BEST WESTERN Hotel De Weha

Address: 205 Avenue De Choisy, Paris, Île-de-France, 75013, France | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Chinatown area of Paris, is near Manufacture Nationale des Gobelins, Tang Freres, 13th Arrondissement, and Villa d'Este.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Hotel De Weha Paris

      Reviewed by jackxy08

      Great location!

      Reviewed Nov 21, 2014
      by (2 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      Literally a min walk from the metro. Close to everything! Small rooms but love the shower!

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews BEST WESTERN Hotel De Weha Paris

      Disappointed

      from

      My husband and I stayed here a couple of years ago. Our room was on the front side of the hotel facing the street and people partied all night long in an apartment across the street It was very noisy. Smallest room we've ever stayed in. Smallest bathroom, too! TV didn't work. Not much interesting in this area. We stayed 2 nights and then changed to another hotel. We will never stay in a Best Western hotel again.

      Good Paris hotel

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      My wife and I spend three nights at this hotel from August 15 to 18. (Having stayed at a bad Paris hotel years before, I was especially interested in having a better experience this time around).

      I did. The hotel is safe, clean and professionally run. The rooms are small but clean, with great bathrooms and minibars (I would never buy expensive minibar food, but they always make great fridges, don't they).

      The hotel's location in Place d'Italie was convenient for metro access. We also found bus #27 very frequent and useful for getting to Notre-Dame, the Louvre, Opera, etc.

      Definitely recommended.

      Do not stay here!

      from

      We stayed at this hotel in May of 2004 and we were very disappointed. We had been to Paris before but my husband and I were bringing his parents to Paris for their first time as a present for my father-in-law's 60th Birthday. This made it all the more important that the hotel was good. The hotel looked really nice on the web but was far from it. Even allowing for the fact that this is a tourist class/ budget hotel I would have to say that this is the worst hotel I have ever stayed in. There are other hotels in this category similarly priced which are much better value for money. We were first given a really poor room with a separate toilet and bath were you could barely close the door in either for the lack of space. The hairdryer was broken, the bed linen was dirty. The list goes on. When we complained the staff were not all that sympathetic but we were eventually moved after the first night to a room across the hall which was better. On the plus side the bathrooms are clean and the breakfasts are quite good but I wouldn't recommend staying here. In fact it has really put me off ever staying in a Best Western hotel again. This hotel nearly spoiled what was otherwise a great time in Paris.

      Clean, nice staff, great tourist hotel!

      from

      We booked this hotel through Virgin Airlines vacations. It was in a good location- super close to the train, walking distance restaurants. Nice quiet residential neighborhood. The room was small but VERY Clean. Nice continental breakfast selection. All fresh. Staff was very friendly. This was my first trip to Europe. Exceeded my expectations.

      Nice hotel

      from

      I realize this is a very late review, but we stayed here in March 2000. Our room was small but clean. The staff spoke English and were helpful and friendly. The area is dull and boring; the neighboring restaurants were bad, but it was close to the Metro. Since you can get anywhere in Paris on the Metro, it would be worth staying here if you are on a budget.

      Friendly staff, nice clean room, great continental breakfast

      from

      I stayed here in May of 2002. I booked through go-today, and found the hotel very nice for the price. The desk staff spoke English and were very helpful. I expected a paltry continental breakfast (it was included in the room price so I didn't expect much), but it was quite a spread, with pastries, bread, cereals, frest fruit and juices, and cheeses. The room was bright, cheery and clean. Downside? I didn't care for the area. It didn't seem dangerous or anything, but it's fairly charmless.

      Good Hotel in a Great Location

      from

      I booked this hotel thru Bestwestern 1800 number. One of the staff members who was originally from Paris -suggested me this hotel since there was a promotion going on and this hotel was in a good location.I stayed in this hotel for 6 nights in last week of October' 2002. The hotel was good. Everything was neat and clean. The rooms are small though...maybe European tourist standards from what I hear of...we had a good time staying in this hotel. Its 2 minutes from the PLACE DE Italie metro station. Very convinient to go to anywhere in PARIS from this station. Area was safe with lots of cafes, brasseries and restaraunts in the area. We absolutely loved this area - Place De Italie. I would love to go back and stay in this area and hotel. I was told that the hotel rooms around at that time for this hotel was $150. I got it for $75 on a special promotion that happened during that week. (Its true) The Printemps shopping mall was within 4 minutes walking distance and behind the hotel. Great area to stay and take a stroll.

      TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Hotel De Weha Paris

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