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Four people, three nights and five different rooms. Bed bugs (or similar) and both me and my daughter were bitten. We have a feeling that they didn't care. First night we complained and got a new room. Second night they had never heard about bed...More
Went with a friend to Paris and needed a cheap overnight hotel. They had booked here and after reading the reviews I was very doubtful. However the location is great, the room was small but OK. The room needed some TLC but the bed was...More
I booked this hotel because of the relative good reviews. I was though very disappointed when I arrived in my very small and smelly room. Luckily we only had 3 nights. The surrounding area was though very nice and the metro is 5 min. away....More
Hotel Clauzel is a bit tatty, granted. Like most Paris hotels in that price range (which means "cheap" by Paris standards). Perhaps not all rooms have been upgraded but some are certainly luminous, comfortable (excellent bed, towels and shower), and the staff is nice enough....More
Took a look at the pics, they suggested it was quite modern, in reality it looks like it was last renovated 30 years ago, stinks like a zoo, on the plus side the bathroom was a lot better than the journey in the lift led...More
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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.
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Breakfast will be Corn, milk, bread, some more spreadings. No safety deposit. Normal room service. No fans in the room. If you get a room by the side of roads, then you are dead. You will not be able to sleep because of the... More
Breakfast will be Corn, milk, bread, some more spreadings. No safety deposit. Normal room service. No fans in the room. If you get a room by the side of roads, then you are dead. You will not be able to sleep because of the noise.
So keep these things in mind before booking this hotel. I was there last month.
As the above. The hotel is near the Metro. We bought a one-day ticket and took the metro to the different sights - it is really easy. I was though not satisfied with the hotel, room comfort etc., but feel free to read the... More
As the above. The hotel is near the Metro. We bought a one-day ticket and took the metro to the different sights - it is really easy. I was though not satisfied with the hotel, room comfort etc., but feel free to read the reviews here on TA.