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DO NOT STAY AT THIS HOTEL!!
It should be reported to the health authorities.
The carpet was filthy, bed sheets were dirty and the bed had hair in it. The bathroom smelt of urine and the shower had no shower head. The walls of the...More
My partner and I stayed here for 7 days in April as he ran the Paris marathon. We were on the top floor (room 501) front facing, with a great balcony. The room was comfortable, but small. Bathroom had everything we needed but again, quite...More
I stayed in this hotel in March 2014.
When i arrived i asked about the breakfast and the person responsible that talk to me said that the hotel doesn't served breakfast. And as i can saw in the details of my reservation i don't had...More
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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 22 February 2014
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I was not expecting anything impressive by any means but the moment I saw the decrepit sign on the outside of the building I realised what an incredible mistake I had made. The photos on their website looked charming, however our room was so small...More
Bastille and Oberkampf are lively parts of town made for entertainment. During the day rows of unassuming bars welcome customers for a bite or a drink, but it’s at night this area really comes to life. Students and young professionals fill the busy bars around Bastille and Oberkampf. At Place de la Bastille, crowds flock to the Opéra Bastille in the evening and groups wait for coveted tickets during the day. Towards
Republique, skateboarders practice their tricks while others chill out at the square. If you’re looking for late-night revelry, this is your neighbourhood.