Hotels Near L'Arlequin Cafe In Paris

4.5/5Excellent17 Reviews
0.04km from L'Arlequin Cafe
On arrival the man at reception was rude and told us he was ‘too tired to speak English’ and told us to speak in French and then started serving another customer. Very unwelcoming. When we tried to speak French he started to laugh at us. Was also promised a garden room over email which we did not receive. Asked for an extra pillow for my back and was told by the man at reception that he was too busy whilst watching tv in the reception area. As soon as I mentioned Trip Advisor, he couldn’t have gotten up quicker to get it for me. Room was ok, minus a few stains on the bedsheets, had to go down to reception to get more and change the sheets myself. Overall, very disappointing stay, don’t know if there’s a possibility of getting money back but I doubt it. Really wouldn’t recommend, there are some other 3 star hotels in the area that are probably better. Particularly because it was a holiday to celebrate my birthday.
0/50 Reviews
0.1km from L'Arlequin Cafe
With a stay at Lafayette Hotel in Paris (Paris City Centre), you'll be a 5-minute walk from Canal Saint-Martin and within a 5-minute drive of Moulin Rouge. This hotel is 1.5 mi (2.5 km) from Centre Pompidou and 1.6 mi (2.5 km) from Les Halles.Take in the views from a garden and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access.Stay in one of 22 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have showers and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include complimentary bottled water and blackout drapes/curtains, and housekeeping is provided daily.
4.2/5Very Good13 Reviews
0.21km from L'Arlequin Cafe
I have been staying at this hotel for 5 years ...usually 4-5 times a year.The staff are excellent very helpful and friendly.The breakfast is very good for the price.It is in a good location for Eurostar travellers 12-15 minutes metro steps to deal with with luggage!.I would not stay anywhere else in Paris and I have stayed in quite a number of Paris hotels before I found Ibis Chateau Landon Gare do Nord.
4.3/5Excellent12 Reviews
0.25km from L'Arlequin Cafe
I know someone may say far but belive me 30 min by metro you by Louvre! We Enjoyed our 2 night stay with small kids! Staff absolutely great polite and helpful! Very clean! We just wanted to say Thank you for looking after us and tidying our room 801 even we did not needed! We did not heard any single noise or wd did have had no issues! For 2 nights was brilliant! There is supermarket walking towards metro Blanc smth:) Also very nice restaurants by the cannal. 20 min to montmarte to sacre-coare. U get 2 different metro lines in walking distance -10-15 min really no problem! We felt safe and area seems as everywhere! We had unpleasant experience in the centre other than hotel area! So you never know:) Really nice hotel for short stay! Breakfast ok! Lovely croissants and what else u need:) heh
1.8/514 Reviews
0.27km from L'Arlequin Cafe
Hotel at gare du nord ... lovely hotel on a corner. Beds are comfy and clean , tv and safe . 3 tables and swing open modern windows and curtains . Salvatore looks a bit sketchy but works , quadrangle is nice with bits to sit at. 4 minute walk from gare du nord or gare de lest ( north and east stations ) Gare du nord is Europe’s biggest train station so the area is very busy especially on a Friday if it’s sunny . If you come out the hotel and turn right and cross the bridge it looks a very sketchy area , also don’t trust the bridge adjacent , turn left instead and then first right over the safer bridge , this will take you to gare du nord Or left outside hotel criss the road over the heating vent square and there is a lovely ristorante, for example 1 calzone and pizza and one brew dog punk ipa = 30 odd euro , they then may give you two glasses of wine while you wait and appetisers. Gare du nord staff are very helpful and presented well. They have a vending machine with ice tea chocolate crisps etc iirc. Overall I was very pleased with my stay and will return in the future without a doubt .
3.9/540 Reviews
0.3km from L'Arlequin Cafe
Initial Impression: Not great. The entrance is locked in the evening and can only be opened by the reception. I would gather this is for security purposes however did not left us as guest feeling secure because we were stuck outside while the reception was busy with a group checking in. Check In: It was prompt once we were let in. However no complimentary drink as am Ibis Silver member. Communication: Not great. We inquired in regards to good dining establishments nearby and was told just to walk around the area. Disappointing. Room: Clean. Adequate space for two. Bath pressure and temperature was good but it was a bath tub + shower design and there were no anti slip mats available. This is an accident waiting to happen. The shampoo+body wash+handwash was basically a 3-in-1 solution. Amenities: As with all Ibis Styles, a simple breakfast buffet is included in the price. However we've definitely had better food and service in other Ibis Styles. Available were a few bread, croissants, chocolate au pain, cereal and assortment of packaged jams and nutella. Mixed fruit juice and coffee was also available. You will need to be early to avoid crowds as it gets really busy during usual times and some items will not be replenished or takes a long time. There's no minibar/fridge in the room. No kettle in the room either. However guest were free to have coffee/tea from the breakfast area throughout the day. There's also one pc to use as well as a foosball table. Location: Good as it is basically next to the exit of Chateu Landon stop on Metro Line 7 and a short walk to Gare de l'Est and a 10 minute walk to Gare du Nord.
1/58 Reviews
0.33km from L'Arlequin Cafe
For our first time travel in the city of Paris we chose to stay in this hostel. It's a budget place to stay, do not expect any luxury but you can expect kindness and warm welcome from the staff. Room was nice and clean, nice view and amazing location for city exploration. There is wonderful park 10-15 min away for walking enthusiasts, vicinity of public transport, 2-3 min walk from hostel itself, many restaurants and street food around and small shops as well. You'll need 20 min to get to the Champs-Élysées by metro. In hostel amenities there are nice little bar with decent prices and happy hour options and self service kitchen if you like to prepare your own dishes. We got what we expected, we could say that this was a good deal when you take into consideration price and service given. Definitely recommend.
3.5/55 Reviews
0.4km from L'Arlequin Cafe
This was probably the worse hotel i have ever stayed at in my life. I was not expecting much but still a big disappointment for me. Okay lets start, first of all the Pros: 1 minute walk to the train station (Jaures) Close to the Gare du nord station (13 mins walk) Mcdonalds downstairs Cons: 1. NO FAN ( During summer months in paris July & August it gets till about 35 degrees during the day and at night its about 20 degree with humidity. They do NOT provide a single fan , i repeat DO NOT provide a fan. They expect the windows to do the job. Hello!! its so hot in the room and outside. how do you expect the wind will just cool it down if there is no wind) 2. Very noisy at night ( Since the train is so close, you could here the train running till about 2am and drunk people everywhere screaming) 3. Sketchy area ( please be careful of this side of paris, its scary) 4. Free breakfast is crap ( why have a free breakfast? if you cannot afford a free breakfast after all?) 5. The whole hotel is very old and sketchy. I did not feel safe staying here, Not being it old or anything but it just feels like theres a ghost or something. I am not sure, its scary place for me. Because of this hotel and its area i really did see the dark side of paris. Paris is beautiful just dont go to this part of the city.
4.5/5Excellent11 Reviews
0.42km from L'Arlequin Cafe
My husband and I stayed 7 nights here. The first night was in an standard room (#304). It was nice and clean but very small (yes, I know many hotel rooms are small in Paris). Window to the quite dull backyard. The big downside was that about 60-70cm from the bed's foot end, was the shower and toilet. Only separated with a shower curtain. No door! They had taken away all previous glass doors due to risk of accidents. Me and my husband of course know each other very well, but without any privacy in the toilet - and all "sounds" from there right by the bed, it's far from ideal. At least for us. (We had actually ordered a superior room from the booking site, but there had been an unrepairable mistake. That's why we got the standard room ... Anyway, the supernice staff made it possible to upgrade to a superior room the next day. That made all the difference in the world! Thank you for making this possible! Room 202, was just lovely. A big larger, a solid door to the bathroom (bathtub and toilet) and streetview. There's a waterkettle and mugs in each room but no tea nor coffee. Windows are well sound isolated if you keep them shut, of course. We chose to have our window open during all night. After a night or two we were not at all disturbed by the metro (not beeing underground at the Jaurés station nereby) nor the traffic and typical citynoice. Inner walls ar not as sound isolated though. There is a very small elevator in the building. It starts at the second floor to which there are 20 steps. That's where the reception is too. The staff was very kind and carried our suitcases up the stairs from/to the street. Avenue Sécretan is a lively street with "everything" you need very close and a fresh baguette is just across the hotel entrance. Location is perfect with different metro lines, the nice canal, shops, cafés and restaurants close by. Sunday is market day on the hotel street, starting quite early. This is a hotel we definitely will return to, making sure to book a superior room!
4.1/5Very Good125 Reviews
0.42km from L'Arlequin Cafe
After reading great reviews online about this hostel for backpackers/ solo travellers, I decided to opt for this instead of Les Piaules (2nd best rated), I got a great deal with free cancellation, 4 nights for £108. This price is outstanding compared to the extremely high costs in the city centre. Only bought a carnet of 10 tickets (€14.90) which lasted me the duration of the 4 days as you can generally walk most places. Check in for the hotel was a nightmare. As check in is around 3pm, everyone and I mean everyone was queuing to check in. The queue was out the door. This process took over 40 minutes which was ridiculous. I would recommend arriving later if possible. The rooms were nice, I stayed in a 4 bed. Plenty of room and everything was to a high standard. Loved the usb and lights in bed, loads of room and plenty of storage area. There is also lockable drawer under bed which is huge! But you need a padlock, which you can buy at reception (pricey). The restaurant in the hotel was expensive so I avoided, however they do have a lovely roof bar with a great view. Overall, not bad. Would recommend (especially because of the location (2min to subway).
4.7/5Outstanding11 Reviews
0.44km from L'Arlequin Cafe
I reserved and paid in advance a non-refundable fee. Big mistake, I could have waited until the price went down by $20 ($82 to $62), which it did!. Anyhow, the hotel is clean, the lobby is tiny and the area is a little dirty (the canal has some homeless people). The elevator is not at the same level as the rooms, you have to walk few steps upstairs to get to them. There is a McDonald's across the hotel where many guys with motorcycles gather outside at night. Location: It is half a block from the Jaures metro station with good connections to Montmartre (3 or 4 lines) and other centric places. We did not have the hotel breakfast, but there is a great bakery on the right-hand side as you leave the hotel. It has great coffee and pastries. We bought bread and cider here, tomatoes on the other side of the hotel entrance (200 feet), then went to a Serrano ham store on Blvd. Saint Michel (Pierre Oteiza, Basque ham, prosciutto-like), made our own sandwiches, and voila! Picnic at The Tuileries Garden. On the left hand of the hotel, as you exit, there are several shops to buy groceries (tomatoes!) and other useful stuff (umbrellas). Overall, it was good for the price. And YES! It has decent AC, a luxury in the summer.
4/5Very Good6 Reviews
0.46km from L'Arlequin Cafe
We returned here for 4 nights this time.We paid the extra for an upgraded room and it was worth the money.Lovely large room with wet room on the 7th (top) floor..There were a few niggles 3 large bedside tables but not a single drawer which meant living out of suitcase.Plenty hanging space and 1 shelf.Good sized fridge and safe.Nespresso coffee machine ,tray and kettle took up most of 1 bedside table.Using the kettle meant moving the heavy table as kettle base was fixed and cord too short to reach socket. Door and lift key had to be reset most days unfortunately.Usually after we’d gone i’m up in lift. I hope someone has looked at the bulge on the ceiling above bed head.Told reception.Would hate very high ceiling to come down during the night Breakfast was excellent We would happily stay here again

Hotels Near L'Arlequin Cafe In Paris Review

5/511 Reviews
Stayed 9 nights. Got a room in the 5' floor with balcony. Small but very nice. Superb location, some 20 m. from the Rue Rivoli on a quiet small street. No noise at all. Meters from St. Jaques Tour and the Hotel de Ville (Municipality). Exit from the Hotel de Ville Metro station, exit Rue Coutellierie, has mechanic stairs till the street which is not so common. For elderly people, or with baby trolleys, etc. is perfect. Walking distance from Forum des Halles, Louvre, Pompidou Center, Notre Dame, Latin Quarter, etc. Everyone speaks english. Stephan speaks Spanish as well. Very nice and helpful good looking and cooperative guy. Completely refrubrished. Insulated walls prevent from any noise from other rooms or street which is anyway very quiet. Beautiful, small bathroom. Small but has everything. New furniture. Wooden floor. New and very good quality of towels. Very good heating. Kettle and coffe machine in the room. Now cons: not everything is bright: The room is perfect but very very small. Has very little shelves and room for clothes. Beautiful but extremely small. Need to improve exterior entrance which is brown, dark, and old, leaving a not nice impression. Nice and clean lobby but outside look, needs improvement. Same with the corridors rugs. I will definitely come back and recommend to my friends, those who don't mind to stay in a very small room - but very nice and pleasant.
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4.3/5102 Reviews
Good location, nearby Carrefour, franprix and other supermarkets! I live on the 2nd floor facing the street, and it is very quiet at night, but the sound insulation between the room and the room is really average. The room is not large and has a balcony (not every room, so it is best to leave a message to tell the room with a balcony when booking) ), There is also a door in the bathroom sharing a balcony with the room, so the balcony is quite large. The hotel only provides shampoo, shower gel and hair dryer. Slippers, toothbrushes and toothpaste are not provided, so it is recommended to bring your own toiletries. Lines 7 and 10 are only 5 minutes' walk from the surrounding area. Line 4 is about 15 minutes away. The 5th district is a Latin area, surrounded by universities, so it is safe! The hotel has access control locks, staff need to help open the door to enter! Breakfast is an ordinary western-style breakfast, bread, milk, eggs, oatmeal, sausage and cheese. A tax of 1.88 euros per person per night, which must be paid to the front desk when checking out. This Ctrip will also call you when you are in China to inform you that this tax must be paid to the hotel separately! The hotel provides free wlan, but the Internet speed is average, the room has air conditioning and heating. In short, the price is high!
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4.5/579 Reviews
In Christmas 2019 in France, I ordered a Superior King Room (with sofa bed). The size of the room is already relatively large in Paris. The two 24-inch boxes can be spread out and can be used at the same time. Hotel location: In the 1st district, about 10 minutes from the Louvre if not. The entrance of the hotel is Line 1 and Line 14 subway stations, which is very convenient (although we happened to strike in France when we went there, the subway stopped ... But it is very convenient to live here if you come here to play). There are a variety of restaurants near the hotel downstairs, from McDonald's to Italian French and Japanese. There is also a 10-minute walk from St. Eustache Church. The church will have an organ show around 5pm on Sunday, which is worth a look. Room facilities: There is a kettle (I originally brought a portable kettle, but the boiled water has white foam. In the end, I can only use the hotel. Fortunately, the hotel's kettle is quite clean. The shampoo and bath are two in one. Washing hands and washing face in one. The smell is very comfortable. It doesn't dry out after washing. Breakfast: Special! do not! it is good! We stayed in Paris for 5 nights. One of the most anticipated daily is the hotel breakfast. There are various types of bread such as ham, bacon, cheese, and baguettes. The best thing is their croissant and small square chocolate filling. The bag has a particularly crispy outer skin, and the inside is very soft. The fruits are also cut. The oranges, kiwis, pineapples, grapefruits, bananas, and watermelons are also available. You can also squeeze the juice directly (but the grapefruit is a bit bitter and is not recommended ), The coffee machine is also self-service, there are latte, fast coffee, cappuccino, etc., hot dishes are omelet, tomato sauce, bean sauce, boiled potatoes, etc. Others are oatmeal, raspberry juice, grapefruit juice and orange juice ( Of course it's ice). If you want to eat fried eggs, you can tell the waiter that the kitchen is fried and delivered to the location. Overall the hotel experience is very good.
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4/510 Reviews
Booked based on location before reading reviews so was a little nervous about what to expect. Have to say I saw no evidence of the poor maintenance shown in some photos, the public areas of the hotel and our room were in perfect order and very clean. The staff couldn't have been more helpful and the front desk is manned 24x7. We arrived far too early for check-in hoping we could just leave our bags but the room was ready so they let us have it right away. They kept hold of our bags for us until an evening flight on check-out day too. The room was quite small but that's normal for the old buildings in the area. Shower was over the bath but decent pressure. Location is ideal, at the quieter end of one of the less busy streets in the Marais, so only two minutes walk from all the cafes, bars and restaurants but not too noisy. I will happily book again next time I'm working in Paris.
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4.9/514 Reviews
I've stayed at this hotel on several occasions in the past, and after a 10 year gap I returned to Paris for a few days and booked again. I was not disappointed! The location is just excellent...Pompidou is a block away, BHV literally opposite. Le Marais, Notre Dame etc. are a short stroll, and everywhere else a quick metro ride away. I was in town for work but even being tired at the end of the day, getting out to eat and sightsee in the evenings was effortless. The hotel has a contemporary boutique feel - stylish but subtle and nicely updated since my previous visits. The staff are friendly and extremely helpful, and my room was modern and comfortable. I opted for the express breakfast each morning, which offers juice, coffee and a selection of wonderful fresh breads and pastries. A perfect start to my day and again served by a welcoming and friendly member of staff. I can't recommend this place enough, and I will be returning on my next Paris visit!
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4.4/512 Reviews
We stayed here for 4 nights at the end of February. The first two nights were on the 3rd floor facing the street. It was significantly loud with traffic and street noise. On the third night we switched to a 4th floor room that faces the courtyard and alley. MUCH quieter. Both rooms were executive sized (larger than standard.) It was nice to have the extra room, however, there were at least two too-many pieces of furniture in each room that ate up a lot of the space! We could have done without the extra side chair and occasional table. (Or keep those two and get rid of the love seat!) It didn't help that my wife and I each had two large pieces of luggage each. The furniture is a little dated but not unsettling. The beds were very comfortable and the bathroom modern and clean. (although the shower had a very slow drain and the pan backed up with a pool of water, yuck.) One more thing about the first bathroom: The faucets were a design of smooth chrome; so smooth that it was impossible to turn them off with wet hands! Design fail! The executive room we moved to on the 4th floor was a bit bigger, and better laid out. This one had a tub shower and workable faucets! FTW! The roof deck is NOT TO BE MISSED! One of the best views in Paris! All front desk and cleaning staff were gracious and very helpful. I would possibly stay here again if only for the location and roof top view!
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