Hotels Near The Edith And Marcel Workshop In Paris

2.9/56 Reviews
0.09km from The Edith and Marcel Workshop
We stayed in this hotel 2 weeks ago. I was slightly scared because of the awful reviews I read on and tripadvisor, But this place was a very pleasant surprise! The location is very good. Next to the metro station, some nice café’s and a bakery around the corner and opposite parc de la vilette. The parc is a very lovely place and it would be a great place to spend a sunny afternoon in the parc. It’s also conveniently located next to the pereferique when you travel by car. We parked via Just Park in the parking garage at the Mercure hotel, about 150 meters from the hotel. You can park at the hotel for 10 euro’s per half day. The staff was very friendly. We arrived early, so our rooms were not ready yet, but we storend our lugage, took a metro to the sights and got back at 1 in the morning. :) Although the reception was closed, there was someone around to check us in and give us the keys to the hotel rooms. The rooms were clean, both the double bed and the twin beds were very comfortable and clean. The room was a lot biggen than expected and although the bathroom was tiny, it had a toilet, a shower and a wash basin, so we were very happy. We stayed in rooms on the first floor. It’s an old building with a very long corridor, but we really enjoyed our stay. Would definitely recommend this place!
4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.1km from The Edith and Marcel Workshop
Au Boeuf Couronné is best known as a meat lovers' Paris favourite. But it is also a hotel and definitely a good option in an area of Paris lacking small-sized, comfortable and modern hotels. The location is very good, close to Gare du Nord and Gare de l'Est, the Paris Philarmonic Orchestra house, the Grande Halle de La Villette and with a subway station literally next door. The lobby has nothing impressive but rooms are nicely decorated mixing leather and wood elements with dark colour tiles in the bathroom. Room size is OK by Paris standard. Preferably ask for rooms looking over Avenue Jean Jaurès that are quiet and offer a better view. Very professional, welcoming and service-oriented reception staff. Breakfast could be an area of improvement as the room is relatively small and options limited (e.g. no yogurt, fresh fruits, ...). However, Au Boeuf Couronné is a very good address in this area of Paris and I have no hesitation to recommend it.
4.3/5Excellent11 Reviews
0.19km from The Edith and Marcel Workshop
Rooms where nice size for European hotel. Two double beds with a view. Breakfast is great, kids loved it. Paying adult kids eat free with a view from the 10th floor. Good location walking distance to multiple transportation like the tram, subway, and bus. Can walk to the theater across the street. Many choices of food and bar. English spoken in many restaurants. Paid parking at hotel about 20€ daily. Would recommend and stay at this location again. Overall great hotel
4.1/5Very Good14 Reviews
0.5km from The Edith and Marcel Workshop
It is a business trip, and the work place is nearby so I booked it here. We stayed in an open-plan small apartment. When the hotel arrived, the hotel gave a room for the disabled, so there was no bathtub and the bathroom area was very large. But there is no shower curtain, and the water will run everywhere when you take a bath. Another point is that the bed is too small, probably 1 meter wide. We are still very crowded with the children, which is different from the picture I saw at the time. But the small bed means a lot of room for activity. We didn't care too much. Asked the hotel for a children's bed, the hotel did not increase fees. The hotel is a 10-minute walk from the subway, or take a stop at the entrance to the Philharmonic Hall. There is a supermarket on the first floor of the hotel. It is very convenient to buy breakfast and cook for yourself. It is safe to swipe the door. Attachment is really not safe, so avoid walking the night. If you go out to eat, then walk to the subway, there is a Chinese buffet, not bad. In addition, there is a Chinese food fast food in the alley of the Metro Export Bank, which is very good. We found it here last year, it is a savior. This year, I still feel that the taste is good, and the spicy is really spicy. There is also a roast chicken in this alley. The whole taste is particularly good, and the chicken legs are almost the same. Far from saying that the hotel is apartment-style, so there is no daily cleaning, and the guests should maintain their own hygiene. This is not a problem for us. It is good to get the garbage to the first floor and throw it to the designated location. The bed is also quite comfortable. Because they are relatively new, they feel very clean and tidy. The things that cook are super new, and it's okay to do some noodles. Overall, the price/performance ratio is still relatively high.
5/5Perfect12 Reviews
1.02km from The Edith and Marcel Workshop
With an IBIS, you know things will be minimal, but I was surprised how good this place was. The location was excellent with a Mero right across the road. The rooms were small, but clean. Wifi was great. Breakfast was simple, but I got what I needed for the morning. What was particularly impressive about the hotel was a small garden out the back that you could sit out in while eating. There was a quiet air conditioning system in the room, which was welcome in the hot summer. Staff were friendly and accomodating, English was spoken by all I interacted with.
4.2/5Very Good5 Reviews
1.02km from The Edith and Marcel Workshop
We stayed for 3 nights as a family of 3. Check in was quick and the staff were polite and helpful. The room was clean and was had the usual facilities, the website mentions a safe, but there was none in our room. We opted out of housekeeping in order to boost our points, but as we only used the room to shower and sleep it never needed it. Room was on floor 5 facing out onto the canal so apart from the odd police siren we heard no noise at all. Breakfast was as we thought, croissants, bread, pain au chocolate, cheeses, meats and fruit. A great way to start the day. No evening meal option, but we ate in the city Centre. The centre of Paris was only 15mins away by Metro, we found it easier to use Stallingrad Station which was a short walk away along the canal. At night there were groups of people at bars, playing boules etc but not once did we feel scared or intimidated, as they kept themselves to themselves. All in all a nice place to stay and at very reasonable prices. Would stay here again.
3.5/57 Reviews
1.1km from The Edith and Marcel Workshop
I stayed four nights. Hotel is located at safe area and the convenient place, where is near by Metro station, many supermarket, many cafe and restaurants. Room was clean and on-site restaurant was convenient, reasonable price, and great taste. Staffs were always friendly and tired to communicate me as much as possible using English if they learned that I cannot speak French. Sounds like far from main sight-seeing area, but Metro line 7 run to Opera and Pyramid, and connect to many other lines. PS Main photo on this site was wrong? I added a front view of hotel from my photo.
3.5/510 Reviews
1.11km from The Edith and Marcel Workshop
We stayed for 24 nights in this aparthotel. All was ok: 1. It is situated at 50 m from the subway station; 2. Many supermarkets are situated in the zone; 3. Behind the hotel there is a hudge park, La Villette (don' t go there in the night) 4. The price is very convenient ( if you stay more than 2-3 nights). 5. The staff is ok and try to do its best. 6. The room is dotated with a mini kitchenette 7. It is very clean. 8. The beds are new and all the furniture is like new. 9. The bathroom is in very good form. The only cons are: 1. There is no air conditioned ( not now but they are into a continuous improving so...) 2. The towels are changed every week and no daily ( but this is the rule in many aparthotels). Mind: for the publis transport you can buy T10 tickets ( 10 trips) or a one week unlimited trips in all Paris, called Navigo pass (22.80 euros- you need to have a passport photo ) valuable from Monday to Sunday. Don' t buy tourist tickets. It is a city tax to pay: 1.65 euros pro person by night. So, we recomand this aparthotel.
4.6/5Outstanding9 Reviews
1.13km from The Edith and Marcel Workshop
I booked a triple room and on arrival found a bed put up in the corner for my 12 year old. He tried the bed on the first night and struggled moving in it. We ended up putting the mattress on the floor and him sleeping 3 nights on the floor instead of a proper bed. It was colder so I asked the reception for a quilt him as he was on the floor and they have him a blanket. Breakfast staff are rude and miserable. This hotel is far from a 4* even with the renovations it’s not acceptable for extra beds to be so unusable. It was very disappointing to of paid so much so not a lot!! Decor leaves a lot to be desired. Only good point is we were overlooking the park area so it was quieter than the front of the hotel.
3.8/513 Reviews
1.2km from The Edith and Marcel Workshop
You can leave your luggage. It is convenient to walk about 6 minutes from the subway station. Next door is a supermarket, not bad. There are also many restaurants nearby. The bathroom is separate from the toilet, but the bathroom is poorly designed and water can easily flow into the room.
0/50 Reviews
1.22km from The Edith and Marcel Workshop
City Inn Paris welcomes you in its comfortable and modern spaces: bunk beds in mixed or females dormitories for 4 people, and also in the private dormitory, curtains to respect your privacy, with new and comfortable bedding and advanced equipment (individual LED reading light and USB socket), chest drawers or closet for each occupant in the room and electronic luggage storage in the basement.We provide you with towels for 2.50 €.We also offer private rooms.We have a fully equipped kitchen at your disposal and offer a buffet breakfast each morning.All our dorms are non-smoking, the establishment is equipped with an elevator and free, high-performance wifi.City Inn will be the ideal starting point for your Parisian getaway ... located 15 minutes by metro from the heart of Paris (Opera), City Inn Paris is near the Parc de la Villette, Cité des Sciences, Zénith, Parc des Buttes Chaumont, banks of the Canal de l'Ourcq, Sacré Coeur… We are located a quarter of an hour from the Stade de France and less than half an hour from Charles De Gaulle airport.On the practical side, a supermarket is located 50 meters from the hostel and many shops around ...Our team will be happy to assist you during your stay in Paris.
3.9/512 Reviews
1.23km from The Edith and Marcel Workshop
The Trema Hotel is not like any hotel: it isn’t a place when you come to relax with your family. It is more a place where you will come for one or two nights, mostly because your stay is business related. One thing for sure: genuine people are there to welcome you and make you feel special. I’ve personally enjoyed: - the friendly staff, Mathieu at reception in particular, - the breakfast which was good value for money and served by Stefania, - the quality of the bed. If you are a business person, this hotel is well located - close to the ‘Crimée’ metro station and only ten minutes’ walk away of Porte de La Villette, hence very handy to reach. Settling in #17 was ok, until you reach the bathroom that is far too small, especially once you’ve had a shower and tried to dry yourself without putting water everywhere while the water is still dripping from the shower head… lol

Hotels Near The Edith And Marcel Workshop 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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