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Family operated, well situated, very hospitable and helpful!! Really enjoyed my time at the hotel. Wifi was good in the reception and ok in the room. It got me what I needed.
I stayed in the 1 Pax room, 6th floor and without A/C in...More
Found this hotel quite by accident after a nightmare experience in an Airbnb we had to leave on short notice. We could not have found a better place! We were in Paris for a long (2 month) stay and so a comfortable quiet place was...More
Your just outside main Paris away from all the busy streets! Just by a metro only a few stops to centre so perfect location! Hotel was very clean! We didn't have food here so can't comment on that but all in all we had a...More
forget about what they say about french people not liking to speak to you in english.
That was 10 years ago, this is a new generation working now and they all speak english no problem. We are from Argentina but know no french, so we...More
A quiet, unpretentious, hotel, very well-situated for walks through Père Lachaise cemetery, walks into central Paris, transport (métro, buses, motorway), restaurants.
The rooms are ok and requests for a quiet room (sometimes essential in Paris) are easily accommodated, although perhaps on a higher floor and...More
At the eastern edge of Paris lies Belleville / Père Lachaise, an understated wonderland of local treasures. Alongside the world-famous cemetery, family-owned delicatessens and cafés nestle between local stores and establishments. The richness of the population here has created a little Chinatown of Asian restaurants, and the area comes to life at night by a funky underground scene. Façades change from one
street to another as one passes from white walled provincial homes to tall blocks and reconverted homes. The whole area is an inspirational mix of people from all corners of the world frequented by artists, students, immigrants, and Parisian families. Once home to supporters of the Paris commune, its rebellious nature is now offset by its rural charms.