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9e versus 12e in Paris for solo female traveller?

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I am looking between two different budget hotels in Paris, and I am trying to figure out which is area is safer. I'll be travelling by myself, female, and I'm my 20s. One hotel is close to the Nation metro stop, although technically closer to pic pus metro, in the 12e. The other hotel is in the 9e closest to Saint Georges metro stop. It seems this hotel is in the middle between the safer end (Opera) and the less safe(?) end of Pigalle.

Both hotels fit in my budget and have very good reviews, which is hard to find in Paris, especially somewhat last minute ($500-600) for 4 nights.

Any advice in deciding between the two - particularly with regards to safety - would be helpful!!!

Thanks!!!

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