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Our room was stinking at cigarette smoke. It was cold, the radiator in the bathroom didn't worked at all. We asked for an extra blanket and the guy from the front desk (who wasn't able to speak French or English decent) he said he can't...More
We stayed at this hotel six nights. We recived a room with a new bed very confortable.
It is true, the bathroom is very small and the hotel is situated near a square and sometimes it is noisly.
The hotel is near the metro station,...More
Response from Yacine B, Gérant at Hotel Bristol RepubliqueResponded 6 October 2017
We are happy to see that you have enjoyed your stay in our Hotel and that you have appreciated the location.
We are hoping to see you very soon one more time in Paris.
The location of the hotel is excellent, near the Republique square and the Republique metro. Other than the location, everything else about the hotel is not quite good. The bathroom & toilet are very unclean.More
Management response:Responded 21 September 2017
I hear what you are saying but if something was not clean in your room, you should have told us. We are working we a cleaning company and unfortunately we can not check all the rooms everyday. You should have told us and...More
This place is disgusting and poorly presented. The location is fine but it suffered from cracked tiles in the bathroom, permanent gouges on the toilet seat, a leaking bathroom ceiling, in ground dirt and mould in the bathroom, no soundproofing between rooms, walls, outside and...More
This hotel is very very terrible. It is very old and dirty. The receptionist is incompetent and unpolite. If you ask for some information, they answer bothered. The room has not air conditioning, the curtain are dirty and crumbling. The bathroom is old, dirty and...More
The tree-lined Canal Saint-Martin is the focal point of one of the most romantic and hip areas of Paris. Watch boats travel along the canal while lovers and friends take in the atmosphere from the banks or the bridges. Evenings see hoards fill the embankments to drink wine and enjoy good company. The colder days lead people to hipster bars, cozy restaurants, and concert spaces. Those who are more adventurous may
explore hidden gems down nearby streets, from local bars to futuristic architecture. With its enriching mix of people of all ages and backgrounds, this neighbourhood has a dynamic, inspiring vibe.