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10, boulevard voltaire, 11th arr. - Bastille, 75011 Paris, France – Show map – Subway access
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Food & Drink
Breakfast in the Room
WiFi is available in all areas and costs EUR 5 per 24 hours.
No parking available.
24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Elevator, Soundproof Rooms, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
From 2:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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On a side street in Paris’ 18th arrondissement (district), this hotel is just 500 ft from La Chapelle Metro Station. It offers rooms with private bathrooms with elevator access.
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The Est Hotel is centrally located near Gare de L'Est and Gare du Nord train stations. It features affordable accommodations and friendly service. Rooms come with TV and private bathrooms.
Score from 1452 reviews Good
Just 55 yards from Oberkampf Metro Station, Mary’s Hotel is in the 11th district of Paris. It features a 24-hour front desk and free Wi-Fi.
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The Modern Hotel is located between Place de la Bastille and Pére-Lachaise cemetery, just 380 yards from Pére-Lachaise Metro.
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Dirty Small room Quite noisy
The hotel is ok but it is over priser. You only pay for the good location.
Beds, cleaning, much sounds from other rooms
Friendly staff on reception
Very good location!
Too noisy at night,you heard everything going on in rooms close to mine and....dirty.I have been awaked the second night by something bitting me: It was a red bug and There where many crawling over the wall and the curtains.I stayed all night sitting on a chair.
Location, personell, sleeping conditions( bed, pillow and sheets ). price , reception open all night
not so clean, better to concentrate for more cleaner chairs and covers and to skip new towels change every day. Too loadly if you would like to keep open window and you have room at the main street side.
Value for money but no frills. Clean, secure, two star hotel.
Very little. Was convenient for getting into Paris for sightseeing, but that is about all.
Poor value for money., €6 breakfast pitiful and served in "dining room" that looked like it had been furnished at the local thrift store., spiral staircase to rooms had NO lighting and the carpet was black with dirt and in poor repair. The room was hostel quality at best. Beds in poor condition - no pillows and dirty blankets and covers. Our bedroom window looked directly into that of another guest room., very poor lighting., secondhand furnishings and dirty and damaged walls. The worst was the bathroom. The shower curtain had never been washed or changed., the white in the pattern was brown and there was mold in several places - I asked the front desk if it could be changed but it never was. The smell that came from the curtain was unbearable. Very poor value. Will never return or recommend.
not cleaning room every day
Bedbugs! Very dirty. Staff very non communicative and even rude.
They were obviously doing some treatments agaist bed bugs. There was a special sheet below the normal one and the smell in the room was horrible. Everything seemed rather dirty - from curtains, towels, blankets, chairs, etc. We slept there only one night and did not really take off our shoes while being in the room due to conditions but since it was only one night we survived it somehow but it was a very unpleasant experience.
tiny room, could fully open the shower room door, shower room in a run down state, there was no way you could shower without flooding the room, we asked for a fan in the room as the room was so hot but apparently there wasnt a fan in the hotel, the only plus point was the location.
The attitude of the staff is awful.
The hygiene was very, very bad. We found bed wants in the beds, where one of the guests had an allergic reaction on. The manager denied in all cases, although we have sent photos. The rude manner was out of proportion. Avoid this hotel at all times!
Close to metro place republique so good to travel everywhere. Good value for convenience. Rooms basic but clean
Noise of lift and people wandering around at all hours. Electricity point in room didn't work.
The porches and the windows you could open for fresh air. Very close to the metro.
Great little Paris hotel! Everyone was very friendly and helpful, room cleaned / fresh towels every day, located just off a square loaded with cafes/restaurants... they made us feel right at home.
Traffic noise on main boulevard.
Hot water for shower was intermittent No air conditioning or fan Difficult to get luggage to and from 4th floor due to tiny elevator (can barely fit 2 people) and narrow stairs
good location, friendly staff, except for the old man at the reception
Very unfriendly old man at the reception + the 2nd day of our stay we walked into the owner and two workingmen 'fixing' some things in our room, then leaving quickly upon our arrival.. It was all a bit sketchy
This is a run-down, grubby place with smelly drains. The staff are grim and the general atmosphere is depressing.
I liked the facility of move, because the hotel stayed near the subway
I didn't like the staff, because every time when I arrived on Hotel at night the receptionist were sleeping. The Hotel didn't have free wifi.
A not really clean hotel. It smells weird everywhere :(
Wifi was very limited.
The hotel is on walking distance to all the parts of the city. Its good neighborhood with a lot of good bars and restaurants The reception works 24 hours.
The closet in the room. If they change the carpet in the room and paint the room it will look completely diferent.
Location very close.
Room was quite dirty. The Wifi did not work on my laptop and was quite expensive (many cafes offer it for free!).
Great choice for a budget traveler with a small family if you just want to use the hotel as a place to sleep and shower. The location (100 meters or so from the Place de la République, from which you could take the Metro anywhere) was good. The price for us was right. Having a private bath and shower in the room was a plus. The staff was courteous, friendly, helpful, and available 24 hours (the lobby was continually staffed by someone to greet you which is not true for other Paris hotels). My 9-year-old daughter and I slept more or less comfortably in a double bed. The staff provided comprehensive maps and decent instructions including Metro directions and even the hours of operation of museums.
The carpet leading up to the room was worn and a bit dirty or stained. The room, like all Paris hotel rooms, was small. I did not like that WiFi was not included in the price or that even the reception area WiFi required paying between 2 and 5 Euros. WiFi these days is more or less an essential, and I missed some critical communications from other family members in the attempt to save a few Euros (many cafes and restaurants offer it for free, of course). Breakfast - which we passed on - was also rather expensive considering a coffee and pastry on the street or in a nearby chocolate pastry shop was far less for us than 5 Euros per person. But to keep the price low and competitive, I imagine the hotel has to make some items à la carte. The walls were thin but hopefully our neighbors were not too noisy. A minor point: returning late one night, we were given the key to our room without question by a clerk we had never met. Although convenient, this means that anyone could have entered the hotel, announced our room number, and gained access to our room. Confirmation of our names at least, if not the presentation of some form of ID, until the staff got to know us by face, would have been more reassuring. (Although European hotels seem far more lax about security than American ones in this regard.)
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