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The bottom line is good value for the price.
I don't think it's a three-stars hotel, it's very simple, and quite basic. The rooms are quite old, and the maintenance is good, but not optimal.
The environment is not touristic, and it's far from the...More
I booked superior double room (as I wanted more comfort and a bathtub) - I got a room a little larger than usual room is in Paris (very, very small) with a out dated bathroom with only shower, small sink and toilet. Shower so small...More
the room was clean... this was the only good thing. the bed was very uncomfortable. the shower would not drain so if u take a shower u end up with water to your ankles. there was no toilet paper. the toilet barely flushed. and the...More
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The lovely receptionist was worth 5 stars alone - she went out of her way to help me, showing me the one remaining room to make sure I thought it was OK (it was!) and throwing in breakfast as part of the deal. I had...More
US$62 - US$150 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#49 Best Value Hotel in Paris
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Take the metro from CDG to Place d'Italie and walk north. It's exactly 350 meters. Breakfast is not free however there's a MacDonald's close to metro. Heavy bags will be most challenging. The elevators are small can barely... More
Take the metro from CDG to Place d'Italie and walk north. It's exactly 350 meters. Breakfast is not free however there's a MacDonald's close to metro. Heavy bags will be most challenging. The elevators are small can barely fit 2 people. The rooms are small but clean. I recommend it for those on a budget.
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