Pink Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

20 Bis Rue Dugommier, Paris, 75012, France

2 Reviews

Pink Hotel
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Average Value

Rated 12% higher but also costs 45% more than other 2 star hotels

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Good For Business
  • Families42
  • Couples66
  • Solo78
  • Business78
  • Excellent Value


    This hotel is near a subway and everything else you might need - grocery store, bakery, restaurants - however, it is a tad far from the tourist sites, in a residential neighbourhood. This can be a bonus as it gets you out of the crush of the very centre of the city and lets you breath a little. The service at the front desk as I checked in was friendly and efficient. I found the room typically small, but spotlessly clean with a comfortable bed. I was concerned that I faced out onto the street, but it turned out to be very quiet. The bathroom had an excellent shower. A treat, as the French are known more for the excellence of their wine than their plumbing! I stayed in the middle of the summer tourist season last summer (2010) for the equivalent of about $100CAD. I thought it was excellent value for the money. I would recommend this hotel to any of my family and friends.

    Unique Quality: Very clean, good plumbing, quiet, excellent value.

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    It's cute and all, but...


    Having just stayed at a fabulous boutique hotel in London, I had high hopes for The Pink Hotel. Unfortunately, I was a bit disappointed. Not because of the tiny room, thin walls and temperamental WiFi, but because the basics were missing. There was no phone, no clock, no bathmat and no washcloths (the night clerk insisted that the hand towels were the washcloths). The room was clean, but I started to wonder how clean when I found a dirty sponge in the bathroom.

    On the positive side, the reception staff was nice and English-speaking (a plus for me and my rusty French). The beds were very comfortable. The hotel is located in a residential area, away from the sites and tourist areas, but 2 metro stops are nearby.

    Overall, it was like staying in somebody's cute bedroom, but for €119 ($166) per night, I wanted more. Unless they have a really good sale and I'm travelling alone, I wouldn't stay there again.

    Unique Quality: The hotel is cute and in a residential area in the 12th arrondissement with 2 metro stations nearby. There are a good number of restaurants and stores in the area, and a street market on Boulevard de Reuilly Tuesdays & Fridays.

    Directions: 12th arrondissement, near Metro stops Dugommier (line 6) and Daumesnil (lines 6 and 8).

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need help finding a nice pension

by salmbach

hi all, anyone out there have any suggestions on a nice pension. My wife and I are flying into Paris tomorrow and would like to find a nice pension to stay at. We would prefer it to be in a good location.
We appreciate any help/advice anyone could lend.
Great travels, Greg

Re: need help finding a nice pension

by leanneedwards

I don't know about a pension but someone posted this hotel Marignan and it looks great and a great location and price... if you are looking at cost being a factor... breakfast included... google it... and see what you think I am very jealous love Paris!!!

Re: need help finding a nice pension

by worldinabag


For some reason they don't have Pensions or B&Bs (or they don't call them this)in Paris. There are of course plenty of hotels. Our neighbours were pleased with the location and service of the Familia Hotel -

Re: need help finding a nice pension

by Beausoleil

This is the only pension I know of in Paris. We have not stayed there but it looks very nice and the neighborhood is good. You might check them.

It's not a pension but the Hotel des Gobelins is very family-like and friendly, run by a charming woman from Jamaica. They are very reasonable and the location is just off the Latin Quarter. Here's the web site:

Enjoy your stay.

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