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Conveniently located across the street from the Gare De L'Est this is a small Paris hotel like many others. Tiny but clean rooms, poor to non-existent soundproofing, some street noise even on the sixth floor, croissant and tartine breakfast, civil but unsmiling staff on the...More
One would have to be very forgiving in a lot of aspects to consider this hotel a good decision. I booked this because it was a busy month and I didn't plan ahead well enough to find anything else. It was a warm couple of...More
We had a really nice stay at the grand hotel de l'europe. It's super close to the gare de l'est which basically allows you to go anywhere at any time. There's restaurants and bars around, too.
We arrived early in the morning and they offered...More
Our hotel room had plenty of space and was clean, not the most up market room but comfortable and warm. The staff at reception were so incredibly helpful and friendly and spoke really good English which is also helpful. Excellent location being right next to...More
Lift was broken.
Room - very basic and small. Not very clean. smelly in the shower area.
Amenities - nothing worth mentioning at all. There just were no amenities.
Basically check in, get some sleep, wake up, shower and get out.
US$71 - US$117 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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