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We stayed at this hotel for 2 nights in May, we had 5 rooms between our group and only one looked like the photos, the others were very basic. This is a two star hotel so we weren't expecting much to be honest. The hotel...More
This hotel is Paris has a good location, they have good staff helping with everyting i askt them. Room was great for this money. Fast and good wifi. Brekfast was simple but very good. Clean rooms and eveything perfect.
Perfectly located in the center of Paris, friendly English-speaking personnel. Tasty breakfast. The stairs isn't easy to walk but the room on higher floors has perfect views. Very comfortable room for that small price.
The Hotel has a two star rating, and if you're after a cheap and relatively convenient ( 25 minute walk to Norte dame and 20 min to Gare de Lyon) hotel, and don't care about a lack of charm, then you'll be satisfied. My room...More
The hotel is well situated, 3 minutes walking from Metro Bastille. The room is big enough. The toilet quite small. Only one plug in the room, no plugs in the toilet! Chanels on the TV only in french. No lift and the stairs are small...More
$85 - $222 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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