A district worth discovering
A district worth discovering
Despite being in a residential area of Paris, this hotel benefits from a rather convenient location. Business travellers are close to the Palais des Congrès and numerous companies. Tourists will enjoy easy access to the Champs Elysées, the Grands Magasins and even Montmartre. The neighbourhood also includes some good restaurants and even a weekly organic market. The metro station is not that close but there are several bus and train stations in the vicinity.
The hotel has 26 rooms that have all been recently renovated. The decor is modern and simple. It makes abundant use of dark wood for the bed heads and the desks, the walls are light-coloured and the hotel's logo adorns the walls near the beds, in the style of the family crest, which adds a personal touch to the rooms. Amenities include a fan, a safe and a hair-dryer (but no mini-bar). The bathrooms are quite clean and quite pretty.
This hotel caters for families and has a dynamic team that will give you a pleasant welcome. The hotel's general quality is seen in the number of regular guests! There is a vending machine for drinks and snacks located near the reception desk. The hotel does not have a lift. The breakfast room is a pretty vaulted room with visible stone work, a typical feature of the cellars of old Parisian buildings. There is free Wi-Fi internet throughout the hotel.
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A unique hotel in Paris.
Guaranteed quality service.
A charmless and nondescript establishment.
This hotel offers the best value for money in the area, making it impossible to ignore!
A basic hotel in a residential area pleasant to explore and ideally located for families who do not necessarily wish to stay in the centre of Paris.
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