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TravelPod Member ReviewshotelF1 Lille Roubaix centre
This hotel is a better option between a hostel and a hotel. The difference is that you have a room for yourself, but the rest of the commodities you'll have to share with the other guests.
If you book one room online (for 1,2 or 3 ppl) will cost you 24 euro/night/room!!!! If you go at the reception and take a room, then the price will be 39 euro for the same room.
Another mention here, if you're looking for a cheap place to sleep, then this is perfect, but only if you're traveling by car.
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