This hotel is really original.
This hotel is really original.
Des Batignolles - © EASYVOYAGE
Des Batignolles - © EASYVOYAGE
This 2-star hotel is located in the heart of the Batignolles district, which is ideal for discovering the genuine Paris. At the foot of the Montmartre hill, you will be able to visit the Sacré-Coeur church, spend an evening at the Moulin Rouge or buy stuff from the reputed organic market. The district is full of little bars with a good atmosphere as well as quality restaurants and an exciting nightlife. The Champs Elysées and the large department stores are quickly accessible by underground train.
The guestrooms are rather spacious and very quiet as very few actually look out to the street. Amenities are basic: hairdryers are to be borrowed from the reception and there are no minibars and no air-conditioning (fans are available in the summer). The decoration is too simple in the guestrooms, which do lack personality as they are merely equipped with a bed, a desk and one or two frames on the wall. If you like minimal decor: this is the place for you! The rooms and bathrooms are very clean.
This hotel's architecture is quite unusual, as it used to be an all-girls boarding school - you can still feel the convent ambience in the hotel because of the long and silent corridors, the white walls and the bar where hot and soft drinks are served. The staff however will greet you with a smile and treat you with personal service: many regular customers come back to this hotel. It has a patio planted with flowers, where you can have your breakfast in the summer. Wireless Internet access is free of charge here.
spa, Turkish bath
Avis pas forcément positif, très vieillot, mais calme par rapport à la rue
TV qui marche Emplacement parfait par rapport aux Batignolles
Très vieillot (couloir + chambres) Propreté de la sdb suspecte Mauvaise isolation avec les chambres voisines et le couloir
Hôtel avec un certain charme, service fonctionnel.
hôtel situé dans un quartier fort sympathique.
La douche n'était apparemment pas nettoyé tout les jours ainsi que les wcs. Dommage
Simplicity and efficiency!
A well-reputed local establishment.
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