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We made the book in the front desk two days before our arrival, but when we arrive the person told us that he could not find the reservation. I saw the reservation paper in the desk and pointed, but he had no reservation for us...More
Very good price and reasonable accommodation for the price. Rooms were small, basic, and shower was basic (water not so warm). But it was great location right next to Gare L'est train and quick ride to airport. Lots within walking distance, staff were nice, bed...More
Still have to pay breakfast even you don't have to eat it, ridiculous!!
Location is good
Close to the metro and stations
Good for price
Breakfast is too small and low variety
Room can be cold at night
Take the metro...More
Stayed at the hotel for 3 nights. Chose it as it was pretty near Gare De Nord and we were arriving pretty late. The hotel decor is pretty dated but clean. The only problem I had was the size of the bathroom....as you could literally...More
Went with two other friends and was surprised in a good way! The room was quite nice and the bathroom as well. The location is perfect if you want to be close to the Gare du Nord or Gare de l'Est, but not so good...More
US$68 - US$130 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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