Holiday Inn Express Paris-Canal de la Villette
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Express Paris-Canal de la Villette
This was a very professionally run and clean hotel. First looks were not misleading and our room was amongst one of the best yet. It was large with two beds and tea / coffee making facilities. Free Wi-Fi. Outside our window there is a clean looking canal and a drawbridge roadway, which makes interesting viewing. The cooked breakfast's have bee very nice. The rooms have been cleaned daily and the reception staff has been most helpful when one makes inquiries. I would definitely stay again. We are a group of 4 and taxi most places. 5 euro's a piece including tip, gets us into Central Paris in 15 minutes. Metro is not too far away. A really nice Hotel and place to stay.
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