Hotels Near Pizza Le Prince In Paris

4/5Very Good16 Reviews
0.02km from Pizza Le Prince
We stayed at this hotel for 3 nights at the end of June. The hotel is a great base to get around, with good surroundings and fairly cheap prices. We had a double room that was fairly small but okay for the two of us as we didn’t plan on spending much time at the hotel. The rooms had a safe, a small balcony area and WiFi that ran throughout the hotel. The rooms do not have air conditioning so they were constantly hot but the room had a fan that was a godsend. Cannot fault the cleanliness of the hotel, the rooms were cleaned every day with fresh bedding and the staff on the reception can speak English fluently and are really helpful and friendly. The hotel is a great base as it’s literally minutes walk from Gard De Nord and Gard De L’est. We opted to use Uber’s rather than the trains due to the limited time we had and the amount of places we wanted to visit. The Uber’s are very affordable and the drivers are friendly. It’s also surrounded by many restaurants, pastry shops, a McDonald’s and Burger King and small supermarkets. We didn’t have breakfast at the hotel so cannot comment on this. Would definitely stay here again just wish we would have stayed for a few days longer as we didn’t get to see everything we desired.
2.7/512 Reviews
0.04km from Pizza Le Prince
Not a 5 star, but fitting to the price level
4/5Very Good13 Reviews
0.05km from Pizza Le Prince
Its been a couple of years since our last stay in this Ibis and there has been little or no change apart from the reception area becoming more open. The staff are helpful, the hotel is in a great location between the train stations of Nord and Est as it was off the Eurostar and onto a train to Germany the following morning. The room was clean and tidy and the breakfast 'bob on'. As there are no kettles in Ibis hotel the first task is to plug in the travel kettle and make a brew. How people survive without a brew first thing is a mystery (take your own cups as well). The only downside with the room was that it was at the front (no problem with that) but outside the window is the local bus terminus which runs, its seems, 24 hr a day hence even in the late hours constant noise even with the window shut: not sure what the solution is to that problem. There more than sufficient restaurants and supermarkets in the area and places to visit and at the time of writing strict rules over the wearing of masks in public were being implemented. Ask the hotel staff for a more update information about this; as the rules in Paris seem to change daily. A nice one night stop over, in a good hotel, in a good location and with good staff who we promoted to the rank of Captain for their service. Bon journey
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.05km from Pizza Le Prince
I stayed at the Little Regina about 24 years ago and thought it was adorable. It has the cutest little elevator. Then we went to Paris in Sept 2019 and stayed there again. The front desk is friendly and helpful. It's practically across the street from the Gare Du Est, and not far from Gare Du Nord, I may have that backwards so forgive me if I do. We arrived on the Eurorail at Gare Du Nord and it was only about a 10 minute walk. The rooms are big enough and quiet. They were very clean. The only complaint we had was the internet. It was pretty weak and you had to go to the front desk area to use it. They need booster or something in the rooms. We actually used the internet service from the Ibis Hotel which was a little distance away but worked.
3.5/511 Reviews
0.07km from Pizza Le Prince
Very nice hotel for thoae who are on a budget and want to save up a little. Convenient location and good price. Everything is around - metro, McDonald, restaurant, coffee shop. Everybody are helpful and smiling, especially Farid. This is a very good person who would do anything to make you happy and enjoy your stay here. I was satisfied with my choice
4.4/5Excellent58 Reviews
0.07km from Pizza Le Prince
When I arrived that day I got stuck because no metro runs to Gare de l'Est hikkss...but with all of my euphoria on my holiday in Paris, I can escape from the stuck and the stranded at Chatelet Metro station (getting down from metro line 14 who runs without driver). Luckily it is easy to find Police around, I asked the way to go to Gare de l'Est and in fact it's very very easy just turn right and walk straight along the main street until end. Thanks God that the Libertel Gare de l'Est Hotel just few meters after the BK, wow very near and easy to find. First when I arrived at the hotel, I feel so tired but the receptionist, Mr. Shamim, is really kind, welcome and helpful. And because after got a hard time by the metro strike I suddenly feel safe in this hotel and comfortable too, finally arrived. Thus shortly, the location for me is super strategic! the bus stop and the metro station is just few meters away, also the Asian restaurant just across the street, BK and McD just around the corner, the supermarket just next door, pharmacy just across the street, many eateries around contained local food, middle east food, etc, a lot! also the international train station Gare de l'Est is just across the street! Perfect location for me. Bus number 32 could carry you to Eifel Tower and you can even walking until Notredame and river seine, to Leningrad also. Montmatre, Moulin Rouge also only took the bus in the bus stop nearby the Hotel doorstep. I'm lucky to stay in Libertel because of Metro strike and the hotel location is super, fit in with my needs. The bus (though full) still running, thus no worries about the metro strike. You even can walk to Galeries Lafayette, Opera Building, Hard Rock Cafe from the hotel, used Moovit apps to help you find the way. Back to the hotel review, the room is nice not too big but we still have space! I have no complaints and I like got the room facing to the street so I can look the situation over the window, there is a kettle with coffee/tea, bathroom amenities is also provided. Breakfast is also nice and have some variety and at least there is a hot stuff on the buffet as outside was cold brrr...well, it's enough for our stomach until lunch for sure! Wifi is also good no worries Mr. Shamim, the receptionist help us to call a taxi to Paris Bercy Seine station and it's not too far just about 4,5km from the hotel which is good we don't deal with the traffic and time constraint, etc. Well, I definitely will stay here again if I back to Paris next time but hope no more metro strike please.....Merci beacoup Libertel Gare de l'Est
3.7/512 Reviews
0.1km from Pizza Le Prince
The first difficulty was finding the hotel. We did not realise that there are (at least) four Ibis hotels with the title 'Gare de l'Est - and we went to the other three before we found our hotel.. We did not realise that '10eme' is the vital identifier. It is an economy hotel, but the Continental Breakfast was very adequate. The staff were polite and helpful - although the receptionist did not seem to know about on-line check-in and insisted on us completing registration forms. Our room on the fifth floor was reached by a lift that would only accommodate one of us at a time. The room itself was very adequate and we we were comfortable in it. The location is very good within easy walking distance of Gare de lEst and Gare du Nord, with good Metro and Bus links.
3.2/520 Reviews
0.14km from Pizza Le Prince
The room had all the basic amenities and was clean. It is a "no frills" - I just need somewhere to sleep and shower - hotel. Room I had ("double" bed) was small, barely enough floor space to open out my suitcase, but adequate, I was only there to sleep and shower. Very good location, close to Gare du Nord and Gare de l'Est and metro stations and in a neighbourhood with lots of great cafes and restaurants. Fortunately I like warm weather, so lack of airconditioning didn't bother me, but if you are travelling to Paris in summer and don't like the heat, don't stay at this hotel. A fan is provided in the room, but will only cool you down if you open the window and then you will get lots of street noise, because, it is Paris and the streets are busy/noisey. I also don't mind noise, so open window was fine for me. I paid to have breakfast included, but it wasn't worth it. Just orange juice, coffee, croissant and baguette, which is no good for someone who has gluten and fructose allergies. Much nicer breakfasts can be had at one of the many cafes just up or down the road.
3.2/510 Reviews
0.19km from Pizza Le Prince
We (married couple, both 80 this year) as often as we come to Paris. $ times in 2018 Jarry suits us perfectly. Rooms are smallish, but are exceptionally clean, Showers work superbly well. The staff are excellent, helpful, and friendly. There are slight drawbacks, there is a narrow spiral staircase ( a problem of the old Paris architecture) but the staff have always been willing to help with bags. There is also the ability to deposit baggage. We have arrived both early and late and have always been well looked after. The street is almost always very quiet, but either end takes you into different worlds. Turn left from Jarry and you are in Africa turn right your are in the middle east. Wonderfully cosmopolitan and very safe. Just ove this hotel, its staff and the neighbourhood Also I must say that Hotel Jarry is remarkably affordable
4.3/5Excellent11 Reviews
0.19km from Pizza Le Prince
Came past week as a solo traveler for 5 nights. Realize that this is a basic hotel. Don't expect a lavish room for the money you pay. I had a single bed room #16 that met my needs. Comfy bed, workable small bathroom with shower. Pros: 1. Location is perfect. Very close to Gare du Nord and Gare L'est, Metro #4 is short walk away. Lots of eating places to choose from. Mixed cultural setting. Hop-on bus stop very close. 2. Staff is very friendly and went out of their way to help with any questions. English was not a problem. 3. 24 hour front desk. Cons: 1. don't expect luxury, but basic needs met. 2. Hotel has elevator but it stops between floors so expect to walk up or down 6 or seven steps, so if you have mobility issues the hotel layout may be a challenge. 3. Continental breakfast offered is not worth the cost. Lots of nice places to eat close by. Overall it met my needs as a place to sleep and shower during my 5 days in Paris. I would come back. Don't think it would have met my wife's standards though.
4.4/5Excellent6 Reviews
0.19km from Pizza Le Prince
This apparent two-star hotel is basically a hostel. The stairs are a death trap as they are steep and very uneven. There is no lift. The whole building is tatty and in desperate need of renovation. Ceramic tiles are worn out, paint is chipped off and the varnish is barely visible on items such as the handrails. The room is tiny, with the bed taking up the vast majority of the space. The “bathroom” comprises of a tiny shower and a toilet that you hit you elbows on the wall each side. The shower is so tiny you can only move one arm at a time, and the shower leaked all over the floor, in to the main room. There isn’t even a properly fitted door. The is a see through glass partition door that doesn’t stay shut, and of course the toilet looks straight out on to the bed, so there is no such thing as privacy. The sink isn’t in the bathroom. Instead it is directly in front of the entrance to the room, next to the bed. The walls are very thin and the sound echoes around the halls from the bottom of the stairs. Only two towels were provided, no had towels. They had a complimentary breakfast on offer so we went to check it out in the reception. We couldn’t find it so we asked the receptionist where it was. She pointed to two tiny pieces of bread in a basket. This turned out to be all breakfast was. There was some orange juice, and tea/coffee but the only food on offer was bread. There were no plates to eat from so we were forced to eat off of plastic trays. We were also eating about one metre away from reception, and one metre away the other way from a bin that smelt like it hadn’t been emptied for three years. On the day of check out there was a staff strike so we also saw a notice pinned on the wall that there would be no clean sheets for the day. To top this off this hotel is in a neighbourhood that seems to have street raves every night and sirens were going off left right and centre. Whilst this is not a fault of the hotel it finished it off for us. The bed was fine. All bedsheets and towels were perfectly clean and the WiFi was standard. I hope this review is helpful. I have provided pictures of some of my points
3.8/511 Reviews
0.2km from Pizza Le Prince
Due to Eurostar train strikes, our train to Paris was cancelled and we could sadly not take our holiday. We emailed the hotel to inform them of this, hoping that we can change the reservation date the to following week. Below is their response: "Hello We regret to inform you that your request is refused ,and the strike of transport it is not the fault of the hotel. Best regards, The reception." How rude!! I'd never said it was the fault of the hotel. Really it's not a matter of fault - Eurostar have the right to strike. We were asking to change the dates, that's all. As a prospective guest of the hotel, we were asking for their consideration and compassion in relation to our unfortunate situation. They didn't care which was very upsetting and disappointing and I'm glad that I didn't have to travel all the way to Paris to learn that they are without empathy. I wish them good luck and that they enjoy OUR money when you re-sell the room!

Hotels Near Pizza Le Prince In Paris Review

4.8/5291 Reviews
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.
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4.7/5184 Reviews
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
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4.4/5102 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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4.7/548 Reviews
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!
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4.6/5109 Reviews
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.
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4.4/585 Reviews
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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