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I shared a room with two friends for 4 days. We pushed our beds away from the window because we thought it would be cold in the night next to the window-we soon discovered a hole in the floor due to the rotting floorboards, underneath...More
My daughter and I stayed for 2 nights, I can’t say slept because I didn’t ! The hotel was more like a homeless hostel - the room was not really dirty but dusty and in need of major renovation. The toilet bowl base was broken...More
The worst experience I've ever had! The hotel is in terrible conditions is completely dirty,abandoned and disgusting. For the price paid we could have find something better. But the hotel is a nightmare, we tried to talk with the staff but they pretend not to...More
The hotel is old, dirty without power switch to charge any electronic device ( just one worked (room 15) and it was the power switch of tv). In my last day I started to feel strange sounds, I turned on the light at 4 am...More
Stayed here to attend Ireland v Sweden in stade de France. Quaint hotel currently under construction. If you are looking for luxury.. You are prob better off somewhere else. But it was clean, comfy (new) beds and very friendly staff. Lovely reception area with a...More
The neighbourhood around Chateau d’Eau is an often overlooked part of town whose vibrant streets are great for a refreshing change. Long known for its immigrant population, this multicultural neighbourhood's fabric has been enriched by communities from India, Pakistan, Arab-speaking countries, and Africa. Explore its colorful twists and turns from the Passage Brady (known for great Indian