A fresh and comfortable 2 star hotel close to Place Cambronne.
A fresh and comfortable 2 star hotel close to Place Cambronne.
The street where the hotel is located, rue de la Croix-Nivert, is not very lively. However, it does benefit from its proximity to Place Cambronne and its numerous shops, bars, and restaurants. This crossroad with boulevard de Grenelle also features a public square and Les Invalides and the Eiffel Tower are just a few metro stops away.
Entirely redecorated in mostly red, the guest rooms are comfortable and the bathrooms, with a bathtub, are spacious. If you'd prefer a quieter room, choose one that overlooks the interior courtyard, as the double-glazed windows on the road-side aren't exactly efficient. A 26 inch flat screen gives you the option between 20 or so channels. For your comfort in summer, keep in mind that there is no air-conditioning here.
The hotel has recently been entirely renovated, from the entrance right up to the top floor. The result is a real treat for the eyes; a beautiful red carpet guides you through the well lit floors. The lounge is spacious and full of flowers. A luggage room and a bathroom suitable for disabled guests have been installed next to reception. The welcome is friendly and efficient, with much attention paid to individual needs.
hotel tres agreable situe dans un arrondissement calme de paris
La situation proche de 2 stations de métro, la proximité de la rue du commerce, la disponibilité et l'amabilité du personnel.
L'isolation acoustique entre les chambres est très faible.
Tres bon hotel. Personnel très accueillant et serviable, n'hesitant pas à nous renseignant sur les lieux à ne pas manquer, les itinéraires .
Chambres très jolies. Prix abordable. A 400 mètres environ de la Tour Eiffel. Metro à proximité. très propre!
Petit déjeuné servi trop tôt le matin pour les touristes qui aimerait faire la grasse matinées âpres leur journées éprouvantes ..
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