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I had a shocking experience at this hotel. I booked on booking.com and paid in advance. On arrival I was told I had to pay as I'd only given a reservation, when I said that I had already paid and showed my booking confirmation I...More
This is a nice family owned hotel with a good location and the best money value in my opinion. The staff are very very friendly and will do all they can to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Don't expect much though, it's still...More
This hotel is a good option if you are
On a budget. Do not expect a lot from it. In my experience I don't like spending a lot of money on hotels because we only use it to sleep and to take a shower. If...More
I've been looking round central Paris for years to try to find a really good cheap, clean, guest-friendly haven for an old guy who just wants modest comfort for a night or two without having to pay through the nose.
I'm still looking.
Decent place for the price. If you are traveling on a budget its good. Not far from Paris city center, if you are comfortable with walking. If not, go closer. The metro is close by and convenient. As a solo female traveler, I was comfortable....More
The neighbourhood around Chateau d’Eau is an often overlooked part of town whose vibrant streets are great for a refreshing change. Long known for its immigrant population, this multicultural neighbourhood's fabric has been enriched by communities from India, Pakistan, Arab-speaking countries, and Africa. Explore its colorful twists and turns from the Passage Brady (known for great Indian
i dont know because we booked through a package company and we went so didnt have to use it maybe if you ring the hotel and ask them just remember to say parlez vous anglais sil vous plait so you get an english speaker on... More
i dont know because we booked through a package company and we went so didnt have to use it maybe if you ring the hotel and ask them just remember to say parlez vous anglais sil vous plait so you get an english speaker on the phone hope this helps issey