A hotel with a sparkling personality and a superb roof-top terrace
A hotel with a sparkling personality and a superb roof-top terrace
Crackle and pop in the heart of the true 12th arrondissement district of Paris, around the reputed market of Aligre. The 12th arrondissement has many public transport lines (bus and metro) that will take you around Paris. It's a lively but residential area with numerous cheap restaurants, close to the trendier bars of the Bastille. You will also find many training centres in the area. This is bound to be a pleasant surprise!
The decoration of the guestrooms is more disparate: you will find modern features such as white plastic armchairs next to some nice old paintings of Indian and Asian inspiration and pretty wooden vintage bedside cabinets. The amenities are comprehensive: a safe, individual air-conditioning, a hairdryer, a separate toilet and a flat screen television. Do request a room on the fourth floor: they all have a terrace.
The hotel did have an air of the 1970's but it has just been renovated with modern and flashy decoration, with large white leather sofas and a multi-colour breakfast room. In warm weather, you can make the most of the stylish 200m² roof-top terrace to have your breakfast, a drink or simply sunbathe. The hotel has parking spaces available for a fee. WiFi internet access is free of charge and a laptop is at the guests' disposal from the reception.
massage, Turkish bath, spa
Très bon hotel ! rapport qualité prix
pret de paris, belle vu
bruyant, sinon superbe hotel
A rather traditional-looking hotel but one that boasts a few original touches, such as a couple of guest rooms with a lounge area and a beautiful breakfast room located in a vaulted cellar.
A simple hotel with very well-equipped rooms.
An efficient hotel offering a pleasant service
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A functional hotel in a good location near the lively parts of the capital, such as Bastille and République.
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An 'all-rounder' hotel
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