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We stayed at this hotel with my husband and 2 teenage children. It was perfect for us. We got a great price on the junior suite, which was much bigger than we expected. It included a queen size bed, a couch that pulled open to...More
I stayed here for two nights in February. On arrival, it was slighly chaotic as a number of people were trying check in at the same time and it can be a bit small in the lobby area if a few people in cases arrive...More
By booking on their website I snagged a good deal on a junior suite, which was by far the largest room we've ever had in Paris, with ample seating and desk areas and even a small kitchenette (which we didn't use). Room faced the courtyard...More
I spent a week here on business. I had a room overlooking the central courtyard, which was nice. The room, however, was just OK. It smelled a bit strange, and the climate control did not seem to work. It is a good location...but there are...More
Bastille and Oberkampf are lively parts of town made for entertainment. During the day rows of unassuming bars welcome customers for a bite or a drink, but it’s at night this area really comes to life. Students and young professionals fill the busy bars around Bastille and Oberkampf. At Place de la Bastille, crowds flock to the Opéra Bastille in the evening and groups wait for coveted tickets during the day. Towards
Republique, skateboarders practice their tricks while others chill out at the square. If you’re looking for late-night revelry, this is your neighbourhood.
It is a bit of a journey by metro you have to get to Gard du north station then to Mariais. Will probably take you about half an hour. The metro station is just round the corner from the hotel. Hotel does have opening... More
It is a bit of a journey by metro you have to get to Gard du north station then to Mariais. Will probably take you about half an hour. The metro station is just round the corner from the hotel. Hotel does have opening windows.
It is almost on top of the metro! Perfect location.
Saint-Sebastien - Froissart. Pink/8 line.
Closer than du calvaire and right on the corner as you walk west to the main road. You cannot get any closer.