Well, if you pay 35 euro for a room in central Paris, you should automatically abandon all expectations. Therefore, I have really big troubles in judging my stay there. In fact, this is a hotel in the red light district - surrounded by sex shops, cabins etc., with questionnable folks hanging around. The hotel itself is a peculiar establishment - the steepest and narrowest staircase you can imagine lead you to several floors wih several tiny rooms on each, some tucked away in remote corners where you would not expect there is still a room past that curve, too. Not to mention, in case of a fire you are there perfectly locked in and cut off any reasonable way-out. The standard of a room is the lowest possible - a simple bed, a basin, some small table and basically that's it. All more than outdated, actually some sort of a furniture junk compiled to fill in the rooms. The peculiar opening times of the reception (you cannot check-in before 4 pm) and the simple fact that the reception is closed at night does not make your stay more comfortable, neither does it contribute towards your sense of security.
Am I complaining? - I guess rather not. For 35 euro a room in Paris I should not, should I?
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