Hotels Near Les Rigoles In Paris
0.2km from Les RigolesAfter reading all the terrible reviews, I was worried to stay here. We stayed here as a cheap option, we arrived at 10:30AM and were in a room straight away - it is a lovely 40 min walk from the Notre Dame. The rooms are small and the walls are thin, you can literally here everything.. However, we received fresh towels everyday and they cleaned and remade the bed, the rooms were cleaned to a high enough standard (not spotless but certainly not dirty either). The breakfast is one small baguette and a croissant with a selection of packeted jams and nutella, they have a self service coffee machine and orange juice machine too, it is a small breakfast however it is something to just start the day until you get into the centre. The area around the hotel is not touristic at all! there are hardly any restaurants near the hotel so the best option is to walk (or metro,uber) to the notre dame (we found a restaurant that places live music from 5-8pm looking at the notre dame). Honestly, this hotel is not bad at all!! I’d stay here again.
0.25km from Les RigolesWe stayed here for 3 nights. The room was small, but not especially so by Paris standards, decor is a little dated but clean and in good condition. A TV and fridge are provided but as usual in France no tea/coffee making facilities. The bed was firm and I found it very comfortable - I have back problems and am fussy about beds. The bathroom looked like it had been recently refurbished - plenty of hot water, towels changed daily - no problems. Our window looked out onto the rather lovely church which as other reviewers have noted is prone to some enthusiastic campanology but they keep it to social hours. There is a lift which appears to be a repurposed phone booth - it says maximum 4 persons - they'd need to be friendly to the point of impropriety - 2 is a squeeze! Breakfast is a standard French cold buffet of cereals, bread, croissants and pain au chocolat along with cold meat and cheese - but the bread and pastries are good and fresh, and there's a pot of fresh coffee and a jug of hot milk which is better than the usual machines. Location is excellent, between 2 restaurants with the stairs to the Metro right by the front door. Happy to recommend this hotel.
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0.3km from Les RigolesI 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! :)
Very Good11 Reviews
0.53km from Les RigolesWe were really looking forward to our trip here (booked pre-covid) but then our flights were cancelled 3 months ago due to the pandemic. We contacted the hotel straight away but were told we had booked a non-cancellable and non-transferable room so they were not willing to let us cancel the room. We repeatedly messaged them as various quarantine rules became in force but always with the same result. I then messaged a final time this week due to the Paris curfew (ie e writhing closing at 9pm) to be told “Dear Mr. Smith, You have made a non-modifiable and non-cancellable reservation. The Scarlett hotel is still open. The curfew is from 9pm to 6am and every body must adapt to this exceptional situation. We are sorry to announce you that we can not refund or defer the booking. Best regards, The management” Several other hotels that I and my friends have booked have worked with us to try and compromise (eg take a deposit, defer through booking to 2021 etc) so I am extremely disappointed in the hotel’s attitude. “Non-cancellabe and non-refundable” do not really apply to the conditions we are all living in during 2020 so to have them thrown back in my face by a robotic reservations clerk is frustrating and insulting.
0.6km from Les RigolesA 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.
0.8km from Les RigolesDo 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.
0.8km from Les RigolesI 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 Hotels.com 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.
0.95km from Les RigolesGreat 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!
Very Good10 Reviews
1km from Les RigolesThe 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,
1.06km from Les RigolesI 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.
Very Good10 Reviews
1.07km from Les RigolesWe "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.
1.12km from Les RigolesVery satisfied with hotel. Friendly and professionally run. Very clean (room service every day). Old fashioned no frills deco but very comfortable, especially the mattresses! Get the twin beds, much bigger room than double bed, but the beds are pushed together. Lots of supermarkets, bakeries, banks, kebab places and bistros for different budgets. Well connected. Line 11 metro is 5 minutes walk will take you to Pompidou centre and central Paris. Just 15 minutes max. We will be back there next time we are in Paris. Thank you Hotel Lilas!
Hotels Near Les Rigoles In Paris Review
The hotel location is very good, very close to the Arc de Triomphe, a five minute walk to the subway station can also take a direct bus to and from Charles de Gaulle and Orly Airport. Facilities breakfast also fully reached the four-star standard, the gym is relatively small. The front desk is more enthusiastic. There is a little brother who can speak Chinese, which makes communication more convenient.
The hotel location is very good, in the Disneyland area, only ten minutes to Disney. The hotel has a shuttle bus at any time, the service is very good and convenient! The hotel facilities and services are very good, the staff is very warm and polite, and there is a dedicated parking lot
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!
Stayed at the B&B hotel for three nights while visiting Disney. Anyone looking for a cheap place to stay this is perfect. Hotel is spotlessly clean, really friendly staff, good sized rooms with comfortable beds and shower room. The hotel serves a simple dinner of pasta or pizza which is great, easy to order and quick to come. Breakfast is simple but just want you need at the start of the day. Tables were cleared quickly and everything very clean and presented well. We were worried about the shuttle overcrowding but there are a few services which only run from the B&B hotel and others which go to the other four hotels on the complex which makes it easy. We always got on a bus even if it was busy and never had to wait long! Lockers are available to store luggage if your arrive before your room is ready or check out early. We will be back on our next disney trip!
For the first time in a hotel model, the century-old building is said to be a historical cultural relics protection unit in Paris, so it is completely banned. My old cigarette can only smoke in a small yard. Miss Luo is very enthusiastic, let us have the feeling of going home. There is a black guy in night shift who speaks Chinese very well. He said that he read a book in Guangzhou. In the morning, the girl named Marty also speaks Chinese. There is no problem at all, and at the same time give us a lot of advice on the tour, much stronger than those that are not reliable. It is very convenient to exit the subway 50 meters away. This area is a safe place for French people to live in. The room is big enough to be the floor-to-ceiling glass window in Europe. Our bedroom is very close to the yard, so the living room is a bit noisy. It is highly recommended to add a Chinese breakfast. It is really not suitable for those cheese breads, and it is better to have Chinese TV. If you have the opportunity to come back to Paris, you will still come to the Paris Residence.
Myself and my teenage daughter stayed here for 3 nights 22/7 - 25/7. Please bear in mind that the hotel had only just reopened after Coronavirus restrictions. The positives:- Super clean. Comfy beds with memory foam pillow and normal pillow. Near to metro station. Near to supermarket and shopping area. Bercy village on the doorstep with a range of restaurants offering different cuisines and many bars. Safe neighbourhood. We didn’t have the breakfast so can’t comment on that. Good double glazed sound proof windows. The negatives:- Small room size and bathroom (but this is typically European). The safe is located on the floor which is not easy to access given the tight space of the room or the lighting to see to the back of the safe. Shower floor can be slippery when wet so be careful when getting out. The toilet had a weak flush (may have been just our room 723). No fridge (beware of leaving food or drink in your room on a hot day). It was hot when we were there so we had to leave the air con on all day to keep our food and drink cool. This can’t be cost efficient for the hotel. One of the two lifts was being replaced. As I said earlier, we stayed just after it had reopened so here a few other suggestions that may be helpful during post Covid (but not normal conditions). Housekeeping are only cleaning the rooms every 2 days. So make sure you ask for fresh towels every day. There is a notice stating this on the reception desk but when you are busy checking in and are tired from travelling you may not notice it like we didn’t. It would have been helpful if reception staff actually told us this at check in stage. There wasn’t any tea/coffee makings in the room due to virus restrictions so we had to ask for a kettle. (We bought our own cups and tea etc as thought this might be the case). Tips:- Get a room on the street side of the hotel with a balcony if possible. The other side has views of a railway line and station.
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