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Before our last trip to Paris 4 years ago, we narrowed our hotel choices down to 2 after seeking advice from this forum and checking tripadvisor. We were looking at moderate priced hotels, and the 2 shortlisted were Hotel Familia and Hotel Jeanne d'Arc. In the end we chose Familia because it was nearer the part of Paris we wanted to be in.

However, on our next trip (later this year) we want to base ourselves in the Marais, so Hotel Jeanne d'Arc seems the more logical choice this time. But maybe things have changed in 4 years. Would people on this forum still rate Jeanne d'Arc as one of the better moderate-priced hotel choices in the Marais?

(As a guide to our expectations, we were happy with the Familia. The rooms were small but we had our own bathroom and a balcony overlooking the street; breakfasts (included in the tariff) were minimal, but the service was friendly and helpful. We are not people who hang around our hotel, preferring instead to be out doing things).

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