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All reviewsgare de l'estcanal saint martinbrick wallrooms are smallcroissantstrain stationsshort breakstayed here for nightscity breakthe hotel stafflovely hotelbars and restaurantsmain attractionsspoke good englishmin walkquiet side streetquiet at night
We spent 3 days in this hotel with my partner. We found the room clean with a nice decor, maybe a little bit small but the furniture makes up for the size. The continental breakfast is a nice touch and the staff was very helpful.
We stayed here for two nights in January. The hotel is easy to get to from the gare due nord which was great for us as we arrived on the eurostar. We arrived early and our room wasn't ready but they looked after our bags...More
The room is very small,dirty and smell in the bathroom. The nightshift's staffs are very rude! They are always on the phone talking with their love one instead of serving a customer!
We will never go back again.More
Thank Miranda S
Response from hotelsoft, Gérant at Hotel SoftResponded 18 October 2015
Thanks for your review of your stay with us.
Unless it isn't pleasant for us to read negative comments, we appreciate your testimony, as it allows us to improve our offer to our guests.
We are sincerely sorry about what happened, which was...More
Stayed here 3 nights last month. It's a lovely hotel, very friendly and central at a very good price. The staff were really helpful and made a restaurant reservation for us on the last night. The 'cosy' room is not huge but very pretty and...More
10 minutes walk from the Gare du L'Est station. Small but clean, wonderfully placed for walking around Paris. 15 Minutes walk from River Seine. Hotel staff all very pleasant and helpful and spoke very passable English (way better than our school French in fact)
The tree-lined Canal Saint-Martin is the focal point of one of the most romantic and hip areas of Paris. Watch boats travel along the canal while lovers and friends take in the atmosphere from the banks or the bridges. Evenings see hoards fill the embankments to drink wine and enjoy good company. The colder days lead people to hipster bars, cozy restaurants, and concert spaces. Those who are more adventurous may
explore hidden gems down nearby streets, from local bars to futuristic architecture. With its enriching mix of people of all ages and backgrounds, this neighbourhood has a dynamic, inspiring vibe.