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Hotel rubbish, staff just about speak to you very ignorant.
The room was small not comforting at all.
Remote didn't work, bathroom door had to be closed by the person who was with you - no handle on the inside.
Shower pressure was...More
Location wise, it is very near to Gare du Nord station hence convenient to move around. There is Carrefour store nearby to buy food stuff in case you run on tight travel budget like myself. And if you are on a religious diet, halal doner...More
I visited Paris with my mother, it was a treat for her birthday. we stayed in the hotel for 3 nights.
the hotel is situated close to gare du nord train station. very easy access from Charles de Gaulle airport. hotel was About 2...More
Really small place. Doors dont shut properly, toilets cant be locked, lack of lights etc. Impatient service staff. Cleaning and breakfast lady kept swearing in French! Front desk guy is alright though. Breakfast is simple croissant and baguette. Coffee is nice!
I’ve just booked a few nights in Paris. It reminded me of my last visit, where I stopped at Hotel Saint Quentin.
Bottom line, it cheap but not that cheap, it’s clean but not that clean, it’s not that good but not as bad as...More
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