Travelling by Eurostar we arrived at the Gare du Nord station and got a taxi to the hotel. This could easily have been reached had we explored the metro before arriving in Paris, and saved the vast expense of 12 euros and the aggrivation of two drunks trying to help us with our luggage at the taxi rank at the station.
The hotel was a 2* location, a short walk from many restaurants and Monmartre and of course all that takes place there. The cost was inclusive of breakfast and was 90 euros per night which included the breakfast and all taxes.
The rooms were small, the shower cabinet was incredibly small, so if you are larger than average you may have a struggle to use the facilities. The beds were ok, although I was comfortable others may find them hard or soft!
The breakfast room was able to seat about 24 at one sitting and is on the first floor about the reception. The offering is limited, but I do have to say I did like the coffee, boiled eggs and the bakery products available. The staff were very friendly.
Nothing special, but I think if you wanted to get away from things and visit Paris on your own this would be ideal for you.
Check out has to be by 12.00.
Unique Quality: Close to a metro station, Montmartre and Sacre Coeur! Located next to restaurants and bars.
Reception staff seem to speak a multitude of languges and they will hold your luggage for you until you need to collect it on your last day.
Directions: short walk from Metro Line 12 station Jules Joffrin (heading towards Porte de la Chapelle) and the Mairie (town hall) of the 18th Arr.
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Address: 131, rue Ordener, 18th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75018, France