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This was a nasty, disgusting excuse for a "hotel" - I wouldn't have let my dog stay here. As I said in my title - it was substandard, at best. The staff was pleasant, but only because we were young and female. Don't waste your...More
My comment on this hotel could have been "average", considering the level of hotels in France. Unfortunately I had the bad idea of leaving my luggage to the concierge after my check-out while I was having my last tour of Paris. When I came back...More
Im astounded to read that some of the people who have stayed here have talked about this hotel as if its acceptable.
I could be described by my friends as being a bit shabby sheek and a bit messy. Ive travelled the world, sleeping outside...More
We booked the Roi Rene through an agency in Dublin 2 months before we were due to stay there. We arrived at 11.15 pm on a thursday night and were told our rooms were flooded (although they pointed to a ceiling that was obviously discoloured...More
Very basic hotel but very close to shops and restaurants. We were put in a room facing the main street and it was very noisy at night, especially from the church, the bells was ringing most of the morning. The shower was not very good...More
Response from Saskin079 | Reviewed this property |
Hello Jenny, we stayed here in July and had 3 separate rooms. At that time there were none of the items that you are asking about in any of the rooms our group stayed in. The rooms have been modernised and updated but don't... More
Hello Jenny, we stayed here in July and had 3 separate rooms. At that time there were none of the items that you are asking about in any of the rooms our group stayed in. The rooms have been modernised and updated but don't have much besides a bed and the bath/shower room. Hope this helps! Alex