Hotels Near Crepes Salades In Paris

3/510 Reviews
0.1km from Crepes Salades
I have stayed at the Hipotel Paris Gambetta Republic on 236 Rue des Pyrénées on many occasions as I used to live in this part of Paris. The man and woman who normally work there during the day are very nice. I would normally rate this hotel a 3 as it is in a good location and is a good value. On my last visit I stayed there on 28 and 29 December and when I checked out at 12:00 on Sunday 30 December I had a terrible experience. I asked the younger man who was working at Reception if I could leave my small carry on luggage there for a couple of hours and he very rudely and abruptly said no, even though I have done this on a number of occasions in the past. So, I had to carry this around Paris for several hours. In addition, I was rudely told that checkout was 11 am even though their website on clearly says 12:00 noon. This individual who appears not to be a people person should be given some basic training in courtesy and customer service by the Management of this Hotel as well as training on the Hotel’s check out policy. Very disappointing as I have been a frequent guest at this hotel and as I have stayed there on many occasions in the past which is why I am only giving it a rating of 2 on this occasion.
3.3/510 Reviews
0.17km from Crepes Salades
I picked this hotel primarily because of its proximity to the world famous Père Lachaise Cemetery. Although I had been in Paris before, I had never visited this place where famous people like Oscar Wilde, Chopin and Jim Morrison are interred among many. Moreover, I had only a day in Paris as I was heading elsewhere. The hotel is a three star place. Although nothing spectacular, I found the place extraordinarily clean and comfortable. If you are a light sleeper, I would ask for a room away from the street. Personally, I enjoyed hearing the noises of Paris streets as they lulled me into a slumber, while I imagined that I was in a Peter Seller movie with its police cars blaring their typical Parisienne sirens. The bathrooms were clean and basic. The queen/king sized bed was very comfortable with clean sheets and a very thick daown or faux-down comforter. Although the hotel has a restaurant, I would recommend an early evening stroll along the Rue des Pyrénées. You will come across a number of small shops selling fruits, groceries and find a lot of eateries and bars, where you will find people of the 20th arrondissement where this place is located. The crowds are jovial, friendly, full of life with families included. You can even practice your French with your neighbors as you dig into typical daily French cuisine.
3.9/510 Reviews
0.18km from Crepes Salades
We "discovered" this charming hotel by accident--the Paris heatwave of 2019 (i.e., we booked a room in a hotel without AC). After making the decision to check out of that hotel, we found this one at the last moment, and what a relief from the moment we walked in the door. And the AC is quite good (and you have complete control over temperature and fan speed). Our weekday manager, Veronique, was very welcoming and helpful, and we were able to settle into one of the two rooms we had booked as a "family room": one room with two twin beds, another a short way down the hall with a queen. The twin bed room (#43) has a bath; (#44) a shower. Both look onto an open airway (sorry, no views here), but at the price, it's fantastic--very quiet and very comfortable. There is no fridge in the room, nor microwave, but the staff will let you store a bottle of wine in the fridge (the stores close around 10, so make sure you plan). The rooms have great lighting (including flexible reading lights!), and are equipped with storage space and a desk. By "American" standards, the rooms may be considered small (and the elevator smaller--think moving phone booth), but again, don't try to sleep four to a room here--you can't. Staff will clean your room if you want (they are also "Eco" rated, so if you don't need a clean towel, keep it off the floor and staff will leave it), the tele does offer CNN International as the only English channel, and there is a McDonald's across the street if you must. But at your doorstep are several good bakeries, a well-stocked grocery (Carrefour is two short blocks away), and the Gambetta Metro stop (#3). Pere Lachaisse Cemetery is a five minute walk. And a host of very good bars and restaurants. You will really experience the charm of Paris here, away from the tourist crowds. Oh, and the #69 bus (that Rick Steves and others list as "the" public bus tour of Paris)? It stops right in front of the hotel. Mind you, it took us more than an hour to travel from here to the Champ de Mars (the park in front of the Tour Eiffel), but what a trip--it drives by the Hotel de Ville, through the Louvre, past Les Invalides...). Keep in mind that the neighborhood is smack-dab in the center of the 20er Arrondissement--it's one more stop till the end of the line for the Metro (but it's within the beltway). Be prepared to discover the wonders of the Metro... And if you've ever seen old movies where you turn in your key before you leave--they still do that here. And there is always someone at the front desk (although the evening staff's English is a little more limited, they are quite helpful, and you're in Paris!). So, to "vos saviours" at L'Hotel Palma, merci beaucoup. You really helped us to save our trip.
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.18km from Crepes Salades
Great and comfortable hotel if you're looking to save some money and don't mind travelling a bit to get to the city center. Clean, good-sized rooms (especially for French standards); comfortable and large beds; noisy street but with the windows closed you don't hear anything; nice, French breakfast is served in your room at the time you agreed on; tv, a/c, heating in the room; friendly staff. It takes about 20-30 mins by public transport to get to the center of Paris, but the metro is just around the corner and there is a direct bus to Gare du Lyon. Neighborhood is quite nice with different restaurants, bars and bistro's and some shops within 10 mins walking from the hotel. Good value for money and would definitely come back here again!
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.28km from Crepes Salades
I stayed in Hotel Paris Gambetta in the mid October. I definitely recommend this place if you plan to visit Paris! Let me point out some of the pros: Location: Even thought, hotel is placed far from the "city center" the location is great. There is a metro station Gambetta near by so it's easy to go everywhere. Also, there is McDonald (if you need morning coffee), Franrpix market where you can buy almost everything and Pere Lachaise cementery. Rooms: I stayed in the room on the 2nd floor. You can take a lift there or staircase (which looks excatly like on french movies - I love it). The room was spacious, so as bathroom. It was cleaned everyday and towels were changed. We have a view on the street. It would be nice if there was a kettle in the room (as it was in a hotel that I stayed earlier) but unfortunately it wasn't. The wifi connection was great. Hotel staff: I have a pleasure to meet two men at the reception desk and they were extremely nice and helpful. And it's true that people in Paris do not like speak english, but those two men spoke perfect english. Also, I like the idea of leaving the key in the reception desk while we were exploring Paris. I didn't have to worry that I will lose. Next time in Paris, I will definitely choose Hotel Paris Gambetta.
3.5/55 Reviews
0.31km from Crepes Salades
A nice little hotel in the 20th Arrondissement. Within a easy walk from the métropolitain and the several bus stops. Located on the Rue des Pyrennes, the street is filled with shops featuring meats, cheese, wines, etc. And, a large number of cafes and brasseries nearby so you won't starve. The hotel staff is multi-lingual and very pleasant. Basic amenities. A price friendly alternative to the more expensive "name" hotels.
3.4/510 Reviews
0.66km from Crepes Salades
me ad my boyfriend went to this hotel from 26 to 30 of december. the hotel is located in a multi-ethnic part of the city and it is near to the famous Père Lachaise Cemetery. the room is small and cozy even if very small and basic: we had a double bed, a small wardrobe, a window, a television and a very small bathroom. if you are a tourist, who spend all the day around for the city, this is a very good accomodation, since it's near to the subway station. the staff is very kind and helpful.
3.8/514 Reviews
0.72km from Crepes Salades
Hipotel Paris Belgrand is located in Paris’s 20th district, near the Père Lachaise Cemetery and flea markets. This low-cost hotel allows guests to have access to all of Paris.Paris Belgrand offers soundproofed rooms with a private bathroom, satellite TV and a minibar. All rooms are serviced by an elevator.The buffet breakfast is served daily in the hotel’s dining area. The staff at Hipotel Paris will be happy to help you organise your stay in Paris 24 hours a day.Hipotel Paris Belgrand is 75 metres from Metro Porte de Bagnolet, which can takes guests to all of Paris’s main attractions, including the famous Louvre Museum and Eiffel Tower.
3/512 Reviews
0.89km from Crepes Salades
Located in the 20th district in central Paris, this stylish hotel was designed by Philippe Starck. It offers ultramodern guest rooms with an iMac computer.Each air-conditioned guest room has free Wi-Fi access and all of the private bathrooms include a hairdryer and amenities.Traditional French cuisine is served in the brasserie-style restaurant at hotel Mama Shelter, and there is also a pizzeria. Guests can enjoy cocktails in the Chic-Chic bar and a buffet breakfast is prepared every morning.Mama Shelter features an amusement area with table football and a gift shop.La Flèche d’Or music venue is located opposite the hotel. Alexandre Dumas Metro Station is 750 metres away, providing access to the Montmartre district and the Sacré-Coeur Basilica.
3.9/510 Reviews
0.96km from Crepes Salades
We stayed 2 nights in the Adagio Access Paris Philippe Auguste, from 16-18 July 2018. The location next to the Père Lachaise Cemetery and close to the Metro stop Philippe Auguste with easy access to central Paris is excellent. The Père Lachaise is so beautiful, and we spent hours walking there. During our stay in the Adagio Access Paris Philippe Auguste no-one came to clean our room, and we had to buy our own toilet paper as we ran out. Our room was very hot and no air-conditioning / fan. The communication about breakfast was somewhat misleading. We thought breakfast was included, at checkout we discovered that it was 9€ per person per day – definitely over priced. Had we been aware of this, we would have bought bread etc. at the nearby bakery. There was free coffee until 9 pm, which was nice; the staff were friendly, but they do not speak very much English. When we booked our room, we asked for a parking space, but the first night our car had to stay in the street, because the staff in charge of parking was not on duty when we arrived. On the second day, we managed to get a parking space. For two nights, the hotel was ok as a base for exploring Paris, but if I had to stay more than 2 nights, I would choose a hotel with better housekeeping and aircondition.
4.7/5Outstanding11 Reviews
0.97km from Crepes Salades
The ibis Paris Père Lachaise hotel is located in the center of Paris, a stone's throw from the Oberkampf district and 0.6 miles (1 km) from Opéra Bastille. The hotel is served by metro lines 2 and 3 and buses 61 and 69, granting it direct access to Paris' train stations (Gare de Lyon 15 minutes away, Austerlitz 20 minutes away) and the main tourist attractions. It has 31 rooms including 1 for guests with reduced mobility. Free WIFI available.
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.99km from Crepes Salades
The hotel is easy to reach from Gard de Nord train station being only 6 stops on Metro Line 2 and then a 5 minute walk. However its half way down a small road which is easy to miss in the dark so pay attention. The rooms are based either side of a central passageway and on either the ground or first floor, accessed by stairs, no lifts. I was on the first floor and this was not a problem for me but might be for others. I had a Standard Double Studio which has the bedroom partially separate from the small kitchenette and shower room / toilet. The room was quiet and, although small, normal for Paris. Everything was provided as expected including a nice coffee machine but only 1 coffee capsule and 2 tea bags, as I was there for 4 nights I bought more from the local supermarket. The room was quiet during my stay and neither too hot nor cold. The only negative point I would make is although this was a 'Double' the bed was pushed up against the wall meaning that a second person would have to get out of bed by climbing over the other person or via the end of the bed, fortunately I was on my own but maybe a question to ask booking. Overall the hotel and room met by expectations and I would stay there again,

Hotels Near Crepes Salades In Paris Review

4.8/5281 Reviews
1. The location is very good. The Arc de Triomphe is a transportation hub. This is one of the many divergent roads of the Arc de Triomphe. It is very convenient to walk to the Arc de Triomphe and take the subway. 2. The hotel is clean and the window is a typical French street. I feel that the thick French night rain street view 3 has good fireworks around it. Compared to living on the Chancellor Avenue, it is more convenient. There are many fruit shops, supermarkets, Chinese-style Japanese restaurants nearby, and one Very good bakery, easy to buy fruit and breakfast, the hotel on Chancellor Avenue is convenient to buy luxury goods, but there is no convenience for eating here 4 nearby are all similar hotels, all are similar, you can choose the right one according to your economy Yes, cheap and comfortable
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4.6/598 Reviews
The service attitude of the mansion is really super good! ! ! The house we originally booked did not include breakfast, but the sister gave me a free breakfast for one day. From now on, I booked breakfast every day to eat hhh croissants and pies, which won the praise of my friends and friends. The location of the hotel is also very good. It is very convenient. In addition, it is very important to emphasize that the small garden in the mansion is really warm. We can sit. Chatting in the small garden, although the daylight in Paris is hot to doubt the life, but the cool breeze at night is particularly comfortable~ Don't say anything, such a comfortable accommodation experience. I will definitely not choose this hotel next time in Paris~~ In addition, the service attitude of the young lady of the Chinese is really awesome for the five stars.
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4.6/5239 Reviews
Very recommended hotel, although the location is not in the central location, but there are subway stations within a few minutes walk, Paris is small, there are many subway stations, extending in all directions, the two stations are not far apart, a few minutes walk in Xiang Street . The hotel was decorated in a small style and the room was very comfortable. We set a double room, two big two small stays, a free bed, three small beds enough for us to live. The younger brother at the front desk is very nice and polite. The breakfast is very rich, all kinds of small bread are very delicious, summed up, is the best breakfast in the line for ten days.
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4/5280 Reviews
Overall good, safe, very close to various attractions, safe, better than domestic quick! The overall feeling is good! Breakfast is western style, we set a family room for three people at regular intervals, the other bed is simple and pretty good! Parking in Paris is not easy to suggest green travel, you can just walk around to various attractions!
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4.6/582 Reviews
I used to go to the outlet the day before going to Disneyland ^ ^ The room was large and comfortable, 1.2 minutes walk from the station in front of the shopping mall. It seems to be convenient because there is also a train station and a shuttle bus to Disneyland.
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