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Hotel Prince in Paris - have questions...

Hotel Prince in Paris - have questions...

Jun 3rd, 2005, 12:31 PM
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Hotel Prince in Paris - have questions...

Hotel Prince located at:66 avenue Bosquet
75007 PARIS
Does anyone know if this hotel has air conditioner? has anyone ever stayed there? If you have stayed there, can you give me some input into how you liked it?

Thanks to all!!
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Jun 3rd, 2005, 01:08 PM
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I've thought that looked like a good budget hotel in that area, and it's not so wellknown that you have trouble getting rooms. However, I haven't stayed there. Its website says it has AC, are you questioning that?
http://www.hotel-paris-prince.com/

pretty good reviews on tripadvisor for that level of hotel (2*, about 90 euro double). I like it for a 2* because it has AC and minibars (which I really like), AND they put the TVs on a table, not on some bars near the ceiling like institutions. These are rare qualities in a 2* hotel. It looks a little functional/modern in the furnishings, of course, but basically comfortable.

my comments are just on facts I've read, though, and the photos, sorry
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Jun 3rd, 2005, 01:09 PM
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oh someone on Tripadvisor commented on the AC, so it must really have it
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Jun 3rd, 2005, 04:11 PM
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The a/c was one of my issues - well thank you so much for the help!! That eases my worries a bit. It does look like a nice place for the money so I think I will book them. Will post a review in mid September when we get back.
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Jun 3rd, 2005, 04:31 PM
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No personal experience here, either, but I would offer that the location is sensational. Near the Eiffel Tower, steps from Ecole Militaire metro stop (with bus stops and routes going all over), along with a taxi stand nearby.
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