Check-out ends at: 11:00
3 Rue Jarry, 75010 Paris, France - Paris, Île-de-France - France - 75010
Check-out ends at: 11:00
An horrible palce ! To be avoided
Reviewed 15 march, 2019
The room had not been cleaned for several days(except for the bathroom). No cold water. Very noisy place even at the 5th floor. The laundry room stays in the corridors and blocks the way. Very bad breakfast. Some night workers are very unpleasant.
A disastrous place!
Reviewed 24 july, 2018
I was staying in this hotel on 15th to 17th of July and it was a terrible place to stay. There was no lift and the corridors and halls and stairs were so small. The room was too small and the bathroom was dirty and so small. The breakfast was awful and the residence was so bad.
Not a hotel!
Reviewed 24 june, 2018
This apparent two-star hotel is basically a hostel. The stairs are a death trap as they are steep and very uneven. There is no lift. The whole building is tatty and in desperate need of renovation. Ceramic tiles are worn out, paint is chipped off and the varnish is barely visible on items such as the handrails. The room is tiny, with the bed taking up the vast majority of the space. The “bathroom” comprises of a tiny shower and a toilet that you hit you elbows on the wall each side. The shower is so tiny you can only move one arm at a time, and the shower leaked all over the floor, in to the main room. There isn’t even a properly fitted door. The is a see through glass partition door that doesn’t stay shut, and of course the toilet looks straight out on to the bed, so there is no such thing as privacy. The sink isn’t in the bathroom. Instead it is directly in front of the entrance to the room, next to the bed. The walls are very thin and the sound echoes around the halls from the bottom of the stairs. Only two towels were provided, no had towels. They had a complimentary breakfast on offer so we went to check it out in the reception. We couldn’t find it so we asked the receptionist where it was. She pointed to two tiny pieces of bread in a basket. This turned out to be all breakfast was. There was some orange juice, and tea/coffee but the only food on offer was bread. There were no plates to eat from so we were forced to eat off of plastic trays. We were also eating about one metre away from reception, and one metre away the other way from a bin that smelt like it hadn’t been emptied for three years. On the day of check out there was a staff strike so we also saw a notice pinned on the wall that there would be no clean sheets for the day. To top this off this hotel is in a neighbourhood that seems to have street raves every night and sirens were going off left right and centre. Whilst this is not a fault of the hotel it finished it off for us. The bed was fine. All bedsheets and towels were perfectly clean and the WiFi was standard. I hope this review is helpful. I have provided pictures of some of my points
Not the best
Reviewed 12 april, 2018
Stayed here for 3 nights and I could have paid for a better hostel. When arrived was told my room won’t be ready til 2 so went for a walk to get my bearings. When I arrived back to go to room was given room number and told on 5 th floor to my horror there was no lift and the stair case was a tight spiral staircase got to my room eventually and disappointed in it nothing like management photos . Asked to be move was put into a smaller room on 1 st floor with a shower and toilet that you could just about turn in. The shower didn’t work you had to hold it yourself when showering and flooded the floor. The toilet and shower too small and very impersonal. The floor was painted with tile paint and coming off. This list could go on the breakfast is a cup of filtered coffee or make your own tea. And baguette cut up with butter and jam . Location was good for this hotel. As two girls travelling felt very intimated in the area during the day and night.
Very well located hotel.
Reviewed 22 july, 2017
By comparison services to price I have to say: YES. It is a very good base for Your walks in Paris. Historical centre 20min, SacreCoeur 20min, Canal St.Martin 10min. Two railway stations are close too and it is only cca 200m to the metro.You must know the hotel is in a building about 120 years old, so no elevator, no air condition.Small rooms are everyday cleaned,changed towels,with TV, wifi free and shower bath with wc.You have a modest tasty breakfast in the price. Strong coffee or tea, juice, milk, butter, jam, honey, fresh french baguette sure.It saves Your time and it is quite comfortable come back into the room and take a few minutes rest after meal.Kind crew.