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We thought that the hotel was good and the reception was kind and helpful. We asked for an extra pillow and it was delivered quickly without complaint. The breakfast was nice and there was enough choice.
I don't know what the other rooms in this hotel look like but our room (701) was fantastic! It was connected to a rooftop patio that overlooked the city and you could see the Eiffel Tower in the distance. The beds were comfortable (even the...More
We stayed at the hotel for one night 29/06/17 (family with 2 children). Couple of minutes away from the metro and train station (there is also the noctilien bus starting point for CDG airport). Our room was at the top floor with beautiful views at...More
We stayed one night because of proximity to the train stations and the Ibis reputation. Clean, quiet tiny room with a good bed. The staff was helpful and it was all we needed. Walking distance to some good cafés and restaurants.
We stayed in this ibis for 1 night last week. Delightful stay until it came to checking out! I had agreed to pay at check out which was fine, however when it came to this time i noticed an invoice email had been sent to...More
$77 - $211 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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