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The only good thing about this hotel is the location next to the Gare d'Est. The first room they gave us was very small and we had to keep the curtains closed because as people walking down the stairs overlooked you and many things in...More
Response from HOTELDALSACE P, Responsable relations clients at Hotel d'AlsaceResponded 2 weeks ago
Good after noon Mr DE STEVELIN,
Following your feedback,we would like to thank you for your comments
we are happy to see that you like the last roo in the 6 th floor and our break fast
Your review will help us to improve our...More
Wouldnt reccommend this place to my worst enemy!
Stayed here with family, we booked 2 rooms, both could barely fit our suitcases in the door the rooms are that cramped. The room myself and my partner were in was so cold becausd the radiator didnt...More
Response from HOTELDALSACE P, Responsable relations clients at Hotel d'AlsaceResponded 3 weeks ago
Referring to your mail,I would like first of all to thank you for your short saty in Hotel d'alsace.
secondly i would like also to clarify some points.
Concerning Heating,after checking the radiator in your room,it seems that every thing is right.You have...More
This is a terrible hotel. We were four people and one towel, no light bulbs in lights, no soap, no tv, no air, not clean. Front door of hotel broke and when I asked what happened they said I was getting personal. Asked about security...More
Thank Jeannette H
Response from HOTELDALSACE P, Responsable relations clients at Hotel d'AlsaceResponded 12 October 2017
Good afternoon Mme JEANNETTE,
we would like to thank you for visiting our hotel for a short stay.
whereby, we unfortunately are surprised with some of your remarks about your stay in Hotel d'Alsace ***
Firstofall, in term of security,we are well placed in paris.We...More
Bit worn out hotel, neighborhood is a bit sturdy at night, but for the rest it's nice ... good value for money. Breakfast is typical French, very simple and therefore way too expensive, it's better to go to the supermarket. Rooms with lookout over the...More
To put it simple... don't stay here. Yes, it's close to the train station, but so are many other hotels. Do your research! Front desk isn't helpful all. Our train from Germany to Paris was delayed. So I called the hotel asking to see if...More
Response from HOTELDALSACE P, Responsable réception at Hotel d'AlsaceResponded 22 June 2017
Good evening Mr,MRS,
Referring to your comment,i am pleased that you have visited our hotel.
i am only surprised to ask for a refund and to look for our staff as unhelpful.
our staff receive a lot of good reviews from 95 percent of our...More
US$68 - US$219 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The neighbourhood around Chateau d’Eau is an often overlooked part of town whose vibrant streets are great for a refreshing change. Long known for its immigrant population, this multicultural neighbourhood's fabric has been enriched by communities from India, Pakistan, Arab-speaking countries, and Africa. Explore its colorful twists and turns from the Passage Brady (known for great Indian