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great kind hosts, PERFECT location-close to everywhere. walking distance to everywhere. In adittion 2 Merto/RER stations just few steps from the hotel.
Breakfast is very disappointing for 8 Euros.
.Our room was tiny
Way too small
In spite of those 2 disadvantages, i will definitely...More
The hotel is located in a good spot - very central and close to the shops/ tourist attractions. I assumed that it would be ideal as I was not looking to spend much time in my room; the location was higher up on my list...More
Room has no kettle. Bath and shower far too short. Towels weren't changed. Breakfast overpriced. They take the key from you every time you leave. There was planned drilling work that we were not made aware of at 8am every day, and we were told...More
I stayed at the Hotel du Cygne for one night in early July. It is a basic hotel and no one should make a reservation here on the assumption that it is a luxury hotel - it is not. However, if all you need is...More
This is a great budget hotel. It's on a quietish street in the middle of a lot of shops and restos and nightlife. My room, a single, was big enough, had a big window with 2 doors that opened (not full size doors), a fan,...More
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.
Response from travelpro231 | Reviewed this property |
Dean. I have been to this hotel for several vacations with my last visit this past May. If you are on the RER and arrive at Gare du Nord you can easily continue on several different subway routes. Either continue on the RER... More
Dean. I have been to this hotel for several vacations with my last visit this past May. If you are on the RER and arrive at Gare du Nord you can easily continue on several different subway routes. Either continue on the RER B or D to the Chatelet station. From there you need to exit the station toward Rue Rambuteau. It's a couple blocks walk from this station. Head North on Rue Pierre Lescot for 2 blocks. Take a right onto Rue du Cygne. The hotel will be on the right. I suggest looking at Google Maps. Focus on the Chatelet Station. Rue du Cygne is 2 blocks North of Rue Rambuteau and 1 block South of Rue Etienne Marcel. If you are on the Metro and NOT the RER you would take the #4 train (Metro) from Gare du Nord going South toward Mairie du Montrouge (Not Porte du Clignoncourt which is the opposite direction). You should exit at the Etienne Marcel station and head down Rue Pierre Lescot one block and turn Left onto Rue du Cygne. The hotel will be on the right. Hope this helps and enjoy! Note that this hotel does NOT have an elevator and the steps are steep and narrow so be mindful if your travel with lots of bags. I love it for it's old charm.