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One of the worst places to be in Paris.No propper lift, no fans in the room ( it was summer in Aug). Same old very poor breakfast everyday. Cannot recommend anybody for this place. Can't call it a Hotel
Reader, the location of 'Grand Hotel de Paris' and the bowl of sweets that are perched on its reception desk are, indubitably, the only advantageous things about this itch-inducing establishment. The beds were scratchy, blotchy and dusty; it felt like the bed was alive and...More
We have just got back after a 3 night stay at this hotel. The room had been refurbished and was nice, church bells didn't bother us as stopped at 20.00.Staff were ok and continental breakfast nice. It's a small hotel situated next to a train...More
We arrived with my family and all we found was a tiny and dirty hotel more like a motel in an average location, the carpet is dirty, the bathroom is disgusting, rooms small, please avoid it as much as you can. We couldn't spend the...More
Just imagine... A hotel (this is more like a cockroach motel) without a/c or fans. Beds are hard and uncomfortable. Only one employee speaks English (I think he should be the manager) the others, only French. It is really hard to sleep in this one...More
US$58 - US$136 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from lesleyhaigh | Reviewed this property |
Gare de Nord is approximately 10 minutes walk from the Hotel. Depending how much luggage you have, it is walkable. On the other hand Gare de 'oest is about 2 minutes from the Hotel. The minimum fare for a taxi... More
Gare de Nord is approximately 10 minutes walk from the Hotel. Depending how much luggage you have, it is walkable. On the other hand Gare de 'oest is about 2 minutes from the Hotel. The minimum fare for a taxi is 5:00 euros which is a very expensive journey considering the distance. As you don't know Paris and the area, I would advise going via the metro to Gare de ;oest and walking the 200 meters to the hotel. Good luck and happy trip.