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We (three 40+ men) spent a week here and while some of the descriptions about this hotel are accurate, most are not.
-Located off the city center, but quite accessible (about 10min walk from metro).
-Rooms have absolutely zero luxury (sink, beds, chair and...More
The hotel is located in the worst aerea of Paris. The room in not very bad but the toilet and the showers are disgusting. Don't ask anything to the staff: they are not very happy to help. Very rude and unfriendly. Especially one girl at...More
We stayed here for 3 nights. Firstly the receptionist was rude. Then we got our room and it stank. We complained to the front desk the guy didn't care or speak English and I had a little French. I bought candles to take the rotten...More
We stayed 3 nights here. Room's were clean & staff were very friendly & helpful... only thing I can say negative is about the bathrooms/showers. They were absolutely terrible. Shower turns off every 1 to 2 minutes and the toilets always smelt so bad. Also...More
Just returned from Paris after staying here to go and see Beyoncé perform at Stade Franc and stayed here as it was close. Upon arrival we were instantly unease at the area it seemed very dangerous side of Paris as pulling up to the hotel...More
US$38 - US$53 (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!"