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Hotel Les Bulles de Paris

#1,398 of 1,773 Hotels in Paris
32 rue des Ecoles | 5th Arr., 75005 Paris, France (Formerly California Saint Germain)
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Well i booked the hotel on booking.com and it said its 4 stars and in my opinion it doesnt deserve that much . I liked there decoration of the rooms and it has nice view but its a bit expensive because it doesnt deserve the 4 stars and there breakfast is weak i have been to 2 stars hotels who... More 

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