We really struggled to find somewhere cheap enough for our budget to stay in Paris, and this was good value for money in a location that was fantastic for connecting with other parts of Paris via the metro, and safe (some areas in Paris are very undesirable to even stay a few nights in). The neighbourhood was really pleasant with lots of little restaurants and shops nearby, making it feel homely and welcoming. The hotel itself was not the most luxurious, but it was homely and welcoming and the staff at reception tried to help us as much as they could. The room smelt of smoke when we first arrived, but we are not fussy and had experienced worse so just aired it out for a bit and it was fine. The bed was comfy and the bathroom had what we needed, including a hair dryer, some soap and hand towels (a luxury after staying in hostels for 5 weeks). One morning the power sockets and lights cut out, which was not ideal but we alerted reception and they managed to fix it while we were out for the day, so we were not bothered. Wifi cost to purchase which was a bit annoying as pretty much everywhere else we stayed had provided it free, but we managed to source some in the centre of Paris for free so it wasn't too much of an issue. The breakfast was average, as we just got some bread and cereal, but we weren't expecting much for what we'd paid anyway. I would happily stay here again as accommodation in Paris is ridiculously expensive and this was relatively cheap, pleasant and very well connected.
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