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Having looked at other reviews on here, I think they are fair. This is a relatively small hotel, which has been redecorated so the website photos are out of date. There is a reception area with a small area of seating. There are then a few steps to the small lift - probably maximum two people, which is fairly standard in Paris. The stairs are fairly steep. We were a group of friends staying. All of the rooms are relatively small but again I think that is typical of these types of hotels in Paris. Our twin rooms were bigger than other hotels I researched and there was a decent sized bathroom with shower over the bath. Our room looked over the street at the front and was fairly quiet. Friends in another room said they were woken by guests in the room next to them so the soundproofing isn’t great but we didn’t have that problem in our room. Only provided with one pillow per bed. No kettle in the room but that it standard for Paris. Some little food shops and bakeries nearby. The area is not touristy as such but I liked that.
I really liked this hotel. It’s in a nice spot close to restaurants and markets, also the bus and metro are close by. The photos on here do not look like the rooms now, but they look like they’ve been updated. We had a 2 twin bed room and it was small, but good enough for two people. The beds were quite hard, but the pillows and bedding were nice. It does have a mini fridge, but it is stocked with their items they charge you for, which was disappointing. It would have been nice to be able to keep drinks cold. The AC worked great in our room! No problems at all, but we did visit in September. The bathroom was a lot larger than expected. No complaints. We didn’t have the breakfast at the hotel, so I can’t comment on that. We didn’t really speak to the front desk staff very much either. Most of them did speak a little English. The housekeeper (I saw the same lady all 4 days) does not speak English and I used a translator app to speak to her. She seemed nice. Overall, I would stay here again.
It's a hotel that I'm happy to indicate . The rooms is not big, but has everything a guest needs. The bed is king, firm and soft., the pillows (two for each side of the bed) very soft. There is a desk, folder chair to put the bags. There's a locker. The bathroom has an excellent shower. The staff keeps the room organized, cleaning every day. The staff at the reception, are kind and happy to help, they are bilingual. In the street of the hotel has a variety of shops, supermarket., and only 2 blocks from the subway station. Bus is at door. . For those who like to walk the hotel is only 2 km from the Eiffel tower. Very good hotel.
The hotel is situated in a very good location and its just 20 minutes walking from effiel tower.the rooms are clean however we still faced a few challenges.we came from India for our honeymoon and stayed there for three days. The lift and lobby is very small and there is not much help available from the hotel staff.especially the girl doing the morning shift at the reception is least bothered and not helpful at all. The breakfast is very bad and I wont recommend anyone to have it as it has very limited options.howvee overall I will surely visit Paris again but never going to stay in the same hotel.
I just stayed in the hotel. Front desk people are nice to talk to. The rooms are not particularly big, but it's the normal for European Standards. This hotel has very nice restaurants around to choose from. I'll definitely try to stay again...
We were there for only two nights, the location of the hotel is pretty good and there are plenty of places to grab food nearby. The hotel offers breakfast which we didn't take, but it's there (overpriced if you ask me, we chose to have breakfast on the go) Now to the rooms... WAY too small, we could barely fit our luggage in there and the room ONE outlet available which is very important since we all have phones, and cameras and computers to charge. I'd say its ok if you are going to be there just to sleep, but do take an extension cord with more outlets if there will be more than one person in the room or you have several devices that need charging.
We stayed at the Hotel Carladez for a week over the New Year. There were four of us and we were given a suite at the back of the hotel off of the little court yard. There was a tiny, and I mean tiny, spiral staircase leading up to our room which made it very difficult to carry our luggage up after our late flight! If a person is elderly, disabled, or not in good shape, this would not be the room for them. The room however, was very pleasant. It was two rooms, the first with a day bed and trundle, a small refrigerator, chair, dresser, and desk. The bedroom had a very comfortable queen bed, large closet, and a surprisingly large bathroom. There were large windows that looked out onto another building and courtyard below. The only two downfalls to the room that we found were that the only mirror in the room was the bathroom mirror, and there were no wash cloths. We asked for wash cloths and were told the hotel had none, however the bath towels were nice and big! The staff were polite and spoke English well, and didn't roll their eyes too hard at our terrible attempts at French. We never tried the breakfast, because of the bakery across the street. According to nearly every Uber driver that drove us, and everyone we spoke with in the neighborhood - Le Pichard is one of the best bakeries in all of Paris. We can certainly attest to the quality of their croissants, pan au chocolate, and baguette, no doubt. Actually, I think we tried just about everything - do not skip the bakery directly across the street. You won't be able to, your nose will take you there! This is the wonderful thing about the Hotel Carladez Cambronne, the neighborhood. You are in a working, family neighborhood, not a tourist area. There is a fruit stand, a cheese store, a fish monger, a butcher, a chocolatier, a health-food store and a grocer all within a half a block. There is a lovely bar/cafe for coffee just up and over, with the most lovely, helpful owners. If you go up the hill to the neighborhood, there are tons of little shops and restaurants that are off the beaten path and inexpensive. Otherwise, you walk down toward the Eiffel Tower (about a fifteen to twenty minute walk) and get into a much more touristy area. We walked everywhere - working off the bakery visits, we never felt unsafe, even walking late at night. We used Uber a great deal to go longer distances and found it very reasonable. We preferred it over the Metro, because we got to see more of Paris and usually the drivers were engaging and helpful. Keep in mind that the street the hotel is on is quite narrow so it is always a rush to jump in your Uber or shuttle! Overall, this is a very comfortable place to stay because of the location. By Paris standards I think the price was reasonable and I would likely stay there again. If you're looking for pampering, and luxury then this isn't your place. If you don't need a lot of frills, you're wanting a comfortable bed at night and a safe place to be your base then The Hotel Carladez has all you need.
Perfectly adequate local hotel with very friendly staff. Comfortable rooms with good WiFi. Nice area with local bars & shops right outside - 10 minutes walk to nearest metro. Lovely breakfast - adequate to get you started for the day. Have stayed before & will definitely stay again
The hotel is located very close to many touristic places, we walked to Eifel and it took us 30 minutes, it’s also located to different bus stops and Metro stations that you can then easily commute to all other parts of the city. The reception staffs are very welcoming and kind. The hotel building although is very old, which can be normal in Paris, very narrow elevator and stairs and thin walls which kept up awake when the neighbors were watching TV. The worst part of our stay there was the breakfast, unfortunately I can say I have never experienced such bad breakfast in the whole Europe. You get the coffee from a coffee machine and cheese and marmalade come in factory made small packages. We even got fresh baguette only once. So if the breakfast wasn’t included just skip it.
Our room was pretty big and yeah it's not the snazzyest place I've ever stayed but for 60 odd a night I want expecting that. Bed was very comfy, quiet location, tv, free WiFi and breakfast. Only thing I would say is that it can be hard to find. Do not use tourist maps especially those condenced ones as you will need one with side streets. Thank you too the lovely staff!
Located in 15th Arrondissement within a mile (2 km) of Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, Hotel Carladez Cambronne is within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular sights such as Eiffel Tower. The 28 rooms at this 3-star hotel include private yards, minibars, and flat-screen TVs.
For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 10 AM. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service.
All 28 air-conditioned rooms feature private yards, minibars, and safes. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers. Phones and desks are other standard amenities.
At Hotel Carladez Cambronne, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, free newspapers, and a terrace. Offsite parking is offered for a fee. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to help with concierge services, and answer any questions about the area. This hotel also has a TV in a common area.