Ratings based on 17 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
3.9 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby David from Las Vegas
Located along a canal? in ParisPosted Aug 20, 2013
Pros: New location in Paris, especially the market near Bastille square.
Cons: The elevator was broken , so walking up 4 long flights was alot, but the gentleman at the desk was very helpful.
Location: Bastille Metro is a 5 minute walk along the canal. Very convenient.
Suitable hotel in a new area for us. Make sure you take the most direct route from the Gare de Lyon or it can triple your walk, which can hurt if you are lugging bags. The direct route is only about 10 mins from the front of the station.
for Getaway With Friendsby Andrei from London
Lovely hotel in great locationPosted Aug 19, 2013 on Hotels.com
A wonderful hotel with 24h reception, very friendly and welcoming staff and a great service. I've stayed for 3 nights and was very pleased with the hotel room - everything was as per description with sat tv and very good wifi, while the location was perfect for getting into the center with ease - Bastille has very good metro links with a direct line to Gare Du Nord and another one which goes right across the city up until La Defense. The area around was very nice too with yachts in the canal Saint-Martin and many nice cafes and shops at around Saint Paul station just 8-10mins away. Would definetely recommend this hotel for the price, service and a great location.
for Personal Eventby Edward
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for Couplesby Mark K. from Paris
Avoid 6th floor if your 6 feet or tallerPosted Jul 20, 2013 on Hotels.com
Most of the reviews I read for this hotel were spot on. However, no one said anything about the rooms on the 6th floor. I'm a male, 6 foot 5 inches tall (2 meters in European parlance). Our room, 601, had angled ceilings. Why? Because I'm 100 percent certain this was the attic at one time. I can live with the small rooms, because it's Paris, however, when the walls angle in you loose even more precious space. Now to the bathroom, forget about it if your male and over 5 foot tall, for #2 you'll will have to learn to sit sideways, which is a very odd experience. For #1 you must be extremely nimble, if you can do the Limbo then you might be okay, but then you'll have to have very good aim all the while doing the Limbo. Other than that, we had a great trip.
Recommendedby BabyBoomer212 from NYC
Charming, quiet and convenientPosted Jul 14, 2013 on Hotels.com
Charming small, quiet hotel a few blocks south of the Bastille (and its Metro station); also close to the Gare de Lyon train station. Pluses: a few steps from a wonderful canal/marina/park; attentive, personable staff; very nice room. Minuses: internet service can be erratic, but the staff works quickly to fix; spiral staircase with small one-person elevator whose landings are 4 steps down from each floor. Nice continental breakfast available in dining alcove.
for Business Travelersby MDC from Copenhagen
Great Value for MoneyPosted Jul 10, 2013 on Hotels.com
I have paid 2 if not 3 times the price for small dirty rooms in "more upmarket" hotels in Paris. H3G offers great service, with clean rooms. The room size was almost normal by international standards. It is three star, but great value
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Close to train stationPosted Jun 25, 2013 on Hotels.com
Overall a good hotel. Typical Paris hotel room, kinda small, but the A/C worked really well and the staff was friendly.
for Couplesby BadgerNZ from Brussels
Great valuePosted Jun 17, 2013 on Hotels.com
Good quality for relatively low price. Nice comfortable rooms. Location is excellent, plenty of restaurants and very close to well serviced metro station.
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