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Ideally situated next to the Latin Quarter and only 10 minutes to the Eiffel Tower by subway, this upscale hotel features spacious rooms designed in a contemporary style. Other room categories are available, most offering stunning views of the city. Pullman Paris Montparnasse is easy walking distance to Saint-Germain-des-Près and Luxembourg Gardens while Notre-Dame Cathedral, Musee D'Orsay, the Rodin Museum, and the Sorbonne University are all in close proximity.
 
Location: 14th District, Montparnasse, Luxembourg Gardens
Subway: Montparnasse / Gaite

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  • Onedia W :
Lovely Place to Stay for my first trip to Paris!

I really enjoyed my time at this hotel. We got there by Le Bus Direct and it dropped us right across the street from the hotel. When we got to the hotel, the front desk ladies were more than accommodating. They were able to check us in early, which was greatly appreciated. They also were able to waive the deposit for us if we paid the taxes up front which was also very helpful. I was not happy that we were asked to leave a $300 deposit but glad they worked it out. The room was nice, it suitably sized for me and my sister. Smaller than typical American hotel rooms but not cramped. It had a great view of Montparnasse. We didn't try the food as a coffee for 6 euro in the hotel lobby put us off. Speaking of coffee, somebody did come in my room and say, "Coffee??" and I yelled "Excuse Me!" and he left with the quickness. I then called down to the front desk and asked them what was going on. The lady said that she thought that they made a mistake, but I found it strange that room service would enter your room without your knowledge and just use their key. Needless to say, I wasn't cool with that, especially after what just happened to Kim Kardashian in Paris. I'm not quite Kim...but still. The hotel was conveniently located near the train station, Gare Montparnasse and we were easily able to get around Paris. Not the closest to the Eiffel Tower but not far at all. The concierge was very helpful as well. Gave restaurant suggestions and even made reservations for us one night. However, when we told them that we were taking the train to Belleville, they told us not to go dressed the way we were and all we had on were coats and faux fur stoles. Maybe they looked real? Although it was a little weird, it was nice to know we had somebody looking out for us while we were in Paris. Special shout-out to Girard who gave us some good speakeasies and rooftops to visit, that was also really nice. All things considered, it was a good experience. I would stay again.

  • DS-BR : Sao Paulo, SP
Good hotel, some changes implemented!

I have been staying in this hotel since its brand was Meridien. It is a big hotel, used mainly by business travellers. Its location is good, easy acces to Gare Montparnasse. Many restaurants in the area. Rooms are spacious and comfortable. With Pullman brand, the lobby was changed with more modern look. I agree with other reviews about some critics, there are some ups and downs: I confirm that wifi at rooms not very consistent (depends on room location), room service not so fast, breakfast service. For me one thing is missing is a casual restaurant for quick dinners, not the classic one. As business traveller, I would return because of location. As a tourist, only if price is competitive.

  • tempscreenname : New York City, New York
Some improvements from my last visit, but could stand improvements

Every time I stay at this hotel, it seems they have made some improvements. This trip, I found the bed particularly comfortable, and the room amicably quiet. However, the rooms are small side, have awkwardly placed closets, always seem either too hot or too cold, and the windows cannot be opened for fresh air. The bathroom is a schizophrenic mix of several styles: white shower tile with a dark blue designed band of detail, a black/white granite sink vanity, strange light blue tiles on the floor, and a most unfortunate tiny closet of a room containing the toilet and bidet decorated in stained bright yellow and unattractive wallpaper. It's harsh to anyone with remote aesthetic sensibility. And again: SHOULD BE BETTER CLEANED, including the walls.And for added visual enjoyment: the curtains in my room were haphazardly TAPED to the wall at the edge. Why? Did a hotel patron find a sliver of light in the morning bothersome and correct this with a sort of electrical/duct tape? Did the hotel staff do this for some other reason? It was just odd. Also a curiosity: the entire week, I woke up with sore and puffy eyes. Maybe they sprayed the room with something. Maybe they use a laundry detergent to which I am allergic. Maybe they didn't properly steam clean the room for someone with allergies, and maybe their vents need to be cleaned. But whatever the reason, by day five, my eyes legitimately HURT. The pain went away completely a couple of days after I departed the hotel. What they got right:- The mattress was comfortable- Large full length mirror- Bigalow products were replenished daily: shampoo, conditioner, bath gel, and lotion (well, one day I got two lotions and two bath gels, but 4/5 wasn't bad)- Room has an easy-to-use safe- (Tourist) Maps of Paris and the Metro were provided upon request at the front desk- Breakfast buffet had a nice mix of fruit, meats, cheeses, breads/pastries, jams, and hot foods (disclaimer: I only ate the fruit and bread for breakfast, so cannot vouch for the taste of the other foods)- Big desk - great for working- Decent wi-fi- Also provided: slippers, cotton balls, cotton swabs, a shoe cloth, a small sewing kit, a tiny nail fileMy repetitive complaint:- The bathrooms need updating and cleaning, in particular the old and dated, stained walls in the mini toilet/bidet room off the bath- The thermostats in the rooms should be checked to ensure they work- While nicely surface cleaned (except the toilet/bidet room), the room was in need of a serious steam/deep clean (floors, bed, curtains, walls...)- Curtains should not be taped to a wall, and the cleaning staff should notice and correct/remove it, or if it has a functional purpose, the hotel should come up with a better, more visually pleasing solution- The windows should open slightly, at least - the room had no fresh air, which may have helped my allergies- The closets in this hotel are difficult to get in to, the doors are clumsy and there is furniture placed oddly in front of the door on the side in which you are meant to hang your clothes, it's a bothersome maneuverOther:- Rooms also have a TV (I never watch TV in hotels)- The bellmen temporary lost my luggage (partly my fault as I misplaced my ticket) when I dropped them at check out, noting that I would pick them up a couple of hours later for my flight. Even though I had just dropped them, someone walked me back to the long-term storage (they clearly weren't there), and then when we left just kept that door near to the elevator bank un-secured and wide open, unlocked. And that was that as for their help. Not one of them bothered to look in near term storage. Not one of them remembered me or my bags (green and red, not your standard pieces) even though I had just recently dropped them. At that point, nervous to make my flight, I had to go speak with someone at the front desk, who said she would help me shortly. I went to use the rest room, and when I came back, my bags were miraculously on a cart near the woman's desk (she was most helpful!), but no one, not even her, could tell me how long my bags had been there, or who had put them there. Odd and a bit disconcertingGeneral:- This is a generic, large hotel that has conference capacity, located near the Montparnasse train station- The immediate area is not so attractive, but it is a 20-30 minute walk to St Germain- The service, as upon my prior visits, is a mixed bag: some great, some good, some not at allWould I stay again:- Not if I had a choice to stay elsewhereAlso a curiosity: the entire week, I woke up with sore and puffy eyes. Maybe they sprayed the room with something. Maybe they use a laundry detergent to which I am allergic. Maybe they didn't properly steam clean the room for someone with allergies, and maybe their vents need to be cleaned. But whatever the reason, by day five, my eyes legitimately HURT. The pain went away completely a couple of days after I departed the hotel. What they got right:- The mattress was comfortable- Large full length mirror- Bigalow products were replenished daily: shampoo, conditioner, bath gel, and lotion (well, one day I got two lotions and two bath gels, but 4/5 wasn't bad)- Room has an easy-to-use safe- (Tourist) Maps of Paris and the Metro were provided upon request at the front desk- Breakfast buffet had a nice mix of fruit, meats, cheeses, breads/pastries, jams, and hot foods (disclaimer: I only ate the fruit and bread for breakfast, so cannot vouch for the taste of the other foods)- Big desk - great for working- Decent wi-fi- Also provided: slippers, cotton balls, cotton swabs, a shoe cloth, a small sewing kit, a tiny nail fileMy repetitive complaint:- The bathrooms need updating and cleaning, in particular the old and dated, stained walls in the mini toilet/bidet room off the bath- The thermostats in the rooms should be checked to ensure they work- While nicely surface cleaned (except the toilet/bidet room), the room was in need of a serious steam/deep clean (floors, bed, curtains, walls...)- Curtains should not be taped to a wall, and the cleaning staff should notice and correct/remove it, or if it has a functional purpose, the hotel should come up with a better, more visually pleasing solution- The windows should open slightly, at least - the room had no fresh air, which may have helped my allergies- The closets in this hotel are difficult to get in to, the doors are clumsy and there is furniture placed oddly in front of the door on the side in which you are meant to hang your clothes, it's a bothersome maneuverOther:- Rooms also have a TV (I never watch TV in hotels)- The bellmen temporary lost my luggage (partly my fault as I misplaced my ticket) when I dropped them at check out, noting that I would pick them up a couple of hours later for my flight. Even though I had just dropped them, someone walked me back to the long-term storage (they clearly weren't there), and then when we left just kept that door near to the elevator bank un-secured and wide open, unlocked. And that was that as for their help. Not one of them bothered to look in near term storage. Not one of them remembered me or my bags (green and red, not your standard pieces) even though I had just recently dropped them. At that point, nervous to make my flight, I had to go speak with someone at the front desk, who said she would help me shortly. I went to use the rest room, and when I came back, my bags were miraculously on a cart near the woman's desk (she was most helpful!), but no one, not even her, could tell me how long my bags had been there, or who had put them there. Odd and a bit disconcertingGeneral:- This is a generic, large hotel that has conference capacity, located near the Montparnasse train station- The immediate area is not so attractive, but it is a 20-30 minute walk to St Germain- The service, as upon my prior visits, is a mixed bag: some great, some good, some not at allWould I stay again:- Not if I had a choice to stay elsewhere Every time I stay at this hotel, it seems they have made some improvements. This trip, I found the bed particularly comfortable, and the room amicably quiet. However, the rooms are small side, have awkwardly placed closets, always seem either too hot or too cold, and the windows cannot be opened for fresh air. The bathroom is a schizophrenic mix of several styles: white shower tile with a dark blue designed band of detail, a black/white granite sink vanity, strange light blue tiles on the floor, and a most unfortunate tiny closet of a room containing the toilet and bidet decorated in stained bright yellow and unattractive wallpaper. It's harsh to anyone with remote aesthetic sensibility. And again: SHOULD BE BETTER CLEANED, including the walls.And for added visual enjoyment: the curtains in my room were haphazardly TAPED to the wall at the edge. Why? Did a hotel patron find a sliver of light in the morning bothersome and correct this with a sort of electrical/duct tape? Did the hotel staff do this for some other reason? It was just odd. Also a curiosity: the entire week, I woke up with sore and puffy eyes. Maybe they sprayed the room with something. Maybe they use a laundry detergent to which I am allergic. Maybe they didn't properly steam clean the room for someone with allergies, and maybe their vents need to be cleaned. But whatever the reason, by day five, my eyes legitimately HURT. The pain went away completely a couple of days after I departed the hotel. What they got right:- The mattress was comfortable- Large full length mirror- Bigalow products were replenished daily: shampoo, conditioner, bath gel, and lotion (well, one day I got two lotions and two bath gels, but 4/5 wasn't bad)- Room has an easy-to-use safe- (Tourist) Maps of Paris and the Metro were provided upon request at the front desk- Breakfast buffet had a nice mix of fruit, meats, cheeses, breads/pastries, jams, and hot foods (disclaimer: I only ate the fruit and bread for breakfast, so cannot vouch for the taste of the other foods)- Big desk - great for working- Decent wi-fi- Also provided: slippers, cotton balls, cotton swabs, a shoe cloth, a small sewing kit, a tiny nail fileMy repetitive complaint:- The bathrooms need updating and cleaning, in particular the old and dated, stained walls in the mini toilet/bidet room off the bath- The thermostats in the rooms should be checked to ensure they work- While nicely surface cleaned (except the toilet/bidet room), the room was in need of a serious steam/deep clean (floors, bed, curtains, walls...)- Curtains should not be taped to a wall, and the cleaning staff should notice and correct/remove it, or if it has a functional purpose, the hotel should come up with a better, more visually pleasing solution- The windows should open slightly, at least - the room had no fresh air, which may have helped my allergies- The closets in this hotel are difficult to get in to, the doors are clumsy and there is furniture placed oddly in front of the door on the side in which you are meant to hang your clothes, it's a bothersome maneuverOther:- Rooms also have a TV (I never watch TV in hotels)- The bellmen temporary lost my luggage (partly my fault as I misplaced my ticket) when I dropped them at check out, noting that I would pick them up a couple of hours later for my flight. Even though I had just dropped them, someone walked me back to the long-term storage (they clearly weren't there), and then when we left just kept that door near to the elevator bank un-secured and wide open, unlocked. And that was that as for their help. Not one of them bothered to look in near term storage. Not one of them remembered me or my bags (green and red, not your standard pieces) even though I had just recently dropped them. At that point, nervous to make my flight, I had to go speak with someone at the front desk, who said she would help me shortly. I went to use the rest room, and when I came back, my bags were miraculously on a cart near the woman's desk (she was most helpful!), but no one, not even her, could tell me how long my bags had been there, or who had put them there. Odd and a bit disconcertingGeneral:- This is a generic, large hotel that has conference capacity, located near the Montparnasse train station- The immediate area is not so attractive, but it is a 20-30 minute walk to St Germain- The service, as upon my prior visits, is a mixed bag: some great, some good, some not at allWould I stay again:- Not if I had a choice to stay elsewhere

  • EuroMaverick : Brussels, Belgium
Nice hotel in the Center of Paris

Your typical business hotel but with everything well done. Very friendly personnel. Got a free upgrade to a nice room with a view on the 24th floor! Nice and cosy. Bathrobe and slippers. Little fridge that was however empty. The only bad thing was the bad TV interface you need to use to find out about the room service. Correctly priced for the center of Paris.

  • sousou607 : Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Nice place

we stayed in this hotel last November , it was nice , well located, attentive staff,we felt safe and welcomed during the week we stayed.all day dining restaurant had friendly employees.we will return for sure once we decide to visit paris again.

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  • 953 rooms
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Classic Room includes:
  • 1 full bathroom
  • Telephone with voice mail
  • Air conditioning
  • Television
  • Hairdryer
  • Mini-bar
  • In-room safe
  • Wireless Internet access
Bonus - Breakfast included daily.

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Pullman Paris Montparnasse
19 Rue du Commandant Rene Mouchotte, 75014 Paris France

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