The rooms are not large, but the bathroom is large enough to be placed bath tube. The breakfast includes: one croisant, one small roll, jam and one (no more!) cup of coffee.
But the attending personnel is absolutely unpleasant. The waitresses give you an ultraangry look if you try to order second cup of coffee. Juice is available, but the waitresses do not make any effort to serve it or even to ask you. Formal greetings like "Bone jour, Messier" or "Bone jour, Madam" are "terra incognita" for them.
TV sets are available (50 Euro cheap Chinese production) in the rooms but they cannot work without remote control set. The receptionist (daily shift) refuses to give you the remote control set without deposing an ID card for the whole period! That means you can use the TV-set but you should remain without ID card in Paris?! The night receptionist refuses unconditionally to give the sacred remote control set (they shold be locked anywhere, he said).
I will never,never, never, never recommend this place even to my enemies!
Unique Quality: During the first night one of my colleagues and his wife were terrbly beaten by bugs! We have photographies from their beaten hands ang legs but the sight is unpleasant, The night receptionist was signalized immediately but he refused to replace the tourists to another room. The replacement was done the day after, but in the infected room were accomodated immediately another unhappy guests. NO COMMENT!
Directions: 5 minutes Northern from the Montmartre Hill (Sacre Coeur Church). But the only true direction from the hotel is south-upwards the hill. In the other directions there are strange people from african or arab origin trying to make unwished contacts with you.
31 Av George V, 8th Arr., Paris
43 avenue Bugeaud, Paris
19 rue du Champ de Mars, Paris
28 Place des Vosges, Paris
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Address: 6 bis, rue du Chevalier-de-la-Barre, 18th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75018, France