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Pleasant and quaint hotel in a great location. Staff were friendly and helpful with room being adequately sized. Value for money is a real bonus at this hotel! Bathroom was ok sized as well.
One of the maids accidentally knocked over my cologne bottle and...More
The hotel is very close to Strasbourg - Saint Denis metro station, making easy and quick to go to any place on the city. The room was fine, very clean, good air conditioning, the bathroom was also clean and adequate. The staff was very gentle...More
Rooms are quite small, tiny lobby, corridors and elevator. But, it was comfortable. Very clean, very nice and modern design.
Frankly speaking, I was surprised by the quality of their rooms. Great value for your money.
Quite an okay hotel in the city centre, very nice and helpful service, close to subway, many restaurants and cafes around. Breakfast not worth it though, just go out somewhere :) Our room was super cold, and the AC / temp control didn't help much...More
US$98 - US$307 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Assuming you mean CDG and not Orly. Leaving Paris I took the Metro from Strassborg-St. Denis which is very close to the hotel, and went to Gare Nord train station, not too far, and then the B RER train to CDG. You can buy... More
Assuming you mean CDG and not Orly. Leaving Paris I took the Metro from Strassborg-St. Denis which is very close to the hotel, and went to Gare Nord train station, not too far, and then the B RER train to CDG. You can buy one ticket that let's you ride both. It seemed like the whole trip was under an hour.