we just completed a stay at Hotel Fabric. we chose the hotel due great reviews on this site, free internet, and the presence of a fitness room. the hotel is a converted factory. as a result, the rooms are a bit small but comfortable. I would describe it as a small, boutique facility. water and tea are free and available all day. breakfast is about 15 euros. the main issue to consider is the location. this hotel is located away from most major tourist attractions (Louvre, Arc du Triumph, Eiffel Tower), which may be good or bad, depending on what your trip entails. the good thing about the location is that the neighborhood is quiet and the St. Ambrose subway stop is an easy one block walk down the street. However, if you are a family like us who wanted to be out all day, it was not a real option to return to your hotel mid day or afternoon and then go back out in the evening. we left the hotel in the AM and returned late at night.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hotel FABRIC is located between Republique and Bastille in the heart of Paris. This former workshop was transformed into a chic and stylish hotel. The 33 guestrooms are as stylish as they are comfortable. Their decor plays on the dualities which have always enlivened the neighbourhood: graphic shapes and industrial furniture from the factories sit alongside highly colourful, quality fabrics evoking the workers' allotment gardens of the Menilmontant quarter. ... more less
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