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Me and my partner stayed in the hotel for 3 nights, the service was good, the staff lovely and the location is excellent, you can literally walk almost everywhere if you want! There's also the Pigalle tube stop very close and plenty of bars and...More
We got a package deal for a trip to London/Paris which included airfare, hotel, and transportation, and the Grand Hotel de Turin was the hotel included for our Paris portion of trip. It's labelled as a 3-star hotel, which might be correct by European standards...More
Clean room. Noise cancelling windows. We were in room 106 and no noise complaints. A/C rooms, however no iron and no fridge. Good location with pharmacy, grocery store, bakery and restaurants super close. Walking distance to Sacre Coeur. Public Transportation just 3min. walk, Metro and...More
I booked this hotel from delta.com since I am collecting miles and it offers great discounts. I was not expecting much from the hotel since it was very inexpensive, I only wanted a place to crash and sleep while vacationing in Paris. The hotel is...More
This hotel is clean through out. The reception desk people are very friendly with giving advice and tips of going around Paris. The breakfast is decent and good enough for the price you pay. This hotel is perfect for travellers on a tight budget.
The neighbourhood around Opéra and Bourse is a belle époque paradise of grand boulevards, refined arcades, and mass-market art-nouveau entertainment. Here, modern day workers continue to take advantage of the legacy that nobility and finance left in the 19th century. Brightly-lit brasseries, theatres, and cinemas sit side by side with French bistros predominating in one area and Japanese restaurants in
another. The area is most famous for the Palais Garnier opera house and glamorous department stores.
I saw young kids with their parents, so I am sure there is no minimum age. Advice...our package came with continental breakfast included, so try to take advantage of that if you can. We also used a Paris Pass, which gave us... More
I saw young kids with their parents, so I am sure there is no minimum age. Advice...our package came with continental breakfast included, so try to take advantage of that if you can. We also used a Paris Pass, which gave us transit and museum admissions which we thought was worth it. The best part about this hotel is that it was not too "touristy" meaning you go up the small hill, and to your right, there are tons of little shops where can find lots of what you are looking for. It is also close to bus stops and metro stations so you can get to where ever you want to go. Have fun!
We were not permitted early check in, we had to wander about til 4pm and leave our luggage in the lobby which we did not like. I consider us lucky that it didn't go missing as we had items stolen from our rooms (side by... More
We were not permitted early check in, we had to wander about til 4pm and leave our luggage in the lobby which we did not like. I consider us lucky that it didn't go missing as we had items stolen from our rooms (side by side) during out horrible stay.