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We were in the room a total of 15 mins before I said to my wife I'm not staying here. The area seams to be the hub for refugees from the Syria crisis. The floor level stank of marijuana and we did not feel safe...More
Our room and the beds were really solid. But when you went to the highest floor of the hotel, it was really dirty and a lot of strange people with kids inside there.
also the area of the hotel was not the safest...bathrooms were not...More
This hotel is quite simply the worst hotel I have ever stayed in. The surrounding area is a ghetto with no decent restaurants. There are groups of immigrants on every street corner who are very abusive towards white women even if they are accompanied. There...More
The hotel is located in a pretty run down/dodgy area of Paris. On the 15 minute walk from the metro station we had to pass piles of rubbish and lots of graffiti. The people around the area were also quite scary. As two girls travelling...More
WARNING to young, female, especially white, travellers, this hotel is not safe. The surrounding area is rough and staying here puts yourself in danger. The rooms are tiny, ill-equipped, and nothing like the pictures - ours had dirty sheets, a mattress on the floor rather...More
US$40 - US$56 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I didn't use the parking as I arrived by metro. Typically you will pay about €20 per night for parking in Paris, and twice that per day. But you need to ask yourself if you need to bring a car - its expensive, terrible... More
I didn't use the parking as I arrived by metro. Typically you will pay about €20 per night for parking in Paris, and twice that per day. But you need to ask yourself if you need to bring a car - its expensive, terrible to drive, and unsafe. My advice; park your car in the long-term parking at Charles de Gaulle airport and get the train into Paris. It only takes 30 mins and you can get everywhere by bus or metro.
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"the local area is not advisable for single travelers - stay in pairs!"