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This place is a little known secret that everyone should know about. We booked a room With Peet - Room number 4 en suite, last October. We couldn't have chosen a better place. A nice quiet place away from the street noise of Paris. So...More
Response from Petrus V, Propriétaire at A Room in ParisResponded 5 weeks ago
Thank you for your beautiful words! It is easy with lovely guests as yourselves!
See you soon
I had the pleasure of staying at this B&B while in Paris over Christmas. Prior to arriving, Peet, the owner, responded to all my messages and gave me great instructions for how to reach the hotel. I took the RER B train in from CDG...More
What an amazing find. I cannot wait to go back.
Pete the host is so welcoming and friendly, the location is great, just near Gard Du Noir and close enough to a second metro station. Lots of bars and restaurants nearby.
The rooms are spacious,...More
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Response from Petrus V, Propriétaire at A Room in ParisResponded November 10, 2017
Thank you very much, wonderful to hear!! See you soon!
Travelling alone to Paris, I was overwhelmed by how delightful and relaxed I felt in A Room in Paris. The hosts Peet and Thierry are so lovely and accommodating plus served an amazingly generous breakfast! It was nice to have a chat with other guests...More
Our breakfasts at A Room in Paris were some of the highlights of our trip to Paris. Not only was the food delicious, but the company was outstanding. We spent a lot of time every morning talking to Peet and other guests. Peet is very...More
The neighborhood around Chateau d’Eau is an often overlooked part of town whose vibrant streets are great for a refreshing change. Long known for its immigrant population, this multicultural neighborhood's fabric has been enriched by communities from India, Pakistan, Arab-speaking countries, and Africa. Explore its colorful twists and turns from the Passage Brady (known for great Indian restaurants) to