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I went to this hotel with my family; there were 16 of us including very small children and our experience was appalling! Rooms were dirty, there were people very visibly abusing drugs and we saw women being paid outside of rooms (most likely for prostitution)....More
When Air France stranded me in Paris for a night, I quickly and unexpectedly had to find a hotel. Since all of Paris was booked for the summer, I was glad to find a room at the Eurohotel Nord. However, it turned out to be...More
Three things I look for in a hotel cleanliness,breakfast ,friendly staff, all these were meet.The metro station line13 is only about 5 mins walk away .WiFi not working in rooms , work fine only in lobby. If you want luxury you have to pay for...More
Myself, my husband, father-in-law and 5 year old daughter booked this hotel last minute due to being offered tickets for the six nations rugby match between France and England.
This is not a hotel, I would have booked if I’d had any other option. However...More
We had a corner room which was spacious clean and comfortable. The towels were changed daily. The reception staff were lively, pleasant and helpful. Breakfast featured a wider variety of items at the buffet than usual in this type of hotel. The suburban tram system...More
From the Charles de Gaulle airport it is about 20km to the Euro hotel it will take about 25 min. by taxi if the traffic is not to bad. It should cost about 40 euros, but be careful and make sure you use a taxi with a clock... More
From the Charles de Gaulle airport it is about 20km to the Euro hotel it will take about 25 min. by taxi if the traffic is not to bad. It should cost about 40 euros, but be careful and make sure you use a taxi with a clock in it. A private taxi without a clock will cost you a lot more especially if you are a tourist.