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I found the area nice with shops and nice restaurants, the centre of Paris is 15 minutes away by metro. So the location is good. The problem was with the hotel itself. The guy in the reception is not very friendly, didn't even tried to...More
Chosen for reasonable price (with advance booking) and location close to friend's apartment. Aware already that room and bathroom would be small, but did not find this a problem, as we went out in the morning and came back just to sleep. Towels very small,...More
Rooms were very small so was the bathroom. The area was horrible and felt very unsafe. We paid well over the top for that kind of hotel in that area. Will not be returning to here. The staff weren't very helpful and the cleaner was...More
Me and my boyfriend went to Paris for New Year and found the hotel and the area to be shabby and extremely run down. It is a very simple room and the bathroom is smaller than one that you would find in a caravan. The...More
Ok so this is a review coming from a traveller. The rooms are tiny and the bathrooms are even tinier! There's no lift. So what!! We were with a pregnant woman on the forth floor but without complaint. Room cleaned every day. I find if...More
At the eastern edge of Paris lies Belleville / Père Lachaise, an understated wonderland of local treasures. Alongside the world-famous cemetery, family-owned delicatessens and cafés nestle between local stores and establishments. The richness of the population here has created a little Chinatown of Asian restaurants, and the area comes to life at night by a funky underground scene. Façades change from one
street to another as one passes from white walled provincial homes to tall blocks and reconverted homes. The whole area is an inspirational mix of people from all corners of the world frequented by artists, students, immigrants, and Parisian families. Once home to supporters of the Paris commune, its rebellious nature is now offset by its rural charms.