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All reviewsst paulgreat locationnarrow staircaserooms are smalllower floorle maraiswet roomnotre damesurrounded by restaurantsmetro stationcroissantsfirst floorjust round the cornerroom sizequaint hotelyour luggagecomfy bed
I stayed here for one week. I will be back. The cleanliness, location and price are good. The desk clerks speak English and are reasonably helpful. They upgraded me from a tiny 6th floor single to a double room without my having to ask. The...More
We stayed at the Pratic hotel during a weekend city break in Paris.
Really lovely, quaint hotel. It was clean, quiet, had nice decor, and staff were very friendly and helpful. Breakfast included with a selection of good pastries/breads.
Hotel location is perfect, just round...More
OK, lets start with the two most negativ point: the hotel has NO lift, so if you have any knee problems, beware not getting a room on the 6th floor... and the room is very tiny!
I am not tall, and my feet almost touch...More
I read a negative review and had to counter. Yes the rooms are tiny and there are a lot of steps to get in which is typical of a Parisian hotel. But this hotel is prime location near metro, very quiet, lovely little petit dejuener,...More
Does what it says on the box. Yes it is small and the stairs to the third floor is hard work but it is excellent location. Quiet but near everything. Although bland it was clean and staff were pleasant. Would return.
The Marais is a winding maze of multi-faceted streets that beg to be explored. It bursts with small boutiques, historic buildings, cozy traditional restaurants, and hidden parks. Around each corner, you'll come across little gems of architecture spanning the centuries, from understated medieval towers to classical libraries and 17th century splendour. This neighbourhood unites a rich mix of
people of all ages, but it's best known for the gay scene mostly in the south and the Jewish community around Rue des Rosiers.
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Airport to Gare du Nord. Then you can take metro to Les Halles and change onto yellow line one going to Chateau de Vincennes but get off at St Paul. From this metro station it is only a 2 min walk. The metro trains all seem... More
Airport to Gare du Nord. Then you can take metro to Les Halles and change onto yellow line one going to Chateau de Vincennes but get off at St Paul. From this metro station it is only a 2 min walk. The metro trains all seem to tell what the last stop is so you need to know this in order to go the correct direction.
No elevator and steep staircase. We were on the the third floor overlooking the square. No aircon either but we were there late October so it was quite pleasant. We loved our stay (10 nights) and would stay there again.