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All reviewssaint paulpaul metro stationgreat locationgreat restaurants and cafessmall hotelmarais areafaced the streettriple roompriced hotelbed linendefinately stay herestayed in this hotel for nightssingle bedsmall liftthe hotel staffdecent sizequiet street
My daughters and I stayed here in June and absolutely loved it! Our room was smaller but quaint however the bathroom was larger modern with an actual tub which we loved!! The location was lovely it was important for me to feel safe especially as...More
After much research decided on Le marais area of Paris and was not disappointed with either the hotel or its location. Clean, comfortable, quiet adequate hotel, nothing flash but all that was required after exhausting sightseeing every day. Breakfast consisted of yoghurt, bread, croissant, butter,...More
We made the reservation at this hotel direct with their website as it was sold out on Booking.com. The price was lower so it was a good deal. We booked a triple room even though there are only two of us because we're accustomed to...More
Comfortable stay, very friendly staff and close to the St Paul metro in lovely Le Marais. The room was clean and comfortable. Good value for money. Would have liked coffee making facilities in the room though.
The location is great! Everything is close by and there is also a Metro station 2-3 minutes from the hotel to reach furhter away places. The hotel rooms are still very quiet, so you will sleep perfectly.
The staff was very helpul with special requests!...More
The Marais is a winding maze of multi-faceted streets that beg to be explored. It bursts with small boutiques, historic buildings, cozy traditional restaurants, and hidden parks. Around each corner, you'll come across little gems of architecture spanning the centuries, from understated medieval towers to classical libraries and 17th century splendour. This neighbourhood unites a rich mix of
people of all ages, but it's best known for the gay scene mostly in the south and the Jewish community around Rue des Rosiers.
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We took a car from the airport (there are a lot of cars and drivers hanging around). It was about 55 euro, I think, to the hotel. Probably similar to a cab or uber but it was easier and I like that there is a flat rate for a... More
We took a car from the airport (there are a lot of cars and drivers hanging around). It was about 55 euro, I think, to the hotel. Probably similar to a cab or uber but it was easier and I like that there is a flat rate for a car. The hotel will also arrange a car for you when you need to go back. Public transportation would be pretty easy but we were so tired when we got there we didn't want to deal with it.