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Book a Hotelformule1 room ( Very basic french hotels) & get Breakfast for 78p per person = 1 euro promo offer

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Have tested this out @ Hotel Formule 1 Gennevilliers ,Asnieres room for 3 @ £28.29 per night/per room and 78p per person breakfast. = £30.63 per night for 3 = £10.21 per head for 3. Due to reviews,…
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Have tested this out @ Hotel Formule 1 Gennevilliers ,Asnieres room for 3 @ £28.29 per night/per room and 78p per person breakfast. = £30.63 per night for 3 = £10.21 per head for 3.

Due to reviews,maybe better suited to youngsters/students/groups not ideal families.

This offer is for a breakfast, I think it's normally 4 euros. look for the yellow promo button @ hotel name,after choosing dates.


Rooms seem to be basic but clean,they seem to have sinks,but shared bathrooms, not bad reviews on Tripadvisor too.

Excuse the translation as used Babelfish

Offer valid exclusively on Internet site http://www.hotelformule1.com and http://www.accorhotels.com, for any reservation d' a stay to be carried out between the 13/07/08 and 31/08/08, in the participating hotels in France, according to a number of allocated rooms with l' operation and subject to availabilities. The hotels Formulates 1 or hotelF1 participant in this offer grants a promotional tariff on the breakfast which is to 1 by anybody, for any reservation d' a room at least.
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#1
Hotel-For-1-mule.
#2
ibiza;2435885
Hotel-For-1-mule.


:-D lol.....did'nt notice that........does'nt translate well.lol :-D
#3
thanks for the deal but you must be joking if this company even compares to travelodge.

travelodge is 5 stars compared to this company

from experience:
the toilets are located in the corridors, so every time you need a wee wee you have to hurry along out the room and hope no one else is waiting to use the toilets. the toilets themself stink and are very small and all plastic.

there is no hotel receptionsit you can complain to: you enter the hotle by inserting your credit card in the machine which issues you a room number. so you can not change the room.

the rooms are pretty stinky

just do a review of this hotel comapny before you book:
http://travel.ciao.co.uk/Formule_1_London_Thurrock_M_25_West_Thurrock__6431311

but thanks for the deal anyway:thumbsup:
#4
monkeybrains;2435908
thanks for the deal but you must be joking if this company even compares to travelodge.

travelodge is 5 stars compared to this company

from experience:
the toilets are located in the corridors, so every time you need a wee wee you have to hurry along out the room and hope no one else is waiting to use the toilets. the toilets themself stink and are very small and all plastic.

there is no hotel receptionsit you can complain to: you enter the hotle by inserting your credit card in the machine which issues you a room number. so you can not change the room.

the rooms are pretty stinky

just do a review of this hotel comapny before you book:
http://travel.ciao.co.uk/Formule_1_London_Thurrock_M_25_West_Thurrock__6431311

but thanks for the deal anyway:thumbsup:

Thanks for the feedback,any feedback is good,positive or negative :thumbsup:
Maybe the type of place for young students etc looking for a cheap break,maybe not so good for families....mixed reviews on Tripadvisor too.thanks.
http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g187147-d300731-Reviews-Formule_1_Paris_Porte_de_Chatillon-Paris_Ile_de_France.html
#5
monkeybrains;2435908
thanks for the deal but you must be joking if this company even compares to travelodge.

travelodge is 5 stars compared to this company

from experience:
the toilets are located in the corridors, so every time you need a wee wee you have to hurry along out the room and hope no one else is waiting to use the toilets. the toilets themself stink and are very small and all plastic.

there is no hotel receptionsit you can complain to: you enter the hotle by inserting your credit card in the machine which issues you a room number. so you can not change the room.

the rooms are pretty stinky

just do a review of this hotel comapny before you book:
http://travel.ciao.co.uk/Formule_1_London_Thurrock_M_25_West_Thurrock__6431311

but thanks for the deal anyway:thumbsup:

Have amended title,thanks :thumbsup:
#6
I have stayed in two of these and must have been very lucky.
Mind you it was 10 years ago.
Rooms were excellent and we had en-suite.
Seems like a good deal to me,,,,,, unless they haven't been cleaned for 10 years. :w00t:
#7
I have stayed in these and they are a bit basic, better to stay in their more expensive (only by a few pounds ) Etap hotels. Owned by the same company but more like a travelodge, with ensuite bathrooms and the cheap breakfasts.
#8
I love these hotels, I've always found them to be clean, even if they are basic. They're perfect for a trip to paris - you wouldn't even get a youth hostel that cheap there!
#9
monkeybrains;2435908
thanks for the deal but you must be joking if this company even compares to travelodge.

travelodge is 5 stars compared to this company

Agreed! We stopped in one last year - worse place I have stopped in by far - breakfast for 78p - wouldn't want to pay much more for it anyway from what we had. Guess you must get some good and some bad ones though.
#10
well obvioulsy you can't compare a £30/night for 3 with £75 for a double, you must find some differences...
True there is no toilettes in the room (only sink & mirror for quick refresh). Make no mistake it's a low cost hotel though perfect for a 1 night stand or along with friends.
I wouldn't recommand this for a family holiday though...
#11
I must agree very basic, I only use them if desparate, not very ideal if on your own and need a P in the night, having to remember the code number to get back into your room, also very noisy they seem to have a gap of about an inch to the bottom of the room doors, so you can hear all the TV's and people taking in all th close rooms, ideal for perhaps under 20's people. Do not use them at the weekend ( often 2 nights for the priceof 1) they seem to be used by young couples looking for a room for a few hours, why I do not know ;-)
Much better to look for Premiere Classe which are en-suite and around the same price or B&B group hotels very similar and around 35 Euros a night for up to 3 people and normally secure car parks.
#12
the only thing this hotel is good for is when you need somewhere for a quick one with the mistress it use to be about £19 a night, but the turn over was so high they use to have a maid on site 247
#13
Me and my girlfriend are planning a trip to Paris in August (2nd - 8th)
(only time we can get off sadly!) On a bit of a budget, would I die or
catch anything if I stayed at this *cough* hotel??

Never been to France before, so Paris is a new adventure, looking
for cheap place to stay but would like to survive if possible!

Any other advice on offer my ears are open!
#14
These hotels aren`t that bad at all. Use them a few times a year when travelling between the Czech Republic and UK. I can recommend the the ones in Boulogne, Calais and Dunkerque if you`re booked on an early ferry across the channel. They are all staffed 24/7 and have secure car parks. Never been in one i would class as dirty. Certainly not for holidays as they are almost always in an industrial park nowhere near anywhere of interest. If you have to have en-suite then i would also recommend paying a few extra pounds and stay in the Etap variant. As for the breakfast they offer, well, dont get excited. Had it once, didnt bother again. Tea, toast a yoghurt and cereal isnt the best.
#15
Mr Oli;2436711
Me and my girlfriend are planning a trip to Paris in August (2nd - 8th)
(only time we can get off sadly!) On a bit of a budget, would I die or
catch anything if I stayed at this *cough* hotel??

Never been to France before, so Paris is a new adventure, looking
for cheap place to stay but would like to survive if possible!

Any other advice on offer my ears are open!


If all you want is a bed for the night then there is a reasonable chance you will survive to come back on comment on this thread. They are functional and cheap so you shouldn't expect too much.
banned#16
Avoid at all costs, these really do make Travelodges seem like the Hilton. The self-cleaning toilets and showers are certainly an 'interesting' experience and the 'Pas Fumer' room we had in Dunkirk was like sleeping in an ash-tray. The Breakfast is a rip-off at 78p and daylight robbery at the full price we paid. Only stayed there one night and spent most of that whistling the tune from 'The Great Escape'. :whistling: Another interesting feature was that the First Floor room we had featured a window which opened outwards completely, thankfully we didn't have any kids with us.

We'd started our Formule 1 adventure with the old adage 'You can sleep anywhere for 1 night'. Not true, must be getting old. ;-)
#17
they were ok when they were new, now they're just gross
#18
Haha Maybe I will look for somewhere slightly more upmarket if they
are all in industrial areas! There is no point going to 'see' France and
admiring their steady brickwork and functional wonders!
#19
F1 is cheap and beats sleeping the night in the car if you're travelling between places.

My brother uses F1 regularly and swears by them, granted he's a cheap a*se, but according to him he's never had a single bad experience with them.

Personally I prefer something like a Travelodge, Holoiday Inn Express or Ibis...even they are pretty frackin' far from 5* (or even 4* for that matter), but they're a little more private (bathroom wise) than the F1 and I prefer to have a face at reception.
banned#20
I'd agree that Etap, Ibis, Accor, any of those are functional but reasonably comfortable for those on a budget and having your own bathroom is always a bonus!! We stayed 1 night in an Accor at Calais and the shower nearly blew me out of the bathroom, bar downstairs was nice and the brekafast was great. :thumbsup: Don't remember it costing much either.

As for a romantic break - go for something a bit more upmarket. ;-)
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Mr Oli
Me and my girlfriend are planning a trip to Paris in August (2nd - 8th)
(only time we can get off sadly!) On a bit of a budget, would I die or
catch anything if I stayed at this *cough* hotel??

Never been to France before, so Paris is a new adventure, looking
for cheap place to stay but would like to survive if possible!

Any other advice on offer my ears are open!


I would recommend the formula 1 in porte de saint ouen - its only an 8 min walk from the metro stop, so easy to get into the centre, without have to pay extra to be closer. Thats 42 euros per night. There is an etap hotel next to it - that charges 50 euros per night, but the website also mentions 3 euros pppn supplements for 2-3 people. etap hotels are pretty basic too, its just the en suite thats different.

You may also want to know that the louvre is free on the first sunday of the month!

Enjoy paris!
#22
Warning: These hotels are not secure, and I speak from experience.

They are usually in industrial areas and there are no staff on site in the evenings. You check yourself in using a machine on the wall, which gives you a 'unique' passcode to enter the building and enter your room.

In the middle of the night using one (we have used many and our satisfaction deteriorated but this was the last straw) in Marne-la-Vallee (sp?) near Paris, there was a beeping on the code pad to our room and then the door opened.

Much shouting by the two of us led to the door closing quickly enough - but no words of apology from outside - and nobody to call to complain during the night. We barricaded the one piece of furniture which wasn't screwed down against the door until morning.

Somehow that machine had given the same code to somebody else, or somebody had a mastercode to all of the rooms. Either way, it ain't secure. We hadn't written our code down anywhere or been overheard.
#23
If you are looking for something a bit more basic than this chain, Mister Bed is worth a look.
#24
termite;2437702
If you are looking for something a bit more basic than this chain, Mister Bed is worth a look.

"Shower and toilet in the room" - if it is similar to a place we stopped in this equates to a plastic cubical in the corner of the room that doubles as a toilet and shower and you hardly have room to bend over to wipe your .....

Really was basic, and cheap, okay if you can put up with that. Personally I'd rather pay a little extra and have something that doesn't feel like a prison cell (not that I would know what one feels like:thumbsup:)
#25
erics
"Shower and toilet in the room" - if it is similar to a place we stopped in this equates to a plastic cubical in the corner of the room that doubles as a toilet and shower and you hardly have room to bend over to wipe your .....

Really was basic, and cheap, okay if you can put up with that. Personally I'd rather pay a little extra and have something that doesn't feel like a prison cell (not that I would know what one feels like:thumbsup:)


What terrible crime would you have to commit to be forced to sleep under a bunk bed that is dangling precariously from the ceiling of a prefab?
#26
Mr Oli;2436711
Me and my girlfriend are planning a trip to Paris in August (2nd - 8th)
(only time we can get off sadly!) On a bit of a budget, would I die or
catch anything if I stayed at this *cough* hotel??

Never been to France before, so Paris is a new adventure, looking
for cheap place to stay but would like to survive if possible!

Any other advice on offer my ears are open!

This seems a good offer and lovely place :-D much more romantic

http://uk.hotels.travelzoo.com/european-hotels/430293?utm_source=top20_uk&utm_medium=email_top20
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#27
termite;2437861
What terrible crime would you have to commit to be forced to sleep under a bunk bed that is dangling precariously from the ceiling of a prefab?


being a cheapskate and treating your girlfriend to a romantic trip to Paris and then booking a budget hotel???:thumbsup:
#28
monkeybrains;2435908

from experience:
the toilets are located in the corridors, so every time you need a wee wee you have to hurry along out the room and hope no one else is waiting to use the toilets. the toilets themself stink and are very small and all plastic.


Ah, but there's a sink in the room, so no reason why you can't p*ss in that during the night instead of walking down the corridor wearing your birthday suit :-D
#29
Paul_M
Ah, but there's a sink in the room, so no reason why you can't p*ss in that during the night instead of walking down the corridor wearing your birthday suit :-D


yeh but what if you ned a number 2?

and after you saying people wee wee in the sink- that just makes me puke, thinking the sink is right next to the beds
#30
gobofraggle
Warning: These hotels are not secure, and I speak from experience.

They are usually in industrial areas and there are no staff on site in the evenings. You check yourself in using a machine on the wall, which gives you a 'unique' passcode to enter the building and enter your room.

In the middle of the night using one (we have used many and our satisfaction deteriorated but this was the last straw) in Marne-la-Vallee (sp?) near Paris, there was a beeping on the code pad to our room and then the door opened.

Much shouting by the two of us led to the door closing quickly enough - but no words of apology from outside - and nobody to call to complain during the night. We barricaded the one piece of furniture which wasn't screwed down against the door until morning.

Somehow that machine had given the same code to somebody else, or somebody had a mastercode to all of the rooms. Either way, it ain't secure. We hadn't written our code down anywhere or been overheard.


that must be terrible, surely you should have complined to thier head office or something
#31
Thanks for your ideas and wisdom hot uk people!

Yes Yes Yes I am taking my girlfriend all of the way to Paris to stay
in the cheapest place I can find! I am a Norfolk boy, usually we just
present roadkill as a sign of affection! So its a step in the right direction!
Although that plush pad is sounding good!

See you in Paris maybe!
#32
Mr Oli
Thanks for your ideas and wisdom hot uk people!

Yes Yes Yes I am taking my girlfriend all of the way to Paris to stay
in the cheapest place I can find! I am a Norfolk boy, usually we just
present roadkill as a sign of affection! So its a step in the right direction!
Although that plush pad is sounding good!

See you in Paris maybe!

Well make sure you fill up on the brekkie as Paris is very expensive :thumbsup:

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