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We arrived at COQ hotel late at night after flying in from Prague. The gentleman at the front desk was very organized and immediately provided us with access to the room which we had requested. The room was very small, as is true of most...More
We were attracted to this hotel primarily because of its mid-century modern decor - it sure didn't disappoint! The rooms were warm and cosy, albeit a bit small for a 4 stars hotel. It wasn't too far away from the Metro, however you will need...More
COQ Hotel is a lovely little hotel in a quiet part of Paris. The rooms are clean and comfortable, the amenities are excellent and the staff are friendly and helpful. And its very good value compared to other similar hotels we've stayed in. We will...More
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Hotel is nice enough, but not in a good location. Nothing is walking distance. What disappointed me the most is the hotel staff seemed not to be informed on basic requests or questions typical of tourists. Not only does the hotel not directly sell museum...More
A small patch of grass in the heart of 13th district of Paris!
Comfort in the nicely-decorated rooms, friendly service, great breakfast, Parisian beer by the bottle and rooster in the backyard!
Feel at home!
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Buy a carnet of tickets at the metro which will give you 10 tickets this is the best value. You can walk to most sights if you start at the Eiffel Tower but to be honest this will be a lot of walking and really depends on... More
Buy a carnet of tickets at the metro which will give you 10 tickets this is the best value. You can walk to most sights if you start at the Eiffel Tower but to be honest this will be a lot of walking and really depends on your stamina! Sights like Sacre Coeur and Montmartre are further out of the city so I'd use metro for some and walk to others... download the Paris guide on trip advisor for the free map it will have all the little M's marked for the metro and enjoy!!