Adagio City Aparthotel Porte de Versailles

Address: 16, Rue Eliane Jeannin 92130 , Issy-les-Moulineaux, Île-de-France, 92130, France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Del Mar area of Issy-les-Moulineaux, is near Parc Andre-Citroen, Le Bateau-Lavoir, Movement Garden, and Vitatop.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAdagio City Aparthotel Porte de Versailles Issy-les-Moulineaux

Reviewed by dorakypriadh

A VERY GOOD CHOICE,I COULD GO AGAIN

Reviewed Feb 6, 2013
by (1 review) , Greece Flag of Greece

The location was very close to metro,so we have had the possibility to go anywhere we needed,Easy and Fast!
The Check-In,quick enough.
The staff,friendly.
Inside the room,comfortable and warm,as it was winter,and that was very important to us.
We have had Anything we needed,kitchen,TV LCD,comfortable bathroom,nice and fationable decoration in the room,even a dishwasher..
Wth a little discount,
I WOULD DEFINITILY GO AGAIN!

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Reviewed by serenityjoy

Extremely Poor Service

Reviewed Jul 13, 2011
by (2 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

Mice in the hall near lobby. Ceiling fell in the room due to water leaking. Staff unwilling to offer an apology. Would never stay here again.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Adagio City Aparthotel Porte de Versailles Issy-les-Moulineaux

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Travel Blogs from Issy-les-Moulineaux

Ah! Paris! Did you roll your tongue on the "r"?

A travel blog entry by ptpattys_places on Jul 16, 2014

38 photos

... World Wars, by people who took them apart, pane by pane, stored them away, and when it was safe they put them back together.

Amy and the kids climbed the narrow spiral staircase, all 387 steps, and had a wonderful view of the city. Meema enjoyed a cup of coffee in a nearby coffeehouse.

Following a rest in the shade and a picnic in a lovely nearby park, the Square Rene-Viviani, built in 1928, from which we would occasionally glance up and say, "Oh, ...

Catching up with Family in Paris

A travel blog entry by jacquikevin on May 13, 2014

1 comment, 20 photos

... 16th century was a repatriation hospital built by King Louis 14th for injured officers in various wars. Today it’s still a hospital for defense personnel. That night we met Jess and Toby for our pre arranged meal and show at Moulin Rouge which was really great and so professional. The dancer’s costumes were manificent and numerous and the supporting acts were top class!. Friday we spent most of the day at the ...

Walking around and seeing cool French stuff

A travel blog entry by sindlen on Dec 09, 2013

... a block or so back from the Champs Elysees – and I am sure that we skipped the queue! (We did - but despite their reputation, nobody was bothered. Clearly we were not local.)

More Christmas markets. At the Place de la Concorde we explained the Obelisque to Ed, and then headed to the Orangerie – where the queue was over an hour so we decided to come back another day.

We ...

A Pedestrian In Paris

A travel blog entry by lucyando on Oct 30, 2013

1 photo

... up while wandering around. I keep hoping they'll give me hints to where the "real" stores are. I'd like to get some kind of souvenir while I'm here but the touristy shops are rather cheap & nasty. There are heaps of bookstores near our hotel, but mostly textbooks, as we are a block away from the Sorbonne. I plan to visit rue mouffetard at some point, so hoping to find something ...

Artists and Graves

A travel blog entry by marioz on Oct 08, 2013

11 photos

Our last day in Paris today. After breakfast we decided to catch the train to go and see Montmartre. We had to catch two separate trains to get there. Once we got there we walked to see the Basilica of Sacre-Coeur, a large white church that is featured in a lot of Paris photos. We were going to catch the funicular railway up to it, but it wasn't going so we had to walk. More steps. On ...