Customer Rating Hotel Delambre Montparnasse,
3 stars Boutique hotel, rue Delambre Paris
Total number of questionnaires answered : 164
Average satisfaction : 87.51/100
Robert K.Note : 94.44Leisure60 years and more
Stay Start : 05/09/2016Stay End : 13/09/2016Reply Date : 14/09/2016
The Hotel Delambre is extremely convenient to restaurants, shopping and The Paris Metro. An added bonus are the markets set up on the adjacent avenue several days of the week. Our room was recently redecorated and was very clean and cool during warm weather. The breakfast was good but hot food choices seemed to diminish early on some days.
Paul M.Note : 94.44Leisure60 years and more
Stay Start : 30/08/2016Stay End : 01/09/2016Reply Date : 07/09/2016
A pleasant and fun area to be in..
Barry B.Note : 100Leisure60 years and more
Stay Start : 03/08/2016Stay End : 07/08/2016Reply Date : 06/09/2016
We already recommend anyone who is planning to be in Paris to stay at Delambre pointing out that it is central by metro to mostly anywhere, there is great shopping and dining nearby, after a day of stuck-inside travel and you want to get into the local time zone...why go to bed when there is a couple of great close-by walks to help with the adjustment... cemetery Montparnasse and Jardin Luxembourg
Sabine T.Note : 97.06Leisure60 years and more
Stay Start : 19/07/2016Stay End : 22/07/2016Reply Date : 26/07/2016
Great location and neighborhood. Convivial hotel and staff. The one thing that would add even more value in my opinion, would be the addition of an electric water kettle, if not in each room - at least in the lobby, so that one could make their own tea or instant coffee 24/7.
Denis F.Note : 96.67Leisure60 years and more
Stay Start : 28/06/2016Stay End : 01/07/2016Reply Date : 11/07/2016
Staff professional and very helpful.
Magdalena S.Note : 100Business- 29 years old
Stay Start : 17/05/2016Stay End : 20/05/2016Reply Date : 31/05/2016
I am fully satisfied after my stay in this hotel. I can truly recommend it.
Jacqueline P.Note : 89.06Leisure60 years and more
Stay Start : 13/05/2016Stay End : 16/05/2016Reply Date : 19/05/2016
I like the hotel, staff, room ( please tighten the bar in the bathtub in room 41). I liked the accessibility to the gare, metro, and the airport bus but I did not like the lack of good restaurants within walking distance.
JOHN B.Note : 95.83Leisure60 years and more
Stay Start : 11/04/2016Stay End : 14/04/2016Reply Date : 15/04/2016
A very pleasant and comfortable hotel in a location which was ideal for us.
Colleen M.Note : 95.31Leisure60 years and more
Stay Start : 30/12/2015Stay End : 04/01/2016Reply Date : 07/01/2016
A lovely hotel in a great location. Easy transportation from CDG airport via an Air France bus to Montparnasse station; then just a 5 minute walk to the hotel. Very warm greeting upon arrival from Jean-Paul who gave suggestions for places to eat in the neighborhood. A busy, bustling area with many restaurants from creperies to fancier places like La Rotonde or the Dome; lots of movie theaters and small shops; and metro stations just a 2 minute walk away. For those who like to walk, lovely strolls to Luxembourg Gardens, the Pantheon, or even to Musee D'Orsay. For the price of the room, it was perfect. Quiet, very clean, with a spotless bathroom. I was in a basement room that had a walk-out patio (but couldn't enjoy it in January weather). The heating system was very quiet and easily adjusted. My traveling companion was also in a basement room with patio, but her room was much smaller and she found it awkward to move around. I would not recommend her room for more than 1 person even though there was a large bed. While it doesn't have the amenities of a 5-star hotel--which I wasn't expecting either--I would definitely stay here again and hope to do so in the future.
Larry b.Note : 95.31Leisure60 years and more
Stay Start : 14/12/2015Stay End : 22/12/2015Reply Date : 08/01/2016
Have always loved this modest but classic hotel and have stayed here countless times. It is both extremely reasonable for its rating of three stars (and its accompanying amenities) and it is in an ideal location---near the intersections of three major subway (metro) lines and the RER train at Port Royal which takes you directly to the airport. Moreover, the Hotel Delambre is not only conveniently situated in a neighborhood chock full of restaurants but also is just a few paces from three major supermarkets. In addition, there is a massive, open air food market nearby on Boulevard Edgar Quinet every Wednesday and Saturday. And last, but not least, it is smack dab in the middle of the legendary quarter, Montparnasse, which just oozes so much historical ambience--the former stomping grounds of Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Pablo Picasso, Samuel Beckett, Jean Paul Sartre, Simone De Beauvoir, Paul Gaugin and Andre Breton (the latter two figures actually lived at this hotel). And the cafes that they frequented eons ago--La Coupole, Le Select, Le Dome, and the Rosebud are still extant and remain relatively unchanged today. If you are looking for a hotel that provides a gym, a pool, a sauna, or a bar, the Hotel Delambre is not for you. But if you want the traditional French experience, you should give it a shot.