Ratings based on 8 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.1 Room cleanliness
3.0 Service & staff
2.6 Room comfort
2.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Tourist from Manchester UK
Most disappointingPosted Oct 19, 2013
Pros: Convenient location
Cons: Attitude of some staff
Location: All attractions can be walked to, albeit some distance. Metro close by.
The hotel is well located and all city attractions are easily accessible. It is, however, very noisy until the early hours given its close proximity to a local bar. The hotel website, (nor other photographs) does not create an accurate of the accommodation which is generally run down. Our room was booked as a double but a cramped triple allocated, the extra bed was no use. The Corona presents as a comfortable mid price hotel. There will be better for the price.
for Familiesby Sue from North Wales
comfortable hotel, appropriate for a city break.Posted Aug 26, 2013
Pros: Comfortable beds. Good powerful shower.
The Hotel staff were very friendly and helpful, gave us a map of Paris and told us where the metro stations were close to the hotel. The breakfast was fine, (continental) good coffee. The room was clean and comfortable, with daily maid service. Overall the hotel is a little tired around the edges but for an economic city break it is ideal.
for Everyoneby Freddy from Houston, TX, USA
Good locationPosted Jul 28, 2013
Pros: The AC for the summer in Europe.
Cons: It is good for the price. I think it is ok.
Location: Walking distance to Monmartre, Lafayette, Pompiduo centre and museums.
It is a nice hotel, good breakfast. It is located at a walking distance to Montmartre, Gallerias Lafayette, and both the Louvre and Orsay museums. It is a walking distance from the Gares du Nord and de L'est. Very important in Paris, it has AC.
for Everyoneby Todd from Austin, TX
Very disappointing hotel in the 9th Arr.Posted Jul 26, 2013
Pros: Good location - bad hotel.
Cons: Hotel management and staff, hotel facilities and conditions, room cleanliness, and comfort. Overall, this is a 1-star hotel with private bathrooms.
Location: Go stay at the Hotel Châteaudun Opéra which is very close by. It is less expensive, much nicer, and has a much better view.
This hotel is nowhere near being a 3-star hotel - it's a 2-star hotel at best and even then only because it has private bathrooms. Otherwise, it should only be rated as a 1-star. The picture of the room posted on Expedia and its own website must be a model room or showroom - it's nothing like an actual room. My room was so small I could not open either the bathroom door or the front door if my rolling duffle bag was on the floor. The elevator did not work more than half of the time. There was no available electrical outlet on any of the walls or at the tiny desk, so I had to climb on the desk chair and lean over the wardrobe to unplug the television in order to recharge my phone or plug in my computer. The television was no larger than a 20-inch flat-screen mounted high on the wall above the wardrobe. The "free" wi-fi comes at the expense of registering for promotional material and watching a video before every log-on session. Even then the user ID and password for wi-fi was only good for 12 hours - after 12 hours, you have to walk back downstairs (because the elevator probably is not working) and get a new user ID and password. It was extraordinarily loud with other guests being heard walking up and down the hallway. The cleaning staff was observed walking around barefooted and, when the elevator was working, would often disable it for their own use. Other guests were smoking in their rooms and the smell would waft into my room - the management would do nothing about it.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Stay at corona rodierPosted Jul 23, 2013
Overall cleanliness is ok, surrounding is ok. Just 10 minutes walk to la fayette. Charging/ payment system very bad. I've been charged on the day of arrival ( not pre aithorization on credit card) in full amount for the whole stay. The staff ask me to pay again in full, and he cant confirm I've been charged by another staff during arrival. In all, the hotel is ok. I would recommend others to staty at This hotel. Just the management need to improve The payment/ charging and billing system.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from uk
Posted Jul 17, 2013 on Hotels.com
not satisfy at all the room is not nice the A/c IS not working and am not satisfy with the breakfast we ask for bread and we were told they don't have bread. The lady serving the breakfast is rude and disrespectful.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Nice hotel but A/C brokenPosted Jun 30, 2013
Room was great, clean and comfortable. Decent location, near Cadet metro stop. Only makor problem during our stay was the air conditioning was broken, making the nights uncomfortably hot in summer!! Did not get fixed during the four weekdays we were there, perhaps not the hotel's fault but definitely affected our experience.
Not Recommendedby A verified traveler from melbourne, australia
Here we go againPosted Sep 12, 2011 on Hotels.com
As an "older" female travelling alone I always find I have been allocated top floor - in this case a small room with open window and large scaffolding beside window offering access to the room and the chance of early morning noise. I requested to be moved and was given another room where the aircon did not come on; the manager was very annoyed by then and told me it was my fault and I had to wait 5 minutes - when he came up the settings had obviously been altered and he reset it and it came on. Staff were indifferent to the point of rudeness; on the last day I told the "cleaner" I was going out at 10 as she was waiting to do my room; when I returned at 4.30 only the bed had been made, no bin emptied or towels changed. She arrived at 5 pm to do this and as I was leaving the next day told her not to vacuum then Dirty sheets from my room and all others were left littered on floor in hallway overnight - guests had to clamber over them to get out. There was also no light in hallway and you had to crawl along to a switch down the hall to see your room number; room numbers were marked by a small piece of paper stuck on the door handle with a number written on it; I suspect the hotel may have been taken over by another group as a friend stayed in it 3 years ago and was very supportive of room and service. On the upside, if there was one, the 10 euro breakfast was quite good value with cereal/dried fruit/bread/croissants/tea/coffee/yoghurt and you could fill up to take you through most of the day.