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I stayed here in summer 2015 for one night. I had a single room with a private shower and a shared toilet across the hall opposite my room.
The room was small and cozy, with a working television set. The bathroom came with basic amenities...More
Arrived 29 September 2015 for three nights. The room was OK, very basic. But the bathroom was like a cupboard. None of that mattered as the room was not expensive for the location. Biggest problem, the problem - was we booked a twin room, well...More
Stayed here for 2 nights in late Oct and the only thing I would recommend is its location; very closed to Gare du Nord train station (100 meters away). Since we were on a tight budget and had a morning train to catch, that was...More
One of the most unsettling hotels I have ever encountered, even at this low price point. Scary drunk guy roaming the halls, fighting with the nighttime clerk. I stayed with a group and all of our showers had huge holes in the doors. The walls...More
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Response from Marina B, Directrice at Hotel Saint QuentinResponded 20 October 2015
We thank you for your comment and are sorry that you did not appreciate your stay.
The hotel is going to know big renovations work in a few weeks. We hope to receive you again after these works who we hope shall bring...More
Great location near Gard du Nord. Hotel was small, two flights of stairs to lump cases up. Staff were polite and helpful. Room was adequate, bathroom poky, no hooks, no lid on toilet,door didn't close properly, however the bed was comfortable. Good restaurants in walking...More
Response from Marina B, Directrice at Hotel Saint QuentinResponded 15 September 2015
We thank you for your summary.
It is true that the hotel is very well situated.
Concerning, the wifi, you are right as well as the rooms.
In a few weeks, all this is going to change because we will have big renovations.
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