Hotels Near La Commune In Paris
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0.09km from La CommuneFeaturing free WiFi and a sun terrace, Les Piaules is a hostel in Paris close to the popular area of Belleville. Guests can enjoy a drink at the on-site snack bar.All rooms are fitted with a shared bathroom equipped with a shower and toilet. Bed linen and towels can be rented at this property.Les Piaules offers a 24-hour front desk, on-site shops and a shared lounge with a TV. Additional facilities include a library and lockers for guests&rsquo; convenience. Guests can also relax in the games room.The nearest station is Couronnes Metro Station, 120 metres from Les Piaules. Buttes-Chaumont Park is 11 minutes&rsquo; walk from the property and Place de la R&eacute;publique is 1.2 km away. The nearest airport is Paris - Orly Airport, 20 km from Les Piaules.
0.3km from La CommuneMy wife and I were celebrating our 30th wedding anniversary in Paris for the week and plans to visit our daughter in Berlin the next week. We searched everywhere for a hotel near restaurants the metro and live music. This hotel is all those things and more. Nearby restaurant, metro just down the street, and a pub with live music right on the corner. The room was clean, bathroom and shower were great, and a view of the street without much noise. We loved our room with a king bed, which I was told we wouldn’t be able to find at a reasonable price. The free breakfast was outstanding and the staff was friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable. We couldn’t of dreamed of a better experience. Unfortunately due to COVID-19 we were forced to cut our stay short. We didn’t get to see our daughter and were devastatingly disappointed we were so close. Although the Hotel Manager was disappointed we had to leave she was very accommodating and kind about our refund of the unused nights from our short stay. We plan to come back and I highly recommend this hotel to anyone who wants a great place to stay, marvelous staff, and wonderful rooms
0.32km from La CommuneDo you want to stay somewhere and experience real Paris? You won't find a tour bus stopping here. It is clean and it is affordable. It is also spacious. The wifi worked. There was a tv and a shower. The neighborhood is a bit sketchy, but there were people everywhere so it was fine. The owners may not speak English as per other commenters. I don't know. As I speak French, it was fine. They were nice. You could probably manage with an easy translation app. It isn't like you are going to discuss much with them anyway so don't let that keep you away. The staircase is definitely unique and challenging so if you have mobility issues, you will need to reconsider. They do help with your luggage though. I will stay here again if I return. Basic French breakfast is provided and it's fine, but we took advantage of the pastry places since we don't get to France much. Restaurants and grocery stores in very close proximity. The bed was a little hard so if you need a plush bed, maybe not your joint.
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0.42km from La CommuneStop at Hotel Scarlett to discover the wonders of Paris. Offering a variety of facilities and services, the hotel provides all you need for a good night's sleep. To be found at the hotel are free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour security, daily housekeeping, fax machine, taxi service. Television LCD/plasma screen, mirror, towels, closet, internet access – wireless (complimentary) can be found in selected guestrooms. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. Hotel Scarlett is an excellent choice from which to explore Paris or to simply relax and rejuvenate.
0.52km from La CommuneThis hotel is located in the centre of Paris, 850 metres from Place de la République and a 15-minute walk from Pere Lachaise Cemetery. It offers free Wi-Fi access.All rooms at the Hotel Leonard De Vinci are traditionally furnished and are equipped with double-glazed windows, a TV and a private bathroom. All rooms are accessible by a lift.Breakfast at the Leonard De Vinci can be served in the guests' room or in the cosy atmosphere of the former cellar, with vaulted ceiling. Guests can enjoy a drink at the hotel’s bar.Metro Station Parmentier is 280 metres away, giving direct access to Bastille, Gare de l’Est and Gare du Nord. It is a 20-minute walk from Belleville and Buttes Chaumont.
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0.57km from La CommuneThe 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,
0.57km from La CommuneWe could have easily given this hotel a better review because of its good location and clean rooms. We really enjoyed our stay up until the very last night when our room was robbed (along with three other rooms). 1. Four rooms were robbed (with other guests from Europe and South America). The affected rooms were in different levels of the hotel, and we were all scheduled to check-out the next day. We do not know if the thief/thieves were able to gain access to this information. The hotel receptionist said that this was just a mere coincidence, but this is hard to believe. 2. No forced entry in any of the affected rooms, which means that our rooms were easily opened using a hotel key card. During the night of the robbery, the hotel receptionist said that only the hotel receptionist and the cleaners have a copy of the master key card. We were later told that one of the master key cards went missing. We do not know how it went missing, but this was the hotel receptionist’s explanation of how the thief/thieves were able to enter our rooms. 3. Our luggage zippers/locks were destroyed (the other guests' luggage zippers were also destroyed in the same way), so even though our shopping purchases and some valuables were kept inside closed and locked luggages, they were still forcibly opened. 4. We wanted to view the CCTV footage, but the hotel receptionist said that there wasn't any CCTV camera in the hotel. This is very surprising, given that the hotel has several rooms across several floors (6 levels). The hotel lobby and hotel entrance did not have a CCTV camera, even though the main door of the hotel has a sticker/sign that says that the hotel is being monitored by surveillance videos. 5. When we asked the receptionist to call the police, he said that he couldn't get in touch with the police. However, we were easily able to call the police by ourselves. We spent the next day in a police station to file a formal police report. 6. Upon checking-out, the hotel offered to waive the cost of our hotel bill, and after we left Paris, the hotel’s management also offered to compensate us for a partial amount of the value of the items that were stolen from our room. We appreciate this gesture from the hotel’s management. We’ve all read about pickpockets and the growing number of scams in Paris, and as travelers we try our best to prepare and avoid that. But the last place that you would expect to get robbed is in your own hotel room where you should feel the safest while you are on a vacation. Naturally, we were left feeling very disappointed since we never expected this to happen in a hotel with good reviews. We hope that the hotel can improve its security so that future guests wouldn’t have to feel scared or worried that a thief/thieves can enter their hotel room at any time. We truly appreciate the concern shown by the hotel manager following the incident. If only we could have also received the same level of concern from the hotel s
0.62km from La CommuneThere is so much to see in Paris, a city of two million people, it doesn’t matter too much where you base yourself. So the welcoming Hor Les Lumieres on a side street in the 11th Arrondissement nestled between Parmentier & Oberkampf stations is a pretty good choice. We were especially pleased to find this as our original hotel (Ibis Styles, if you’re interested) let us down just 4 days prior when they stated they could only allocate a twin room (we’d booked a double) with a shower only (we’d booked a bath). It’s a good job I always check. As with thousands of Parisian hotel rooms, it is compact and every effort has been made to maximize storage space. There are two sets of floor to ceiling windows opening out to the street. We had two twin beds put together with separate bedding so we did have to get up and push them back together at intervals. There’s a handy dropdown table attached to one wall which we needed up permanently Two wardrobe areas holding 14 quality wooden hangers and the obligatory fold up clothes airer There are no drawers so just the base of the hanging area to keep your undies plus shelves above and below space Two bedside tables A small seat The bathroom is small and therefore on the dark side although with a good mirror plus another just outside. Two large and two small towels and bathmat Detachable shower over small bath Four plastic glasses Shower gel and shampoo bottles Solid soap Hairdryer Tissues The room had power sockets in all the convenient places with two easily mirrors reachable when styling hair. The full-length mirror is very handy to have outside the bathroom. The lighting was pretty good with a fabulous overhead fitting, a light the length of the headboard plus what now seems the hotel standard, flexible mini, bedside spotlights. Refreshments Two complimentary bottles of water There’s a kettle in the room with initial coffee/milk so just need to ask in reception for top ups In addition, there is complimentary coffee available 24/6 in reception anyway. One night, when there wasn’t any milk handy staff kindly popped to the kitchen to make us some fresh coffee. Facilities A decent sized mini fridge is very handy. Plus there’s a safe, the TVs up high on the wall and free Wi-Fi that worked every time. We barely needed the air con as the room was a good temperature already The hotel has one small lift although we never needed to wait. The rooms seem soundproofed as we never heard a sound from the hallway, and we know we had neighbours through sharing a lift with them Service Reception is open 24/7 although they keep the front door locked through the night. We received a warm welcome every time we went through reception. One evening, they just made us a coffee from the breakfast room rather than us using the pod machine in reception.
0.62km from La CommuneI stayed in a single room this last weekend and it's been a lovely stay in a small, budget hotel with no frills. The rooms are nice, completely equipped all the basic amenities that you may need, like a desk with plemty of storage, hangers, etc. They are all ensuite with a new and clean toilet and shower. The location of the hotel is also fantastic. Lovely little neighbourhood with the metro stop of Line 11 literally on the corner which will take you to the main attractions in about 10/15 minutes! The street has plenty of other services like restaurants, cafés, a little supermarket, a pharmacies, a couple of bakeries, etc. You can also see the Eiffel Tower from the distance! Breakfast is also available and it is served in your bedroom between 7 and 10 am, if I remember correctly, so you can have breakfast in your pyjamas :) It is a basic but filling breakfast with tea/coffee, juice, two pieces of bread and a lovely crunchy croissant. Nothing luxurious but just what you need to start the day. The only negative point is the fact that the walls are really thin and if you happen to have noisy neighbours next door it will be a real nuisance. Unfortunately the people in the room right next to mine talked at the top of their lungs and had loud music on right after midnight so I had to knock on their wall several times. Thankfully they stopped eventually and I didn't have to report or ask for a room change at reception. All in all, if you are on a tight budget and want to stay in a cheap and nice place that is well located this is definitely the hotel to go. I would definitely come back and I will recommend it to my friends and family. À la prochaine fois! :)
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0.63km from La CommuneI got a good deal on this room through Priceline. Checked into my room and unpacked. After being in my room for a bit, the bathroom door handle broke and I couldn’t get it back open. I alerted the staff, and they came in the room to try and fix it. It took quite some time, and eventually I had to switch rooms to another floor. I had to re pack and relocate. They offered me an upgraded room at an additional cost of €30 euro a night. I asked if there was anything the hotel could offer for the inconvenience, and they said no. When checking out, there was a nearly €30 euro room charge which was for the coffee I drank each morning in the cafeteria, which I specifically was told I wouldn’t be charged for. When I asked the front desk guy about this charge, he said I should have been told about the charge, but the two previous desk people did not tell me about this. I felt very disappointed with all of this. The staff was friendly, but they didn’t go out of their way to resolve any of this for me. The rooms are very small. Though they are clean. I would not recommend this hotel due to my experience. The location was not close to anything good, and they definitely didn’t go out of their way to make my unpleasant experience better. I’m not typically the type to try and get something for nothing, and I was very friendly when trying to resolve the issues, but the staff was inconsistent and unwilling to do anything extra to make up for their miscommunications.
0.66km from La CommuneWe recently stayed at Cosmos Hotel for 7 nights, and absolutely loved it. I would not hesitate to stay there again next time we are in Paris. We ended up with a large room with 1 double bed and 1 single bed. The room was spacious and there was plenty of room for ourselves and all of our luggage. The room was very clean, the furniture was modern, and the beds were comfortable. The bathrooms had a very nice shower, fresh towels each day (if you wanted), and was very clean. The room also had a new and efficient air conditioner, a safe, tv, writing desk, and two windows that could be opened easily. The staff at the front desk were very kind and helpful. They were happy to speak to you in either French or English, and there was always someone available (24x7). They made our entire stay very comfortable and stress free. The hotel was ideally located. There were tons of great restaurants, small bars, wine stores, bakery shops, grocery stores and more. We never once felt unsafe. It was close to several metro stops, and at least one bus passed directly in front of the hotel. We were able to get to all major sites without problem using public transportation including the airport. You should note though, if you are looking to stay at a fancy hotel with lots of frills this is not the place for you. It is clean, functional, well located, and the staff are great but don't expect the Hilton. All and all, this hotel was a wonderful place to stay and we look forward to visiting again.
0.7km from La CommuneStop at Citadines Republique Paris to discover the wonders of Paris. The hotel offers a wide range of amenities and perks to ensure you have a great time. Take advantage of the hotel's 24-hour front desk, facilities for disabled guests, luggage storage, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park. All rooms are designed and decorated to make guests feel right at home, and some rooms come with non smoking rooms, heating, wake-up service, desk, alarm clock. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. Citadines Republique Paris is an excellent choice from which to explore Paris or to simply relax and rejuvenate.
Hotels Near La Commune In Paris Review
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
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.
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.
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!
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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