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OK - it was cheap. It was very close to Gare du Nord. But staff was not very interested, elevator was smallest I've seen. Room was tiny, and the bathroom left more to be desired. You can live with it if main goal is to...More
This hotel is very well located. I stayed there for one night only on my way back to the UK, the hotel is aceptable the reception staff was very friendly, the room was ok but there wasn't an air-conditioning unit in my room but I...More
although the location (if you are using the Gare du Nord) is excellent, the hotel itself is nothing more than a very expensive and dirty hostel. Our room on the fifth floor was dirty, paint chipping off the ceiling, holes in the bed cover, dust...More
We'd spent 4 days in Disney land paris and had booked to stay here for just one night to have 2 days visiting Paris.
Being right outside Gare du Nord this hotel is excellently situated.
All the staff were very welcoming and friendly.
Regretful, stay after a late night arrival.
The room was cosy, air conditioner very noisy.
Didn't get much sleep in the stuffy room, breakfast staff were great, but the value for money, eat outside, you could do much better and have change.
The cornerstone of...More
US$69 - US$188 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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