Hotel address19 promenade d'Orly
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Contact the hotel
- Tel. (+33)1/56705050
- Fax. (+33)1/56705070
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Hotel code: 1413
Accorhotels.com customer reviews in partnership with TripAdvisor
5th August 2013, serge_adami, Toulouse, France
No air conditioning. Very bad sleep.Room was to warm due to a bad air cooling system solution in this hotel.I left the Windows opened to get some fresh air, but outside it was very noisy. So in total it has been a very bad night.
"outside looks derelict"
20th September 2012
clean inside staff ok except waitress in restuarant could not speak english i thought they would have bi-lingual staff. food was ok if a little exspensive steak and chips with tiniest portion of au poivre sauce wouldnt eat there again was very busy and long queues for tables.food standard not very good either,another dissapointment
"a great bargain; super convenient"
16th July 2012, Midwest
I stayed in this hotel upon my arrival and departure at CDG. The rate was unbeatable; and the hotel was modern, clean, efficient, comfortable, accessible. I highly recommend it. I've stayed in numerous hotels IBIS, and this was the nicest. Breakfast was fantastic. I have to say that I prefer IBIS, Accor's 2-star chain, above Mercure, the 3-star option. I traveled in France for two weeks, and consistently had a much better experience w/IBIS than Mercure. In fact the only time I booked Mercures were when the IBIS in the area were full.
7th July 2012, luton
rooms on the small size, other wise good stay.easy to reach from charles de gaul airport.very good stay,would stay thier again.
"Stay at this hotel If you arrive from long journey."
20th June 2012, Muliadi0606, Denpasar, Indonesia
Stay at this hotel If you arrive from long journey.1. Free shuttle from AirPort orly sud and orly l 'ouest.2. Free Internet 3. In AirPort There are many restaurants and shops. McDonald hamburger only €1.4.small room.5. Tap water can not be drunken.6. Free shoe cleaning machine in the lobby.
"1 night stay"
12th June 2012, drpegasi, Rome, Italy
I had a flight at orly airport early in the morning.so I chose this hotel for the perfect location.Room is very tiny but clean enough.The staff at reception is very kind and helpful.The only bad impression is about the emplyee at the bar next to reception desk.That guy is very rude and unprofessional, he's even smoking right at the front door.It was relly horrible,
"What I expected for a Ibis...."
29th May 2012, ecr_rs, Porto Alegre, Brazil
No more no less than what you'd expect staying in an Ibis Hotel. Pay for a room and everything else other than only use it.
"over night stay"
22nd April 2012, dixie407, st dizier leyrenne france
i had my handbag stolen when i was at the coffe machine one of the staff retrived it aftera chase in the car park ,they sent for the police who did not arrive befor we left to catch ourflight to florida.we have stayed at ibis hotels in spain and portugal without any problems.so far i have not received a apology or an explanation .other than the above incident we have been pleased with our stays in ibis hotels
23rd February 2012, Funchal, Portugal
Excellent location for Orly airport. Just a 5 minute walk away. Food was good. We stayed in the IBIS near CDG the night before. The difference in the food was like night & day. Very helpful and polite team. Well done!
"Hotel at Orly Airport"
30th January 2012, travelling_wombat, Burnham, Bucks
Simple hotel very close to airport at Orly. Excellent value for money with very good quality overall. Room are small, but this is to be expected. Free shuttle bus to terminal which seems to run frequently.
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