Ibis Paris Italie Tolbiac 13eme
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Paris Italie Tolbiac 13eme
Good if on a budget, and for us a plus was the location very near the Chinese/Asian quarter, where superb and inexpensive food can be found.
Don't be fooled by the photo of hotel on their website, however, which is taken at night, as the hotel is in fact quite smal, but the photo shows the aadjoining building as though it belongs to the hotel!
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