Ibis Budget Paris Porte De Bercy
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2 nights stay..
it was a basic room...
a bed, an attached bathroom ...
a pre-booked & paid breakfast.
the room was ok ... our experience with the many other hotels being much nicer could have been the reason for the dissatisfaction.
the biggest plus was the access to public transport... just bang out of the hotel is the Parc De Bercy bus stop.
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