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Staff were so helpful at the hotel. Perfect
Location - easy access to metro and staff only too happy to assist with directions and details on which metro to take. Would definitely recommend. Clean and quiet. Rooms were a good size.
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A small hotel with small rooms, but friendly, helpful staff on a quiet small street in a great location. Excellent location in Bastille area with good cafes,restaurants & close to subway stations. Small, comfortable hotel. Rooms are small but very comfortable with all amenities.
I'd stayed here before but my husband had not. We agree we would return. Rooms are small, but this is to be expected in Paris. We tried several restaurants nearby and caught the City bus to quickly arrive at the L'Ouvre. Breakfast is good. We...More
We stayed here for seven days. First, the positives--the air-conditioning worked great, and the location is near Bastille with nearby Metro. A bottle of wine and some smiles upon our arrival.
We asked that housekeeping not bother us throughout our entire stay, as we keep...More
I really enjoyed my stay and I definitely would stay here again. Friendly staff, nice breakfast. I loved the courtyard. Near the Bastille. Market across the way on Saturdays. I stayed at 2 other hotels in Paris that were not nearly as nice.
The Marais is a winding maze of multi-faceted streets that beg to be explored. It bursts with small boutiques, historic buildings, cozy traditional restaurants, and hidden parks. Around each corner, you'll come across little gems of architecture spanning the centuries, from understated medieval towers to classical libraries and 17th century splendour. This neighbourhood unites a rich mix of
people of all ages, but it's best known for the gay scene mostly in the south and the Jewish community around Rue des Rosiers.
Hi Anne! 2 girlfriends and I booked and stayed in the triple room in Sept. It has a single bed downstairs, pretty steep stairs up with 2 singles in the loft. It is a pretty tiny space, but clean and comfortable. The window... More
Hi Anne! 2 girlfriends and I booked and stayed in the triple room in Sept. It has a single bed downstairs, pretty steep stairs up with 2 singles in the loft. It is a pretty tiny space, but clean and comfortable. The window does have a very French view. We loved the location close to transportation, cafes, and a grocery story.
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I took an Uber from the airport. Otherwise they recommend a taxi or the bus. I believe you can take several trains but after an overnight flight from the states I wasn't in the mood for navigating the train. ;) Uber wasn't... More
I took an Uber from the airport. Otherwise they recommend a taxi or the bus. I believe you can take several trains but after an overnight flight from the states I wasn't in the mood for navigating the train. ;) Uber wasn't overly expensive.