Great facilities for a hostel felt like a normal hotel
The staffs were very kind. The room was too small to put luggage around. When I book through Expedia, it was listed as a hotel. I did not know it was a hostel till I checked in. Expedia should have listed it as a hostel, not a hotel.
Very friendly, welcoming and helping staff. Had a relaxed, pleasant stay. meeting with an international crowd of travellers. Easily accessible by metro and other forms of public transport.
We spend a week in a private room and was perfect! We made 3 reservations bc we weren’t sure how long we will stay and kept extending it. The front desk staff were super nice and made sure we were in the same room the whole time. Very centrally located, literally a 4 minute walk to the train and ...
Everything was old fashioned and used, but it was clean
Staff were friendly and happy to help with directions and information about what was available to see and do in Paris.
This is a hostel, but even if you book a single room like I did, the place has a very STRANGE policy in which all guests have to check out every morning and leave the room EVERY morning, even if you stay for 5 nights like I did, you have to check out EVERY morning and stay away from the room for ...
Hot water and heat wasn’t working first night was all cold water and cold rooms had to ask for extra blanket and they said we had to used bathroom at a partner hotel witch is a block away , very inconvienient.
I have to thank the front desk staff because without them my stay would have ended up differently. Great location and have a comfy area for guests to enjoy. Wish they have a faster elevator but it's not anything too bad
Bed were very creaky!!
6th floor walk-up on a very narrow stair with a 20kg suitcase - FORGET IT! Moldy mattress, dirty shower. One nights stay was MORE than enough
This place is AMAZING. This is the weeworks of hostels.
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