The hotel room was good with all the expected necessities. The bed was a large size which was very comfortable. However, there was nothing that made the room better than average. The room was fairly small with only a wardrobe for storage; expected in Paris. We were given a quality speaker which actually was a nice touch. The room could of done with a fridge and some coffee pods for the machine provided. The staff were very friendly and helpful knowing more than basic english. As requested by the hotel, we put our used towels in the shower for changing, but in the 5 night stay, they were not changed once. The cleaners only changed the bin and did not make the bed. The surrounding area was authentic with many beautiful restaurants filled with many locals (not many tourists). Supermarkets and bakeries were found around in a 2 minute radius. Lastly, the transport links were excellent with a metro station only 5 minutes away and bus stops situated everywhere.
Yes this is a budget and basic hotel.....but when the staff are excellent then so is the experience. I was checked in by one fella on the Sunday night and I apologies that I did not catch his name but he was fantastic, really pleasant and helpful. A special mention also to Gaberial, what a guy. He fixed up food very early for some hungry travelers and it was the best meal we had in Paris :). It was easy for him to say no, or that the kitchen was closed. He didn't, he realised that he could help and he did! Rooms are basic but clean and warm. Great location for what I was travelling for. Plenty of nice restaurants on the door step and the Metro is a few steps away from the hotel.
The location is good, there is a bus stop near the supermarket subway station. The decoration of the room is very Monet-style, but the room is small, the lights are not bright enough, it is slightly old, and the sound insulation is average. Service was okay, just stayed for one night, not as good as Holiday Inn.
We stayed at the Mercure Paris Boulogne in March 2022. We were four adults and two children, and had two rooms on the fifth floor. We chose this hotel because it was less than half the price of hotels in central Paris, and it is only a five-minute walk to the Porte de Saint-Cloud metro station, which allowed us to travel easily to all the tourist attractions. The rooms were equipped with a safe and a small fridge. A hair dryer was provided. The hotel is in a quiet, safe residential neighborhood, and surrounded by excellent small restaurants and boulangeries. It is within a two-minute walk from a bank with an ATM, a pharmacy, two small grocery stores, a convenience store that sells cold beer and wine (including champagne for 20 Euros!) and a postal office. Coming from Canada, we were initially a bit disappointed with the look and feel of this hotel. The lobby and the rooms are small and do not have a luxurious feel. It is a four-star hotel, but in Canada or the US, it would be considered no more than a three-star hotel, maybe even two stars. The rooms did not have a dresser. I was thankful that we had only brought carry-ons, because full-size luggage would not have fit. No shampoo, conditioner or lotion were provided. On the plus side, the staff was very nice and the hotel was clean. The queen-sized bed was extremely firm - we liked it, but it might not be for everyone. The sofa can be converted into a bunk bed, which our kids loved. The WIFI was always strong. The hotel has a heated outdoor pool, but it was closed when we went (because of the cold March weather or COVID, I'm not sure). Bottom line: I do recommend this hotel, for its price, convenient location, and cleanliness. If, however, you want a typical Parisian feel like you see in the movies, with a cute balcony, and don't mind paying more, you may want to look for something in central Paris, such as in the Latin Quarter. Here are a few food-related recommendations: I highly recommend the nearby Boulangerie Coubertin for their pastries (the croissants, pains au chocolat and pains suisses were out of this world) and sandwiches, but note they are closed on weekends - there is another boulangerie at Porte de Saint-Cloud that is also good and open on weekends. The boulangeries sell expresso to go, but if you want a large coffee like you would get in Canada or the US, go to the MacDonalds at Porte de Saint-Cloud. I saw three Japanese restaurants nearby - we tried two. The one right next to the hotel is delicious, although the restaurant itself is very small and not fancy. The Hoki Sushi is nicer and has an all-you-can-eat formula and a wonderful ambiance. The Cardinal at Porte Saint-Cloud is a fancy French restaurant (but, no need to dress in a fancy manner to enter - we all wore sneakers at all times during our trip) where you can try escargot and boeuf tartare. It has a wonderful ambiance as well. The nearby Crêperie Delf does not have a nice look/ambiance, but its galettes de sarrasin (pick
This apparthotel is located in a peaceful area in the suburbs, only 10mins walk from the subway line 9, which goes directly to Trocadero station. So you can easily commute to the city center within 15mins. The appartment was quite spacious, comfortable, clean and well-equipped. There was plenty of space to put your stuff. Although everyday cleaning wasn't included, we had our beds made a couple of times, as well as the bathroom garbage was taken. The only minus was that you couldn't do anything with kitchen garbage. The cleaning staff didn't take it, and there was no place where you could put it. The other disadvantage was that the dishwasher could not be opened completely because of the wall. That made it really difficult to put the dishes in and out. There could be also a few more plates and glasses, in order not to have to use the dishwasher after every meal. And in our room electric sockets were distroyed... Overall, we didn't regret our choice and we will definitely come back there.
We booked in advance and got a great deal for valentines weekend. The location is super- 2 mins to the Metro and 20 mins into central Paris. For a slightly more scenic route, there is a bus that goes from the metro station straight to the Eiffel Tower. The room was small, but very comfortable and well kept. Breakfast was what you would expect. The staff were lovely. There was an incident on our first day when a man came in and tried to take someone’s bag. The staff ran, tackled him and held him until police came. They were amazing! That shows how much they care about their guests! They were always smiling, welcoming and helping with queries. We would also recommend Mon Bistrot just around the corner- lovely restaurant!
I’ve stayed here before but I get the sense that the hotel is in a downward spiral. Our suite reeked of cigarette smoke and even after multiple attempts to air it out all of our clothing now smells. This visit just hasn’t been a good one. The front desk said that they had a machine they would have brought up to help. It never came. Breakfast was supposed to be free (booked as such) but billed at an extraordinary rate for an average - at best - breakfast. Not worth the cost. One TV had no remote. The room wasn’t serviced one of the days of our multi-day stay. One Elevator was non-functional for a portion of the stay (wouldn’t accept key card, but behaved as if it was working, wasting time of several customers). Room service worker refused to provide instant coffee packets, saying to contact the front desk…so another trip to the front desk to get coffee that was in the worker’s cart. It was a sad stay. We were never offered compensation for the horrid smelling room. Especially disappointing because it’s such a nice place otherwise.
The Queens Hotel welcomes you in the heart of the Parisian district called "Village d'Auteuil", 2.6 km from the Eiffel Tower and 4.3 km from Champs Elysees Avenue.The air-conditioned guest rooms offer refined style with a TV, minibar, safety deposit box, shower or bath and WiFi access. Each room is also decorated with an original work of a contemporary artist.A buffet breakfast including fresh fruit, yogurt and cereals is served daily in the breakfast room.The hotel is a 20-minute walk from Roland Garros and Parc des Princes Stadiums. Hippodrome d'Auteuil is 1.8 km away. The nearest station is Michel-Ange Auteil Metro Station, 2 minutes' walk from the property, offering direct access to Trocadero and Odéon.
Set in a prime location of Paris, Hotel Poussin puts everything the city has to offer just outside your doorstep. The property features a wide range of facilities to make your stay a pleasant experience. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour front desk, express check-in/check-out, luggage storage, Wi-Fi in public areas are there for guest's enjoyment. Guestrooms are fitted with all the amenities you need for a good night's sleep. In some of the rooms, guests can find internet access – wireless, internet access – wireless (complimentary), non smoking rooms, heating, desk. To enhance guests' stay, the hotel offers recreational facilities such as garden. Friendly staff, great facilities and close proximity to all that Paris has to offer are three great reasons you should stay at Hotel Poussin.
Tram and Metro are available at the hotel, and the balard from the M8 line can be reached directly to the city centre. The 0th floor of the hotel is a restaurant, open 24 hours a day, non-alcoholic drinks buffet, there is a meal in the morning, evening, and evening, not enough, but enough to eat. The service is very intimate, and it is very convenient to store your luggage. Hotel rooms may be close to roads and intersections, but windows and curtains are very soundproof and don't worry about noise. The room is small, but it is enough in Paris, and all the facilities are well designed and only available.
Our family of 4 stayed for 3 nights in August. We chose this hotel based on location and price primarily. The pictures online are nicer than in real life. The hotel is quite small with narrow staircases and outdated furniture. The bathroom tiles are in a bad shape and need to be updated. Other than that, it was ok. The AC worked well, the TV worked after we asked for help how to turn it on. We didn't spend much time in our room other than sleeping at nights. It's very close to the Javel station, grocery store Franprix around the corner, and a bakery. We didn't try the hotel breakfast and just got something from the grocery store or bakery next door instead. I have to say that one of the hotel receptionists was outstanding, very helpful and friendly, sadly I didn't ask her name (blond with blue eyes).
Well, you know the large prices for the tiny rooms in Parisian hotels. Molitor is a good choice, especially if you travel by car. With public transport it is a bit tricky and you will add taxi bills. The room rate is in the high range, but you pay for the pleasure to stay at an icon of the 20th century Paris and be able to use the heated outside pool. All in all, I felt more in a 4-star Novotel-type hotel than in a 5-starrer, given the spartian room and bathroom design.
I have just spent my 12th visit to Paris in 8 years and have stayed 11 times at this "home away from home." I love this little place. I am always made to feel welcome by Hervé and Martine, owners and by Mo, who is the night clerk. Flor Rivoli is a few minutes walk from so many Paris icons and is 20 paces from Chatelet Metro station, a key Metro/RER hub from which all of the great city locales can be reached. It is 30 paces from Rue de Rivoli, a major shopping and cultural artery that stretches about 4kms from Place de la Concorde to Place Bastille. It is always bustling and alive with traffic, pedestrians, cafés and, oh, yes, the Louvre I've said before that Flor Rivoli is a little old and, perhaps a little out of date - so am I. It is safe, secure, the rooms are clean and each has a safe, the bathrooms are a little small by North American standards - adapt. It has one of the best locations in the city.
Reasons for low ratings! 1. The hotel does not have a lobby. The entrance is very small. 2. There is a problem with the design of the bathroom. There is only one curtain without wet and dry separation. The bathroom is full of water after taking a bath. I accidentally had water in the room 3. I only booked one night at the beginning, and I did things outside at noon the next day because I could n’t check out in time. The hotel could communicate by phone at about 1 pm in advance. There is a charge for the hour. When you return to the hotel to check out, you will be charged 160 Euros when you check out at the front desk. I would like to book another day. I went to the front desk and the price was about 400 more expensive than Ctrip. I booked directly at Ctrip and then told me that the room I booked was different and I needed to change rooms. I went to the front desk again, and the staff told me that I could keep the previous room without having to carry luggage. When I was preparing to enter the elevator, a female staff member with glasses stopped the elevator door and said that I had to change to Another room! There is a comparison chart of the two rooms at the back. This is my check-in checkup for your reference! In Paris, everyone has a lot of options at this price! Service, facilities can afford this price, everyone experience it!
It was a free plan of a travel company. I went without expecting to see word of mouth, but it was very convenient with a lot of restaurants cafe supermarkets around, near the station, near the bus stop, walking distance to the opera district! The room is small but clean and the staff is friendly. I speak English. The cafe on the first floor is crowded until the morning, so you can go sightseeing and go back to the hotel and then drink again, and there is no problem with security. The bread is delicious. On the day of return, the elevator was on the way to the floor and I was troubled to drop the suitcase, and I asked the kind staff to help me. I want to stay again thank you ISSAM!
Stayed at Hotel Panache for a week at the end of February and had a great experience. Sophia and the reception staff are very friendly, professional and helpful. It is is a great location, within walking distance of Montmartre, Opera Garnier and the big department stores, the Louvre/Palais Royale and other popular areas, as well as very close to Grands Boulevards metro. Yes the rooms may seem small etc. by North American standards as per some other reviews, but don’t forget you are in Paris in a 19th century building and the rooms are comfortable and charming. It was an amazing base for a week of adventures around the city. Also excellent restaurants, bakeries, shops in the area everywhere you turn, and pharmacies within a 5 minute walk where you can have your vaccine certificate converted into a passe sanitaire (on the corner of rues Cadet and La Fayette). We will definitely return, à la prochaine!
Absolutely terrible place. This is not a hotel it is apartments. The night before I was due to book into the room they contacted me at 10.30pm telling me that there had been a mix up with my room and I now was not staying in the Concorde executive suite I was now staying in the Eiffel room. Which a room downsized from what I had booked 3 weeks before. I replied to them I wanted a full refund because that was not what I booked 3 weeks ago. They replied that it was not there thought it was a new person had double booked the room. I contacted book.com and explained what the hotel had done and they contacted the manager. 2 hours later they finally contacted me and said I could have the room that I had booked. This was not a good start… when I arrived in Paris the following day it was really hard to find the hotel which is apartments and the code I had been given was the wrong code so I had to stand outside for 2 hours due to they don’t answer the phone. When I finally get access the place looked nothing like the pictures. It was dark dirty and horrible. I was told I could not book in yet but could leave my cases and come back at 3pm. I was given a phone by the cleaner who was dealing with me and it was the manager he asked who I was and laughed on the phone and said the room I had booked someone else had checked in it already. I really did not find this funnny as he did. When I came back at 3pm the owner was sitting in the reception and he was extremely flash and rude. He showed us to the suite which by the way was not a suite it was a small dark room and nothing like the pictures. There was marks on the walls and the door was damaged. When I said I don’t want to stay here and can I have my money back . He said go and stay in the four seasons and there was no way I was getting my money back ever…. And then see me out in the street . Do £1100 down and having to find another hotel. Disgusting….. DO NOT stay at this place …. Also homeless people begging outside
Enjoyed 5 nights in this wonderfully located Paris hotel on a quiet street. The room was small and could use more storage space for clothing. Front desk staff were always helpful and spoke English .. merci! Breakfast was very good with an assortment of hot and cold items . Rooms, hallways and reception were all clean appeared refurbished.
I stayed at this hotel during my first trip to Paris in the 1990s. I continued to stay there every year until 2005, when I stopped traveling to Europe for a few years. In 2018 I returned to Paris and Hotel Emile under its new ownership. They had really done a lot to spruce up the hotel even before COVID 19. My husband and I love this hotel because of its great location. The metro is just across the street. There is a great cafe downstairs on the corner and a grocery store, pastry shop, boulangerie, fromagerie, librarie, etc. all within less than a 10 min walk. It is on the edge of the Marais, the best place in Paris for night time wanderings, in my opinion. And best of all, the hotel is clean and the staff is extremely friendly and helpful. There is a real warmth and family feeling at the hotel. I wouldn't change Hotel Emile for the Hotel Charles V!
Hotel location is very good, very close to the train station, travel is very convenient, the boss is super good, we started living for five days, then came back to Paris from Frankfurt for another three days, washing clothes every day in the summer, the room is clean and tidy, the boss is The second stay also offered a discount on the room rate and breakfast. It was a very good person. I hope to go to Paris next time to stay at this hotel! Recommend everyone to stay! Thank you
The L'Avre is a charming, out-of-the-way hotel that is nonetheless tremendously convenient by virtue of its proximity to the La Motte Picquet Grenelle metro station, the junction for three metro lines. The station is a one-minute walk away. So much about this place says "old Paris" in a way that adds to its allure--the cushy furniture and bric-a-brac in the lobby, the narrow elevator, the French doors in our room, the patterned wallpaper. Even so the beds were comfortable, the bathroom thoroughly up-to-date and the staff super-friendly and helpful. And the walled garden is just the place to pass some quiet time with a cup of coffee or tea. The hotel provides a breakfast, as well, for an extra fee, though we were always too busy to take advantage of it. Our only regret was that we weren't spending more time in Paris so we could enjoy the Hotel de l"Avre even more.
I had a great stay at the newly renovated Intercontinental Paris Champs-Elysees Etoile. I was impressed as soon as I stepped into the magnificent lobby. This is an ideal hotel for either business trips or traveling for pleasure. Aside from the excellent amenities, it’s perfectly located on the Champs-Elysees. The bedroom is beautifully decorated. The bed is amazingly comfortable. I love the attention to detail, such as the Nespresso leather cover top and the Dyson dryer. Breakfast was delicious. I especially enjoyed the scrambled eggs, sausages, pineapple carpaccio and pastries. It gave me the perfect start to my busy day. Best of all, every staff member I encountered was delightful and eager to help. Thank you!
The pros of this hotel are as follows: The reception staff speak English, and are very friendly and helpful. The woman at reception printed my Disneyland Tickets which was a real life saver. The location is good. Its a 10 minute walk from the Denfert-Rouchereau station, which can get you to Disneyland, and connects straight to CDG Airport. It was sunny when we went, so we walked most places. It's a 10 minute walk to the catacombs, and within an hour walk to the eiffel tower, notre dam, and the louvre. The room has everything you need, having a double bed, a single bed, a TV, a desk, 2 bedside tables, a kettle and a hairdryer. And the housekeeping comes to tidy up daily. On the other hand: The rooms look pretty dated, but they're not too bad. But the walls are pretty thin, so if anyone makes a noise in the hotel, you're going to hear it. Breakfast is €10 per person per day, and although we didn't have it, judging by the reviews it's the usual cereals, croissants, etc. So you're probably best going to one of the many local cafes for breakfast. The reception isn't always manned, which is a problem if you need anything outside the working hours. It's open in the morning, closes for a few hours in the afternoon, and then opens again 4:30-9:30. We got a triple room (1 double and 1 single bed) for €80 a night, which is a decent price for the location. But anywhere else a hotel like this would be worth nowhere near as much, so it's slightly over priced. Usually I'd give this a 4*, but in the morning after spending our first night here, after taking a shower, a sewage type smell started coming out of the bathroom. It was disgusting, and so bad we had to leave our room. Luckily we were on our way out anyway. We told reception about this on our way out in the morning, and it was fixed by the time we came back in the night, but it did ruin the stay a little.
Third stay in this hotel and I am still seduced by their services.
I had chosen it at the very beginning for its ideal location close to the metro station - RER Charles de Gaulle Étoile and for its competitive prices.
Since my first stay, it has become my reference hotel in Paris that I recommend to everyone around me.
The welcome is at the height of a 4-star hotel: discretion, respect, sympathy and always personalized. Thanks to Driss, Zaid, and all the staff we had the chance to meet.
They have contributed to making our stays beautiful Parisian experiences thanks to their welcome, their advice and their kindness during each of our stays.
The rooms are certainly dated but they are clean and comfortable.
The bedding is excellent, the volumes of the rooms are generous, the bathrooms are always clean.
During our previous stays, we tested the rooms on the courtyard side (the 207 and 407 are perfectly quiet) then the 403 which overlooks Avenue Victor Hugo and which has a balcony offering a view of the Arc de Triomphe. Each of these rooms was immaculate.
The equipment was perfectly adapted to our needs: free wifi, television, coffee and tea available in the room with the kettle and cups, assortment of essential products in the bathroom, mini-fridge. Everything was clean and functional.
And above all, special mention for the water pressure of the shower! We loved this extra comfort!
Thank you to the whole team and see you soon
Excellent location, with 5, 6, 7 subways crossing. The room is small and basically adequate. For Chinese guests, the biggest benefit is that it is close to the Chinese community, Chinese restaurants and supermarkets have more choices, and apartment hotels with kitchens can also cook their own meals. The disadvantage is that the front desk of the hotel is slightly rigid. The air conditioner in my room does not heat, and the warranty for 2 days has not been resolved. It was the first time I had to book a car at the front desk and pay a service fee. The service of the hotel needs to be improved.
A budget 3 star hotel. It is more convenient to take the subway station for about 7 or 8 minutes. The room was small, except for the bed and luggage, there was no place to go. Breakfast is just like nothing, no surprises. The wine station is very close to Chinatown and it is convenient to eat Chinese food. There is a small memorial hall nearby, which is cheap and good, but sometimes there are many people. In short, if the requirements are not high, it is good to live.
Breakfast is amazing! The bed is very comfortable and even though the room is small, it is cozy. The location is great, just a few minutes walk from the Eiffel Tower and with several restaurants and market around.
We stayed in room 502 on May 22-24. We were lucky and got upgraded to a room with a balcony. This is an old building that has been recently renovated. The room was small but clean. The bathroom and shower were nice and it too had a balcony with doors that opened. The best part about this hotel was the staff. They were friendly and very helpful. We were able to leave our luggage with them on check out day until early evening. They were kind enough to call a taxi for us to ensure we got one that would accept credit cards. We used the elevator for our luggage only. It was an exercise to climb 6 flights of stairs, but we figured we could eat whatever we wanted! The 24 hrs grocery store is very convenient and there are lots of cafes and patisseries close by. The metro is literally steps away from the hotel. Since we were facing the street, it was quite noisy all night long but this is Paris.
Really nice hotel within walking distance to metro stations (Madeleine) - close to the opera house and place de la concorde. Hotel itself was clean, lovely rooms, well equipped with tea/coffee facilities and reception staff super accommodating and always more than happy to help out. We even got upgraded on arrival which was an added bonus. They were also able to store our luggage when we arrived and on check-out day which was a huge help. We didn't have breakfast so can't comment on food. A few nice restaurants and patisseries nearby but mostly high-end shops, however easy to hop on the metro. Overall great hotel and would definitely recommend to those visiting Paris.
It only takes about three to five minutes to walk from Paris Gare de Lyon to the hotel, which is very convenient. Did not have breakfast at the hotel, but there are Starbucks coffee around the hotel, there are many restaurants, and there are also many restaurants in the train station that can solve breakfast. The rooms are small and exquisite, and very quiet. Considering such a convenient location, it can be said to be very cost-effective. From Lyon Station, it is very convenient whether to take the subway to the main attractions shopping streets or to go to the suburbs of Versailles and Fontainebleau. recommend!
Beautiful cozy boutique hotel, near Tour Eiffel, very close to 3 different metro stations. Easy to get to and from the Charles de Gaulle Airport, by train RER B and metro, line 6, in about 1 hour. Very kind and hospitable employees. Everything was good! The design is very chic and they have a nice attention to details. Really enjoyed it and totally recommend it.
Stayed here for 2 nights with my 9 year old son. It is a budget hotel so do no expect massive rooms or luxury ! You go to Paris to see the wonderful city not sit round a hotel room ! Staff on reception were very helpful and could not have been more helpful. The rooms are small compared to other more expensive hotels but there are adequate and clean. TV and Wi-Fi are good. There is also a good bathroom and shower. Breakfast is a continental buffet and there was a good selection of breads, cheeses, cold mets etc. The Metro station is a shirt walk away and there is a laundrette directly opposite. There is a McDonalds and other restaurants close to the Metro station. There is also a great department store just round the corner. Overall a very good stay and excellent were staff.
When I returned to Paris and lived next to the Lyon train station in Paris, I could n’t help feeling that Paris was more than just land and gold, and hotel details were well done. For example, the double-layer sound insulation glass is really impossible for the capitals of too many countries. Things, such as Beijing and Athens I just went to
At the front desk, you can see the platform of the train that is about to leave and whether it is on time. The supermarket is very close downstairs. It is very close to the subway or the bus to the airport. The only downside is that you can't store your luggage for more than 12 hours unless you book the next hotel right away. Newly renovated, new equipment, small space is well utilized. All in all it's pretty good.
The hotel is in a quiet neighborhood and very unassuming. It is a 10 minute walk to the subway, though there is are a number of buses on the corner. The staff could not be more friendly, patient and accommodating. The interior design is ultra-modern, high quality and chic. The entire hotel is immaculate. We had a Queen size bed in a Standard room, as requested. The bed was The Best, as were the linens. Amenities in the room and throughout the hotel were great. The breakfast is fabulous! Waffles, eggs, sausage, ham, soppressata, fresh squeezed orange juice, delicious coffee and cappuccino, dried fruits and nuts, granola, assorted jellies and preserves, yogurt, fresh baked chocolate and plain croissants, danish, and mini apple turnovers-yum! A beautiful park is just two blocks away. If this hotel were in the heart of the city it would cost four times the price. The hotel is A LITTLE GEM.
The hotel was clean and comfortable and in a great location , walking distance from Sacre Coeur , Montmartre , Moulin Rouge. All positive. The things i didn’t like was when we were in our room there was a faint tap on door and before we even had chance to realise it was the door a man walked in to unlock the child’s bed. I feel he should of knocked harder and gave us a chance to answer before just walking in. The bar was closed for our whole stay which we weren’t notified of until we got there. Also it was hard to sleep because at 6.30 every morning there was workman making loads of noise right outside our window which I thought was too early and again we weren’t pre-warned about.
The Ibis conditions are quite good, but the surrounding environment is too bad. When we heated the food at the front desk, because of the large amount of luggage, we managed poorly. We didn’t know when someone had taken a bag and was stolen some cash. One person ran back sweating and said that he saw someone taking our bag and he was chasing it back. Then we checked that the cash was gone. But the two of us were too stupid, and thanked each other. Later, the people around me should be the thief... Then we contacted the hotel right away, the hotel expressed anger, but we finally had no right to monitor even the monitoring, who did not know who to take How to get it, can't recover it. Although there are a lot of French policemen around the market looking at the market, everyone said it was useless. . In Paris, I really want to remind all of you who have just come, pay more attention.
Great new hotel just few minutes walk from Gare de Lyon. Very close to the city centre and easy transport connections. Very nice breakfast. The bed was comfy, sound isolation from the street is very good, you don’t hear anything despite being on the Main Street, however you can hear everything what is happening in the next room. Will come back here when next time in Paris.
This was a pleasant stay. Very economical and worthwhile stay. The staff speak English so it was easy to engage them, and get help with local attractions. Reasonable Drink and food prices in the attached bar. It’s a fairly standard hostel, multiple bunks in my room (4). They need to do a better job with lockers, the lockers are quite small (9’ x 20’). This means you can only lock up some of your stuff. They don’t have locks, or power adapters for rent/sale, so make sure you bring your own. The lockers in our room were broken, would be nice if they were fixed.
We have had a great time. I'm sorry that time they didn't offer us an upgrade but we felt very comfortable.
There are some points missing for this hotel to be the most perfect, but the breakfast still not fully realized due to the pandemic was very good (they confirmed by phone that my son was not paying for being under 12 years old but weno ... I suppose that If you don't claim like this, they don't ask you ...) telephone line hardly audible, very complicated when you don't have the room service menu (because of the covid, I understand but you have to propose a digital alternative with the telephone or another, impossible to read on television The menu The most positive point that every hotel should have is its staff, I hope to see the ones that were working the last time we came.
One last thing please send me my invoice that I never received by e-mail, thank you.
Stayed here for 3 nights in a twin room. On the plus side very near to Gare Du Nord for those arriving by Eurostar. Conveniently located for cafes and restaurants towards Montmartre too. Just left out of the hotel is Riviera Brasserie which is very nuce too. On the corner of Rue de Lafayette and Magenta is a small Aldi and nearer is a small Monop convenience store that's open late. The Staff we found unfailingly helpful, filling up water bottles and providing ice. The room was clean and the shower powerful and hot. The room was cleaned every day and fresh towels given. There is shower body wash provided too. Despite my initial dismay over the airblower hairdryer in the bathroom, it was actually powerful and not too hot. Irons and ironing boards are available on request. Reading other reviews I had intended to ask for a garden view room on checkin. But I forgot after a long journey and then thought how bad can it be as I sleep with ear plugs anyway. How wrong I was, it was like trying to sleep on the M1 motorway! The aircon was actually a warm air blower no matter how far down you turned it and we were lucky to have warm weather. But the window only opened 2 inches qnd rhe noise was unbearable despite it being midweek. Luckily after a sleepless hot night I asked the very kind Receptionist Antionette if we could please move to a garden view room and despite it being very busy she found us one. The difference was huge! We could open the window and no street noise at all! I did find it strange that there was no kettle in the room as its such a basic thing? I would stay again but only in a garden facing room and not in Summer, Spring heat was just about bearable!