Hotel Beaurepaire Paris

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Close to many of the iconic landmarks and districts of the capital: Canal saint Martin, Marais district, lively neighborhood of Oberkampf, Grands Boulevards… Also with a direct access from Gare de l'Est and Gare du Nord. You can reach easily the hotel with urban transports (metro lines 3,5, 8, 9 and...

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Close to many of the iconic landmarks and districts of the capital: Canal saint Martin, Marais district, lively neighborhood of Oberkampf, Grands Boulevards… Also with a direct access from Gare de l'Est and Gare du Nord. You can reach easily the hotel with urban transports (metro lines 3,5, 8, 9 and 11). We welcomes you in our 40 renovated and comfortable rooms.

Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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  • Excellent

    89

  • Very Good

    156

  • Good

    71

  • Reasonable

    28

  • Bad

    19

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  • Business

    58

  • Couples

    159

  • Solo travel

    23

  • Family

    61

  • Friends getaway

    39

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Extremely rude staff

Reviewed 30 december, 2019

Upon arrival the lady at the reception seemed very uninterested to say the least, she spoke a maximum of 5 words to us despite me having said I speak French. We knew that the French could be a tad arrogant, but hotel staff? Really? Staff (including breakfast staff) was very rude and uninterested. When checking out on the last day, the lady just said “K. Bye.” Nothing like “I hope you enjoyed your stay!” or anything. She seemed more than happy we were leaving. Also, it seemed strange that this one reception clerk suddenly asked us to leave our key without explaining why (the other two didn’t ask). We knew Parisian hotels are tiny, but pictures of the room were obviously taken with a very wide angled lens. The bed was bit small for two adults, it was also quite short (boyfriends feet stuck out). The elevator was despicable, two adults didn’t fit in there, let alone any luggage! The matras itself however was comfortable. Pillows were extremely thin, as well as the “duvet”. Despite having turned the heater off completely and having a very thin duvet, it was extremely hot in the room. We weren’t comfortable opening the windows at night because of the noice and because of safety. We had booked a deal which included breakfast. We read that breakfast normally costs €12, that’s definitely way overpriced. There wasn’t enough food, the mini croissants and bread ran out quickly. The cake was very old, dry and there generally wasn’t much variety. The bathroom... My god! If you’re over 1.80m , you won’t be able to properly use the toilet. The shower was extremely cramped, you couldn’t shave your legs or use showergel without opening the doors (which would result in a very wet bathroom floor). We did however get clean towels (which were comfortably soft) and toilet paper every day. The room was fairly clean, I did however find a large pile of dust underneath the bed (which explains the constant sneezing). The walls were thin, we could hear the “neighbors” showering. The area around the hotel has got lots of bars and restaurants, metro stations are located conveniently and you can get anywhere pretty quickly (when the staff are not on strike). We felt bad for the homeless people sleeping out in the cold a couple meters from the hotel entrance. They weren’t bothering anyone though. We visit Paris every year, but we most likely won’t be returning to hotel Beaurepaire.

Koning5

Charged twice & no heating in the room

Reviewed 19 november, 2019

I booked recently a night in the hotel and It was very disappointing experience. The heating was not working and the duvets were light weight, so was not a pleasant staying. The door was not closing properly, so a lot of noise were entering from the bottom of it, it didn't feel safe. All I have to say is the quality doesn't match the place. I suggest to look further, as there are plenty of other hotels more convenient and with high standards. The worst thing is that 10 days after the staying I checked my bank account, and notice the money for the reservation online was taken from my account, plus the money I paid at the hotel once I arrived. I contacted the hotel and they couldn't help me with this issue, laying all the responsibility on my bank, which said that the transaction was not cancelled from the hotel. Better to check twice!!!

viajerasabia

Enter the Slough of Despond

Reviewed 18 october, 2019

The entrance on a filthy alley is the first clue. So what if it has a great location in an intriguing neighborhood, it is mean and small. It has a strange, narrow elevator which only takes two people standing flat against the wall. The rooms are only made up, late in the afternoon, if one complains. The mattresses slope precipitously. The staff and clients seem depressed. And yet, it is doable for a few days if you are prepared to rough it.

marjNewYorkCity

Lovely little hotel !

Reviewed 8 september, 2019

Really enjoyed our stay here It’s a small fairly basic hotel but great for sightseeing and reasonably priced The rooms were clean and well equipped Location is perfect with metro stations nearby Would stay again next time I’m in Paris

Alison V

Not a 3*

Reviewed 22 july, 2019

Well firstly the location was perfect but that was the highlight. Not the cleanest as our bedsheet was stained and the skirting was covered in dust...not the best start! That evening our shower flooded and was informed that no one could repair it with no option of using another, as all rooms were taken (32 degrees outside). Breakfast was ok so no complaints there but no offer of a discount or anything complimentary to soften the blow. We will not be going back!

dave g