we found the hotel to be a nice clean spot to rest of our heads before an early flight. That said, there were a couple of details that we think should be improved or advertised properly. Free WiFi actually means you are given credits for small periods at a time that give you access to internet that is spotty at best. At at one point during our stay, we witnessed the concierge lying to a guest and saying that there were no more internet cards available. Not only was he rude, but it was a lie and not exactly in keeping with the promise of free internet!Secondly, built into the cost is breakfast, however breakfast did not open until a few hours until after we departed from the hotel and no options were provided to us or a refund given. Many of the staff (aside from the one gentleman) were friendly and the dinner buffet was just the light meal we wanted. However, the internet and breakfast issues (two of key reasons we booked the hotel) are the reasons we will not return in the future.
These prices may be based on different room types. Depending on the country, these prices may not include taxes, may include VAT only or may include all taxes (VAT and city tax). When prices do not include all taxes, the relevant taxes (VAT and/or city tax) will be stated in the following stages of the reservation process. The price is only guaranteed at the time of reservation.
Hotel classifications (1 to 5 stars for France) correspond to criteria laid down by local regulations.