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The rooms were extremely small. We had to complain after three days to change the sheets and towels. At breakfast Nutella finished and for three days they didn t have any. The lobby id unpleasant. The only positive is that at least the personnel tries...More
I stayed two nights, and went off outside Paris one day, when coming back for my next stay, a very bad room was allocated to me, so small that I can barely move around. The reception desk asked me to wait one night to change...More
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Location and good value for money if booked in early. Good wi-fi, 100 m from metro station ( Av. Lafayete )
Good accommodations ( Ibis standard ); Modern hotel. Friendly and attentive service.
You can store your bags after check out for 2 euros.
I have just spent 4 days in this hotel (room 504).
All staff are really nice and helpful, the room was very clean and calm (just small, but this is the standard in Paris) and breakfast adequate. Nice also the internet corner.
Its central location...More
it is a good choice for people want to stay at city center , near metro and bus station . there is a shuttle bus at opera can take u to airport .
wi fi is free . breakfast is simple .
the drawbacks are...More
$90 - $228 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The neighborhood around Opéra and Bourse is a belle époque paradise of grand boulevards, refined arcades, and mass-market art-nouveau entertainment. Here, modern day workers continue to take advantage of the legacy that nobility and finance left in the 19th century. Brightly-lit brasseries, theaters, and cinemas sit side by side with French bistros predominating in one area and Japanese restaurants in
another. The area is most famous for the Palais Garnier opera house and glamorous department stores.
To my knowledge there is no parking in the hotel, but valet parking may be possible. I strongly advise against private car use in Paris, though - oarking is a Problem throughout the inner city. There is very good public... More
To my knowledge there is no parking in the hotel, but valet parking may be possible. I strongly advise against private car use in Paris, though - oarking is a Problem throughout the inner city. There is very good public transport, car sharing and bike renting all over the city.
Good morning. The hotel did have air conditioning in the room. There is a thermostat on the wall. We were there in July but didn't have to use it much. We slept with the windows open which was comfortable. Hope this helps... More
Good morning. The hotel did have air conditioning in the room. There is a thermostat on the wall. We were there in July but didn't have to use it much. We slept with the windows open which was comfortable. Hope this helps. Enjoy your trip.
PS: there is a small food store across the street and a great bakery around the corner with wonderful quiches that we ate for breakfast.