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This run-down Hotel!!!!! is located in a bad neighborhood which is full of mules, addicts, drunk people and criminals. It is close to Metro Station but it isn't worth it.
There is no reception area as u expect it, no breakfast area. you have to...More
Never again. Photos says it all. Only good thing was it was relatively handy for the train station. Final nail was the cost €170 for the night. Spent all evening in the cafes around the area as we didn't want to go back. Chairs in...More
I booked this hotel for 4 person (family) through budgetplace and I got confirm reservation mail from Budgetplace and also i had called hotel reception for confimration and they said they have my reservation infomration but when i reached the hotel in morning with...More
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Myself and two friends stayed here for a night whilst traveling through France. I didn't book the hotel, and when I saw the reviews, I was expecting the worst! We thought we would take the chance and didn't rebook. The hotel was easy enough to...More
This hotel is APPALLING!! I came to stay with my baby to be close to the Gare du Nord as our Eurostar train was early the morning after and it was SO BAD that I had to leave the hotel and find another one as...More
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