Well were should i start.
We arrived in paris which was fine, we had a bit of a trek to get from the airport to our hotel but we thought we would give it ago. We went to get a train ticket, which we had to queue up for about 20 mins, when we got to the front of the queue and found out the machine doesn't take Euro notes. What a waste of time, we then had another 30 mins to queue at the counter. The train was really easy to use we thought, and had no problems at all. You also see some of the country why you are on the 30 minute ride.
When we arrived at the hotel, it had one small window. When we opened the door it was nothing i ever imagined. The walls were covered in a deep red carpet like material and there was 2 chairs. We could just make out a small room at the back but wasn't sure. We arrived at 11.00am on a very sunny morning. We had arrived early hoping to check in, no such luck. We was met by the owner who was ok and told us to come back in two hours, we could leave the case, thank god it had a very big lock on it.
When we arrived back we checked in and was told our room was ready, we went to the lift. When i opened the door i couldn't believe it, we could just squeeze in with our 1 suit case. Thank god this lift didn't break down, I dont know how we would have been rescued.
On arriving at the room we opened the door and was met by the most strangest smell. The room was on a slant, and the bed was nearly on the floor. It was clean but THAT WAS IT.
We did stay the three nights and all was ok, no problems with security and anexcellent location.
We never saw one other person staying at this hotel and I'm glad. Every time we left or returned we thought we were part of the Moulon Rouge. Very Seedy Impression given.
For the price that we paid, it was a bed to sleep on that is it. We will return to Paris again and in the same area but Never, Never to this hotel.
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