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Where to begin. Okay my cousin book this place since it was a great deal. We arrived and realized this is not our cup of tea. The door have combo locks on them. Bathroom and shower look like they belong on airplanes. They don't provide...More
Our room was clean, as were the bed and linen. The bathrooms, however, were not extremely clean, but as many people use it, we were expecting that.
We opened the window as the room was too hot.
In the street behind the hotel a group...More
I stayed here as a single woman with 2 children and they will now never leave the uk again!
My son was eaten alive by bed bugs, (my daughter and I slept fully clothed as we were in that much fear for our lives) they...More
29.11.17 approximately at 10am we left our baggage at the baggage room in this hotel. But when we came back at the same day at 9pm there was one bag less! Someone stole our bag from baggage room!!!! Personnel didn’t help us, didn’t call the...More
You get what you pay for. I'm thinking a lot of these reviews expected a quality product for €40 something euros a piece. Not the case. The room I stayed in was clean, the bed had some stains on it but no big deal. I...More
$40 - $53 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I didn't use the parking as I arrived by metro. Typically you will pay about €20 per night for parking in Paris, and twice that per day. But you need to ask yourself if you need to bring a car - its expensive, terrible... More
I didn't use the parking as I arrived by metro. Typically you will pay about €20 per night for parking in Paris, and twice that per day. But you need to ask yourself if you need to bring a car - its expensive, terrible to drive, and unsafe. My advice; park your car in the long-term parking at Charles de Gaulle airport and get the train into Paris. It only takes 30 mins and you can get everywhere by bus or metro.