Do not ignore this comment as I did somebody else's! I booked for 4 nights and after the first was changed (from the dingy BVJ Louvre with no elevator to take your bag up the 10 plus stairs and unfriendly staff, albeit in a good location) to another in their chain in the more dodgy part of town. BVJ Opera, where I was moved was better, but I was still changed rooms three time and couldn't check in until half two on each of these occassions (really sucks when you haven't slept the whole night and need a place to crash). My money (over 200 Euros) was stolen from my room and despite a a particularly friendly staff member who helped but hated his/her (anonymity) boss, could do nothing about it. The lockers at both places required two Euros every time you lock them and the internet was a Euro for 10 minutes. Thus I felt exploited and upset upon departure.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Founded in 1948, the first Youth Hostel of Paris open 24H, located in the hurt of the historical Paris, 200mt from the Louvre Museum, and King Garden. You can reach any point of Paris in less then 20 min, enjoy our stay in rooms from 2 to 8/10 beds, shower and toilets on the floor and a free no limit breakfast with tea, coffee, chocolate, 3 breads, 8 jams, 2 different orange juice, 2 types of cereals, yogurt. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Bvj Paris Louvre Hotel Paris