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Typical Paris hotel style - small for north American standard. However, it is more spacious than most of it in this area. The lobby has computer for guest and WiFi only works in the lobby.
The subway station is only a block away. Chinatown is...More
We stayed here on a EF Tour with 8th graders but I am writing this to warn adults about it here. I had to wait about 15 minutes for a hot shower, which is a drizzle. The beds are two twins pushed together and about...More
We spent four nights at this hotel. The staff was extremely helpful. It has a great location. The Metro system is about a short block away from the hotel. Our room was nice, clean, and quiet. We did not take the option of having breakfast...More
Near the Latin quarter with great restaurants close by. Metro also close but a fair distance from city centre. Used metro a lot which was really easy. Room was fairly basic but clean. Good service.
We didn't have breakfast here but there were lots of...More
Stayed for 2 nights end September, we had 2 triple bed rooms. The decor looked tired - with dull carpets and walls, and traditional brown wooden hotel furniture. LCD TV, tea/coffee sachets and a kettle, small fridge which was was useful for storing our bottled...More
Far off the beaten path, this part of Paris is a forgotten gem worth exploring. Avenue d’Ivry houses Europe's largest Chinatown with great Asian supermarkets and shops, and a thrilling atmosphere around Chinese New Year. Place d’Italie impresses onlookers as soon as they set their eyes on it. Not far, around La Butte aux Cailles, the streets suddenly imitate provincial France and you’ll feel like you’ve
been transported. The beauty of these streets lies in their surprises around every twist and turn.