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This pool is well maintained and has a dome cover that was open when we went. The lockers in the women's dressing room lock with a code you choose at no cost. The only drawback is that you cannot take pictures. We encountered this at the pool we visited in Berlin, also. Apparently picture privacy is a big issue.
We four ate here last night and were all very pleased with the food-we each had something different, and all agreed the entrées were delish. The Margaritas and kind service will easily make this a repeat place. I was surprised by its authentic taste, although I would have preferred pintos to black beans (hmmm, not sure about that).
As Americans in France we were delighted with the service and selections here. There were affordable child plates that help control costs and compared to menu price it was quite a value. We had an excellent tuna salad crostini along with our spaghetti, lasagne and pizza.
Came here for a work lunch and loved that they had a nice little prix fixe. Two options for the starter, main, and dessert. Everything was super super nice. Delish options. The steak frites was super tasty. It was nice to sit outside and take in the summer sun while enjoying the delights.
I had a twin room with bath on the second floor. I was happy to have a bath, however there was no bath plug. I asked the receptionist about this and he said this is a problem in Paris and he didn't have one to give me. I managed to find one in a shop for 1.60 euros, so I...
This isn't a badly priced hotel for Paris, although it is on the very edge of the city (metro: Porte de Bagnolet). It's a very tall, thin building, which means you can hear what's going on (I couldn't hear the lift, but I could hear other people in their rooms). Rooms would benefit from double glazing to drown out the...