Hotel Exposition Tour Eiffel
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We arrived at Paris before the check in time and found the hotel already prepared our room. The hotel is not big but homey and nice. The staff is helpful. They speak English too. They understand that we come from tropical country so they set the thermostat that made us warm.
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