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“Perfect Spot for our Stay in Paris”
This hotel fit our needs perfectly while we were in Paris. Although the room was smaller than rooms you may find in America, it had everything we needed to make us comfortable while on vacation. I did not experience any excessive noise that was commented on in one of the reviews printed here and we had a nice balcony that was a pleasant surprise. The room was very clean when we entered it and was kept spotless by the maid every day. We had no problem with the shower - in fact the water was hot and the pressure was great. The breakfast was not included in our price so I can't comment on that. There are 2 boulangers in either direction of the hotel that were excellent. Also there is a small store with fruit down the street. Every single person we came in contact with at the front desk was helpful and considerate. We would definitely stay here again!
“Nice Budget Hotel”
Hotel was good value for money. Metro right outside. Quite a long walk to Paris centre but walkable.
“Value for money on expedia”
We booked this hotel through expedia, and when we saw the standby rates, we saved a fortune. This hotel is beautifully presented. The room is clean and comforable. Breakfast is nice, but not included. There are bakeries within 100 metres if you would prefer a nice pastry. There are shops and restaurants all within sight. Fantastic place to base yourself and explore Paris.
“Quiet, safe, location”
While this hotel is not right next to the main arttractions of the city, it offers a metro stop literally right around the corner, and it is in a safe, non-busy part of the city. There are a few restaurants near by, and some small stores where you can buy fruit, cheese, bread, drinks, ect. that are very much within walking distance. I dealt with 4 different staff members, 3 of which were completely professional, and a pleasure to work with. They spoke great English, and even helped me with my terrible Fench! I had no problems with the room, although I had to keep my window closed at night due to some noisy motor scooters passing by evey now and again. All in all, I would stay here agin, and I would recommend it.
“Great Location and Hotel for the Price”
This hotel is right next to the Dugommier metro station which made it so convenient to get around the city. It is located in a nice walking neighbourhood with quite a number of shops,restaurants and several grocery stores. We found the hotel to be quite satisfactory.As others have mentioned, the rooms are quite small but they were well kept and clean.The cost from the airport for a taxi was 46 Euros for 4 people which was competitive with the shuttles,and very convenient if you have very much luggage. The people working at the front desk were very helpful and could book a return shuttle to the airport as well as any number of different attraction tickets. If you are looking for a four star hotel at a two star price this probably not the hotel for you,however,if you are looking for a hotel at a moderate price which is conveniently located,is clean,cozy and has a helpful staff ,this is the ideal place to stay in Paris.We definitely would go back.
“Good for a small budget”
We booked this hotel because we wanted something cheap, clean and close to the Metro. That was exactly what we got. The hotel was adequate but certainly not fancy. We knew that when we booked. Our room was small but clean, and it had a balcony - a nice bonus. The mattress was comfortable. The bathroom was cleaned everyday and there wasn't a sign of mould anywhere. The shower pressure was great. The people at the front desk were courteous. The two downsides were that 1) the hotel didn't have a computer for us to use, as advertised. It was broken, they said, and it didn't look like anyone was going to fix it anytime soon. If you want internet access, you had to have your own computer and use Wi-Fi or go down the street (less than a block) to an internet cafe. 2) The TV was a pay TV. Not that we wanted to watch TV but it seemed a weird thing to charge for. 3) They also charge a hotel tax, which isn't included in the price. I don't know how many hotels do this. We had to pay the tax at check-out. The upsides were that 1) the neighbourhood is great with shops, a bakery (for pain chocolat), restaurants, internet cafe and a community market (on Fridays) just steps outside the door. 2) The entrance to Dugommier Metro station is less than 100 feet from the entrance. This is the Metro line that goes straight to the Eiffel Tower. 3) It was clean and felt safe. We would stay there again.
The hotel is great. Excellent location! You walk out of the station and walk in to the hotel! Great chinese food just by the station exit - cheap as well! Two negative things we experienced in the hotel - no glasses at all in the room and no kettle!
“"Convenience is Essential"”
We were tired after our train ride and found the Hotel Pavillon to be so near the train station and also near the Metro. How great, because getting around Paris by Metro is so much fun! Also, the neighborhood restaurants were good and not "tourist trap food." Hotels in Paris are expensive but this stay was not!!
A little small by American standards, but I thought it was fine. Clean and comfortable with a nice balcony. Right at the dugommier metro stop. There isn't much noise from traffic at night, but the walls are thin. If your neighors are noisy, you'll probably hear it. The attendants speak decent English. One thing that I wasn't used to was having to give my key back to the hotel anytime I left. When I came back I just gave them my room number and got my key back. Not a big deal, I just wasn't used to it.
small room, but good location, some problems with shower but could work with