Ratings based on 10 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.1 Room cleanliness
3.4 Service & staff
2.9 Room comfort
2.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby HP from Amsterdam
Hotel is great value for the price.Posted Sep 29, 2013
Cons: Rooms could be a bit cleaner - did mention this to staff.
Location: Location is near metro but also walking distance to some great sights. Also cafes near by.
Hotel is perfectly located near metro and easy access from train station (via cab or metro). Hotel is basic but rooms are big (for Paris) and good water pressure in shower. Good hotel if you are looking for a base rather than a room to lounge in. We stayed here with 2 kids and found the staff helpful and the location good. Would stay here again for the price.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Terrible hotelPosted Jul 28, 2013
Pros: Nothing to like
Cons: Fixed pluming problems . Bathroom sink don't drain the water.
This hotel does not meet American standards, pluming problems, no AC, and close to a busy street. We had book three nights and we only stayed one night. Not recommend .
for Couplesby Georgi from Texas
Even for Paris, just too small for two people!Posted Jul 18, 2013
For two people, it was just too small. We couldn't really close the bathroom door, even though I expected it too be small! I wouldn't return.
for Everyoneby Emily from North Yorkshire, UK
Great, cheap, central hotelPosted Jul 14, 2013
Amazing location, right next to the metro, a small supermarket and bakeries. Lovely room overlooking the street. No air con though, uncomfortable nights sleep in the heatwave, but beds were comfy and clean. Were able to leave luggage after checking out too. Only thing to mildly complain was the shower filled up fast so had to keep turning it off, also had to hold the shower head yourself. Overall, was a shame we only stayed a night, lovely, cheap, central hotel.
for Couplesby John from New York
Reasonably priced small hotel, well-locatedPosted Jun 17, 2013
Pros: Location and friendly staff. WiFi worked flawlessly (this is not always the case in hotels in this price range).
Cons: During a long stay, sheets should have been changed more regularly. I had to ask every few days. More outlets.
Location: Right at metro Republique and Place de la Republique. Ave. St. Martin is full of small restaurants as is the Place. (I would avoid the KFC and McD.)
This hotel is fine for a medium-term stay in central Paris. The staff are very accommodating. The rooms are small (by American standards), but the beds are comfortable. The bath is quite crowded, and lacks much shelf space. This is very common in hotels in this category. The biggest problem for modern travelers is the lack of electrical outlets. There are only two in the room, and another on the light in the bathroom (the bathroom light must be on for this outlet to work). That's not adequate to keep two cellphones, two computers, and a few other miscellaneous devices charged. Bring an outlet strip. The location is excellent. You are just 30 meters from the nearest Republique metro exit (rue du Temple). The patisserie 180 Reves across rue du Temple from the hotel is first rate. That's where I had breakfast. My view is that it is far more enjoyable to spend money on things other than hotel rooms in Paris (or London)--like restaurants, exhibitions, etc. If you feel the same way, this hotel will suit you fine. If you want more space and a bigger bathroom, you're going to either pay a lot more, or be located farther from the center of the city.
for Everyoneby Yidomi from Canada
good locationPosted May 5, 2013
Good location with comfortable room. Convenient for metro and inconvenient for no free internet, no phone in room, no microwave, we buy drinks from grocery store but no refrigerator.
Recommendedby Katie from NYC
Great area, but you get what you pay forPosted Apr 29, 2013 on Hotels.com
Hotel Bruxelles borders on a hostel. It has someone at the front desk 24 hours and is located in an ideal place to navigate the Paris metro system, but the cleanliness of the bathroom was questionable and the shower was difficult to operate unless you were kneeling. Overall we were satisfied because we wanted to spend our money in Paris on food and sight seeing, not a hotel.
for Everyoneby Elspeth from Essex, UK
Disappointing but friendly staffPosted Apr 7, 2013
Pros: Friendly and helpful staff. We had a quiet room
Cons: The ensuite.
Location: Easy access to all the sights. We walked most of the time, but Metro stations were close by
Hotel room was very small. There was a table and chair, but an apology for a wardrobe, which was difficult to open and had little space. The ensuite door did not close, and was very cramped! There was very little space between the toilet, placed just inside the door, and the small hand basin; the shower had no curtain. Everything got wet when showering even when taking great care.
for Studentsby A verified traveler
Shabby but great location.Posted Apr 5, 2013
Cons: The toilet door
Location: Nice area - try the Cafe Leonard at the bottom of Turbiga
Not the best hotel in paris; the toilet door didn't close; renovations taking place haphazardly (bits of carpet in the breakfast room etc); and a bit over priced for what it was. But brilliant location and nice staff.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Excellent locationPosted Nov 26, 2012 on Hotels.com
clean, friendly staff. not top of the line. but literally steps from a metro - can't beat that.