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The Hotel is located centrally in Gardu Nord. It is a budget hotel (but little overpriced) with small rooms and smaller toilets. The walls are so thin that you can easily hear the sounds from other rooms. The carpet is torn from many places and...More
I stayed in this Hotel for 15 nights on a business tour. Hotel has an excellent location, right infront of Gare du Nord (Heart of the city). Seeing the price, the rooms were exceptionally spacious and clean (You generally get very small rooms in the...More
Everything here is perfect from the rooms to the toilets. But the lift was small and it only fit one person. But nevertheless, it was a confconfortable stay, 5 min walk from Gare Du Nord and alot of restaurants around the area. It is affordable...More
The pictures on the site are not representative of the hotel. The carpets are heavily stained, along with the bed covers and the whole hotel needs a massive input of TLC. very disappointed, will not recommended or stay again.
My sister and her husband recently had a midweek break of 3 nights in Paris with their two children (3 and 9 yo). After they had booked the hotel, they read some of the reviews and were really worried...to the extent that they were going...More
$86 - $189 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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