Booked in for a one night stay in rooms on... Booked in for a one night stay in rooms on the 6th floor, and was delighted to find a thoroughly modern and spotlessly clean (and I mean flawlessly) recently renovated room. Even with the usual background ambience Paris provides, I could barely hear a thing as I drifted off on a massive, comfy bed. WiFi is available free of charge and the shower was a fantastic high pressure scalding hot affair as well. The staff are always happy to help and even put up with my execrable attempts at speaking French too! More than happy to stay again!
Staff were really friendly. I stayed with my family twice,... Staff were really friendly. I stayed with my family twice, and in both cases I must say we got comfortable rooms. One of them was quite small, but it wasn't that bad. On the second time we got a bigger room and we got a good rest. we didn't hear any noice at night even if there are a lot of bars around. The location of this hotel is really good, you have two lines 6 minutes walking from the hotel. This hotel would be perfect, but the old state of the building, takes some points from it. Still I give 4 stars 'cause I really enjoy my stay in there.
I have never reviewed a single business on Google, but... I have never reviewed a single business on Google, but the absolutely disgusting business practices of this hotel have compelled me to do so. If I could, I would rate them with zero stars.
My friends and I have tried to book hotel rooms at this hotel numerous times (with a total of 5 different credit cards among the three of us) and each and every one of our cards has been rejected due to being "invalid."
How's that possible you ask?
Well, the issue seems to be the fact that this hotel doesn't want to allow people to book rooms with the free cancelation option, and instead wants to force guests to pay for stay upfront.
Guess what: don't advertise yourselves as a hotel with free cancelation in that case! Utterly despicable.
Paris is already one of the most popular cities in the world for tourists so the chances of this hotel not being fully booked in the middle of summer are next to zero. How greedy do you need to be as a business to pretend that you've got flexible booking options and then try to be sly and force guests into paying for rooms upfront? I have NEVER paid for a hotel room upfront, nor do I plan to begin that practice now.