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I paid 136 Euro a night for a small double room. I didn't think this was very good value, but it is an expensive part of Paris.
The bathroom had mold and the shower was very small. The carpets were worn out.
Location is great....More
Me and my wife has spent in this hotel four nights. Generally we have a good memories from this stay. Mainly because of very good location, clean rooms and nice guys in reception. In our opinion hotel has good value for money
My partner and I along with two friends stayed at the Hotel Agora over the weekend. We stayed in two rooms with two beds on different floors. I was initially put off by the black mold in the shower and the hair on the floor...More
If you like the night life, this is a good hotel as there are many cafes, bars, and places to meet and hang out. If not, the area around it is very noisy until 2-3 am. There are many stores nearby for shopping and lots...More
Hotel in a walking area. No cars. Noise almost all night. Talking, walking, music, you name it. Room itty bitty. Must walk one flight to get to lift. Lift only big enough for one person. Shower very small opening. You overweight by more than 100...More
USD 102 - USD 257 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Historically the central iron-clad market of Paris, Les Halles has evolved architecturally since then but the pulsating energy has stayed the same. Now it houses the main shopping mall, which nestles underground surrounded by fast-food take-aways and international restaurants coupled with beautiful churches and the old commodity exchange. Parallel to it are the high-street stores of Rue de Rivoli and
just parallel to that the Seine. The area bustles with faces from all continents and all ages at all times of the day. If enjoying high-street shopping with easy access to fast eateries and lively bars is on your agenda, this is the place to go.