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Average hotel, although well located close to Train station (Gare de l'Est). The service is quite professional. The room are within the average. I found the breafast poor, but quite expensive for what you can eatMore
Thank Jean-Marc P
Response from Lucie J, General Manager at Ibis Styles Paris Gare de l'Est TGVResponded 3 days ago
Thank you for taking the time to write a review. However we are a bit surpise about your comment regarding the breakfast. Indeed at Ibis Styles, the breakfast is included in the price of the room. Perhaps, you stayed in one of the...More
Nice place to stay, i totally recommend. Breakfast was really enjoyable.it is very close to gar dl est and any where in PAris ,it takes 8euro to go notre dame by taxi. I certainly prefer to stay again.
The hotel is located very near the Gare du Nord and Gare de l'Est train stations, which worked perfectly for us since we were coming on the RER B from CDG airport. Their early check-in time was also a key factor, since we landed at...More
The hotel is almost immediately opposite the Gare Est railway station, so the location is very handy if you arrive or depart in that station by train. The hotel is rather small but clean and modern. Considering the overall price level in Paris this one...More
This review is not so much about the hotel itself, but more about 1 particular staff member there at reception.
Her name is Lindsay.
I honestly can't think of a word or words to best describe how unbelievably brilliant this wonderful lady was at helping...More
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