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Room and bathroom clean and warm though small and old fashioned furniture. (Room 102 at front) Comfortable bed. Staff very helpful. Good location. Shower good flow though head bracket loose. Great breakfast - recommended for the money.
Some minor issues: tv strangely uncontrollable and sound...More
Within a stone's throw from Gare de l'Est and walking distance from Gare Du Nord, got to be one of the most conveniently ;located hotels around/ An unprepossessing door in an even less prepossessing neighbourhood, Enter into another world, Old fashioned paris with brass stair...More
This hotel is good location if you are using Train or metro
Lots of restaurants around hotel...yeah you are in Paris..Sorry
Hotel is typical Paris hotel really small rooms and showers
Nothing about to say bad with this little hotel
Positive: Clean and modern rooms. Excellent shower and water pressure. 42' screen tv. Convenient if travelling by train as it is right in front of the train station.
Negative: I had a room facing the street on the 2th floor which I asked to change...More
We were there for 4 days. Staying in the comfort room. As we were on a honeymoon, the hotel was nice to accommodate us on the 5th floor with a small balcony and a nice view of the train station opposite.The location of the hotel...More
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