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My family and I stayed at Terminus Orleans over Easter break for our first trip to Paris. The location is conveniently located next to the subway with a variety of places to eat within walking distance. The neighborhood is clean and we felt safe walking night and day. The hotel is well staffed with ...
Clean, new, close to the metro, gentle staff, good area. Only advice for the hotel, the door and the windows weren't soundproofing and we could hear clearly every one walking outside the room. Fortunately outside the room there was a private court with no access by cars so it was a little issue. ...
The staff upon arrival was really friendly. The room was small and the shower was tiny, but the bed was pretty big and comfortable. We didn't stay in the room much, but for the price and location, this hotel is highly recommended.
La Maison Montparnasse has very friendly and helpful staff - especially Ana. The hotel is located in an area close to the Metro and good restaurants. The breakfasts are delicious as well!
We had a clean, comfortable en-suite room with free WIFI, in this small hotel half way between Gare du Nord train station (Eurostar) and the Louvre. We walked to the Louvre through in 15 minutes, the station in 10 and Sacre Couer in 15. We didn't bother buying breakfast there but walked round the ...
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