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All reviewsgrand boulevardart deco stylenice hotelmin walkopen the windowgalleries lafayettemetro stationmini fridgegare du nordenjoyed my stayrestaurants and shopstourist attractionscroissantshotel is situatedexcellent locationaround the cornereiffel tower
Very clean hotel, friendly staff, safe neighbourhood, reasonably close to touristy type things and certainly close to the Metro. Small hotel, no real bar per-say but you can get drinks in the so called bar area. Rooms are large enough for one adult, would be...More
Rooms are comfortable and clean but with very poor quality towels. The rooms have no acoustic isolation therefore you can hear all the noise coming from the corridors and the street, such as very early morning junkies and the trash truck.
This hotel is a short walk to major metro stations, tons of restaurants around it and cafes for late night snacking or if you need something quick. Very moderate neighbourhood but has a cozy rustic feel to it as well. The hotel is small (tiny...More
On first impression the hotel look lovely, a welcoming lobby, and mostly very friendly, helpful staff. We booked paris for a pre Christmas weekend get-away and had night hopes for a stay at a Mercure, which are normally very good. On arrival we were checked...More
Cracking little hotel with a big brand name but with the feel of a family run hotel. Room 403 was a little small but so is any hotel room at this price, but an absolute bargain when location taken into account. Room contained all amenities...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.
Response from Keroulos Y | Reviewed this property |
From the airport go buy a train ticket. Follow signs for trains to go down stairs. Tell them I want to Gare du Nord. It’s gonna be PER B Gare du Massy once you get to Nord get out and walk for 3 min to bus stop “Rue de... More
From the airport go buy a train ticket. Follow signs for trains to go down stairs. Tell them I want to Gare du Nord. It’s gonna be PER B Gare du Massy once you get to Nord get out and walk for 3 min to bus stop “Rue de Dunkerque” take bus 39 frese voisin all the way to Richelieu 8 stops and the hotel around there