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Firstly our room was quickly chased up to accommodate our early arrival, the staff are very attentive and helpful, the also speak good english, anything you need you just need to ask, room was small and clean, hair dryers are allocated at the reception desk,...More
I enjoyed every bit of my time in Paris. I did not get what i had expected at the hotel upon arrival however Khalid the Receptionist had the kindest heart and very helpful. I appreciate and commend him for a great job
This is a strip-down Paris Hotel. A bit off the beaten path, and away from the Metro stop, but the value is great. Small rooms with even smaller showers, but the staff is great and accommodating and the breakfast is average with the communal setting...More
US$77 - US$151 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi, I would like to know how to get to the hotel from the Orly airport. Thanks.
7 November 2014|
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Hi. You can take the RER train to city centre and change onlo Ligne 1 metro line to Etoile. Short walk, 10 mins, to hotel. Closer metro station but only one stop from Etoile so not worth doing it. There is also a direct bus... More
Hi. You can take the RER train to city centre and change onlo Ligne 1 metro line to Etoile. Short walk, 10 mins, to hotel. Closer metro station but only one stop from Etoile so not worth doing it. There is also a direct bus to Etoile but more expensive if money an issue.