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Practical information

    • PLANET 21 OR
    • Air conditioning
    • Public indoor parking - Paying
    • Rooms for guests with reduced mobility- Contact the hotel: 4
    • Pet allowed - Paying
    • ibis innovation : new bedding for absolute comfort
  • Number of rooms: 171
  • Hotel location: At the airport
  • Main point of interest: CENTRE VILLE PARIS (5.40 km)

Hotel address

15-21 Boulevard Romain Rolland
75014 PARIS

How to reach the hotel

GPS :N 48° 49' 11.20'' E 2° 19' 33.45'' ‎

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Contact the hotel

  • Tel. (+33)892680539
  • Fax. (+33)146565740
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ibis budget Paris Porte d'Orleans - hotel description

Hotel code: 2559

Ibis budget Porte d'Orléans Paris 14 hotel (formerly Etap Hotel) is near the Porte de Versailles exhibition center and Montparnasse train station (20 minutes by bus no. 28), metro links (line 4 328 yards/300 m away) and tram line T3. The hotel has 171 rooms in three different categories, which depending on availability have either a double bed, double bed with overhead bunk bed or three single beds, all with the new Cocoon styling. Free WIFI. There are two private paying car parks close to the hotel.

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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.