Posted 7 Oct 2019
The Millennium Hotel was the most disgusting place I've ever stayed, including camping, and military barracks. I'd sooner sleep in the airport than stay here again. The first room they put me in had food crumbles on the floor (meat and some shredded cheese). The room, even the whole 2nd floor smelled of old cigarette smoke, moldy fruit, wet shoes, and body odor. It was clear that smoking was common in the hotel, or used to be and the carpet had not been replaced since changing the rule. The smell was so strong that I had an asthma attack.
The guy at the front desk graciously allowed me to change rooms. They put me on the 4th floor. The smell was less, but still there. The room did not have food on the floor, but it was filthy. There were grains of... something, on the desk. Not dust. The curtains were ripped, the mattress had stains visible THROUGH the sheets. The shower grout was moldy. The carpet was stained. The walls, from the floor to about three feet up, were stained with splatters and scuffs from who-knows-what. The smell of carpet not vacuumed in ages hung off of everything.
I didn't touch the floor with my bare feet. I slept in my clothes, put a shirt on the pillow, and sealed everything that touched the hotel up as tight as I could before flying home. I still got sick.
I will never, ever stay here again. I will tell anyone I know that needs to stay near the airport in Paris to avoid this hotel like the plague.
Comment from Hotel Management
10 Oct 2019 by Domenico P., Hotel Management
Thank you for having booked with us and for having shared your experience and feedback.
We are sorry for the inconveniences you had. Please let me assure that our rooms are non-smoking rooms since more than 10 years. All necessary actions have been taken to convert the smoking rooms in non-smoking rooms at that time.
Nevertheless, some indelicate customers will still continue to smoke in the room and act against existing law. We do our best to clean room entirely when this happens.
We are currently working to get a general refresh of rooms and corridors financed. This would include carpets, wallpapers, curtains, some furniture and bathroom fresh up.