This is a one star, low cost and old Hotel. The rooms are equipped with furnishing from the 80´s, bought at Ikea. The bathrooms are not in a good condition and it was not very clean. It is very noisy in the rooms. You can hear the cars from the street, your room neigbours and the Metro, which is running under the Building. But the Hotel is 500m away from the Paris Expo Porte des Versailles. If you want to visit a fair and if you just want to stay one night and if you have no other requirements as a room with a bed and a shower, it will be ok. But nothing more than ok. The stuff is friendly, but they do not speak any foreign language. The only comfort is that the wireless internet connection is free.
The quater around the Hotel is nice. A lot of restaurants are around it. Parking is not easy in this quater of Paris and the Hotel does not offer any parkings.
I can not recommend this Hotel. Only for one night after a day at the exhibition it is acceptable.
A frankly amazing place for aficionados of Art Deco. Not particularly well located in the not so elegant suburbs of Paris, it is nestled in the cultural center "Marcel Landowski" containing a public library and a coffee shop. One can be sure that there is never any crowd - a pity indeed, as its collection is breathtaking. Among the star pieces is an outstanding Tamara de Lempicka - not to be missed!
Encore un restau indien médiocre...
Franchement j'ai l'impression que les Français n'ont jamais mangé indien pour se faire servir quelque chose de si inintéressant... Le curry est gras et fade, les bahjiis sont des mauvais "onion rings" qui ressemble à ce qu'on vous sert à Mc do...
The rooms are pricey and its not central Paris - however the restaurant is good, the bar open until late.
The rooms are a decent size, well kept, tidy and as you would expect. The 'frills' include coffee and tea facilities in your room. convenient if you don't have time for breakfast. However breakfast is served from 6.30am onwards and it is the usual continental style buffet.
The mix of cocktails and drinks is good, but reflected in the price!
Good place to go for some italian food in Puteaux. The pizza is woth the money, my friends had some pasta and were happy as well.
Every Friday and Saturday evening there is a karaoke event.
standard parisian bistro, nothing special. allthough having been here frequently with large groups for afterwork drinks we never got treated any nicer. Their billing system is very confusing and is often wrong, always in favour of the owner of course.
one of my favourite italian restaurants in paris. excellent fresh pizzas and an interesting menu of more traditional italian dishes. very staff, nice italian/bistro deco and a sunny terrace in summer. a conseiller
After the name Hotel Victoria in Puteaux was burned, the owner decided to rename this place to Hotel Douglas. Funny idea ;)
On the web site, you see fantastic renovated rooms, but still only one half of the hotel is still crapy, the bathroom is a plastic box in the room, too small an dirty.
The breakfast room is renovated, still instant coffee and a very small buffett.
Maybe, after the complete renovation, it's worth the three star classification, at this stage, it is too expensive for the value.