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WARNING to young, female, especially white, travellers, this hotel is not safe. The surrounding area is rough and staying here puts yourself in danger. The rooms are tiny, ill-equipped, and nothing like the pictures - ours had dirty sheets, a mattress on the floor rather...More
You're outside Paris, very far from all facilities, transportation, monuments and sightseeings. There's no restaurants and things to do around. And you'll have to cross a crowded area , kind of illegal market where there're only rubbish to buy.
It's cheap...and you know why!
I arrived 40mn before check in i asked just to drop my bag cause i had a meeting away and didn't really had time to wait, t was just a small backpack to drop, they didn't let me and were...More
Looks nothing like the pictures. Very bad area of town. Crap service. Really terrible place to visit. Only stayed because I had to and never will again. Their booking.com page is nothing like real life.
Bad experience ever. Too small room, really HOT, non cooperative staff, small shared toilets and they clean once in 24 hours.
There is no shop/coffee shop to buy any thing.
Not recommended especially for families.
US$41 - US$61 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I didn't use the parking as I arrived by metro. Typically you will pay about €20 per night for parking in Paris, and twice that per day. But you need to ask yourself if you need to bring a car - its expensive, terrible... More
I didn't use the parking as I arrived by metro. Typically you will pay about €20 per night for parking in Paris, and twice that per day. But you need to ask yourself if you need to bring a car - its expensive, terrible to drive, and unsafe. My advice; park your car in the long-term parking at Charles de Gaulle airport and get the train into Paris. It only takes 30 mins and you can get everywhere by bus or metro.