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Considering the price, the hotel is really satisfying in terms of location, stuff, service and hygene. We stayed in the cheaper double room for 6 nights. They cleaned the room everyday and the cleaning lady was very kind and cute. They changed the towels everyday....More
This hotel is perfectly situated to explore Paris and is situated at the top of steps of the Metro station Jourdain.
Upon arrival we were greeted by a most charming and helpful concierge.Our room was on the third floor accessed via a very small lift....More
This is a quiet, 2 star hotel offering room and breakfast (optional). It is located on a narrow street opposite a largish church which has a loud clock, which fortunately only chimes during daylight hours. It provides breakfast only in a small breakfast room on...More
This hotel is two-star rated so there are no frills. It's in a really nice residential part of Paris, though, and just a few steps from Jourdain metro station on Line 11, which takes you direct to Chatelet station. There is small lift (really only...More
We stayed at that hotel for 6 nights. Our room was on the 5th floor with a great view to the cathedral. The wifi worked very well. As we arrived at the beginning of March we were afraid that it could be cold in a...More
At the eastern edge of Paris lies Belleville / Père Lachaise, an understated wonderland of local treasures. Alongside the world-famous cemetery, family-owned delicatessens and cafés nestle between local stores and establishments. The richness of the population here has created a little Chinatown of Asian restaurants, and the area comes to life at night by a funky underground scene. Façades change from one
street to another as one passes from white walled provincial homes to tall blocks and reconverted homes. The whole area is an inspirational mix of people from all corners of the world frequented by artists, students, immigrants, and Parisian families. Once home to supporters of the Paris commune, its rebellious nature is now offset by its rural charms.