This hotel is not in a pretty, tree-lined stree and there is a primary school over the road that vibrates with the shrieks of children.The rooms are large by Parisien standards, the bathrooms are very clean and the TV usually works.It is run by a delightful family who speak some English.There is a drinks machine in the pretty breakfast room.The downside is that there is no lift so unless you are nimble,the stairs might be too much.There is always help with your luggage.
Unique Quality: There are no great views. The rooms overlooking the street are best as the others feel closed in.Breakfast costs 4 euro.Staff help with phonecalls and some rooms have telephones.The location is very convenient to the Monteguil market street with its popular cafes,food shops and anything you need from drycleaning to makeup.The Metro stop at the top of the street is the wonderful Line 9. The bus over the road goes to the left bank via the Louvre. Della Ville is a great trendy cafe 5 minutes away.Use the hotel safe as the windows are not secured.
Directions: Rue de la Ville Neuve runs of Boulevard Bonne Nouvelle on the same side of the road as The Rex theatre. It is two down from the Rex.
The rooms here are small and basic, but it is typical in Paris to have a small room anyway!
We only slept there....too much to see to be stuck in your hotel room!!
This was a superb little hotel, well located in the "Grand Boulevard" area of Paris just off of Boulevard Bonne Nouvelle, where there is a main metro station.
There were plenty of eateries, bars and shops in this area.
I felt safe here at all times and would have no hesitation in staying here again.
It was a 20 minute walk to the Louvre, the same to Ile de la Cite and Notre Dame.
Only 15minutes on the metro from Gallieni.
Unique Quality: We paid just 40euro per night for our room, this was for a small double room with a washbasin, and downstairs there is a shared shower. The toilet was just across the landing from our room.
They also have rooms with private facilities.
Breakfast consists of fresh bread and jam with tea, coffee and juice - this costs 4euro per person.
The hotel has a small lounge area, the breakfast room, tourist information leaflets, and staff that are so friendly and helpful.
There were a lot of French guests when we were here which I would say was a good thing!
Directions: Off of Bonne Nouvelle, near to the metro station.
Hi, I will be traveling to Paris in May and was thinking about staying in Hotel Sainte-Marie. Has anyone stayed there and have comments? location? etc? The price seemed reasonable for what i wanted to spend. Any help or other suggestions would be great. Thanks.
That is where I will be staying in the Fall. The rates were great. the area is the garment district. They respond to their emails quickly. It seems fine. You will have to let me know since you are going next month and I am going in 6 months. It is just what a traveler on a budget needs and their emails were polite and friendly. Guyon says it is on a quiet street and I like that cause I do like my sleep. I am confident with my selection.
It's not a fancy part of Paris, but it's fairly central, and if it's cheap (you don't mention how much it is in your question, so we can't really judge, can we?) then I'd say, "go for it!"
It is 58 EUR per night for a double bed I believe.
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