We didn't realize an Ibis Budget hotel was different from Ibis hotels until too late. Ibis Budget has recently bought and rebranded the Etap chain of low budget hotels. We paid 54 euros for a night, plus tax. They charged us for breakfast, even though we didn't ask for it. Had to get refunded in cash as that is all they could figure out to do with their system. The hotel concierge made it clear I was causing them a great inconvenience when I asked for a refund for a breakfast we didn't want or order.
The room is very clean, and has clean sheets and a clean private bathroom and shower. We had two twin beds that were firm.
The room smells like cheap cologne (realized after about 15 minutes of hunting for a glade air freshener that it was their cleaning products improperly rinsed off shower and bathroom walls). Heard loud conversations until 1 am, which travelled down the ventilation system, then was woken at 5 am by garbage trucks picking up dumpsters, then at 6 am when neighbor rolled their luggage down the hallway. It is like staying at a YMCA, except the Y is quieter. For $20 to $30 more you can stay at a much nicer place and it will be well worth the investment.
Travel tip: The shuttle bus here is confusing (they all are). When at the train station, look for the sign that shows the hotel brand names (in this case, Etap). You are taking the bus that goes to Paris Nord 2 (abbreviated to PN2). The bus stops at all the CDG terminals and several of the budget hotels. You won't miss your hotel stop - it's very clear when you get there.
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