A perfectly decent establishment.
A perfectly decent establishment.
Cronstadt - © EASYVOYAGE
Cronstadt - © EASYVOYAGE
The hotel is located in a small and quiet street, surrounded by shops, at a short distance from Paris' Jewish district with its grocery stores and restaurants. A ten minute stroll will take you to the shopping Mecca of Paris, the district with the Grands Magasins (large department stores). The Garnier Opera is a little further on. The hotel stands at the foot of the hill that takes you to Butte Montmartre and its adjoining Pigalle district with all its seedy night-life. The closest metro station is Cadet.
The establishment's 42 rooms come in two categories: Standard and Superior, the latter being the one we stayed in. The room is spacious enough to include a table and two chairs at the end of the bed. The visible wooden beams add a lot of class. Through the window you can admire the rooftops of Paris. As for the amenities, the rooms include free wireless Internet access and the bathrooms have showers. The establishment offers good value for money.
This beautiful building was taken over in the last century by Russian exiles who had left the island of Cronstadt, off the coast of St Petersburg, when the army chased them away during the second world war. It's been a long time since Russian was spoken at the reception desk but guests are still welcomed with the same warmth. The entrance hall is spacious, slightly empty, but boasts an elegant interior. The breakfast room is located at the rear of the building and looks out onto the street, which is sufficiently large to avoid rush hour traffic jams. There is a public car park near by.
Un mauvais souvenir... Hors mis le hall d'entrée, tout est à refaire !
Le personnel plutôt sympathique
tout : Qualité et propreté des chambres et des sanitaires exigus, bruit environant, ascenseur d'un autre âge disfonctionnant,pas de parking.
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