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Stayed here for only one night as we were going to the nearby Opera Bastille. We arrived very early to drop of our luggage and were told by a very pleasant man on the desk that if our room was ready we could use it....More
This small hotel is perfectly situated in the heart of the Marais, a 3-minute walk from Place des Vosges. Rooms are small (I think this is typical with most character properties in this area) but there's everything you need, and all of it spotlessly clean....More
This is a small hotel with helpful, attentive staff, immaculate rooms, tasty breakfasts and comfortable beds. It's convenient to the Metro and bus lines. The rooms aren't large, but they worked for my friend and me. I'd definitely return there.
Beautiful small hotel very central in Le Marais (still calm). Nice staff and good breakfast (not a big selection but very fresh!). As usual in Paris - small rooms, but they were very nicely decorated and the bed was comfy. Recommended!
Extremely well located next to place de Vosges.
Hotel is very well refurbished, including a great cellar for the breakfast.
My room was nice even if small and without hangers.
A typical good Parisian hotel.
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US$167 - US$422 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The Marais is a winding maze of multi-faceted streets that beg to be explored. It bursts with small boutiques, historic buildings, cozy traditional restaurants, and hidden parks. Around each corner, you'll come across little gems of architecture spanning the centuries, from understated medieval towers to classical libraries and 17th century splendour. This neighbourhood unites a rich mix of
people of all ages, but it's best known for the gay scene mostly in the south and the Jewish community around Rue des Rosiers.
Yes. They will make reservations for you. They did for us. They also called for a taxi on the day that we left for the train station. We did not leave our key when we left at this hotel. But it was common at B&B places... More
Yes. They will make reservations for you. They did for us. They also called for a taxi on the day that we left for the train station. We did not leave our key when we left at this hotel. But it was common at B&B places in other parts of France.
Rates may change, so I can't help you there. However our breakfast was included. Yogurt, fruit, coffee, juice, very varied bread basket with assorted jams and jellies. Eggs may be available, but I do not think so since... More
Rates may change, so I can't help you there. However our breakfast was included. Yogurt, fruit, coffee, juice, very varied bread basket with assorted jams and jellies. Eggs may be available, but I do not think so since they were not offered, no one else had them, and I did not smell any cooking odors.
There is a small "lobby" (more like a living room that seats 10 or twelve. There is ice, wine, a choice of spirits, and soft drinks on a small bar. You fix your own drink, fill out a. Hit indicating what you had and turn it into the desk. Prices were reasonable.
The staff is very friendly and they highly recommend Uber. We made reservations and Uber was there on time with no issues.
They have a lift, but do not have ice available on the floors, vending machines, etc.
Our room was on the top floor, the wall was therefore slanted with dormer windows. Our room was the least expensive...very clean, basic toiletries, towels, but bring your own washcloths.
Two major bus routes have stops within one or two blocks and the subway is nearby. We will definitely stay again.