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I had initially read all of these students' bad reviews before going to Hotel Luxia and thought for a moment "Uh oh...maybe I should have checked out it's reviews before booking"...
That all being said, I was very pleasantly surprised that this hotel was excellent...More
The worst hotel ever. I was on a school trip and the three days at the Hotel Luxia ruined Paris. The only thing that made me remotely happy was the view of Sacre Coeur. When we checked it there was drirty laundry in the stairwells....More
No hygiene AT ALL ! Carpet was filty, couldn't walk without shoes or socks, bathroom was very very dirty, mold everywhere! Service = ZERO, unfriendly ! only positive aspect was the location (and even..)
Recently went on school trip to Paris and stayed at the Hotel Luxia. Me and a friend stayed in the room of which others have mentioned which leads out directly into the reception (room 4)
It was terribly dirty. When we got in there were...More
I went with a large group of students and bed bugs were found in a room, they complained and when they were given a new room key the staff were rude and gave the key to them regretfully. They claimed there were no bed bugs...More
US$67 - US$102 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Montmartre is a bustling mix of cultures, colours, and styles which changes from one street to another. Ride the funicular (or, for a real workout, climb the steps) to the sublime Sacré-Coeur (Basilica of the Sacred Heart) with its inspiring view of the city. The church is surrounded by provincial streets and piano bars where tourists, artists, and street entertainers thrive. At the foot of the hill, Boulevard de Clichy
features shops not intended for young audiences, while residences are scattered to the north and east. The diverse population includes a large part from the Arab-speaking world, Africa, and Turkey. It’s a corner of Paris full of life and dynamism with charms that can’t be found anywhere else.