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All reviewstim hotelgreat locationwalking distancereception staff were very helpfulcentral parissmall bathroomstayed here for nightsbeds were comfortablecrepescomfortable hotelclose to metro stationair conditioningyogurtbourselouvrestreetopera
Location location location. Stayed at this hotel recently, not being our 1st trip to Paris we looked not just for value but a hotel with a central location, we found it. For continental standards the rooms were of good size and the bathroom even had...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this hotel. It was in good walking distance to the Louvre and many attractions. The room itself was a great size with lots of storage space. The bathroom was quite modern with a bath too! The room was clean...More
Just stayed for 3 nights at this hotel in central Paris in room 103 facing the street.
Handbowl in toilet had terrible drainage, no face towels, flat screen tv placed high on wall hard to see. No international tv stations like SKY, CNN, RT, NHK,...More
Excellent place to stay. Very well located and the staff was very nice. You are et a great walking distance to every thing and the place is just very comfortable. Very simple but just perfect to stay with friends or family or even for business.
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This was originally the Hotel de Normandie (1919) and is now owned by Timhotel. The location is perfect for visiting all of the tourist attractions in Paris which are within walking distance. The staff are brilliant, breakfast basic yet enjoyable and the old style elevator...More
The neighbourhood around Opéra and Bourse is a belle époque paradise of grand boulevards, refined arcades, and mass-market art-nouveau entertainment. Here, modern day workers continue to take advantage of the legacy that nobility and finance left in the 19th century. Brightly-lit brasseries, theatres, and cinemas sit side by side with French bistros predominating in one area and Japanese restaurants in
another. The area is most famous for the Palais Garnier opera house and glamorous department stores.