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I booked this hotel at the last minute after going in the Burger King next door to use the free wifi. It is close to the Gare de L'Est rail station, Metro and buses. The rooms are clean and simple, if a little tired looking,...More
This is not an upmarket wonder hotel but it has small clean rooms which are serviced on a daily basis. It's a good location with plentiful restaurants and bars around and it is convenient for train stations.
Spent a short holiday here in april. It is a 2-star hotel (?), so you get what you pay for. :-)
Reception staff is friendly and they all speak english. You can get breakfast for 7.50 EUR per person but it is nothing special, you...More
I had completely forgotten about my story in this wonderful hotel back on 2013. I thought the hotel was great. Great location right across the street from he subway and bus lines, less than a 5 minuet walk to the Gare Du Nord train station....More
This is very near the gare de l'est and that is the most positive I can be about this hotel. The room is tiny, stingy, smelly and VERY noisy. No facilities in the room and pretty expensive. I've stayed in many hotels in the gare...More
US$69 - US$137 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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