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This is a budget hotel and you get what you pay for. We stayed in a triple room which was much smaller than how it is pictured, there was pretty much no room to do anything in the room with three people other than sleep...More
We stayed in this hotel for 5 nights and chosed that one because we wanted to keep this trip cheep. The staff was very friendly and it was easy to talk english with them. The room was okay. The bathroom was always clean, but we...More
We are used to staying in budget accommodation and using a hotel as simply somewhere to sleep. I wouldn't say that we had unrealistic expectations for a budget triple room in Paris but we were so disappointed.
This hotel was terrible. Surly, uncommunative staff and...More
Given the price and reviews we'd seen on the website we weren't expecting much, however we were pleasantly surprised. Not only the staff very friendly and helpful (we made an effort to speak some french) with finding places, but the room was clean nicely decorated...More
I was very pleased with my stay at Hotel Excelsior Republique. It was just what we needed and nothing more. It was really close to everything so it made it easy to walk everywhere and it was close to Du Norde which made my life...More
US$64 - US$123 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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