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They should probably rename this hotel to iBis mini. Every thing is mini in this hotel. Starting from the lift to the room to the shower and wc, every thing you find here is small, probably the smallest you will ever find. Lift is for...More
Reasonably priced, we'd turned up on the day, having looked around we found this was the cheapest hotel in the area and the best quality too. 90 euros for a triple room or put another way, less than £25 each per person / per night....More
I arrived at Paris-Gare de Lyon on the TGV from Marseille and was looking for somewhere to spend the night. This hotel was an easy walk from the station and it's proximity to the Bercy metro station made it a convenient place to spend the...More
USD 84 - USD 189 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The neighbourhood around Chateau d’Eau is an often overlooked part of town whose vibrant streets are great for a refreshing change. Long known for its immigrant population, this multicultural neighbourhood's fabric has been enriched by communities from India, Pakistan, Arab-speaking countries, and Africa. Explore its colorful twists and turns from the Passage Brady (known for great Indian
From the hotel, head right, and walk up to Gare du Nord (turn right again when you reach the junction, onto Boulevard de Magenta). At Gare du Nord, take the RER train. Get on line B, go one stop to Châtelet – Les Halles... More
From the hotel, head right, and walk up to Gare du Nord (turn right again when you reach the junction, onto Boulevard de Magenta). At Gare du Nord, take the RER train. Get on line B, go one stop to Châtelet – Les Halles. At C-lH, change onto line A, and take the train to Marne La Vallée, which serves as the Disneyland station. You should be able to walk from there - it's literally a few minutes walk.
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"We had 301 (I think) with a nice view of the courtyard which was quiet."