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We had two rooms, one for the children one for us. Ours was a strange brown turd décor, not seen since the 1970s. The other was purple, well all I can say is that the kids liked it. We stayed 5 nights.
The area is...More
The hotel is located in the worst ever location... Everyone outside is so loud that i couldnt sleep.. as soon as u walk out the men are perverts! Anyways we asked if we could leave our luggage in the room on the checkout day till...More
Stayed for nearly a week, seemed ok until ... I left my bathmat on the floor and found it folded and presented as if it were clean after housekeeping came. I know it wasn't replaced, because my foot had bled on it from being cut...More
The street leading to the hotel leaves a lot to be desired and may leave some people less than impressed, however, the hotel is of a much higher standard. The rooms are clean and spacious for Paris. The staff are pleasant and the air conditioning...More
Although the street/exterior may be deceiving, the inside is really quite nice. It's close to the main train stations (about 7 minute walk to both north and east), has a yummy breakfast, rooms with AC and good showers, and the staff is friendly. I have...More
$83 - $160 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The neighborhood around Chateau d’Eau is an often overlooked part of town whose vibrant streets are great for a refreshing change. Long known for its immigrant population, this multicultural neighborhood's fabric has been enriched by communities from India, Pakistan, Arab-speaking countries, and Africa. Explore its colorful twists and turns from the Passage Brady (known for great Indian restaurants) to
I never felt unsafe, but I'm a city person. The area of 10th is an area with a few homeless - but never trouble. It's also an up and coming area for Parisians and not as cheap as it was. I use metro Poisonniere a lot as... More
I never felt unsafe, but I'm a city person. The area of 10th is an area with a few homeless - but never trouble. It's also an up and coming area for Parisians and not as cheap as it was. I use metro Poisonniere a lot as quiet and near. Buses are good too. Both main stations are fine for metro but can be confusing for RER.