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We stayed in the Grand Hôtel du Loiret for two nights. The hotel has a great location in central Paris. Short walk from the Hôtel de Ville metro station. The check-in was very easy and we received our room even if we were there a...More
Friendly receptionist, easy check-in, very clean and modern room. Nice and quiet rooms, comfy beds and yes i say it again very clean. Hotel staff very friendly and helpfull. I Can higly recomend this hotel in Paris. It's location is perfect, in walking distance to...More
Great location but the rooms are to small.
The service is nothing more than ok.
But sometimes that's all you need.
So if you don't intend to stay a lot in the hotel room....... it ok. We didn't take anything from the kitchen. Great food...More
The location is great and the service is very friendly.
However, we had the room 621, located just infront the lift. The lift engine doesn't work properly and makes a lot of noise, weaking up during all the night and every time it is used.
Was absolutely amazed at how rudely I was treated by one of the members of the staff (I must clarify it was only one, as the others were perfectly polite). The location, however, was perfect and the room was very clean, albeit small.
US$127 - US$199 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#642 Romantic Hotel in Paris
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