Ratings based on 7 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.6 Room cleanliness
3.1 Service & staff
2.9 Room comfort
3.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Sep 20, 2011 on Hotels.com
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Shipston on Stour, Warwickshire
Three decades visit ParisPosted Jun 23, 2007
Typical style of Paris hotel. Three ladies of advancing years (50-late 70's) spent two very comfortable nights in a family room.(One double, two singles) Very clean, airy room with small ensuite shower room. More than big enough for the three of us to move about. From street the Sacre Coeur can be seen. Easy reach of two metro stations(5 minutes slow walk). Downhill to Trinity Church there is a lively area of typical restaurants and small shops. Although close to Pigalle the hotel is far enough down towards Trinity to be out of the land of clubs and scantily clad ladies. If arriving after 6pm it might be better to walk up from Trinity than down from Pigalle if you would be uncomfortable with the nightlife. Taxi from Gare du Nord would be less than 10 euros and easy to do also. Breakfast of cereal, juice, croissant, pain au chocolat and fresh roll served buffet style was fresh, simple and plenty to start the day. Reception staff very helpful and welcoming. Maids happily left extra shower gel and shampoo when we left a note for them. Hotel is ideally placed for an early visit to Montmartre via metro or monmartrobus. Also recommend boat tour from Pont Neuf in early evening. The Paris transport system enables easy travel to anywhere in the city within a short time. For younger fitter folks walking towards the river through the shopping district and Opera area would be fun.
by A verified traveler from toronto
disapontingPosted May 26, 2007
There were burn holes in the linens & carpet. The bathroom was a mish-mash of tiles and fittings, the wallpaper was falling off and I didn't feel comfotable there, even knowing it was a 2 star. Location was ok, but far from airport about 45 Euros. They had a very small elevator and being out at night around hotel you hade to be very careful...but it was close to a groceries store and about 4 blocks from the Moulon Rouge theater.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Leicester
Average and adequate but well placedPosted Apr 4, 2007
I'd recommend this hotel if you're looking for a budget stop on a tour or just a quick getaway. The hotel room was clean and well kept, just rather small! I'd definitely stay there again; you can't complain at that price bang in the centre of Paris - just a stones throw away from a metro station and the Moulin Rouge, with the Sacre Coeur and Montmartre probably about 20 minutes walk away. (minutes away if you want to get a metro from the top of the street). Secure car parking at a reasonable price is also close by and the main road running past the Moulin Rouge is easy to find by car if it is your choice of transport. Being in the Pigalle district, it's not exactly a family location but for couples or adult groups it's great for a break on a budget.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Boston, MA
Convenient and CleanPosted Mar 29, 2007
This hotel has the usual "postage stamp" size room, typical of European hotels, I really do not know how a large person would fit in the bathroom! The room, however, was VERY clean, they changed the sheets every day, and cleaned the bathroom thoroughly. The hotel staff was very friendly, accommodating and helpful. It is located very close to the Trinity metro stop, and the Trinity Square which provides you with a friendly home base, where you can eat and shop, if you don't feel like wandering too far for a day. Sacre Coeur and Montmatre are also within walking distance. I would stay here again.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Madison, WI
small, but attractive -- staff was greatPosted Jun 9, 2005
I agree that the rooms are tiny, but we thought they were adequate. They were always clean. The staff was very friendly to us. Biggest drawback was the location. You had to walk thru part of the "red light" district to get to the Metro, or anyplace to eat. May not be a good location for familes with young children.
by A verified traveler from US
Not Worth ItPosted Jan 20, 2005
It's inexpensive and you get what you pay for. On the up side, I went in January and the room had plenty of hot water and the room temperature was warm. On the down side, the room was very small and the bathroom smaller yet. The event that soured my experience with this hotel the most was when power went out in the hotel and I and another guest were trapped in the coffin-sized elevator. I understand mistakes happen, but I could hear the staff laughing as we were stuck in the elevator. The breakfast provided by the hotel is also sparse. You are given a basket of breakfast rolls, and you are not permitted any more. A travel companion asked and was chastised. The hotel is in the red light district, but this district of Paris did not seem dangerous. Although a travel companion was propositioned as we returned late one evening. I know this hotel is cheap, but it's just not worth it.