Hotel Maubeuge Gare Du Nord
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Location near the Gare du Nord is very handy and the price was within our budget. Accommodation was basic but you get what you pay for. Our room was in a state of disrepair with 50% of our lights not working amongst other things. They are currently upgrading downstairs so I am hoping get they will extend to the rooms as well. Unfortunately one easy thing to fix is cleanliness. It was not very clean and towels were not taken and replaced each day. Also we had a cockroach in our bathroom.
Not sure I would recommend this hotel.
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