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My wife and enjoyed this clean, nice hotel. The staff were helpful and nice. The room and bathroom were small but the bed was great size! We recommend that you head the advice of another review and get a room away from the street to...More
We have stayed at this hotel on 5 occasions. It is located near the Pigalle Metro station and is situated in the red light district of Paris. The hotel is family owned and run by friendly, helpful and efficient people. The room are of good...More
After looking hard at hotels based in Paris for a reasonable price for New Years last minute suggested this place. The reception area is tidy but it all went abit strange when they didn't want to see our passports and just took a name, then...More
It was a good choice! We enjoyed our staying and the room was always warm with hot water!!! Very close to Piggale from were you can go everywhere!!! The breakfast was nice and all the stuff was very polite and ready to help you!!! The...More
Good touristy location and close to the metro. The breakfast is simple croissant, yogurt and coffee. No complaints, was not expecting anything moor. The room is small but neat. My only complaint is the wifi is terrible.
US$76 - US$122 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#113 Best Value Hotel in Paris
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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.
how do I get to hotel from CDG using metro and directions once I have got to pigatelle
31 October 2015|
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You have to use the main train line from CDG to Gare du Nord, we bought tickets from a machine think it was about 10euros for a return. It does look daunting at first especially if it's a busy time but just look at signs... More
You have to use the main train line from CDG to Gare du Nord, we bought tickets from a machine think it was about 10euros for a return. It does look daunting at first especially if it's a busy time but just look at signs everything is clearly signed.
Once you get to Gare du Nord you then go down a walkway to change to the metro line,you can get a bundle of metro tickets at a machine I think it was about 14euro for about 10 tickets these will come in useful. you walk to La Chapelle, then take the metro to Pigalle (this is No:2 line).
Once you get off at Pigalle as you come up from the metro you turn left & walk up road opposite, it's just off this road, (this is like a big square with roads off it here) it is literally a 2minute walk you need to just read the road signs here & you'll easily find it.
I hope this all helps!
The hotel was lovely, I hope you have a wonderful time!!
The hotel has big street maps they give out to help you get around.