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Well we stayed here for 4 days on our trip to Paris in April and was fine. The staff are all friendly and helpful. most speak English and the rooms are clean. There are very limited facilities available but if your out all day it...More
Unsuitable for families. Mouldy bathroom. Very noisy outside, bus station/train station and road works right outside.Police sirens heard all night long and armed police patrolling in the area. Dated and dusty room. Sloping floor. No head board on bed. No rectangular pillows- just a cylindrical...More
Great location, near loads of restaurants cafes etc. Also near the main train station, Eurostar comes in here.
Easy to jump on the metro to the sights as the metro is easy to navigate
Wifi needs updating though.
The rooms are average, if you're on...More
Pleasant Parisian hotel.
Clean bright pleasant room with all you need, had a room with a view of the church. Traditional French breakfast. Staff lovely and helpful. Quite a hike up to the spiral staircase to the 4th floor if you don’t like little lifts...More
One of the worst places to be in Paris.No propper lift, no fans in the room ( it was summer in Aug). Same old very poor breakfast everyday. Cannot recommend anybody for this place. Can't call it a Hotel
The neighbourhood around Chateau d’Eau is an often overlooked part of town whose vibrant streets are great for a refreshing change. Long known for its immigrant population, this multicultural neighbourhood's fabric has been enriched by communities from India, Pakistan, Arab-speaking countries, and Africa. Explore its colorful twists and turns from the Passage Brady (known for great Indian
Response from lesleyhaigh | Reviewed this property |
Gare de Nord is approximately 10 minutes walk from the Hotel. Depending how much luggage you have, it is walkable. On the other hand Gare de 'oest is about 2 minutes from the Hotel. The minimum fare for a taxi... More
Gare de Nord is approximately 10 minutes walk from the Hotel. Depending how much luggage you have, it is walkable. On the other hand Gare de 'oest is about 2 minutes from the Hotel. The minimum fare for a taxi is 5:00 euros which is a very expensive journey considering the distance. As you don't know Paris and the area, I would advise going via the metro to Gare de ;oest and walking the 200 meters to the hotel. Good luck and happy trip.