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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I recently went to Paris with family and wanted a boutique hotel experience. The experience at Hotel Fabric was amazing and the hospitality was second to none. The hotel was beautiful and had everything a traveler could want. I would recommend to anyone visiting the city looking for a Parisian hotel!

Stayed: August 2018, travelled with family
1  Thank Tomas R
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HOTELFABRIC, Front Desk Staff at Hotel Fabric, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Dear Guests,

Thank you for a very kind review on your experience at the Hotel Fabric.
It is such a pleasure to learn that you enjoyed your stay with us and that we could have helped to make it amazing.
Thank you for recommending our hotel to other travellers.

We hope to welcome you again very soon.

Warm regards,
Anastasia - Front Desk Staff

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We stayed Sept 7 to 15, 2018 and absolutely LOVED the hotel. staff speak many different langues (english and french are the most popular, but other staff speak other languages). we had fun conversations with their friendly front desk staff and they also helped us to make international phone calls and arrange tourism tickets for special events. this hotel is very chic. the ambiance is warm and inviting. rooms are clean, bathrooms are inviting (who ever heard of THAT before.. but trust me you'll believe me when you take a shower.. omg, the rain shower is amazing).

Getting to the hotel .. well, i don't speak french and it was our first visit to Paris but we are seasoned travelers so we thought we'd give it a go. this is what i remember, i hope i helps.. international flight landed in Charles de Gaulle airport, terminal 3. look for the travel tourism both that is near the area where you get your luggage and grab one of the free metro maps, THIS IS A MUST. you'll use this map every day. top right corner you'll find RER C and the airport in light blue. each metro line has its own number (or letter) and its own colour and you can change lines at any station where there is a white blob covering the lines. we walked towards sign for metro which at the airport is called RER C. it eventually leads you out of the airport terminal and you walk a bit outside, cross a small street and then into the train station. about 3 minutes. from here you just keep walking towards "RER C" signs until you reach some gates you can't cross unless you have a ticket. the there will be a line to get a ticket from the many ticket dispensers. ticket dispenser asks you what language and you can use credit card to pay (or cash in euros). sorry, i can't remember what ticket from the list of about 8 options we purchased but there was staff walking up and down the machines the entire time we were there and they spoke english and they just pressed the buttons for us... out popped the ticket and we passed the gate and took our luggage on the train. the station is at the end of the line so you're guaranteed to get a seat. now look at your metro map and discover where you have to get OFF the RER C so that you can get ON the "metro # 5". then look at which station you'll get off "metro #5" and get on "metro #9". also, be knowledgable about which direction you want to go. before you walk down the stairs to access the trains there is a metro map showing all the stations this direction will take you.. make sure you go in proper direction. once you're on "metro #5" head towards station St. Ambrios (i might have spelled that wrong). its right after oberkamph. when you get off train, walk towards the exits.. and make sure the exit "Sorti in french" has the street name "St. Ambrious" so you exit the station at the street you want. once you exit you'll walk up some stairs into daylight and across the street you'll see a cafe with a red banner (sorry, i forget the name, but you can probably google earth it). the street you want is Mericourt (i'm spelling that wrong). where are the street signs?? ya.. they are stamped on the buildings in blue! so look up about 15' on the wall at the corner of the building and that is where you find the street names. the street you want, Mericourt, is a little side street just on your left. Walk down this very narrow street for a few minutes and hotel Fabric is on your left. you made it.. now take a rain shower and relax ;)

one other tip i have... in retrospect... i wish i had just stayed at this hotel and traveled to disney from here (and back) rather than check out a day early, go to disney, stay in a "budget" hotel and hate it. disney has 2 parks here and it closes around 8pm so its not like its super late when you get back on the metro to go to hotel. its totally possible to do both parks in a day if you don't need to go on every single ride. there is no VIP ticket unless you stay at the hotel on site.. otherwise its just regular ticket for you and you can get a "fast pass" which is what we did.

  • Stayed: September 2018, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank slloyds
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HOTELFABRIC, Front Desk at Hotel Fabric, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Dear Mr Lloyd,

Thank you very much for a very detailed review on your stay at the Hotel Fabric.

We are so thrilled to read that you loved the hotel, its design, its ambiance, and of course, the shower!
Thank you for your compliments to the staff, we all were more than happy to have you staying with us and to help you out with arranging your tourist plans.

It is so nice of you to share your experience on the trip from the Charles de Gaulle airport to the hotel with other TripAdvisor users. Just a small precision: you need to take RER B to go to the Gare du Nord station, and then change for line 5 and go to Oberkampf. The station is a 5-minute walk from the hotel.

Thank you for sharing your experience at the hotel at Disneyland, I am sure it will be very useful for other travellers.

We look forward to welcoming you again in the near future.

Kind regards,
Anastasia - Front Desk Staff

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I've stayed at the Hotel Fabric now 5 times and thoroughly enjoy it. The neighborhood is convenient to many metro lines and there are plenty of restaurants around even just on the same street as the hotel. The rooms are always very clean, ready promptly, and the staff is very helpful and nice. It is by far my favorite hotel in Paris and I will continue to return.

  • Stayed: August 2018, travelled with family
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2  Thank Elizabeth B
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HOTELFABRIC, Front Desk Staff at Hotel Fabric, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Dear Elizabeth,

Thank you so very much for taking the time to share your experience at the Hotel Fabric with other TripAdvisor users.
We are thrilled to read that it is your favourite hotel in Paris.
We are very glad you like the neighbourhood which is indeed very lively with a lot of good restaurants and bars. There are 3 metro stations nearby: Saint-Ambroise, Oberkampf and Parmentier that makes it very easy to get to the main sights of Paris.

It is always a pleasure to have you staying with us and we look forward to welcoming you again in the near future,

Warm regards,

Anastasia
Front Desk

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Reviewed 10 September 2018 via mobile

Some breliant thing about this hotel thay i have to say is that the location is really exellent , it was near the subway station that helped us to not pay alot money for transfor , and also it was near some resturant that had really delicious food and design , the room was so clean and the staff try hard in every where , the were so friendly that give a room with soiutable price

Stayed: June 2018, travelled as a couple
2  Thank davidsmits1994
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HOTELFABRIC, Manager at Hotel Fabric, responded to this reviewResponded 12 September 2018

Dear Guests,

We sincerely thank you for your lovely comment.

It seems you enjoyed your stay as much as we enjoyed having you at the hotel Fabric. We always do our best to offer you a lovely stay with us.

Our location is perfect to discover Paris in the best conditions and also for the food lovers. We have a lot of good addresses around.

We hope to welcome you back very soon.

Kind Regards,
Claire Fleureau

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Reviewed 10 September 2018 via mobile

Went to Paris for a week to celebrate my mom's and sister's birthday. Got a personalized note on the second day for well wishes on our trip and a drink on the hotel. This hotel is in the Saint-Ambrose area, a ten minute walk to the Marais district. This place is a gem because of the hotel service, surrounded by three train lines that make it accessible to go anywhere and by some of the best restaurants in town. Such as Pierre Sang and Ober Mamma which we went to twice because it was that good.

We were in the largest suite with a double bed and two twin beds. The place was spacious but the stairs going up and down our place was very creaky as expected for a place with character. I would caution someone who is a really light sleeper to sleep upstairs. The rooms were always clean. What I really like about this hotel are the little touches that make it feel like a boutique: awesome toiletries as previous posts mentioned, Avian water bottles stocked on a daily basis, on a quaint street that had the best bakery down the block as well as a few cafes and the lounge area in the lobby with the Honest Bar and 24 hour espresso machine as well as with snacks provided to help beat the jet lag.

This place has everything you would want for a stay in Paris. Will come back here for sure the next time I'm in town.

Stayed: September 2018, travelled with family
1  Thank Cindy H
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HOTELFABRIC, Manager at Hotel Fabric, responded to this reviewResponded 12 September 2018

Dear Cindy,

We are much flattered to read such review. We sincerely thank you for having taking time to poste your comment.

Indeed, we are located in a gorgeous and lively area of Paris. We have three metro stations around, Saint Ambroise, Parmentier and Oberkampf to reach the main Parisian attractions. Also, you are absolutely right for the restaurants our area is perfect for the food lovers.

Also, we pay attention to each details during your stay in order to offer you a unique and lovely Parisian stay.

We hope to welcome you again very soon to pamper you as you deserve.

Kind Regards from your Parisian home,

Claire Fleureau
Hotel Manager

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