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All reviewsrepublique areaquiet streetplace de la republiquewi fi is greatsaint martingreat locationlong weekendparis standardno air conthe hotel is conveniently locatedrooms are nicestayed here for nightsbasic hotelchoose this hotelreception staffdecent sizedouble room
This is a great hotel ideally located in the 10th Arrondissement. The rooms are not particularly large but, you're probably not planning on spending a lot of time there anyway...you are in Paris after all. We got breakfast included and that worked out well for...More
Recently stayed here for three nights for a short break with my mum. The hotel is really well situated close to the Metro but also lots of shops, bars and restaurants (without it being noisy). The rooms are quite basic but clean with all you...More
My husband, baby and I had a brilliant stay here. It's on a very quiet street and the hotel is decorated beautifully. The staff were very helpful and accomodating with our young son and it was a great location base to explore Paris. We walked...More
I have just returned home from a wonderful 2 night stay at Hotel Taylor. My mum and I were visiting the city and were very impressed with the hotel, from the friendly staff to its cleanliness; great night's sleep and great breakfast in the morning....More
I very rarely write reviews but feel I must after our stay at the Taylor hotel.The hotel is excellent value for money and ideally placed on a quiet street five minutes walk from Republic square.The hotel staff are friendly , informative and helpful and the...More
The neighbourhood around Chateau d’Eau is an often overlooked part of town whose vibrant streets are great for a refreshing change. Long known for its immigrant population, this multicultural neighbourhood's fabric has been enriched by communities from India, Pakistan, Arab-speaking countries, and Africa. Explore its colorful twists and turns from the Passage Brady (known for great Indian