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Its a well located hotel , with a lift and a 24 hour concierge . Staff are multi lingual and friendly and well informed.
The hotel has 8 rooms on the first to sixth floors mainly over looking Rue Meslay. It can be noisy till...More
Just spent a week here and have thoroughly enjoyed it. Yes it's traditional decor thats a little frayed around the edges but that's why its such good value. Location is fabulous and staff are very friendly especially the breakfast lady. True there is no air...More
The hotel has a very good location. Easy access to the Metro that has different lines.
The staff speaks different languages and they are very helpful and Friendly. The rooms are clean.
Highly Recommended, I would stay there again.!
Hotel with great location but noisy. The neighbourhood of place Republigue is from one hand site the great advantage but same time disadvantage if this is about noise. Also while check in please ask for room far away from elevator. Elevator are old and noisy....More
Stayed here for four nights very last minute in May after a disastrous experience with our AirBnB.
Hotel is simple and rooms are very small, but are perfectly comfortable and very clean. Location is perfect- so close to metro and easy walk to the Marais...More
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The hotel is just steps from Republique square and there are at least two bus stops that I can remember that are located around the square. Line 20 took us to the Opera and we went down to Notre Dame by bus but I can't... More
The hotel is just steps from Republique square and there are at least two bus stops that I can remember that are located around the square. Line 20 took us to the Opera and we went down to Notre Dame by bus but I can't remember the line number. If you get a map from the Metro ticket window make sure it has the bus lines too and you will have an easy time getting around.
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"Higher rooms are quiter, those at the front have windows that open on to the street, which is nice."