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We went as part of a big group, and boys and girls were separated, which I found insulting. We weren't allowed alcohol in the hotel, and the desk closed in the early hours when we were told it would be open all night. Breakfast was...More
Sibour is old it's run right down to the elevator, whose doors snap at you after you get.The rooms are clean(well they look clean but could clean better), the bed comfortable if a lttle firm (which is hotel beds in general so no great difference...More
Stayed here due to hotel Cambrai being double booked, placed is older style but with widows that open, very dated and in need of few repairs and upgrades, overall clean and comfortable, breakfast very basic but like the hotel good value, great location and close...More
Staying at this hotel with my college i found that we did not have a good time.
Breakfast was standard nothing special with everyone in a small cramped room.
The rooms are of a decent size most of them were rather small however with had...More
I stayed at the Sibour while travelling alone and wanting to spend a couple of days extra after a work trip to Paris. A colleague of mine who is from France recommended it for its low cost (80 euros a night when I stayed) and...More
US$75 - US$148 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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