Hotel Cervantes Paris
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If you want a clean and friendly place to stay then this is it, it is has everything you could need nearby for a good stay in Paris.There are several excellent Patisseries within a few minutes walk, at least 2 food stores within a few minutes walk and more than enough Cafes to choose from.Breakfast is 12 euros pp a day, we didn't take advantage of this, from previous reviews the Hotel breakfast appears to be very good but we opted to buy our own. A large Fresh Baguette, meat, cheese and jam. Less than 25 Euros got us enough baguettes, croissants, meat, cheese and jam for our 4 day stay. WiFi in the hotel, we found this very weak and intermittent in our room. Although the rooms are nice and clean they are on the small side. Our room was a Deluxe Room. If after all, your planing on spending all day exploring Paris then the room size isn't going to be a problem.There is a Mini Bar in each room (a small fridge), ours only consisted of 2 small bottles of water - Be warned, you will be charged if you drink the water, IT IS NOT FREE as we thought. It cost us iirc 16 Euros when we checked out. Surely a Mini Bar should consist of more than just water, a price list should also be on the door. However as there was no price list and nothing but 2 bottles of water we assumed the water was complimentary.Power Sockets - we only had one in our room and it wasn't even next to the bed. Luckily we have a travel plug that has 2 USB ports which allowed us to charge both our phones at the same time..........as this was the only socket it was used for charging our phones, boiling the kettle and using the DVD Player if we had wanted to use that.Noise from trains has been mentioned, our room was extremely quiet, it was on the 3rd floor at the front of the building. It was almost directly above the entrance to the Hotel and we were not disturbed at all by traffic or the coming and goings of guests.It takes approx 20 mins to walk to the Arc De Triomphe (approx 10 mins via the Metro Station ROME which is around a 5 mins walk) from there you can get one of several buses that will take you around all the major sights. We used the Big Bus and cost 34 Euros pp. You simply get off at your chosen sightseeing destination, when your finished just hop on another Big Bus to the next destination of your choice on the route. Airport Shuttle Service / Taxi CostThe cost of an Airport Taxi to Paris is set at 50 Euros and takes around 35mins - obviously depending on trafficAirport Shuttle from the Hotel is 18 Euros pp. Taking into account it may have pick ups before and after, book it earlier than needed. I booked for 06:00, due to it having a pick up before us it didn't arrive until 06:15. There was a further pick up after us and subsequently didn't get to the Airport until 07:00, That was 30 mins later than i had planned for. If you want a simple, clean and friendly Hotel within easy reach of Central Paris this is a good place to choose. All the Hotel Staff speak excellent English and are very helpful and frieidly. There are also free drinks (wine) and a little selection of meat, cheese and bread between 6pm - 8.30pm every night.
Excellent value. My husband and I stayed here for two nights - Thurs 6th July - Friday 8th July. The rooms are very compact but very clean and everything you need. It was nice to have the little soaps, shampoos, hairdryers etc. that some hotels of a similar price in the UK seem to be dispensing with. The staff are very kind and friendly - nothing is to much trouble. There is a good selection of food on offer at breakfast. We travelled on Eurotunnel - I had never thought I would ever travel on this - having done so, I cannot imagine why anyone would travel from Britain to Paris by any other means. The train journey from Kingscross to Paris is surprisingly short and you arrive in the centre of Paris - no tiresome journey from the airport, so on a short break, you can really take advantage of all the time you have. On the way back we left our luggage in the lock-up at Gare Du Nord - again, very good value, and well worth it if you want to make the most of a short break. As for Paris - can't wait to return!
Have just returned back from a five nights stay at Hotel Cervantes by Happy Culture.. we booked a triple room so i believe that's the biggest room at the hotel, which had enough space for 2 adults, a 5 year old kid & a toddler to move around comfortably.The pro's:-- Very good location, just a couple of minutes away from Rome metro station, also pretty close to Europe & Leige stations, so ur actually very well connected to different metro lines & RER too. 4 stops away from Champs Elysees & only 3 stops from the Sacre Coeur.- The staff are super friendly, knowledgeable and helpful, very pleasant indeed (specially that one receptionist who comes from india who i unfortunately cant remember his name !)- They'll provide free umbrellas if its rainy, also free mineral water supply during happy hour at 6 pm i believe. Free lollipops and candies for the little kids which they were super happy with.- Clean, modern & just what you need for sleeping comfortably after a long exhausting day of sightseeing and shopping.- Carrefour just around the corner. - Trustworthy housekeeping (see con's to know why)Con's:-- Very poor wifi at the rooms (although pretty strong at the lobby area)- our safe box didn't work. We couldn't enter our password and it kept giving an error. We informed the reception and they promised to fix it next day. But Frankly speaking we were usually too excited in the mornings to get started with our program, and too exhausted at the end of the day to let someone inside to fix it. so we didn't bother to ask them for fixing it again. So cant really blame them for that. We left our passports and cash at the broken safebox, and i was super impressed with the honesty of the housekeeping.. thumbs up for choosing the right stuff.. but still it's not nice for a 4* hotel to leave safe boxes unmaintained. - I read on previous reviews that some rooms had A/C problems.. luckily our A/C worked perfectly for the first 5 days, and only broke on the day of checkout... we were already just packing and leaving, so again we didnt make a fuss.. but seems that A/C needs maintenance too IMPORTANT:- i read many reviews rating the hotel as noisy due to its location near Rome metro station, that some guests couldn't even sleep !!! I was a bit bothered with these reviews specially that i was traveling with my little daughters and i thought about changing the hotel at the last minute. But i am glad i didnt.. Please dont believe this.. the hotel is very quiet and we never heard railway noise (although our room faced the main street not the back) All in all, i would fully recommend this hotel to anyone.. i work as a honeymoon specialized travel agent in Cairo, Egypt. And i will certainly book this hotel for couples too who wants to stay on a limited budget but still enjoy a comfortable clean hotel
I like everything about this hotel and staff are very helpful on all levels. Location is great walking less them 2 minutes from metro station.Rooms are modern, unfortunately it is a little bit tide which is the case with most if 3 star hotels in Paris but in a very good condition.
Stayed for two nights, good thing we were able to check in early after all the standing time we had at CGD airport (Custom its a chaos); First room the AC was not working but the Front Desk Agent changed us to a bigger room with working AC and Fan. Breakfast was good, it's served on the lower level and it feels a little bit hot down there, Coffee was available all day through a machine, they also have a Social Hour from 6-8 with drinks and snacks.This hotel is close to the Rome station, after you come up on the street you have to walk back (South) and turn right on the first street and keep right all the way to the hotel, there is a grocery store at the corner and there are lots of restaurants around the area, we feel safe walking late at night; Please be aware that restaurants open at 7:00 pm for dinner, not before. Train system its easy and convenience to handle.The hotel has Wifi available and we also like the fact that they offer a router to carry on all day for just 1 euro daily, They might ask you for a deposit up front. All staff members were helpful, kind and speak English.
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- 52 rooms
- Breakfast room
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- 1 double bed
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Hotel Cervantes ParisParis,France
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19 rue de Berne 08 Arr., 75008 Paris France
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