Ratings based on 34 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Good location.Posted Jul 20, 2014
Pros: Very good location for walking to just about anything that you'd want to see while in Paris. Loved the fact that they had AC in the room.
Location: So many nice cafes close by and not a bad walk down to The Louvre.
Booked a single room here after my first hotel in Paris turned out to be a dump and the wrong side of town. I was very pleased once I got to the Cyrnos and saw how nice it was. Yes the room was small but so are most rooms in Europe that I stayed in, and after all I was only sleeping there.
for Everyoneby M from Edinburgh, Scotland
Good location, left a bit to be desired.Posted Jun 17, 2014
Pros: Friendly staff, location, accommodating service.
Cons: Cleanliness of the bathroom.
Location: Near the Louvre, near to Bourse Metro Station, restaurants 10 mins walking distance.
My partner and I visited Paris for a long weekend (Friday-Monday) June 2014. As you know, Paris gets very busy this time of year, so we were pleasantly surprised when we discovered there were rooms left that were not at an astronomical price. We arrived in quite a state (travel journey was an absolute horror), but the staff were friendly and accommodating. Unfortunately, the elevator was broken (we had to find out the hard way...) so we had to carry our bags up 5 floors to get to our room. The room itself was smaller than expected, but nothing less than what we needed for our weekend there. Bathroom was quite clean, however there was some black mold along the ceiling and the faucets had some grime, nothing too terrible, but present all the same. The hotel is located in a popular area, 15-20 mins walking distance from the Louvre, however, much to our dismay, there weren't really any local boulangeries/patisseries nearby (quite unlike other areas we've stayed in during past trips), so finding an authentic and affordable breakfast each morning was quite a struggle. The noise at night was quite difficult to tolerate as well - drunkards walking the streets in the wee hours of the morning would wake us up around 5 a.m. Ultimately, it was a pleasant enough stay, with friendly staff. Unfortunately, based on the look of the lobby/photos on the website, we were expecting more. Would recommend for its location and service.
for Everyoneby ell from london
Nice hotel good location for easy transportPosted Jun 9, 2014
Really friendly staff, excellent treatment and brilliant location to get around the city.
for Everyoneby Abby from Kansas City, MO
Good Location-Great StaffPosted Jun 1, 2014
Pros: Location, Staf
Cons: Nothing it was fabulous
Location: Walking distance to the Louvre, Notre Dame, Museums, Opera Districts, shopping, tons of restaurants and cafes.
The actual hotel room was very, very tiny. The smallest room I have ever been in. But it did it's job. It was clean, had fresh towels and sheets every day. In fact it had really large towels. All of the staff were very helpful and spoke wonderful English. The hotel was in a great location. Just a block away from the opera districts, it was close to lots of restaurants, shopping, and metro stations. It was also a very short walk to the Louvre and the Seine. We stayed for 7 nights at this hotel and it was wonderful. I would definitely go back to this hotel if I ever make it to Paris again. They had a nice breakfast every day ,that we didn't eat, but the coffee was only 2 euros.
for Everyoneby Mrs Brown
Paris adventure.Posted May 16, 2014
Small room but as you'd expect in Paris. Clean, very comfy bed and lovely bathroom. A good location near to a lot of the tourist sights.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby George from US
Close to night lifePosted Apr 17, 2014 on Hotels.com
Hotel is close to night life and within easy walking distance to Grands Boulevards or Les Halles areas. Room was small but clean. Staff was very friendly. Would definitely consider staying here again
for Everyoneby Julia from Gloucestershire
Good, well located hotel for sight-seeing in ParisPosted Apr 15, 2014
Pros: The pleasant staff and the room which enabled us to be together but with a degree of privacy. The bathroom was large with a jacuzzi type bath.
Cons: The a/c could be sorted and a few more tea-bags wouldn't go amiss (though more were supplied readily enough upon request). Wi-fi was weak in the room
Location: Very close to Bourse underground. The area was lively with plenty of eateries nearby. We walked to the Louvre and the river in about 20 mins.
We had a three night stay with our two teenage daughters during their Easter holiday. We had a suite which consisted of a large, dividable room and ensuite bathroom. The room was very clean with a decent-sized tv though no English channels seemed available which wasn't a problem for us as we were out and about most of the time any way. At night the room seemed very hot (I'd have really struggled on a hot night) and opening the large windows meant too much street noise. Efforts to get the a/c working were unfruitful though in fairness, we didn't consult staff about this who may have been able to sort it for us. We only had the hotel breakfast once at 11 euros each. It was fine and plentiful. Breakfast area small so there could have been difficulties if all the guests had decided to breakfast at the same time. There was a small bar available and a internet-linked PC in reception for guests. The staff seemed friendly but unobtrusive and had reasonable English which was helpful. The girls couldn't seem to get wi-fi unless actually down in the reception area. The hotel was quiet despite its bustling surroundings and all went pretty smoothly for the duration of our stay. I would recommend the hotel to others and would be happy to use it again.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Great locationPosted Apr 6, 2014 on Hotels.com
Great location, right in middle of Paris. Hotel room was small but clean. Two small issues; 1. They put our luggage in the wrong room. 2. They double charged us, once when I initially booked and once on the morning of checkout. However, both issues were resolved quickly.
for Couplesby Jane from London
Convenient but smallPosted Jan 23, 2014 on Hotels.com
The hotel is conveniently located near enough to Gare du Nord to be walkable, but far enough to be outside of the area immediately surrounding it. It's fairly central for walking to most places and well connected. The rooms are tiny, with really only enough room for a bed, so it's somewhere you really would only want to sleep, rather than spend any real time. Our room had a proportionately small bathroom too but with the added bonus of a multi function shower, with different jets everywhere (if you like that sort of thing....). It seemed slightly incongruous in such an otherwise small and basic room!
for Couplesby StephenJD from London
Typical Paris hotelPosted Jan 6, 2014 on Hotels.com
Everything I would expect of a Paris hotel room. Yes, it was small, but big enough for the 2 of us. We were only sleeping there so a bigger room would be a waste. Yes, the lift was small and slow, but gets there in the end. If you are only travelling for a few days you wont have that much luggage, and if speed is an issue, the stairs are right next door so feel free to take them (and work off some of the French food and drink you have consumed). Bed- and bathroom were cleaned every day, towels replaced if we wanted them to be, and complimentary toiletries replaced as well. Hotel was easy to find just a couple of hundred yards from the Grande Boulevard metro, and well situated close to the Opera.