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What makes this Hotel work is the staff, Stephanie and the rest are all EXTREMELY helpful!. If not for their attention I would say pass.
Some good points about the Hotel, the bed was super comfortable, and the Shower has excellent water pressure!!, the rates...More
Stayed at Hotel Du Chemin Vert for three nights. The hotel is close to the metro stop and is in a quiet safe area like most of the other reviews stated. The man at the desk did not speak very much English but he was...More
The hotel is quite remote from the touristic areas - you have to change at least 2 metros to get to the center. Metro Voltaire is the closest (10 min walk)- it's easy to find it.
Bastille - it's quiet, you have a...More
Hotels in Paris are expensive and this is at the cheaper end. Yes the lift is tiny....If you have luggage it is a squeeze. The Hotel is in the middle of a refurb which is much needed. However on the positive side, the street is...More
Hotel is in a quiet but seemingly safe street. Every skirting board and door frame was covered in masking tape as the place was in the process of being repainted. Fairly close to the metro as mentioned by others and also has a Velib (Paris...More
Bastille and Oberkampf are lively parts of town made for entertainment. During the day rows of unassuming bars welcome customers for a bite or a drink, but it’s at night this area really comes to life. Students and young professionals fill the busy bars around Bastille and Oberkampf. At Place de la Bastille, crowds flock to the Opéra Bastille in the evening and groups wait for coveted tickets during the day. Towards
Republique, skateboarders practice their tricks while others chill out at the square. If you’re looking for late-night revelry, this is your neighbourhood.