Situated in the 10th arrondissement, this two-star Paris hotel is conveniently located right next to Chateau d’Eau station. Walk south to encounter a range of Paris’ best museums and galleries.
The double/twin rooms come with a double bed or 2 separate beds and can accommodate 2 people.
The hostel has comfortable rooms, which all feature an en suite bathroom with a bathtub or a shower and a hairdryer.
Each room is fully equipped with convenient room facilities including a direct dial telephone and satellite/cable TV.
Facilities on offer to guests include a lobby area with a 24-hour reception and check-out service, a hotel safe, lift access and a TV lounge.
The hotel's 41 spacious rooms are carefully arranged for your comfort. These functional, spacious rooms help you relax between sightseeing excursions or meetings. Each room is equipped with a bathroom with bathtub or shower, a television and a telephone
In order to reach the destination by car from Charles de Gaulle Airport, you need to follow these instructions.
1) Head west
2) Merge onto A1 via the ramp to Saint-Denis/Cergy/Pontoise/Paris-Centre
3) Take the exit toward Paris-Centre
4) Merge onto Avenue de la Porte de la Chapelle
5) Continue onto Rue de la Chapelle
6) Turn right at Rue Ordener
7) Turn left at Boulevard Barbès
8) Continue onto Boulevard de Magenta
9) Continue onto Place de Roubaix
10) Continue onto Boulevard de Magenta
11) Slight right to stay on Boulevard de Magenta
12) Take the 3rd right onto Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis
13) Turn left at Rue du Château d'Eau and continue until you reach the destination.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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We could not stay at this hotel even though we were booked, as when we arrived they had over booked. We arrived two hours before I had estimated to find a man also waiting in the lobby. After much ringing around the man behind reception gave the room to the man in front of us. Looking at his printed information it looked as though he booked after us. Unfortunately we don't speak French so we have no idea why he would give the room to him over two females, one a teenager. It was dark outside and a very lively neighbourhood but it didn't feel very friendly and I explained to the man behind the desk we would be camping on the lobby floor as we had nowhere to go. He rang around to other hotels all seemed to be booked. Finally he found a place up the street but this hotel was very dark, no lift and noisy all night. It was a very stressful evening and even though we were told to return to the other hotel for the following two nights we had booked for I didn't feel inclined to do so. We had paid a deposit over the Internet as instructed and received confirmation but they had no printed copy at reception when we got there and didn't seem to have computer access. The only thing I can say is the hotel is conveniently located right next to Chateau d'Eau station.
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Pros: The room was clean and spacious. Nice windows. The front desk staff was very nice and accomodating. They let us check in a few hours early and leave our bags in a room at the end of our stay until we left the city later that night. The hotel is literally footsteps away from a convenient metro station. Decent value for what we paid for.
Cons: The neighborhood seemed a little unsafe and was pretty loud at night. The room and bathroom was very minimalistic. The stairs and elevator needed a little sprucing/cleaning up.
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