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The hotel is close to the Metro and an easy walk to Place d' Clichy. The hotel is in a quiet area, there is a Monop' in the next street. The beds are comfortable and our room had a bathroom in a separate room from...More
The hotel is really very nice. It has the most confortable beds and pilows. The breakfast was rich and really it was enough croasans, fruits, fruit jougrt, tea, cofee, fresh orange juice, pyes, different sorts of bread. And there were free cofee, tea and water...More
I stayed here for two nights recently on my trip to Paris.
There’s many good points to this hotel - the staff were friendly, it was in a really good location for the centre of Paris if you don’t mind using the metro - took...More
A great hotel in the centre of Paris. Very welcoming and friendly staff .Spacious and airy rooms, very clean with all the commodities. Abundant and varied breakfast. The hotel is in a residential area, close to the metro and very safe at night. As frequent...More
The room was very nice and members of staff were really friendly. They helped us every time we asked them for guidance and were truly welcoming.
The breakfast was really nice and even if you come nearer the finish time (around 10 am), we still...More
US$97 - US$223 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The trip by underground is pretty exhausting with luggage and all. You can also get a shuttle bus from the airport. We didn't know it existed, so we went by subway, but on the way back to the airport we got the shuttle... More
The trip by underground is pretty exhausting with luggage and all. You can also get a shuttle bus from the airport. We didn't know it existed, so we went by subway, but on the way back to the airport we got the shuttle straight from the hotel. It was just a little more expensive than the subway (I think it was about 15 euros), so it's a good deal.
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"Windows have double glazing and the rooms have air conditioning"