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We stayed here for eight nights on our recent trip to Paris. It's an older, small hotel, with some wear, but with character. It's clean and comfortable and the staff is really helpful. We alternated eating breakfast at the hotel and at local bakeries. It's...More
Loved our stay of a week in this strategically located hotel. Lots of cheaper local shops, cafés, loved the Maharaja Indian restaurant. Just to give them another plug. Rooms cleaned daily, basic breakfast for the price of a cup of coffee.
Staff was very rude and did not underatood english. We came to hotel at 12:30am and it was closed through the night. We try to call someone to open the doors but in the middle of conversation they hang up the phone and never answered...More
Hotel was in quite nice area, in the middle on many nice restaurants and cafes. Distance to nearest subway station was quite short.
Hotel was clean. Service in reception was a little old fashioned, like hotel also. Room was small, but just upgraded. For example...More
Upon arrival we were greeted by the receptionist. Nice enough man. Demanded we pay the city tax there and then but we didn't have the right change only 50 euro notes therefore he forced us to pay for breakfast for the two mornings we were...More
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Hello Jenny, we stayed here in July and had 3 separate rooms. At that time there were none of the items that you are asking about in any of the rooms our group stayed in. The rooms have been modernised and updated but don't... More
Hello Jenny, we stayed here in July and had 3 separate rooms. At that time there were none of the items that you are asking about in any of the rooms our group stayed in. The rooms have been modernised and updated but don't have much besides a bed and the bath/shower room. Hope this helps! Alex