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This is not a five stars but if you are looking for a good value hotel in the center of Paris and near the grands boulevards, it is a good deal. Staff at reception are very helpful and kind and rooms are ok
Budget hotel in a good location. Staff is very friendly - Aurelle and Amid went out of their way to help us during our stay - and the room was very clean. I'd recommend paying the extra few Euro to get a toilet in the...More
It is exactly what it says it is. Me and my boyfriend stayed here for three nights. We had a double bed with a shower and sink. The toilet was shared but it was close to the room. It was always clean and there was...More
The staff was friendly and the hotel is near the Grand boulevards which I liked. The room I had was very dated and very ordinary. There was also a bad smell in the room specially in the shower as soon as water went on the...More
the location of the hotel covers the dirty and uncomfortable rooms and the bad breakfast. Of course it is cheap if you compare the others in Paris. The best thing is it is very closed to the city heart like Notre dame cathedral and opera...More
US$65 - US$135 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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