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Great location, extremely comfortable and clean room with en-suite; we appreciated having clean towels every day, and the generous breakfast servings, which ensured we had the energy to explore all day. The building does not have a lift, but the manager assisted us with our...More
A recent weekend trip to Paris and stayed at the Palace Hotel. Upon checking out, there was a little problem of using credit card payment. After enter the PIN number, the transaction apparently didn't not went through; so the hotel manager asked me to re-do...More
we stayed here for a week and yes the bedroom is small but it was spotlessly clean and all we needed the shower worked, the staff were lovely and friendly, theres a supermarket over the road, the nearest tube station is place de republique a...More
Hotel is one those budget hotels but rooms and toilets were clean. The staff is very helpful even they don't speak English sometimes, but we were able to communicate with Google Translate :D There is no lifts in the hotel, because it is an typical...More
We book for standard room last Sep 2014, they had us transferred the next day to another room as they will be renovating the room next to ours. They let us stayed in Triple Room with a very nice view and even helped us transfer...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
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"The wifi was erratic -- probably because I was on the third floor"