Best Western Plus Hotel Paris Meudon Ermitage,  Meudon-La-Foret

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3 Route du Colonel Marcel Moraine, 92360, Meudon-la-foret, France - Ver el mapa
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El Best Western Plus® Paris Meudon Ermitage está ubicado a las afueras de la ciudad, en el límite con el bosque de Meudon. Disfrute de un acogedor entorno durante su viaje de placer o de negocios con una gran cantidad de servicios y actividades de ocio, restaurante, bar y salón, salas de reuniones y estacionamiento gratuito. El Best Western Plus® Paris Meudon Ermitage está situado a 800 metros del distrito central de negocios de Velizy, a medio camino de Orly/París/La Defense y entre Versalles y la Torre Eiffel. Disfrute de su estancia en nuestro hotel.

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  • 4
    « Good Hotel »

    I stayed here in June 2017. The hotel was modern and clean. Check in was quick and efficient and the room comfortable with a nice view looking into the forest. The food in the restaurant in the evening was good but nothing special. I did not have breakfast so cannot comment. Not sure there is much to do to in the surrounding area (apart from the forest) as you may have to get in a taxi or car to go anywhere.

    « Exceeded the standard I set in my mind »

    Me and my friend arrived at the hotel quite earlier than check in a lady named Nadia helped check us in early without any further costs and was very friendly and polite. The place looked so pretty like it was just made recent and was very clean. So we went into our room and it was really spacious the bed was one of the most comfiest bed I've slept in. The toilets was also done up quite modern. The window was the downfall but that is something minor. Clean room quite room. Nadia was very good she went out her way to help with everything we had asked for. If I was to return definitely would love to stay here again.

    « A very nice hotel »

    I have stayed at this very nice hotel a couple of times, and I have been very pleased both times. My room was spacious, with a very comfortable double bed, and a modern, well equipped bathroom. On both occassions my room was clean and well presented. I also enjoyed dinner in the restaurant on my visits and I am delighted to advise that the menu choice is very good, the service excellent and the quality of food outstanding. I will definetely be visiting again on my next trip to Paris.

    « Let down by lack of cleaning and technical problems »

    We booked two rooms for five nights costing £1,000 between Christmas and New year. The hotel looked nice and well presented and not far from outer metro stations and shopping centre etc. Arrived and checked in. Quickly realised we were given the wrong room selection (two doubles instead of one double and one twin). Managed to find two rooms on same floor and went up. Double was ok but twin had been smoked in. Returned to reception to request different room and given two rooms on the next floor up. Single was ok but lock on double wouldn't work. Went down to reception again to get new keys, but they still didn't open the door. Duty manger opened the room and said the keys might work after a while. This wouldn't work for us, as we would need staff to open our room each time. Even though the hotel was empty, they could not offer any other rooms on the same floor, so we had to stay on different floors and then move to the same floor the following day. Not ideal when we needed to be close to our dependants. In the morning we went for our complimentary breakfast. There were pastries, bread and cheese, which were ok. We were disappointed with the hot food selection, which consisted of some bacon, chicken sausages and wet scrambled eggs. You could boil your own egg but no fried of omelettes on offer. On our 5th day the bain-marie for the hot food was not turned on. I mentioned to it to the lady on duty and she switched it back on and suggested I wait 10 mins. After 25mins it was still cold and breakfast had ended, during which I had some bread and pastry only. I enjoy a hot breakfast if I can and was assuming it would comprise more than there were. It's possible to squeeze your own juice, which we did. My wife put her plate down and after a few minutes of juicing, turned around and realised other guests had been pinching items off it and putting them on their own plates! We didn't see who did it otherwise I would have accosted them. Rule of thumb, if you see sliced bread on a plate, it's had an owner - the person that sliced it. The rooms were not facing the road so were quiet. The view of the ?forest' double overlooked woods, however the view of the ?forest' twin room overlooked the undustrial area of a high school. It's a really bad view, and as all the twin ?forest' rooms had the same view we had to put up with it. Probably wouldn't be a problem if we were there for a short time and didn't enjoy sitting down with a coffee looking out of the window. The housekeeper knocked while we were getting ready at the beginning of our stay, and we requested she return a little bit later - once we were out. She didn't come back. After a two days I went to reception to inform them our rooms had not been serviced. Our sheets were not changed during our entire 5 night stay and no dusting or vacuuming was done. My wife and got tired of being ?those guys' who always go to reception and inform the staff of basic things. So we didn't mention about the cleaning after the 3rd day. I had to go to reception again to get a new key as it stopped working again. We ate out as we didn't find the restaurant economical, however we ordered room service one night for our son to eat, so we could go out as a couple. Apparently the food was ok and he put the tray outside once finished. This was on our fourth night and that tray sat outside the room waiting to be collected even after we checked out. The reception staff were generally friendly. They kindly printed some tickets for us and helped where they could. We will be coming back to Paris in the near future but I don't think we will return to this Hotel. We are used to Holiday Inn and have not had these types and frequency of problems before.

    « European Tour - A Pleasant Surprise, Accessible and Peaceful. »

    We had traveled to two countries prior to our stay in Paris. We rented a car in the other countries and decided to only use public transportation during our Paris visit. It was a good decision. We arrived very early, due to flight schedule and expected to wait a few hours for our room to be available. The Hotel Associate, Minna, was exceptional. She expedited our room check-in, by reaching out to house keeping. The restaurant was closed so she helped us order in food from a local food establishment. She was able to find some tools to repair a luggage malfunction and then helped us navigate access to public transportation. Truly exceptional service. Other hotel staff interaction supported that this Best Western takes pride in their service. The environment at this hotel was quiet, charming and very clean. We liked the fact that the Hotel was built around a Chateau and kept the integrity of the original building. It was a nice blend of old and new. Regarding access to public transportation: It is a short walk to the bus stop. Bus leads to a Transit center with easy access to Paris via both buses and a well organized and managed metro system. The bus to the hotel operates all hours from the transit center. The restaurants around the village were limited and not very good. After two disappointing meals we decided to eat the rest of our meals in Paris. We did have the breakfast buffet at the hotel, which was a good value, with great variety and good quality offerings. The restaurant is bright, modern and very comfortable. We liked the fact that the restaurant offered a good value dinner menu but our time in Paris, did not give us an opportunity to check out the chef. Finally, we asked for a late check-out and the hotel was very accommodating, even though they were expecting to be totally booked by day's end. Overall our experience with this hotel was highly satisfying. We would book with them again, if we ever make it back to Paris.

    « Good but Could Improve »

    The hotel is in a good location in relation to Paris, it isn't too far away from central Paris. However on the journey there it took a while to find as it isn't well sign posted. Check in was speedy and our rooms were clean and presentable. However there are no drinking glasses in the room, and there are not enough tea and coffee provided. The hotel restaurant at night is on the pricey side and has a lack of selection. We were planning to eat out every night already, but not on the first. Instead we went to hippopotamus restaurant up the road which does excellent steak and is better value. At breakfast the price is much more reasonable and there is a good selection to choose from. Unfortunately the facilities at the hotel didn't always work. We were told the sauna was open but when we went to it, it wasn't working. Not the worst place i've stayed in but I doubt I'd come back!

    « Cosy old but gold »

    Very old structure with several renewals in times so the Hotel has mixed looks but is very cosy and enjoyable. Even the entry is pretty, it looks to be hidden in the middle of the forest. The restaurant is good, but a little bit too gourmet for my taste. It is a little bit outside of the network so public transportation is not good here. Best it to use taxi or car rental. Many rooms for meetings, can be good for business.

    « Correct »

    Stayed for one night Room was big and very convenient, bed was ok. It's correct for an overnight stay, well maintained and clean but doesn't feel cosy. Reception was helpful and nice. Did not use the restaurant or the breakfast. Location is very cool, close to Paris and the main road and it's close to the forest so it feels good.

    « Good Location, lower standards. »

    The hotel is located just outside the Meudon Forest, and next to the motorway. The rooms are comfortable but not necessarily up to the 4 star standards. There was a bad smell last time I was there, and the bathroom and toilets were not very clean. Would still recommend it, for someone who doesn't have high expectations regarding the quality standards.

    « Not all the rooms are the same... »

    It's not the firt time I'm staying in this Hotel, before everything was OK but this time I got a room at the 3rd floor which was really bad (although cleaned as usual). The roof-window wasn't working and the shower was difficult to use (few amount of water, door broken, etc.). I suggest to ask before which room will get and/or be prepared to ask for a change. I will anyway go again in this hotel, but with the above in mind.

  • 3
    « Mixed picture »

    Warm welcome, facade, reception and restaurant tastefully renovated. Food ok but nothing special. Room old fashioned, loveless. No minibar. Breakfast very good. Location ok for business in Meudon/Vélizy. For holidays too far away from Paris center and no metro connection.

    « Good hotel »

    Stayed here on business and had enjoyable stay of 2 nights. Room was spacious, clean and quiet. Stayed on the older side of the hotel yet understand the newer side is nice but I wouldn't be concerned either way! Our business group had an arranged dinner also in the hotel one evening which was held in a separate suite to main restaurant it was a nice touch and the food was stylish and quite tasty.

    « Good business hotel in forest location, good links to central Paris »

    We were booked into this hotel as we weren't able to get into a hotel in Velizy nearby. The place was a pleasant surprise and offered much in the way of comfort especially as this was a work trip. The room was well appointed despite being slightly dated. I was located in the older section of the hotel as the newer 'forest' side was quite full. Despite being adjacent to a rather busy highway I could detect no noise at night and had four nights good sleep. The hotel restaurant which we tried one evening was a tad ordinary and short in supplies of the more poulare dishes on the menu. Service throughout was very good and when I requested an electrical extension lead one was found and loaned to me for the duration of my stay. The hotel is within walking distance to Velizy on a dry day and within walking distance to a few nice restaurants in the evening.

    « Affordable stay in Paris »

    I have never been impressed by BW in the past. But this BW was very clean, chic and modern. It took my private tour guide 15 minutes to drive there. My room was spacious, the bedding and linen were comfortable and clean. There was a security box and a electric kettle. The latter was to my surprise, a rare item in Europe. I had to pay €1 for  a cup of hot water every time I needed  a hot drink in a couple of the hotels I stayed at during this Europe trip. The breakfast buffet was top notch for the price we paid . It has a warming plate to heat up the pancakes, a juicer to make fresh orange juice, a egg boiler to boil eggs to your liking. A good variety of cheese and cold cut, bacon, sausages, scrambled eggs and so on. Check out was fast. I would recommend this BW, to those who go with a private tour or who drive. I noticed there was a shuttle bus and the receptionist was booking taxis to go into city center of Paris for the customers.

    « Unexpectedly good hotel (but with very poor breakfast for 4*) »

    Good business hotel near Paris. I had read some reviews before booking, but I would say that it is actually better than what many wrote. I cannot fault it in many areas: quiet rooms (forest side), very clean, good beds, well equipped bathroom, good selection of TV channels, good wifi. For me only the pillows felt a bit too large/hard (I prefer soft/small). The breakfast, however, was a great disappointment (just like many reviewers had written). It is mostly a "bad carbs story" with very little excitement. And it is certainly not worth the price, so it's best to have a good dinner the night before and skip it (or have it elsewhere). For a 4* hotel they've got to do better than that.

    « Welcoming and Friendly Hotel that delivers »

    The hotel is situated in the outskirts of the small town of Velizy, within driving distance from Paris downtown. Whereas its location might require a car or other transportation for Paris sightseeing, the location works very well for business trips to Velizy without the hassle of a rental. The hotel offers a very well organized and effective shuttle service in the morning, and while other hotels do not provide such service (which means walking in the rain) or a service with a very unpredictable schedule, Best Western Meudon, always takes me to where I need to be in the morning, on time. The distance from Velizy center, might first put one off, but it shouldn't. From the Velizy center a taxi is €11 (which is mainly the show up fee), two bus lines stop just outside the hotel from the center, which is a great low cost option to get to the hotel. Walking by foot is not a bad option either, depending on your pace, an 8 to 13min walk takes you there. In case you do have a rental, one of the more well kept secrets is the large underground hotel garage, free to use by any guests. Easily accessible, clean, lit up and with lots of free parking space. I have stayed at the hotel a few times and I guess one can say I'm well recognized by now, though what strikes me is that during my very first stay I did get the very same warm welcoming as one would expect a regular visitor be given. The friendly welcoming and efficient handling was one of the major reasons I returned a second time and ever since the hotel staff have continued to deliver beyond what I'm used to at other hotels. Rooms come with different styling depending on where in the building they reside, in the old more traditional part of the building or the new part of it. In common for them are that they are clean, comfortable and equipped with all what one needs for a stay during a business or leisure trip. The breakfast served in the hotel includes many different options and will give you a great start of your day. All the staff working at the hotel restaurant are genuinely interested in your well-being and with a smile, will serve and help you out. Not all master English, which however usually do not cause any major issues. Things work out. Lunch and dinner at the hotel restaurant is usually also a very good experience. Since some time, the hotel more frequently updates the menu, which is greatly appreciated by a regular? The menu includes a variety of fish, meet and greens, so most people do find something for them. It was a while ago now, but I have had some desserts that were not on par with the starter and main course. The desserts might have been updated since then. There is a well-equipped hotel bar too. It's great if you want to chill out, if you are more after a pulse it will let you down a bit. Besides the hotel guests not a lot of other people find their way to it. The noise from the nearby highway can possibly disturb a few, me personally not. Instead, I do appreciate the short entry and exit to the highway for further transportation. The trees and wood behind the hotel and with that, mosquitos can cause some irritation in the fall if one insists sleeping with windows open. The mosquitoes are harmless and can easily be avoided by using the AC instead, which works well. As expected these days, the hotel upgraded their WiFi a year ago, and now offers a free of charge connection with a very good bandwidth and low latency. So, overall, I'm very happy to recommend the Best Western Meudon hotel. I stop by regularly, enjoy my stay and always come back. I'm sure the welcoming and friendly staff will make your stay as enjoyable

    « Nice, quiet hotel outside Paris »

    We stayed for 2 nights in this hotel. Although quite far from Paris (around 30mins by Uber) we enjoyed the quiet environment, clean room (stayed in a big family room) & quite good service from the reception staffs. If you only need a place for bed & breakfast only (most of your time is for wandering out on holiday) but you want to enjoy quite nights, then this is the place to stay. Make sure you don't return to hotel when it's dark.

    « Excellent meeting place - great for business »

    If you need to organize a meeting outside of busy Paris but still close by, this is an excellent choice. The only problem many of our participants had was that we were more close to Orly than to Charles de Gaulle, but many of us came in through CdG. There are rooms on the park side and these are very quiet and relaxed - just a very good preparation for the meeting you need to attend. Breakfast and dinner are excellent, and especially the buffets prepared for group lunch were great. Dinner was a bit of a disappointment as the restaurant has more to offer and the choice for dinner was limited. All in all a good stay. When you leave, be sure to book a local taxi as the hotel orders taxis to come from the city center, which adds to their cost. Or in any case, discuss this with the front desk so as not to be surprised by the taxi when it comes time to pay the bill.

    « National Trust Coach Party stay »

    Our tour company had been disappointed with the standard of the hotel they had used for a a previous trip so changed to this hotel at the last minute. I am so glad they did as the service and food were excellent - far superior to the usual fare encountered on coach trips. We stayed in the forest (modern) side of the hotel and the rooms were good. A very comfortable 6 foot bed (memory foam I think) and a clean bathroom with a large walk-in shower made our stay enjoyable. The breakfasts were excellent with cooked English and/or continental, lots of fruit, delicious breads and even smoked salmon! The 3 course set evening meal was well cooked using good quality ingredients and they were able to cater for various food intolerances and allergies without a problem; they do of course need prior notice. The only down side for me was the desserts which I found very sweet, but I'm sure some people would find them delicious, however some of our party did have fresh fruit instead. The drinks at the bar were expensive as were the bottles of wine, but there was a never ending supply of still or sparkling water provided by the ever diligent waiters. We had a coach to visit Paris and Versailles etc but I am not aware of any public transport to Paris if you are visiting with a car. Would I choose to stay here if I was holidaying alone? Well probably not for any length of time as it is rather isolated, expensive and there is really nothing to do apart from watch the large screen TV. I believe there are forest walks behind the hotel but it is on the main road between Paris and Versailles so there is no local entertainment or village centre. However for our purpose it was an excellent choice.

    « difficult..... »

    stayed there the 29.06. - 30.06.2016. the hotel looks good from the outside. and it looks good from the inside. it has a secured undergrounded garage (free of charge). I heard is has an "old" part and a "new" part, and I was unlucky, I was situated in the old part (well, i think this was the old part, it can not be new i think..) depressive furniture, colours, bathroom. And this for 160 € + 16 € breakfast... if i could get a "new!" room i think the price would it be worth, but for the old ones... no thank you. In addition a reception without any charme, only with the minimum of kindness, no reason to come back again. the staff while breakfast were friendly.

  • 5
    « Excellent hotel with great value »

    First time stay at this hotel. Very helpful staff. Restaurant is very good although i wish they have some additional selection for vegetarians. Very easy access to local transportation to get to city.

    « Nice, but no charm »

    The outside looked so promising, and the lounge area is really nice. Then we squeezed in the elevator and I had to pass several doors with my small suitcase before I finally find my room in the "old hotel" a long way down the hallway. The room was all but modern, and the bathroom hopelessly ordinary with the typical hotel hairdryer - noisy and inefficient. We had dinner in the hotel restaurant late in the evening. It was a very nice dinner! The restaurant is in a charming old building with untapped possibilities when it comes to interior design. The lightning is a catastrophy, no comfortable lights at all, and the furniture are very worn and hopeleesly outdated. A dream for an interior designer to dig into, but right now not very welcoming for quests. We were there on business as we have a subsidiary in the area.

    « Great for Visiting Velizy and Meudon »

    Best Western Plus Paris Meudon Ermitage is a lovely property literally on the edge of the famous Meudon forest. There are many offices and businesses nearby, and the hotel shuttle is very helpful in dropping people off there. They also pick up after work, and one day the hotel Director himself drove because there was no other driver, so that is a mark of great service. Generally, service at the hotel is very responsive, from the reception, to the restaurant, to the shuttle drivers. Their restaurant L'Ermitage was an exceptional find, it offered innovative dishes like risotto with saffron ice cream (it was delicious, I should note). This restaurant has existed since 1895, and is in a league of its own. My room was large, with a nice sofa in a separate living room-type area. The bed was large and comfortable. I also had a lovely balcony, which I regrettably did not use much, despite a nearly week-long stay. The breakfast was nice, with many European choices, fresh fruits, jams, amazing yogurts, eggs, and pancakes. The breakfast is served in the L'Ermitage restaurant. Wi-Fi was very dependable. The hotel is also within 15-20 minutes of Versailles. I saw many tourists there that seemed to be at this hotel for vising Paris, which I found strange as there are so many hotels in Paris, albeit their rooms will likely be much smaller. We did go to Paris by car a couple of times, and it was easily half an hour to get to the center of Paris. I really enjoyed my stay at this hotel, loved its restaurant, and would highly recommend it for visiting the Velizy, Meudon areas.

    « Good Hotel, dinner OK »

    Very much enjoyed a lot about this hotel. We had a forest facing room which was spacious and, it felt, newly decorated. First room we went in, while non smoking did smell of cigarettes. Possible that a guest had been smoking by the doors to the balcony rather than being outside as it has been wet and unseasonably cold. Anyway we were moved to another room, which was great. The dining room was again pleasant and service was very efficient and friendly. Weirdly, despite there be in several beers on the menu none were available. The dinner did feel 'regenerated' and lacked seasoning, and was therefore expensive for what it was. Breakfast was good. Location good for what we wanted, but as we were not going into Paris can't really comment on that, other than that there were bus stops and various train stations nearby.

    « Watch out which room you book! »

    Dear reader, I stayed here during a business trip to Velizy. This hotel was cheaper than the ones in Velizy and the pictures on the websites looked nice, so i decided to give it a try. In my opinion, this is a hotel with some ups and downs. Let's start with the ups. The breakfast room looks exclusive and I felt at ease here. The size of the buffet is a bit small to justify 16 euros but the food tastes good and they have a great choice of Bio Tea. And typical french: the pastries are heaven. I also liked the fact that the hotel has a fitness room and a (small) wellness area. I tried the rowing machine and the bycicle. I had to stop rowing after 5 minutes because the strap holding the right foot in its place, was broken and it was dificult to row without the support. The bike is of an unknown brand and was ok. They have one sauna which is ok because not a lot of people seems to be using this area. In the evening around 8 i went to the sauna and there was one other person in there and nobody was working out in the gym. In the morning, I was the only one in the gym. Also positive is the free parking outside. I dont know if they charge for the garage. The staff is also friendly. Now to the downside. When you look at the pictures the company posts on websites like Tripadvisor, Booking and co, you might feel betrayed when you are given the keys to the traditional room. This is a nice word for the old part of the hotel. When I entered this part, i felt like entering and old fashionned english hotel. Like someone else noticed, the room is big but not the most cosy. And it was my first hotel with blinds. I dont know if the old part and new part use the same gym. The area is used was in the old part. You can also hear your neighbours so i understand the comment from another reviewer that a room next to the elevator can ruin your sleep. Luckily this was not the case for me and i slept very well. I sleep with earbuds so i wasnt woken up by the neighbours. I liked the bed. Not too hard and not too soft. I would give the hotel 4 stars for the new part but since i slept in the old part, i give it 3 stars. Maybe tripadvisor should think about splitting up the reviews: one part for the new hotel and one for the old hotel. I didnt think that the hotel was dificult to find with a GPS and there also signs next to the road. The WLAN is not so slow as described in another review.

    « 50-50 »

    We were looking for a place to sleep after a late flight into CDG Paris and an early departure the next morning for Versailles. We wanted to avoid the higher prices of Paris and also wanted to get a headstart on the visit to the Palace. As a result, the Ermitage was chosen for price and location. The price was reasonable and the location turned out to be a short (15-min) drive to Versailles. Good points: quiet location, comfortable mattress, clean room, good size. Business clientèle mostly. Restaurant. Weak points: make sure you have a GPS to get there. Food was adequte but not memorable, dining room decor bland and depressing (not a dealbreaker, but still...) and an unjustified 16 euro breakfast fee to which we said "Non, merci" and instead stopped for coffee and pastries in a little town on the way to Versailles. Not sure I'd go back.

    « If you cannot avoid the room "traditionelle", avoid the hotel »

    I spent one night in the hotel for business. The location of the hotel is really awful: it is right next to the highway and if do not have to go there for business, I am not sure why you would pick this hotel. When I checked in, I specifically asked for a room towards the forest (because others told me to do so) but was told that the hotel was fully booked and that they only have what they call "chambre traditionelle" ("traditional rooms). The hotel room was very depressing. It was quite big, yes, and it was clean, however, the overall atmosphere was really sad. Old brown furniture, a brown carpet and a brownish/whitish bathroom. The view was directly onto the highway. In addition, I got a room that was right next to the elevator. When someone took the elevator, it was so noisy in my room as if the elevator came directly through the room. The air in the room was quite sticky and warm, I could not open the windows because of the noise of the highway (even though it would not have a difference because I anyway could not sleep because of the noise of the elevator). The only reason why I do not give only one point is because it was clean and the staff in the restaurant was extremely friendly. And may be the experience is different if you are in one of the new rooms towards the forest. However, I will probably not find out myself as I will try to avoid the hotel if I can.

    « Not What We Expected »

    Lovely modern suburban hotel, but extremely difficult to find without GPS. This hotel is not suitable as a base for exploring downtown Paris, it's much too far by car or bus to the metro and then it's 10+ stops and several transfers. This seems to be a nice business hotel in a business/bedroom community on the edge of metropolitan Paris. Somehow we read the reviews on Trip Advisor to say that this is closer to downtown Paris than it is, and that it's a good suburban base for exploring the city. It's not!

    « Lovely overnight stay »

    Driving, from UK, down to the Creuse, via Paris, after dropping off an exchange student, stopped at this lovely hotel overnight. As we have a dog sometimes difficult to find hotels to accommodate. We had ground floor rooms, with their own patio, opening onto an enclosed grasses courtyard. Great for Roo to run around in. Rooms 23 to 26, all open onto it. Rooms are well sized, comfortable and in great condition, good facilities. Great evening meal and excellent breakfast. Staff were all friendly and helpful. Will stay there again.

    « Great weekend »

    The hotel is located just outside of Paris. You can reach the hotel by metro + bus. OK better if you have a car but even if you take the public transportation, it is worth the travel time (the bus stop is in front of the hotel). Positive things about the hotel: - CLEAN room and bathroom - spacious room - big comfortable bed (and when I say comfortable bed it means you will wish that the nights are longer so you have a good reason not to wake up yet) - spacious bathroom even so the toilet and bath are together it did not bother me at all because of the space - good aircon in the room *very important especially now that it is very hot here in France* - - the furniture are well chosen, modern design - very quiet at night even if you leave your window open (it helps that the hotel is located at Meudon Forest) - the breakfast! A wide range of breakfast choices : hot and cold buffet. A variety of food that you will forget about your diet girls! :) - the hotel personnel are nice and always ready to help. Negative things about the hotel: - nothing unless you don't like to compromise taking the metro + bus to reach the hotel (if you don't have a car) BUT in exchange a very good quality hotel near Paris then you should consider. ***we stayed for the weekend there's public transportation on Saturdays and Sundays***

  • 4
    « Great room and restaurant and excellent wifi but location is not easy »

    We had a devil of a time getting to this hotel using a navigation system but liked it a lot after finally getting there. I wish we had a decent map when we first arrived. However, the room was very clean and well designed and beds very comfortable. The location turned out to be great for visiting Versailles. I think the the hotel would do well to provide written directions and a simple map to make it easier for guests to find their way to and from the hotel and Versailles. There is a fairly simple way to get there by bus as well, which runs every 15 minutes even on weekends so that is a possibility. The breakfast spread is really good with a lot of variety (it costs 16 Euros). We had dinner there one night and the food was very good and the prices very Parisian.

    « Great little hotel! »

    We had a quaint room on the 3rd floor, complete with a motorized skylight window. The room was clean, and the pillows were substantial. The bathroom had full size body and hand soap in pump bottles. I would give the hotel 5 stars, but the front desk folks aren't as helpful as the should be to foreign guests. We ordered a taxi to go to the airport. When we got in, I noticed the meter was already at €27. The cab driver said since the is no taxi depot in Meudon, they have to come from another town, and we have to pay for that travel time. She said the hotel should have told us...yah! We could have dragged out bags to the city, and then caught a cab.

    « Super hotel, location not ideal, but good for a short stay or business trip »

    I've stayed at this hotel for a conference. The hotel itself is beautiful, outside and inside. It got recently renovated and was newly furnished. The room was great! Very spacious, with a flat screen, mini bar, W-Lan, water kettle, tea, coffee, and hot chocolate. The bathroom was clean and provided enough room for 1 or 2 people. The restaurant of the hotel was good. I've had dinner one night and ordered the salmon, which was amazing! The price is not cheap but there's not a lot around the hotel that you could reach by walking, so if you want to safe the taxi or bus costs, then you cannot go wrong with having dinner at the hotel! The breakfast was good as well. Again, I'm a big breakfast person and I know that French breakfast isn't very hearty. However, the breakfast did have a quite big variety of foods, including hot breakfast choices like scrambled eggs, beans, stuffed tomatoes, and porridge. Also, cold cuts, cheese, many different sorts of jam, marmalade, Nutella, honey, salmon slices, etc. There was baguette (of course!), rye bread, rolls, fruit, fruit salad,yogurt, milk, cereal, muesli, and small baked goods, which is very French. All in all, the breakfast variety was great, however, the eggs were cold every morning and even when I asked the waiter to heat them up again, he didn't understand what I meant. (I don't speak French..). That was quite disappointing. Also, there were only 2 coffee machines for all guests, so there was quite some traffic when there were more than 8 people eating at once. The machines were right by the buffet, next to the fruit salad, so even if you didn't want coffee or tea at this time, you still had to wait to reach most of the buffet items. The location of the hotel was far outside from everything. I've walked around a little bit and found a small supermarket but it was quite hidden and you had to wonder through the streets. For shopping, bars, and restaurants, as well as sight seeing, you'd have to take a bus, or taxi to get there. Paris is a little far away, Versailles is about 30 minutes by bus, but I took the bus organized by the conference and not the public transit, so I am not sure how this works in this area. All in all, the hotel is beautiful. The renovation and futuristic interior make it a very comfortable and quite luxury stay. The location is not great due to the distance to shops, restaurants and sights. However, if you're looking for a nice quiet time to take a deep breath or enjoy time as a couple, I can definitely recommend this very nice hotel.


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·Desde París: tome la carretera N118 en dirección Burdeos/Orleans. Tome la salida 3, Meudon la Foret Velisy Zone d'Emplois, y vaya en dirección Meudon la Foret. Siga la carretera situada a mano izquierda y tome Route du Colonel Marcel Moraine hasta llegar al Best Western Plus® Paris Meudon Ermitage.