Radisson Blu Hotel, Paris-Boulogne
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
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Historical Traveler Reviews Radisson Blu Hotel, Paris-Boulogne
New & Clean!
We stayed at this Radisson in June, 2006. The hotel is only about 1 year old, it's very clean and quiet. Nice location on a fairly quiet street. There is a Chemist/Pharmacy within one block, a convenience store across the street. Nice neighbourhood for a walk in the evening.
I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone visiting Paris.
An enjoyable stay
Myself and my husband stayed here in April.
After taking 40mins to find the hotel from the Metro station we were plesantly surpised.
Hotel was new, clean, staff was friendly, and the bed was really comfy. Aircon and flat screen in each room.
It was about 15mins by metro to all the touristy places, which was both positive and negative.
Only downfall about the hotel was the price of breakfast. Im sorry im not paying 22 euros for a few cakes and tea!
Would recommend though.
Je suis venu pour travailler...mais je reviendrai pour mes vacances.
Une décoration comtemporaine, un personnel souriant et sympa.....rien à dire.
Good quality hotel
The hotel is a little far from the touristy areas of Paris but we found that it only took about 10mins to get from the Eiffel Tower by metro and the metro was fantastic, we never had to wait for more then about 2 mins for each train.
The hotel itself was great very minimalistic and trendy and breakfast was great, a lot of choice.
If you are looking for snacks in the bar there is not a lot of choice on offer but that would be my only grumble about the whole 4 days we spent there.
If returning to Paris I would like to stay a bit closer to the centre but it was no hardship in getting the metro from the Radisson!!
A little far from central but it's def worth the travelling
Having not much time since being back in the uk to write a review I am here to give one now.
My girlfriend and I had a look about at hotels around paris for a long time. I actually stumbled across this hotel via a package with eurostar for a long weekend. I checked up the reviews on the hotel and there wasn't many but I did trust them and glad we did.
From the station it is only 5 minutes walk, if that and upon reaching the front doors and having a peek inside you could tell that us staying here was going to be pleasurable.
As you walk in you notice the decor, it's a cross between feng shui and minimalism. lol is that possible? The lobby looked inviting with large comfy purple sofas. We were greeted as soon as we walked through and seen to rather quickly.
The room was directly next to the lift and made life easy to find the room. Upon entering we were pleasantly surprised at the standard and the quality too.
It was a nice and tidy room with with a king sized bed and a wonderfully comfy matress. I can't really say much except that it was a very pleasurable experence and I wouldn't hesistate to venture back there again.
Apologies for the picture quality, it was taken via my phone.
You can't go wrong here for the price we paid, 4 start and 3 star prices.
I stayed in this hotel for several weeks for business purposed, so I was looking for a comfort. The hotel has recently been redesigned and offers some very nicely designed rooms that include a free wireless internet connection (broadband) as well as 26inch lcd screens. The beds are nice and the overall room is very clean. The location is good for business travellers if you need to work in the are but at a rack rate of €295 for the superior room I know you can find more central hotels - it really depends where you need to be, though connections to central Paris with the public transport is not bad. Beware of the fact that there is absolutely nothing happening around the hotel in the evening. Closest shops are about a 15mn walk away. The only problem is that you can slightly feel and hear the underground line running under the hotel every 10mn until shortly after midnight. Air conditioning is also noisy. But be sure to go directly through the hotel reservationsm as they are very open to negotiate the prices. I got a 50% (!!) discount on the rack rate just after asking for a little help.
A Very nice hotel
In Radisson hotel i spent with my boyfriend 3 great days in Paris!!!The hotel is wonderful.For us the most important thing was the clean.and this hotel was extremelly clean!Also the food was plenty and very tasty and the stuff very polite.Its a modern hotel with all the things that you will be need for pleasant holidays in Paris,even in the hotel.Oh and be careful with the channels in the flat TV.it has PAYTV ....
This really is a great hotel! I stayed here with my boyfriend for four nights in September, and we really can recommend it. It was opened in July 2005.
Our room was spacious and modern, with air conditioning, Philips flat-screen tv, a large bathroom, and was well-isolated from the outside traffic. The staff are extremely friendly and helpful and speak good English. The bed was extremely comfortable. Oh, and you get free internet access!
The mini bar contains cans of soda, but they cost 4 euros. Right across the street from the hotel there is a small grocery shop, so buy your cans of soda here instead (they cost 1 euro). You should get snacks, juice and water here as well.
The only negative thing about the hotel is that it's a little far from the city center. We payed about 10 euros for each taxi-ride into town, but you can also take the metro. It's pretty close to the Eiffel Tower, and about 30 minutes from the airport. Other than that, this is a hotel we highly recommend.
The new Radisson Hotel in Paris is realy nice. I was with my girlfriend there and we enjoyed it very much: clean, modern, PERFECT breakfast, nice staff, only 10 minutes by metro to the Franklin Roosevelt metro station (Champs Elysees). The rooms are not large, but also not small, probably they are large for Paris. There is a flat TV-screen in the room.
I would recommend everyone to stay at this hotel.
The only problem was that the mini bar had not been full by arrival and after my check-out they charged me the drinks I had never taken. I contacted the management by email, explained the situation and they immediately credited my account, very professional!
I hope I will be back soon.
Very good hotel
I visited Paris with my wife and 2 children the last week of July 2005. We stayed at the SAS RADISSON HOTEL BOULOGNE for 6 nights. We were given 2 rooms at the 7th floor. The hotel is really good,the room was large, compared to Parisian standards, and the bathroom was very clean, modern and large. The hotel provided us with everything a traveller would need, including slippers, bath-robes and a wide collection of shampoos etc. The bed was the most comfortable I've ever slept on. The staff was friendly, polite and really helpfull. The breacfast buffet was excellent. There was not heard traffic or other noise on the 7th floor.
The hotel is located between the 16th arrondisement and Villancourt. In the map of Paris is at the lower left corner. The neighbourhood is absolutely safe and there are many restaurants in the area (Japanese, Chinese, French etc.) The commercial center of Villancourt is about 300 meters away. Across the street there is also a "boulangerie" with excellent croissants and pastries at really low prices. At a very close distance (100-300 meters) there are 2 Mcdonalds and a KFC. There is a metro station at a distance of 100 meters and another one about 300 meters away.
The TAXI from the Champ Elysee to the hotel costed about 14 EUROS including the extra charge for the fourth person and the time needed was 5-10 minutes (end of July late night).
TripAdvisor Reviews Radisson Blu Hotel, Paris-Boulogne
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