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I must say I had a really bad experience at staying on your hotel. I will explain why.
1) I was given a room on the 6th floor without elevator and my girlfriend did not even have help to bring her luggage upstairs; 2) the...More
No what you would expect in Paris. The hotel was hot no AC or no fan, we asked for a fan but we're not given one. The Walls were very thin you can almost hear everything on your floor. The bathroom was poorly designed and...More
Extremely helpful staff, clean room, allowed early check in, helped with courier shipments, offered me a complimentary coffee. It was a great hotel for the price and especially on the weekend of the EURO 2016 final. I would certainly stay here again. Close to Bastille...More
The only good thing about this hotel is its location which is close to the Metro and bus stations at Place de la Bastill. the room was tiny but comfortabl.. I didn't like the toilet and the shower. Basically you have no other space for...More
The hotel is simple but good. The room is new, clean and very comfortable. The bathroom is clean and new! The wifi signal is good all over the hotel including the room. The location is good specially if you like nightlife because it is close...More
$81 - $197 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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