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Reviewed 3 October 2017
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Beautiful location just a short walk from many restaurants. Easy transit access to go anywhere in the city. Room and bath were spacious and updated Staff was great with assistance in any way we asked. Morning breakfast Buffett and bar in evening. Would stay there...More
Actually I didn't purposedly choose this hotel I was overbooked at another so they reserved me here for the night . So it's one of those hotels that's on a 1st floor of an old building - sort of like a pension I guess .....More
A group of 4 stayed 2 per room. The staff was super helpful-everyone spoke English, the room was pretty small, but clean and the shower was hot! The location was great, 1/2 block from the metro and super close to the hop on and off...More
The location was great, but the hotel room was very lacking. The hotel smelled of cigarette smoke most days despite the non-smoking rooms. The hotel was having trouble with magnetizing the key cards, so we had only one working. We had no shower other than...More
The neighbourhood around Opéra and Bourse is a belle époque paradise of grand boulevards, refined arcades, and mass-market art-nouveau entertainment. Here, modern day workers continue to take advantage of the legacy that nobility and finance left in the 19th century. Brightly-lit brasseries, theatres, and cinemas sit side by side with French bistros predominating in one area and Japanese restaurants in
another. The area is most famous for the Palais Garnier opera house and glamorous department stores.
Hello, I am sorry but there is no shuttle from the airport to the hotel. There is a public shuttlebus that goes from CDG to Opéra and it goes until 00h30. There's a bus about every 20 minutes after 9pm. It costs 12.50 eur... More
Hello, I am sorry but there is no shuttle from the airport to the hotel. There is a public shuttlebus that goes from CDG to Opéra and it goes until 00h30. There's a bus about every 20 minutes after 9pm. It costs 12.50 eur / person. Then from Opera you can take the metro or walk. The taxi rate is fixed at 55 euros from CDG to Paris centre so you cna also take a taxi; Best regards,
Dear Sir, your booking is for twin beds so that is what we'll give you. I also put in an extra note on the booking. Just one thing though - your booking is for Paril 19th 5 nights. Please check your dates. Unless it was... More
Dear Sir, your booking is for twin beds so that is what we'll give you. I also put in an extra note on the booking. Just one thing though - your booking is for Paril 19th 5 nights. Please check your dates. Unless it was just a typing error.... We look forward to seeing you in April.