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Great, budget hotel, offered continental breakfast. Good location. Clean rooms. Friendly staff. And even provided accommodation for our car. Came to spent New Year Eve in Paris. Near bus, metro and train station.
A basic hotel but clean and tidy and a great location just a stones throw from the station. No kettle in the room but we were offered one with a small deposit. Hotel staff spoke English and were able to provide tourist information.
Room was a bit worn down but was comfortable and clean with AC, private bathroom and elevator. Lots of cafés and restaurants in the area, close to Metro, Eurostar. Friendly staff, I don´t speak a word of French but got by. Good value for money,...More
Richmond hotel location is perfect if you come in Gare Du Nord station just opposite the station 2-3 minute walk to the hotel
Room was Clean but the bed is to soft and little bit dark ,bath Room is new a Clean
Air condition work...More
The staff spoke english. The elevator only fits 4 people. The hallway to the room very dark. The room outdated, but ok to sleep. Bathroom very modern and clean. We had room 32 with a balcony and view over Gare du Nord. We had breakfast...More
US$74 - US$222 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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