Ibis Paris la Defense 1

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

4 Boulevard de Neuilly La Defense 1 Pont de Neuilly, Paris La Defense Cedex, Paris, Ile-de-France
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  • Couples76
  • Solo72
  • Business49

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by dr.firas about Ibis Paris Orly Aeroport

Last year after going back from Morocco, I had to spend one day in Ibis Paris Orly Aeroport
I was really glad from the hotel quality, it is your best choice when you are forced to stay one night in Paris before getting your plane without leaving the Aeroport zone!
rooms are good, and you'll have all you need there!
good breakfast as well!

Tall appartment buildings

by codrutz

I was impressed by the tallness of the apartment buildings around Place d'Italie. I counted no less than 25 floors. And beside those two that are just across the Ibis Paris on Avenue d'Italie, there are more than six, maybe eight as high as this one but with a different design.

As much as I think the view is lovely from above there, perhaps you can see the entire Paris, I don't know If i would like to live so high, like in a skyscraper, as for my home.


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Hotel Ibis La Defense

by Bimalaggarwal

I have booked at Hotel Ibis La defense.
Can anybody provide feedback about this hotel? Any experiences?

How far is this hotel from a metro station?
How can I reach Charles de Gaulle Airport from here early in the morning (6 - 6:30 am)?

Any answers will be highly appreciated.

RE: Hotel Ibis La Defense

by tashski

This may help: you could try www.ratp.fr for public transport times, etc - displays in english also. You can put in departure point (if know address/street of Hotel Ibis) and destination and it will map journey for you. Sorry, can't help with hotel info.

RE: Hotel Ibis La Defense

by nygaston

if it is the hotel Ibis near Pt de Neuilly , the nearest metro station is ESPLANADE, close to the Hotel Novotel.

the rooms are small but it is correct

the only way to reach CDG early in the morning is to take the taxi or the bus (noctilien or noctambus?)
the bus AIR FRANCE start later from Pte Maillot (not far)

Ibis Paris Bagnolet

by murdessa


We will be arriving at Charles de Gaulle airport at about 10am & making our way to this hotel. Any suggestions for the best way to get there? The metro or taxi? I don't really know the general expenses involved. Any help greatly appreciated! & if you're going to see Legendary Pink Dots, let us know!!

Re: Ibis Paris Bagnolet

by Jeannette1

I stayed at this hotel last month. I believe that there is a bus line that goes to and from the airport. Check the hotel website and it will tell you the bus number. That would be the cheapest way.
A taxi cab may not be too expensive since the Ibis /Bagnolet is right on the outskirt of Paris and not too far from the airport.

Re: Re: Ibis Paris Bagnolet

by Jeannette1

It's bus number 351 to go from CDG to the hotel.
You can also take the subway. Gallieni is the subway station close to the hotel.

If you have a lot of luggage, you may want to take a taxi and save yourself the ordeal of carrying luggage on a bus or in the subway.
Bon voyage!

Ibis Paris Défense Courbevoie

by gomit

I go to Paris in August and i'll stay in hotel Ibis Courbevoie (39 Quai Paul Doumer). Can anybody tell me something about the surroundings. Is it safe at night, how can i get to the nearest metro station (by foot or it's to long distance). Maybe someone has stayed in that hotel and can tell me something about it.

RE: Ibis Paris Défense Courbevoie

by Beausoleil

If you mean Ave. Paul Doumer, you are a few blocks from two different Metro stations. Trocadero may be the closest. Yes, the area is perfectly safe. You are quite near the Eiffel Tower.

You are certainly close enough to either La Muette or Trocadero metro stations to walk. I've not stayed in that hotel. Perhaps someone else has.

You can see a photo of your hotel with a little map at http://photos.pagesjaunes.fr/

You may be able to get a hotel review on Trip Advisor at http://www.tripadvisor.com/SearchForum

Good luck.

RE: RE: Ibis Paris Défense Courbevoie

by gomit

i'm afraid it's not Ave. Paul Doumer. it's near La Defense metro station but i don't know the exact distance. it's on the bank of Seine

RE: Ibis Paris Défense Courbevoie

by Beausoleil

Okay, I found it. You are way out in la Defense in Courbevoie. I've never been out there so can't tell you anything. It's not on any of my Paris maps in any detail. It looks like you could take the #1 Metro to the Esplanade metro station but it also looks like a pretty long walk in a not-so-great walking area, i.e. lots of traffic. I found one review and will put it here with the link . . . below.

"Only drawback might be the 15/20 min walk to the RER (at La Defence - Zone 3) or Metro (Pont de Neuilly Zone 2). Once on the RER only 1 stop to the Champs Elysee."


Obviously from what they said, the Pont de Neuilly Metro would be cheaper since it's zone 2. All the other reviews I found gave driving directions, not Metro. It's a business area so many would be driving.

It's an Ibis Hotel so it should be very nice and the la Defense area is supposed to be very interesting. I'm just not sure how easy it is to get your luggage from the airport to your hotel. Perhaps you could take a taxi from the metro station to the hotel or use an airport shuttle.

Hopefully, someone on VT from Paris who goes back and forth will answer your question. Sorry I couldn't be more help.

RE: RE: Ibis Paris Défense Courbevoie

by gomit

Thanks for some informations and for your effort. Maybe someone else can write something?

RE: Ibis Paris Défense Courbevoie

by oliviertia

LA DEFENSE is a business district. Safe during the day. Less so at night.

There is a big commercial / shopping center at La Defense (near l'Arche). So the place attracts a lot of people. With RER A, you also get a few people from the suburbs (and also tourists).

At night, I would advise you use metro line 1, instead of RER A. It is safer.

Travel Tips for Paris

Public toilets are now free

by codrutz

If I remember correctly toilets were not free in Paris, as they are not free in any city in France, you are supposed to pay 40-50cents to automatic toilets or to the ones that are supervised.

There are now on the streets of Paris these automatic toilets that were transformed from "payant" (with a fee) to "non-payant" (free). Just check the availability and push the button to open.

Pay attention if you never used this automatic toilets! Don't enter the toilet immediately after another person, as after each use the door is closing and a washing cycle of up to one minute begins. So wait for the wash to finish then push the button to open the door for you.


by thinking

Parisian women in the know make the trek out to the end of the Métro Line 13. They head to Hammam Pacha, an authentic women-only Maghrebi bathhouse.

Hammam Pacha knows its worth. On a gray Sunday, a steady flow of Parisians and St.-Denis residents gladly handed over 29 euros (about $35 at $1.21 to the euro) for a day pass plus 13 euros for a body exfoliation, or gommage. Other services like épilation (waxing), massage, a "masque de beauty" or body wrap together can run around 120 euros. Visitors shuck their layers and stuff them in metal gym lockers (keys are provided), and slip on white freshly laundered cotton waffle robes, snap together disposable flip-flops, and join the tide of women as they shuffle to the wet rooms through the salle de repos — the harem-style resting room where visitors can sip tea while lying on straw tatami mats cushioned with embroidered pillows from Arab lands while admiring the Middle Eastern tiled ceilings.

Paris Friends

by gaechka

I've been hosted by Fabien.Great guy,W-hospitality+super motorbyke+exselent couch, and very nice flatmate,Willem! Ian very glad aou contact and proud of myself,caous I've been 1st "couchsurfiger" for him.


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 Ibis Paris la Defense 1

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Accor Paris La Defense Centre
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Address: 4 Boulevard de Neuilly La Defense 1 Pont de Neuilly, Paris La Defense Cedex, Paris, Ile-de-France