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Good location. The metro station is and the Gare du Nord is just in front of the hotel. Many small restaurants are very close. The hotel itself is what you pay for. Relatively cheap but simple, a bit noisy. Just one key card and should...More
I believe the hotel just finished doing some refurbishment. My bedroom and its bathroom was spacious and very clean. I love the location which is situated just opposite of the Gare Du Nord. Easy access to RER for my trip to La Vallee Village and...More
The reception not inspiring but our twin bed room was spacious and clean (as was the bathroom) and overlooking a courtyard was beautifully quiet. All real pluses for a Paris hotel. No breakfast room in the hotel (you have to go to an adjoining hotel)...More
Stayed for 3D2N . We choose this hotel coz it is just a walking distant to catch for Eurostar to London . It's really a basic hotel with a small elevator . We booked for family room for 5 person but it is very small...More
Stayed at the hotel for 3 nights , över the weekend as a family of 7. The hotel is Right across gare de nord train station and 3-5 minute walk to gare del Est. Small and Clean hotel, comfortable beds. No problem with wi-fi. Cant...More
Response from philippe c, Responsable réception at Hotel RichmondResponded 5 February 2018
thanks for your comment, we appreciate.
Hope to see you next time with us.
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