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All reviewsarc de triompheeiffel toweryogurtgreat locationtwo bedroom apartmentcontinental breakfastwashing machinewalking distanceminute walksmall kitchendouble bedwould definitely stay here againmetro stationrooms are smallstayed here for nightsthree starmini bar
Hotel was nice and clean. In very good place to visit many important places.
Room was a litle pit small for 4 person. A breakfast was ok, mut same every morning, and there was no early breakfast. We left 5.30 am.
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