Appart’City Confort Nantes Centre

0.39km from city center

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Location

8.4

Great location

Close super market. Tram stop directly across the street. Location superb.

Good to know

Check in from:15:00
Check out before:11:00

Hotel description

With a stay at Appart’City Confort Nantes Centre, you'll be centrally located in Nantes, within a 10-minute drive of Machines of the Isle of Nantes and Chateau of the Dukes of Brittany. Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and a 24-hour front desk.

Reviews

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7.5
GoodBased on 3521 reviews

Good city hotel. Great location.

7.5
GoodBased on 3521 reviews

Good city hotel

Top 41% in city

Location
8.4

Great location

Close super market. Tram stop directly across the street. Location superb.

Service
8.2

Fantastic service

Everything correct. Staff helpful. Friendly staff at the reception.

7.5
GoodBased on 3521 reviews

Good city hotel. Great location.

7.5
GoodBased on 3521 reviews

WiFi
7.3

Good internet service

Good wifi connection. Free wifi. Strong wifi.

Breakfast
4.9

Breakfast can be improved

Expensive breakfast.

Room
4.2

Room needs to be improved

Worst accommodation. Kitchen area poorly equipped. Tiny rooms.

Vibe
4.0

Vibe is not too good

Bathroom was old.

Amenities
3.7

Amenities are not the best

Awkward layout. Slippery floor.

Comfort
3.6

More comfort would be nice

There is no air conditioner. Tiny rooms. Terrible noise.

Food
3.3

Food could be better

Dry dishes. No plate. No knife for cutting.

Cleanliness
2.5

Could use a good cleaning

Not the cleanest apartment. Grimy shower door. Bathroom floor dirty.

Rates from all sites

Total price for 1 night, 2 guests, 1 room

Amenities

Internet

Business

Business

Business center

General

Non-smoking, Heat, Laundry, WiFi, Elevator, Multilingual staff, Television

In the rooms

Heat, Kitchen, Television

Services

Daily newspaper, Luggage storage

Internet

Internet access, WiFi

Policies

24-hour Front Desk Service