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We have been staying here over 30 years. The hotel is under renovation at present. It is opposite the station and metro links. Our room was large and had a king size bed. The bed a little hard but comfortable. The furnishings pleasant. The bathroom...More
It was not my first time at this hotel, but it was definitely the most amazing. I am writing this review in English language not in French though my french is much better than my English, because i want everybody, all tourists to read and...More
Stayed for 1 night. Directly opposite the Gare du Nord train station & Eurostar terminus.
Comfortable, small double room. Clean and quiet... all you need for a quick stay over.
Bathroom is a little 'tired-looking' but will be renovated after July 2018.
Unpleasant surprise upon arrival. No mentioning whilst booking of a huge renovation going on. Entry through service entrance. No clear/ not safe (emergency) conditions. Breakfast in very primitive camping conditions.
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US$110 - US$275 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#481 Luxury Hotel in Paris
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