Clean rooms, good staff. The receptionist wasn't very nice at first but she was just average for a Parisian working in the tourism industry I believe. The rooms are a very decent size, especially considering how tiny apartments are in Paris. The hotel is located in what i consider the best neighbourhood in Paris (I used to live in this neighbourhood when I was still living there). Don't miss out on visiting Antoine & Lili on the Canal - the epitome of parisian bobo stores, overpriced but very cute products. Also great paella in a restaurant rue des Vinaigriers.
Some people were commenting on the fact that there is a refuge centre close to the hotel but the accomodation itself can't do anything about that. This is Paris, beautiful streets, beautiful buildings, but poor homeless people everywhere in the city. This neighbourhood is gentrifying but it's still one of the least expensive neighbourhoods in Paris so yes, you will meet all kinds of mixed people. The only place where this would probably not happen in Paris would be close to the Champs Elysees - Dauphine, but this area is also one of the least interesting.
Last thing: I couldn't connect to the wifi.More
- Free Wifi
- Room Service