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One night in Paris - the Marais? Tell me where to stay!

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Trying to finalize my family's Paris/Dordogne plans and the last piece of the puzzle is where to stay our final night. We'll be returning to Paris (Austerlitz) by train from the Dordogne at 5:30 pm and have a flight out of CDG late the next morning. So we basically have time for dinner and some strolling. Would like to stay near an RER station. I don't want to end the trip on a bummer, so looking for charming but inexpensive (less than 200E per room per night?). Checked out Jeanne d'Arc in the Marais but there's no A/C and my husband will kill me if I do that. Your ideas most appreciated.

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