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This hotel is a quite non-descript, not bad, not ugly, but not really appealing either. The room and bathroom were good enough, wi-fi works, the breakfast is a bit basic but good, nearest RER station is a ten minute walk away. I have one complain:...More
the reception staff were friendly. place was clean. nice room.no drinks available other than at breakfast. . breakfast was juice coffee and croissants. had to use saucers for croissants as no plates provided. no lounging area. no bar.
definitely 2 star
Visited Paris for the weekend. This hotel was really well situated for the 5th arrondissement and the lively Latin Quarter. Easily accessed on the Metro, and only a short walk to some really lively parts of Paris. Room was tiny and bathroom showed some ingenuity...More
As we were visiting Abu Dhabi, flying air France via Charles de Gaulle we decided to stop off for a few days to see the sifts of Paris. This wasy second trip to Paris and Hotel Sunny didn't dissapoint. It's pretty basic, but for the...More
You won't get very much for 100 euros a night in Paris so it's worth considering that this hotel is never going to be spectacular. It is however the best we saw in that price bracket and chose to book based on some decent reviews....More
US$89 - US$205 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The French windows opened easily and the plane trees outside gave some privacy although there are light and heavy curtains also. Don't remember air-conditioning as I was there in spring. Returned to the hotel... More
The French windows opened easily and the plane trees outside gave some privacy although there are light and heavy curtains also. Don't remember air-conditioning as I was there in spring. Returned to the hotel exhausted after each full day, so can't remember either whether it was noisy on the street - probably not as we were on the 4th floor.
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"i have always found the street facing rooms better, slightly bigger and brighter"