|"Very friendly and helpful staff"||(in 137 reviews)|
|"Great value for money"||(in 17 reviews)|
|"Good location and friendly staff."||(in 131 reviews)|
|"The walls are very thin."||(in 9 reviews)|
|"The room don't have bad smell."||(in 52 reviews)|
|"The bathroom door couldn't be locked."||(in 17 reviews)|
|good location||in 343 reviews|
|staff was very friendly||in 325 reviews|
|room was small||in 243 reviews|
|close to metro||in 138 reviews|
|nice hotel||in 99 reviews|
|breakfast was good||in 97 reviews|
|bathroom was clean||in 77 reviews|
|good restaurants||in 65 reviews|
|good value for money||in 64 reviews|
|paris||in 45 reviews|
|thin walls||in 24 reviews|
|towels changed||in 19 reviews|
|grocery store and a bakery||in 16 reviews|
|little bit||in 13 reviews|
|cafes around the corner||in 7 reviews|
|mnts walk||in 6 reviews|
|outlet converter||in 5 reviews|
Great Budget Hotel & Clean
To my surprise the previous bad reviews that I read were very wrong about this hotel. I rented a private room, so I can only inform you about that type of experience. It was very clean, they provided a hairdryer, the staff spoke excellent English, and several other languages. They always have someone at the front desk, even late at nights to help accommodate you for checking in, just in case your flight comes in late at night, or early in the morning. People sometimes forget that the culture in France is different, so what might be considered rude over here in the U.S. may not be considered rude in France. For example the lack of acknowledging you immediately when you go to the front desk, in their culture you’re supposed to say something, and understand if the staff member is on the phone and will pay attention to you when s/he is finished. Discussing, debating, and asking about politics is also considered a normal conversation in France, so the culture is very different from our own over here in the U.S.A.
To be honest I didn’t like how tiny my room was, and I got a private room. If you’re traveling with someone else, be prepared to be much closer to that person than you may have planned. There was also only one available electrical outlet, so if you’re renting a private room, I’d suggest bringing either a power strip along with your electrical outlet converter, or a plug with multiple USB ports with your electrical outlet converter.
Fouad at the front desk was an absolute sweetheart - I lost all my bank cards and had no money for a night and he gave me croissants, yoghurt and compote (!) The location of the hotel was also fabulous - right in the heart of the sceney Canal St Martin. Thank you!
With a stay at Absolute Hotel Paris République in Paris (Paris City Center), you'll be steps from Canal Saint-Martin and Grands Boulevards. Featured amenities include a computer station, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and a 24-hour front desk.
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Absolute Hotel Paris République is located at 1 Rue de la Fontaine au Roi in Republique, 1.9 km from the centre of Paris. Place des Vosges is the closest landmark to Absolute Hotel Paris République.
Check-in time is 14:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Absolute Hotel Paris République.
Yes, Absolute Hotel Paris République offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Absolute Hotel Paris République does not offer free parking.
No, Absolute Hotel Paris République does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Absolute Hotel Paris République is 16 km from Paris Orly.
No, Absolute Hotel Paris République does not have a pool on-site.