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I had a really good time here. My room was nice and the hotel is perfectly connected to the centre of the city. A bus stop (also for night buses) is just in front of the hotel door and the metro is in Gare de...More
Needed two rooms while our college-aged sons visited during winter break. Grand Hotel de l'Europe's rate was in our price range. It's a 10-minute walk to Gare du Nord (Eurostar) and a 5-minute walk to Gare de l'est or the Metro makes its location perfect....More
This hotel is on a very good location. It is about 10 mtr away from a subway station and gare de l'est is right across the street.
The room is small, basic but comfortable and clean. I really liked the power behind the showerwater, it...More
We made the book in the front desk two days before our arrival, but when we arrive the person told us that he could not find the reservation. I saw the reservation paper in the desk and pointed, but he had no reservation for us...More
Very good price and reasonable accommodation for the price. Rooms were small, basic, and shower was basic (water not so warm). But it was great location right next to Gare L'est train and quick ride to airport. Lots within walking distance, staff were nice, bed...More
US$71 - US$131 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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