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My room was booked for me; I only read the previous reviews after the event. If you are travelling by Eurostar and need acommodation nearby (as we did) you can't fault the location, bang opposite the Gare du Nord. The entrance to the hotel is...More
The only advantage of the hotel is its location, 20m away from Gare Du Nord.
The room was very small and noisy especially at night as it was facing the Gare Du Nord (Main Train Station). I could practically hearing people talking downstairs and cars...More
On our arrival the reception told us that our booking was for the month of May. Even with a printed booking confirmation saying out stay is from June 14 to 16, he insisted that Agoda did not advice them of our booking or stay.
Room 316 has a nice view to the Paris life - The railway square. I have been in Paris multiple times, since 1965, and this one is interesting located and nice. But do not take the recommended sightseeing bus recommended by the reception. Just cross...More
Room was decent and cheap. In a good location right next to the metro. Staff was very friendly and spoke in English. Helped you where they can. Car park could be better though. Good food places close by.
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$70 - $172 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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