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We met up with friends from Australia who were friends of the owners. It is very convenient to the Metro & the No.69 bus which will take you past many of the famous sights.
The hotel is small as are the rooms which are spotlessly...More
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Response from palmahotel, Directeur général at Hotel PalmaResponded 14 April 2017
Thank you very much for your advice and your description.
I hope see you soon...
Very nice hotel, small rooms but clean with place of storage. Bit noisy but the hotel is situated in a wonderful neighborhood and the price is very reasonable. A big disadvantage is that there isn't a safe. The staff are very helpful.
This was my first time staying in the 20th arrondissement and I would highly recommend it. Hotel Palma is situated right on Place Gambetta, which is on a good metro line, also useful bus routes. So even though it's not central, it's very convenient. (Even...More
Quite a small hotel room but adequate for a short stay. Great location near bars and outdoor entertainment and just a few yards from the metro and just 10 minutes ride to the sites.
Perfect for a cheap getaway.
Stayed at the hotel for 4 days with two friends in a triple room. Room was small, but quite nice and served our purpose very well. Subway station provides easy access to places and bus 69 goes right to center of city. Plenty of breakfast...More
At the eastern edge of Paris lies Belleville / Père Lachaise, an understated wonderland of local treasures. Alongside the world-famous cemetery, family-owned delicatessens and cafés nestle between local stores and establishments. The richness of the population here has created a little Chinatown of Asian restaurants, and the area comes to life at night by a funky underground scene. Façades change from one
street to another as one passes from white walled provincial homes to tall blocks and reconverted homes. The whole area is an inspirational mix of people from all corners of the world frequented by artists, students, immigrants, and Parisian families. Once home to supporters of the Paris commune, its rebellious nature is now offset by its rural charms.