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I cannot believe this hotel is still open to the public, I wish I read the reviews before booking this place! I got there and found out bathroom was on the second floor, my room was on the third floor so you can imagine, towels...More
firstly the workers are not friendly. the price are not good. the room are too small and no conditioner. the area are full of gangster chilling at 2am. and most terrible there is no wifi. you need to pay for 7 euros for 3 days...More
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Considering that it's less than €20 per night in one of the most expensive cities in the world my expectations for staying here were not high. However even my small expectations were disappointed.
We checked in an a Sunday to find a slightly dingy room...More
We spent 5 great nights in this hotel in July with my mother.
The location is perfect if you like to discover new cultures: just next to a metro station (ideal for starting your sightseeing trip), but in the middle of african-arabic district of the...More
Stayed here for 3 days on a short Paris trip.
Hotel was basic but clean. Room was cleaned everyday and fresh towels were provided in on suite bathroom .Staff were friendly. Right next to Simplon Metro which means it was a little bit noisy at...More
At the foot of the Butte Montmartre, close to the Place du Tertre, famous for its basilica and painters, Hipotel Paris Sacre Coeur Olympics is located in a busy and lively neighborhood. In a home with 50 rooms, traditional comfort, reduced tariffs capacity to meet all budgets, the hotel will guarantee you peace and quiet. Frequent bers (line 4: Simplon line 12: Jules Joffrin) and bus (31, 60, Montmartrobus 85) crisscross the district and you are in the heart of Paris in 15 minutes: the Louvre, instead of la Concorde, Notre Dame Cathedral ... If you come from the Gare du Nord and Gare de l'Est, you can easily reach the hotel, public transport you deposit directly without change. If you come from Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport you need to change at Gare du Nord.
Good evening. Can I ask what time I have to be at the hotel in order to be checked in by English speaking staff? And Is there any local/Paris information in English that I can ask for when there? I arrive at the end of January but have not had my emails replied to. ThAnkyou
12 November 2016|
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Response from Ammaprema | Reviewed this property |
Hi I stayed there and the staff are French speaking but with enough English for reasonable communication. i think they are there 24 hours but can't be definite about that. I would keep on to them !