Porte de Versailles Hotel - 3 Star Hotel in Paris France
Having a 24 hour reception and concierge style services, this modern styled 3 star hotel has family rooms a dedicated disabled room, en suite rooms with minibar, free WiFi, satellite and bein sports channels, a breakfast room and come meeting room and courtyard patio.
About Porte de Versailles Hotel
Situated on the outskirts of Paris in the 15th Arrondissement, the Porte de Versailles Hotel is in an ideal location for getting to Le Dome de Paris - Palais des Sports, but also the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, which is where numerous events are held including the Paris Motor Show and the Paris Book Fair.
Also known as PVH Hotel, there are other popular tourist attractions in Paris that are located within easy walking distance of this 3 star hotel including Aqua Boulevard, Parc Andre Citroen where you can enjoy Ballon de Paris hot air balloon rides, the River Seine and one of its islands where you can see the Statue of Liberty, the Parc Georges Brassens, and several more a little further including famous ones like the Eiffel Tower that can be reached with only around a 45 minute walk.
Porte de Versailles Hotel is located in a typical old Parisian building spread over several floors, yet it has been renovated to include a very modern bright design style, air conditioning, accessibility for the disabled and wheelchair users along with a small lift for easier access to the rooms, and this is now classed as one of the 3 star hotels in Paris.
Porte de Versailles Hotel Facilities
With a 24 hour reception and multilingual staff, they are able to speak English as well as French and some can also speak other languages such as Russian and Spanish, etc and are there to help you get the most out of your holiday in Paris.
For those of you arriving prior to check-in or needing to leave Paris later in the day, you may be pleased to know that they offer a luggage hold service, plus an iron and ironing board are available from reception upon request.
There is a bright modern lounge area along with the breakfast room also decorated in a very modern style, and opens up onto the courtyard patio for al fresco dining, which can also be utilised by people who smoke, as you will find that all hotels in Paris are no smoking.
Additionally, Porte de Versailles Hotel can host seminars and business meetings with items such as white board, projector, paper, pens and bottles of water supplied as required and it is the breakfast area and courtyard that can be privatised for this aspect.
Thinking of breakfast at Porte de Versailles Hotel, this is a typical French continental style with traditional French breads and pastries like croissants along with accompaniments, fresh fruit, fruit juice and hot beverages, and instead of within the breakfast room can also be served directly to your room.
Porte de Versailles Hotel is also licensed, and this means that not only will you find a minibar within your room, but various alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including French wines are available so you can relax after a day of work or sightseeing.
Talking about relaxing, there are also newspapers and magazines available within the lounge area, plus there is free WiFi throughout the hotel, so you can easily keep in touch with those back home and there are even some online newspapers that can be downloaded as well.
Rooms at the Porte de Versailles Hotel
There are 35 rooms at Porte de Versailles Hotel and all have been modernised, being decorated in a very modern style and bright style, come with double glazing, carpeting and air conditioning.
Each room has an en suite with either a bath or shower, complementary toiletries and a hairdryer and although most are on the small side except if you go for Superior double rooms that are approximately between 15 metres squared and 17 metres squared, they come equipped with a telephone, free WiFi, a personal safe, minibar plus a flat screen TV with international channels and Bein Sport so you never have to miss out on your favourite games or what is happening in the world.
There is a desk within the rooms, although some of these are very narrow and therefore some are not practical for a large laptop, plus we would like to point out that there are also some rooms on the very top located under the roof of the building, so with the slopes, these are not so convenient for someone who is tall or who has back problems etc.
However, Porte de Versailles Hotel is a family friendly hotel and they have triple rooms available, plus a baby cot can also be requested free of charge for a child under the age of 2, yet these must be requested prior to arrival and are subject to availability. Additionally, an extra can be added to some rooms for an additional charge and again, this has to be arranged prior.
There is also one room on the ground floor overlooking the courtyard patio, which is the dedicated disabled room that is suitable for wheelchair users and has a solid floor, roll-in shower, etc along with the facilities mentioned earlier.
Access to the Porte de Versailles Hotel
Located in the 15th Arrondissement, when it comes to reaching the Porte de Versailles via public transport in Paris, you will find that the bus line 39 and bus 42 along with the Noctilien Night Bus on lines N13, N62 and N145 will all get you closest to this 3 star hotel.
Yet heading towards the Paris Exo Parc des Expositions you could alto utilise the bus line 54 and bus 80 there is also the Traverse BC also known as bus line 15 and Traverse Brancion-Commerce and as the Traverse Green line in a south easterly direction from Porte de Versailles Hotel.
You could also utilise the Paris Tramway and the nearest tram stop is called the Desnouettes stop serving the T3A tram line yet heading south to the Rue d'Oradour-sur-Glane, you will come to the Porte d'Issy tramway station serving Tram line T2.
Alternatively, when you look at the Paris Metro, you have the Porte de Versailles stop serving line 12 by Le Dome de Paris - Palais des Sports and the Paris exhibition centre, although if you head in a westerly direction you will come to the Balard Metro station serving line 8 and there is also a bus stop here that serves the Paris bus line 169.
In addition, there is the Pont de Garigliano - Hopital Europeen Georges Pompidou train station also within walking distance by again heading in the same direction to the River Seine, which serves RER C train line as well, and this is also one of the options for getting to Orly Airport.