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All reviewsrepublique stationplace de la republiquesauna and steam roomdu templerepublic metrorepublique arearooms are smallgreat locationrooftop terracenespresso machine in the roomtop floorthe main tourist attractionsnice showerthe staff were extremely helpfuleasy accessnice breakfastcentral paris
My daughters and I enjoyed 6 nights in this well situated hotel on the edge of the Marais. The hotel is modern and well-maintained. The rooms and common areas are impeccably clean. The decor is pleasant. The staff were uniformly warm and friendly. There are...More
For the rate that my husband and I paid, I don't feel like we should've gotten the room in the basement area, near the kitchen with a view of their backyard. And one morning, one of their staffs were in the backyard smoking (which is...More
Response from Solange D, Directeur général at MARAIS HOme HotelResponded 30 June 2016
We thank you for having taken the time to share your impressions about your stay. We are sorry to learn that you were not entirely satisfied with your stay.
The HOM room, is the largest available double room in the hotel. This room...More
Lovely, small and perfectly fitted with all the necessities. A big bravo to the interior decorator for being able to fit so much in the tiny rooms, add an elevator to the building so it is accessible to al and still have a rooftop terrace....More
Nice. Clean. Very helpful staff. Great location. Very close to the Metro. The only negative is that you have to have key in room for power to work so you cant charge electronics when you're gone... iPad, etc. No refrigerator, which didnt present too much...More
The hotel was clean and inviting and we enjoyed returning after a long day of sightseeing. The hotel is on the edge of the Marais district and within walking distance to the Republique metro stop which is served by multiple lines which is convenient. The...More
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.
When I was at this hotel, all of the rooms were freshly renovated - all of the furnishings new and updated. There were no musty smells. Bathrooms had great water pressure and brand new sink etc. But the rooms are small... More
When I was at this hotel, all of the rooms were freshly renovated - all of the furnishings new and updated. There were no musty smells. Bathrooms had great water pressure and brand new sink etc. But the rooms are small - we had to be creative in how we stowed our bags. Still, in Paris we don't spend too much time in our room so this didn't seem terribly important.