A reasonably well decorated and relatively clean hotel. Renovation work was planned for the winter of 2010-2011 for the bathrooms and the lobby, among other things.
If you wish to discover the authentic Parisian lifestyle, this is where you need to be. This lively residential district has retained its popular soul, and there are lots of little restaurants to be found here. The Butte Montmartre is very close, so you will be able to visit the Sacré Coeur church and stroll around the little surrounding streets. Local public transport is very convenient, with the metro (Brochant, line 13) and buses taking you directly to the centre of Paris.
The hotel belongs to the same proprietor as the 121 hotel, located nearby.
This is a very simple hotel, which is lacking slightly in personality in terms of its decor, stuck as it is in the 1990s. There is a small lounge to the right of the entrance, a long corridor that leads to the reception, and a well lit lobby area. At the end there is a small indoor terrace located between the two buildings of the hotel. A stone-wall breakfast room is found in the basement, which is a typical Parisian feature! The hotel also has a web corner which can be used for free, but Wifi has not yet been installed. There is no bar in the hotel, and there are no vending machines, but there are numerous shops in the neighbourhood.
The interior decor here was done in a 90s style, and is the same in all 66 rooms of the hotel. The rooms are available in the single, twin, and triple categories. All the necessary amenities are present: individual air conditioning, safe, luggage rack, and flat screen TVs currently being installed. The bathrooms include a hair-dryer, and a shower or a bathtub, depending on the layout of the room. Luckily, the rooms are reasonably sized (ranging from 15 to 18m²) and clean.
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