A welcoming and efficiently run hotel.
A welcoming and efficiently run hotel.
This part of the 8th arrondissement is rather less touristy and more residential than other parts of the city, but certainly no less enjoyable. The hotel is located close to the Place Clichy and the Gare Saint Lazare, meaning that it offers very good public transport links and there are various department stores in the vicinity. This district is bubbling with Parisian life, from craftsmen making stringed instruments in their shop windows to regional farmers selling their produce at the Batignolles organic market....this part of the city really is full of surprises!
The decor of the 35 guest rooms is somewhat ordinary but nevertheless welcoming, featuring shades of brown, pink, beige and burgundy and an Art Deco-inspired desk and headboard. The shower rooms are rather pretty, with their elaborate floral-design windows and metal towel rails, and the bedrooms themselves are rather spacious for a hotel of this kind. Other amenities include a mini-refrigerator and a fan.
The decor seems rather tasteful for a 2-star hotel and a clear effort has been made in this department. Guests will also appreciate the warm welcome they receive, which really makes you feel at home here. The lobby consists of a small lounge area, whilst breakfast is served in a pretty room with a vaulted stone ceiling on the basement floor. It is worth remembering that there is no bar and no air-conditioning at the hotel (though fans are provided in the guest rooms).
Pour notre part cet hôtel était très bien. L'accueil s'est fait dès notre arrivée sans soucis. La chambre était un peu petite mais suffisante pour un couple. La chambre ainsi que la salle d'eau étaient propres. L'esthétique de la chambre était basique mais chaleureux et soigné. L'hôtel était très calme en lui même et bien que notre fenêtre donne sur la rue nous n'avons pas été gênés car c'est une rue calme. L'hôtel est proche des bus et du métro, on a facilement accès aux lieux touristiques.
Placement, rapport qualité/prix, calme.
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