Best Western Bretagne Montparnasse,  Paris 

3.5/5  - based on 533 guest reviews.
33 Rue Raymond Losserand, 75014, Paris, France - See map
+33 1 45385259 +33 1 45385039



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  • 24-hour front desk
    24-hour front desk
  • Air conditioning
    Air conditioning
  • Wireless internet connection in public areas
    Wireless internet connection in public areas
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The Best Western Bretagne Montparnasse is located on the left bank close to the TGV Atlantic terminal in the heart of the Quartier Montparnasse. Beginning of the century painters lived and worked here. The hotel is located near the city centre, in the Montparnasse area, at the Peripherique Exit Porte Brancion/Porte Vanves/Poste d'Orleans. The Best Western Bretagne Montparnasse, totally renovated to a very high standard offers 45 non-smoking and air-conditioning rooms, 11 of them accommodate either three, four or five people. Special offer for children under 12, please indicate in the comments part of your booking form the number of children traveling with you and their age. We offer special equipment for babies (crib, baby bathtub, warm feeding bottle). Please ask for the equipment at the booking time.

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Best Western Bretagne Montparnasse,Paris
  • 3
    « Average »

    Stayed in the hotel 3 nights due to my business trip. Location is quite OK - many small restaurants around as everywhere, staff nice (during breakfast, at the reception), rooms very small (but it's not anything atypical in Paris), breakfast fine - you find what you need.

    « Quaint and quiet neighborhood, friendly staff, safe location »

    Location: Near the metro station, the train station (with a few blocks of walking), and the bus from the airport also drops you off at that train station which makes getting to and from the airport easy A number of very good local restaurants nearby. Staff: Friendly and helpful. I really wanted to go see the "modern version" of Don Giovanni at the opera house. The website said the performance for the night was sold out, when the concierge called her people and they told her the tickets were sold out, but I told her how much I wanted to see that particular opera and asked her to call the opera house for me to confirm, she called and learned that there was a glitch on the website and there were still a handful of seats available. The performance was magically wonderful, and I couldn't thank Benedictine more for her hospitality, kindness, and helpfulness, Room: Functional, it is a bit small but it is Paris all the hotel rooms are small! The bathroom is bigger, and the beds are very comfortable. Overall, I would return to this hotel when I visit Paris next time.

    « First Night in France »

    A last minute change to a business trip had me arriving in Paris on a Sunday evening. After a taxi ride from CDG airport, a little traffic, and a few turns down the narrow streets we arrived at the hotel. My first introduction to the 'classic' French culture was having to wait at the check-in desk while a hotel patron argued with the host about something on his bill for about 10 minutes (not speaking French but catching a few words here-and-there, it sounded like a debate over beds in the room)--it was not too loud, a little animated, and mostly just entertaining as I watch the back-and-forth exchange. The host handled the debate well and the other patron at least seemed satisfied in the end (no hard feelings?). After I had my chance to check-in, I was given a 'large room' on the first floor, found by passing through a door marked with a stairs placard at the back of the small social lobby. Our host was polite and spoke English well, checking two of us in on a Sunday evening with reasonable efficiency. The room was definitely a classic, quaint, European-style accommodation. It had a large queen-size bed plus two doubles in a bunk-bed arrangement. There was a WC separate from a very modern and good-sized shower / wash room. The space included a small working desk combined with a clothes cabinet and was paired with a strong wifi connection for getting work done. European outlets at the desk and by the bed were convenient for both computer and mobile charging. Chocolates on the bed were and always will be a nice touch. The hotel is within walking distance of Gare Montparnasse (the train station), which was the reason for choosing this place for our one-night stay. We walked to dinner that evening, heading up Rue Raymond Losserand, Avenue du Maine, and Rue de la Gaite before settling on --Cafe de la Place-- for a nice, light dinner with wine. Overall a convenient stay with a nice room at a good price. Definitely a good place to rest-up for the night and I am sure a family with a couple of kids would love this room.

    « Good enough but look elsewhere »

    Pleasant check in, pleasant check out. The location is quite good, with laundry right across the street and plenty of places to eat nearby. The desk attendant in the later hours was cold and seemed put out when we asked for ice for a foot injury. Room was clean but smelled of cigarette smoke, despite it being a non-smoking hotel. On the first night, cigarette smoke blew through our air conditioning vent all night stinking up our room and clothes. Thankfully, the woman Sarah at the front desk helped to address this issue with kindness and the second night was smoke-free (though the smell lingered for our whole stay). Shower is small and cramped with a strange glass door that did little to keep the water contained. Too small for a 6 foot man to shower comfortably. Overall, it was just average and I would probably look elsewhere for our next visit to Montparnasse. The smoke issue was a real let down.

    « Fantastic »

    We travelled by Eurostar and caught the metro to the hotel. I suggest you get a pass for however many days you are staying as this works out very cost effective. We arrived at the hotel to a warm welcome, went to the beautifully air conditioned room. It was perfect for a family of 4. Everything in the fridge was free and allowed us to top up with treats from the local supermarket a few doors down. There are great patisseries a few doors in either direction. Metro 14 is a lovely restaurant opposite the Pernity metro station less than 5 minutes from the hotel. Would highly recommend this area and hotel which is 15 mins from the Eiffel Tower. They also kindly kept our bags from checking out at 11am until after 6pm so we could really enjoy our last day before travelling home.

    « Stop over in Paris for sightseeing. »

    Awesome experience. After taking the bus from the Main train station we travelled for 20 mins and walked for 10 mins to the hotel. Directions given by hotel was accurate. The room was very comfortable, the service was great. The elevator was not working when we arrived. The hotel is within walking distance from the Train station , the hop on hop off tour buses and local buses in the area, which can take you to all sites

    « Very cozy »

    Nice service, small cozy rooms, very Parisian! Had a nice experience with staff, very helpful and willing to communicate. We're very nice to me!:) Rooms are tiny, but it's not a bad thing. You can feel Parisian spirit. Very nice neighborhood around. Safe to walk after 10pm. Had a small issue with my personal belongings been thrown away by cleaning lady but I also admit my own fault since its was probably left by me in the floor.

    « Perfect »

    Best value for money. Great location, small but good enough rooms, friendly staff, free coffee at the lobby and mineral water in the room. Everything functions smoothly. Best value for money. Metro station is nearby so you can commute easily everywhere. Restaurants and bars on the street so it's perfect

    « Pleasantly surprised »

    We spent a few weeks in France and kept seeing Best Westerns everywhere. We found ourselves staying a few nights at the end of our trip. Clean, comfortable rooms. Super friendly staff (Anthony was great), free coffee and fruit in the lobby. Amenities in the room such as a retractable clothesline and teas, hot cocoa. Within walking distance of the Montparnasse station, cemetery and catacombs. Good, local neighborhood with a market and boulangeries nearby. Would stay there again and wished I'd stayed earlier!

    « Hit and Miss with Staffing »

    Depends who you get to assist you, the hotel is good overall with little non functioning items in the room. (Washroom door does not lock, the air conditioning is very weak (not very cold) & upper bunk bed light is not working). There is a staff member is who you would have to be VERY CAREFUL with... he tried a few times to rip us off; buying a wall converter from him, making us book a taxi with him for a higher price than the stated fixed amount, and not taking ownership for any problem in the hotel. No names but I am sure the hotel will know who I am talking about and if you see him, you will know. Washroom is fairly small, however fairly clean in general.

  • 3
    « small, and ok for one night »

    As usual Paris hotel rooms are small. This one was no diff. Located in a narrow street, close to the Pernety Metro, this hotel is OK for a short biz stay, but not comfortable for long stays. Like a regular Best Western, it had the basic amenities, but nothing much else. having a higher floor room did help though. I was here only for 1 night and I paid EU85.

    « Average hotel »

    I gave three stars because of the location, the free coffee in the reception room, and also because of the service provided by Anthony. Apart from that , this hotel deserves one star. All other staff was indifferent towards me and my family and unhelpful. A lady that I couldn't identify was very rude when I asked why the room was so hot. It was spring but she said the temperature was set according to the winter rules and there was nothing they could do about it. I asked then to leave the windows opened , but of course, they didnt. When I got back the room was boiling. Had to leave the windows open to sleep, which was a bit annoying because of the noise on the street. No way this was the hotel of the year on 2015.

    « Average Hotel »

    The hotel was good overall. Great location, very confortable bed. Not so clean, a few hairs on the bathroom floor when we arrived. One of the ladies at the reception in the morning was very rude. There were always two ladies and we tried to ask one of them a few questions but the other intervened twice being very very very rude even though we were not speaking to her directly. On the other hand there was a very nice guy in the evening named Anthony. He was very attentive and pleasant, smiling at all times, helping us with everything we needed and also he was very polite. He was the only one of the staff who deserves being mentioned here, all the others were indiferent and not so happy to be working there and having to help the guests. The hotel is a good place to stay when you don't want to spend too much and just want a good shower and a good night of sleep. The location was amazing for us and the price was fair. I'd recommend this hotel.

    « Ideal base for sightseeing. Mezzanine room ideal for family »

    We wanted a hotel with a family room but not with two double beds or sofa beds. We went for the mezzanine room. It's ideal with a comfy double bed downstairs and a double and single bed upstairs. Very small, compact bathroom but nicely kitted out. The only thing wrong is the lock is on the outside of the door. My son found it very amusing being able to lock me in the bathroom! Tea and coffee supplies in the room were a bit limited. There is a fridge, flatscreen TV downstairs. No TV upstairs. Lift access to rooms. Just as well as we were on 5th floor. Would return again due to mezzanine room option.

    « Good value »

    We booked the king room which has a fold out single included. Very handy, and those rooms are very quiet. Plenty to eat and drink right out the door. Staff very kind and accommodating. The lift gave out for our stay, however.

    « Perfect location delightful staff. »

    If you would like to experience a very "local" trip to Paris I recommend this brilliant hotel. The street is gorgeous with boulangeries, creperies, butchers and fruit shops on all corners. The location was perfect if you are happy to walk or take the train anywhere you like. The staff were incredibly polite and helpful (especially as they were working over Christmas when we stayed). There is complimentary fruit and coffee daily. We loved our stay here and would definitely stay again! Pictures taken from the from of the hotel and from the montparnass tower.

    « Base camp »

    This was booked on the spur of the moment and we were not disappointed. The hotel was clean and the staff welcoming and very helpful. We did not eat here as there are a number of restaurants in the area but there was free coffee and tea and apples in a small seating area? The breakfast smelt lovely, all in all a very good stay

    « Another Great Stay »

    We returned to this hotel in Paris because the last time we stayed it was ideal for what we wanted in addition to the friendly service. We were not disappointed as, again, the rooms were clean, the staff didn't hesitate to help whenever needed, and the location was ideal for good restaurants and the metro if you want to travel around.

    « Exeptional Service »

    I stayed here with family for 4 nights. The purpose of the trip was mainly sightseeing. The hotel is very clean to start with (which is an important criteria for me and my family). The service is outstanding and everything is delivered to you with a smile which is highly appreciable. The location is in Montparnasse and the hotel is very near to the Montparnasse tower. The room was kind of small, however, it is the case with most hotels in Europe in general and Paris to be specific. The location is not near to most touristic attractions, where most of such attractions required a kind of lengthy commute by metro. The breakfast was good but certainly not worth the 13EUR fee (I am on a student budget :]). I loved the fact that the guests could take apples from the lobby anytime for free, not to mention that the free coffee machine in the lobby is a nice touch as well, also the free wifi all over the hotel is great (you get up to 6 devices; which you can link to the wifi network). I would recommend people to stay in this hotel if they have work in the area, or if they do not mind staying a bit far from the attractions. Personally, I would only stay in this hotel again if I have work in the area, however, the excellent service attracted me to check out other hotels of the chain.

    « Amazingly comfortable »

    Amazingly comfortable hotel, metro is 4 minutes away by walking. Also there's a supermarket, a boulangerie and a crêperie, all within the radius of 2-min-walking. Upscale, quiet area in Paris. Receptionists are friendly especially the Tunisian girl. It is air-conditioned and that was THE most important facility in the summer which lacked in other hotels. Room is clean. VALUE FOR MONEY.. I would definitely recommend it.

  • 4
    « Great service »

    Convenient location , marche close by for food , wine. Close to metro for subway to anywhere you need to be. I would return. Coffee down stairs in lobby was a great place to sit and eat breakfast baking from local Boulanger . Fruit provided. Welcome beer and drinks in mini bar. Parking two blocks away underground at a cost.

    « Great Stay »

    Wonderful staff. The management was very helpful with metro directions. Small but very clean modern room. The hotel is very close to 2 metro stations Not a tourist neighborhood, which we enjoyed. Felt very safe.

    « Service makes the difference »

    Great hotel, clean and comfortable. But the service makes the difference. I stayed there for 3 days with friends and left early on a Sunday morning. Alas stupidly I left my laptop behind. Nightmare scenario but thanks to the great staff at hotel it was couriered back to me at a very reasonable price and I had it within 3 days. Can't thank them enough. Superb!!

    « Great family room! »

    Hotel is tucked away in 14th district, a quieter part of the city. Loved the 'local' feel, great dining and proximity to metro stations. Front desk team, very helpful and courteous. We will definitely be back!

    « Nice accommodation for families, and free drinks! »

    Although this hotel is not in a touristy area of Paris, it is clean, modern (some painting going on at the moment), comfortable, friendly, and affordable. I booked this hotel for 1. location - within walking distance of Montparnasse where our train was coming into Paris, 2. Availability of family rooms, hard to find in Paris. We had a king bed and our teenage daughters had bunk beds! 3. In general I trust the Best Western brand internationally and their rates are good. In addition to the above reasons, I was pleasantly surprised by the wifi, fast, reliable, and you only had to sign on once and then your device would automatically pick it up each time you returned, I'm growing to appreciate this feature! I also appreciated that the drinks in the fridge were complimentary! I have never seen this before! The sodas, tea and bottles of water came in handy everyday. Also the apples in the lobby were a great snack. We did not take breakfast in the hotel so I can't comment on that, but the coffee/espresso machine in the lobby was amazing and free all day. There is a "lavarie" self serve laundry right across the street which was also very handy- as we have been traveling in France for a while. And actually, Pernety is the closest metro station if that helps.

    « First trip to Paris »

    Hotel on quite small street near metro and many good bistros and market. Staff was friendly, professional and helpful. The room was clean, somewhat spartan, but commensurate with price. The biggest plus for us was proximity to Montparnasse Station.

    « Loved Paris »

    This hotel was very nice and clean with very helpful staff that spoke perfect English. King bed with bunk bed room. Comfortable for family of 4. Has an elevator. Although small with just enough room for 4 of us but is better than walking the stairs. Location was out of the touristy area's. We felt safe and more like a local Parisian. Short walk to many modes of transport so was very easy to get to anywhere in and out of Paris. They made it a very enjoyable and easy trip for us first time Paris travelers.

    « A very good hotel »

    Really good hotel. Small rooms, but this is Paris. The rooms are very clean. Mini bar in the room was for free. Two types of breakfast, fast and normal. Good service. Near the metro. good price for a 4 stars hotel in Paris.


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·From: All directions. The Best Western Bretagne Montparnasse is located near the city centre, in the Montparnasse area, at the peripherique Exit Porte Brancion/Porte Vanves. ·From: Charles de Gaulle Airport. Reach the Highway A1 towards Paris. At the Porte De La Chapelle, take the Peripherique Exterieur Ring Road. Follow the signs for Rouen then Lyon. Leave the Ring Road at the Porte De Brancion. The Best Western Bretagne Montparnasse is just ahead. ·From: Orly Airport. Head towards the Porte d'Orleans and take the Peripherique Interieur, (Ring Road). Leave the Ring Road at the Porte De Vanves. The Best Western Bretagne Montparnasse is just ahead.