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Hotel location is the only pro; room and bathroom are small, outdated and can improve cleanliness. Elevator basically fits 1 person.
Staff not the most welcoming or friendly specially if you dont speak french; regreted my choice of hotel, would not recommend at all.
A friend arranged for our stay and I later thanked him for his choice (not always the case!):
Just off Rue Montorgueil, an historic district, once you might have rubbed shoulders with a famous writer, and a foodie's stomping ground, bars, niche shops, a celebrated...More
hotel is small, rooms are small, price not expensive. Rooms on the street are noisy with the atmosphere of parisians and tourists enjoying life. Walking distance from Les Halles, Beaubourg, Le Marais, Le Pont Neuf, ...
Good location, street was rather quiet, quiet room, clean bed, front desk was ok during the day .
Very small room, uncomfortable beds, tiny bathroom, stains on walls, wardrobe was dirty inside, front desk in the evening wasn't particularly courteous.
Walking distance to Louvre a must for ant visit to Paris. Also walking to wine tasting, excellent. So many excellent Cafes & bars at your door. Close to subway and shops. Room small but all you need. Breakfast very French and staff helpful.
US$104 - US$204 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The neighbourhood around Opéra and Bourse is a belle époque paradise of grand boulevards, refined arcades, and mass-market art-nouveau entertainment. Here, modern day workers continue to take advantage of the legacy that nobility and finance left in the 19th century. Brightly-lit brasseries, theatres, and cinemas sit side by side with French bistros predominating in one area and Japanese restaurants in
another. The area is most famous for the Palais Garnier opera house and glamorous department stores.