A mixed standard hotel.
Friendly staff, a welcoming reception and bar area with ample off road secure parking.
We stayed here for a visit to some of the nearby towns and villages, but also a day trip to Paris.
Leaving the vibrant reception / lounge area, the room corridors are something of a shock, very stark, prison like.
The rooms are small, a little drab, but with comfortable beds, some hanging space and a small table / desk; no kettle.
Bathrooms are lacking, a little rundown, but functional.
Overall, this was a reasonable hotel for the price, and was a good location to base yourself from, with easy access to main roads and the train station.
Hotel and lobby area looks nice. Stuff is friendly.
Room and especially bath looks used and not up to date. TV (4:3) is old.
I did not sleep well on the bed. A gap appeared in the night from the two mattresses.
Breakfast was good although a fresh baguette would be more French.
Stayed here whilst working outside Paris so much better than English budget hotels for the same price. A little expensive for food and drink so a few local dining places are only a short walk away. The rooms are comfortable and well kitted out. Good facilities for breakfast and offer room service and polite staff. Only downside was having booked early morning calls two days running the staff failed in both occasions to wake me !
Easy to find with ample outside parking. Hotel seemed a little 'tired-looking' and dated. A large reception area, and check in involved filling in forms manually (which seemed a bit odd and cumbersome for an internet booking). Of the five Ibis hotels we stayed in during our drive around Europe, this one was the most shabby looking with small rooms, dirty corridor carpets, low ceilings etc. Room was okay - reasonable clean and bed comfortable.
We did not have dinner in the hotel, but were swamped at breakfast with a swarm of young Chinese students who ran amok in the restaurant area, not leaving much for anyone else! Eventually some staff came out of hiding, and resupplied trays plates, cutlery, bread, cheese, ham, etc. We discovered Evry is the Accor hotels training ground and has an academy in the town for Mercure/Ibis staff. It was pretty average on everything though - just literally somewhere to put your head down and rest up briefly before hitting Paris on the motorway!
if you are from the UK ...look elsewhere! This is the worst hotel I have encountered for a feeling of anti English. I arrived at 530 pm had to sit and wait 10 minutes for anyone to appear at reception desk. Went for a beer later- was completely blanked by a staff member who was too busy on her iPad chatting on Facebook . The same member of staff then had no comprehension of how to spell my name when asked to charge meal bill to my room, had to take the pen off her and spell it out! She then had the audacity to wave me away from the till with some sort of French grunt !!! Terrible , I will revert to Holiday Inn next time even if I have to drive fir an hour....