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All reviewsbastille metrocomplimentary bottle of winegreat locationmarais neighborhoodquiet streetnotre damepicasso museumbastille areacroissantsrooms are smallshort walkaround the cornertriple roombreakfast roomcafeseurosfrance
Nice hotel. It was very clean and comfortable. Our room overlooked a beautiful little courtyard. The hotel was quiet and even through our room was next to the elevator we did not have an issue with noise. The staff was friendly and spoke English. Very...More
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Stayed here with my sister and daughter in May. We had a triple on the fifth floor. There is a small lift, but large enough for the three of us and our carry on luggage. This hotel is close to the Bastille metro station. Great...More
We spent four nights at this hotel recently. It is located on a quiet street very close to Bastille station. As first time visitors arriving by bus from London we were apprehensive about traveling from the bus stop to the hotel. I wrote a mail...More
This hotel is in an awesome location. Very easy walk from the Bastille metro. The room was clean and comfortable. We had air-con which was good because it was hot while we were there. Staff was nice and helpful. The room was a decent size...More
This was a great little hotel and exactly what and where we needed it to be for our short stop in Paris before heading to Languedoc. The staff were friendly and helpful the bed comfortable and the room was quiet. (Castex is a small street,...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.
Hi Anne! 2 girlfriends and I booked and stayed in the triple room in Sept. It has a single bed downstairs, pretty steep stairs up with 2 singles in the loft. It is a pretty tiny space, but clean and comfortable. The window... More
Hi Anne! 2 girlfriends and I booked and stayed in the triple room in Sept. It has a single bed downstairs, pretty steep stairs up with 2 singles in the loft. It is a pretty tiny space, but clean and comfortable. The window does have a very French view. We loved the location close to transportation, cafes, and a grocery story.
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I took an Uber from the airport. Otherwise they recommend a taxi or the bus. I believe you can take several trains but after an overnight flight from the states I wasn't in the mood for navigating the train. ;) Uber wasn't... More
I took an Uber from the airport. Otherwise they recommend a taxi or the bus. I believe you can take several trains but after an overnight flight from the states I wasn't in the mood for navigating the train. ;) Uber wasn't overly expensive.