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What a little find in the Latin quarter. It was clean and within walking distance of all the quarter had to offer or at night it was not an expensive taxi ride home. There were lots of little cafes and many places to have a...More
Several things can be said in favor of this little hotel. It's got rooms, the rooms have beds in them, the beds are covered by sheets and the sheets are clean. Rooms also have bathrooms with (cold AND hot) running water. There's an elevator that...More
Stayed with a friend at this hotel for four nights. The twin room with bath was VERY small but cosy. We didn't spend a lot of time in the room though, woke up in the morning and came back late at night. We stayed at...More
This was a last minute trip and first time to Paris . I had a pretty hard time finding a reasonably priced hotel in the Latin Quarter where I wanted to stay. I was there for two weeks and felt the location was perfect for...More
I stayed here for 2 nights. So many people complain about little hotels in Paris that I expected the worst. This turned out to be overall pleasant. It's a non-nonsense, clean, safe 2-star with a nice staff. I just don't understand why they use the...More
US$89 - US$205 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The French windows opened easily and the plane trees outside gave some privacy although there are light and heavy curtains also. Don't remember air-conditioning as I was there in spring. Returned to the hotel... More
The French windows opened easily and the plane trees outside gave some privacy although there are light and heavy curtains also. Don't remember air-conditioning as I was there in spring. Returned to the hotel exhausted after each full day, so can't remember either whether it was noisy on the street - probably not as we were on the 4th floor.
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"i have always found the street facing rooms better, slightly bigger and brighter"