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We had originally booked another hotel in Paris but they had double booked us 2 days prior to our arrival. But every cloud has a silver lining as the Hotel Sunny was a much better location and right on the RER B from CDG Airport....More
I've stayed with my husband 3 nights in hotel Sunny. Unfortunately, we were given a room next to the reception which was quite awful. There would be noise all day long, even at late hours the receptionist would talk loudly on the phone or watch...More
I stayed three nights at the Hotel Sunny and found it to be a nice hotel in a quiet area just south of the Latin Quarter.I found the staff very friendly, which is not always the case in Paris.It's fairly basic but I had no...More
We booked at The Hotel Sunny in Paris' lower 5th and were delighted with the neighborhood, the staff and the tiny but clean and comfortable room. We had requested a balcony on the street via email and we were given a room on the 5th...More
USD 77 - USD 164 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The French windows opened easily and the plane trees outside gave some privacy although there are light and heavy curtains also. Don't remember air-conditioning as I was there in spring. Returned to the hotel... More
The French windows opened easily and the plane trees outside gave some privacy although there are light and heavy curtains also. Don't remember air-conditioning as I was there in spring. Returned to the hotel exhausted after each full day, so can't remember either whether it was noisy on the street - probably not as we were on the 4th floor.
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"i have always found the street facing rooms better, slightly bigger and brighter"