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I stayed for 3 nights in the Sibour Hotel in mid-December this year as part of a student group, and all of us found the hotel disappointing. After navigating our way up the Catacomb-like spiral staircase and through the unlit corridors, we opened the door...More
From reading the reviews I expected a smallish, not super updated hotel. Well, the pros: very, very nice hotel staff and super close to the train station. Cons: everything is just shabby and/or super old, noisy due to the church being next door that rings...More
Excellent Hotel (best location, best staff and services). Very Friendly Staff Mr. Ali and Mr. Murad. The Triple room we got was very clean and organised. They supplied us with several big towels. The beds as well as the bathroom and the room as a...More
I took a group of students to Paris and this hotel was just right for them. The rooms were clean, and were ready for us despite our early arrival at 11 in the morning. Bathrooms were very different in each room, some being tiny shower...More
This hotel was awful. The rooms were in bad condition and smelled of mold. The rooms were noisy. Bed sheets were dirty and I got a rash of them. The service was unfriendly and the breakfast was very poor.
US$75 - US$144 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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