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Location is quite good! - you can see it at right hand when you come out from the main entrance of Gare du Nord. Bed linen is real old and the curtains as well! Windows need to be closed at night - facing the street and too noisy! No air-conditioner - too hot in July in Paris. The room is some kind ...
This is similar to many US motels with adequate space and cleanliness. Short transit to and from park with buses at about 15 minute intervals until 1 o'clock in the morning. Good continental buffet breakfast.
Hotel is easy to access from the train station only 5-10mins walk,the staffs a friendly and welcoming,the breakfast is not the best ever,so better get few things from the grocery shop if you don't want to waste 10euros on breakfast.
Close to the airport if you have an early flight. Bonus airport shuttle. Basic and clean hotel and you can't beat the price!
You get what you pay for. For $30/night don't expect too much. The outlets in the rooms don't work. There were not enough towels or sheets. The staff is unhelpful. The convenience was how close it was to the airport. If we didn't have an early morning flight I definitely would not stay there.
Would recommend. Staff really friendly, great room-nicely decorated to fit the overall theme. Would just recommend that pre-booking at the on-site restaurant is required. Easy 10-15 minute walk in to the park.
Ok the hotel and staff are great. We stayed 5 nights. My only problem was no tea/coffee making facilities in the room and only 1 pillow each. Other than that it was fine and we probably could of resolved the pillow issue had we asked but we were so busy with the parks it just skipped my mind. We ...
I found these two issues : 1- I could not find any tools to control the air-conditioner. It was on all the time and made the room a bit chilly . 2- There was no mat(s) outside the bath room. Once I slipped and it was so hard and serious that could have ended up to severe injury or even death.
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