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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Delambre Paris
My room was right off the lobby and I was afraid I'd be wakened early by the staff preparing for breakfast. However, there was a second door that I could close that muffled all sound. Nicely decorated room (tiny bit of wear and tear but nothing to complain about), and reasonably sized bathroom. I only stayed one night so can't opine re housekeeping or a long-term stay. Gentleman at the front desk was smiley and welcoming, and graciously put up with my French. The hotel is well located for Gare Montparnasse, and the next street over has several creperies. Boulevard du Montparnasse and the Cimitiere du Montparnasse are close by as well. As a single, female traveler, I felt safe at Hotel Delambre.
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