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Stayed here for 2 nights in June 2016.
This is extaxtly what it says it is.... Its really basic budget accommodation.
I booked a triple room in this hotel for me and 2 friends. We had a room on 4th floor. THERE IS NO LIFT....More
The Hotel is close to 2 lines of metro, okey area. Not that far from center. Really nice and helpful staff! Small rooms, the covers were dirty but the bed sheets clean. Shared one bathroom on one floor :/ . But for the price I...More
The room was comfortable, the bed well fitted and comfortable. The view from the window, although not stunning was lovely in my opinion. I could look out and watch real Parisian life go by. It can be nosiey, especially in the morning.
It is very...More
I really didn't expect much from a one-star hotel (I believe that it's underrated, to be honest), but I was extremely pleasantly surprised. While the absence of an elevator is an inconvenience, it's certainly not an issue for anyone who is capable of carrying their...More
The area was convenient for us, as it had good metro and RER connections (Place d'Italie and Tolbiac metro stations within walking distance) and lots of places to eat. We upgraded to a private bathroom upon arrival, and the room was clean and neat if...More
Far off the beaten path, this part of Paris is a forgotten gem worth exploring. Avenue d’Ivry houses Europe's largest Chinatown with great Asian supermarkets and shops, and a thrilling atmosphere around Chinese New Year. Place d’Italie impresses onlookers as soon as they set their eyes on it. Not far, around La Butte aux Cailles, the streets suddenly imitate provincial France and you’ll feel like you’ve
been transported. The beauty of these streets lies in their surprises around every twist and turn.