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Hotel Ribera

2.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

The hotel is nice but not particularly outstanding. The receptionist was very nice and helpful. The rooms are a bit noisier, especially if you leave the windows open - which you do during the summer as it is rather warm inside. I appreciated the refrigerator.

The hotel is located in District 16, a posh residential area, very safe and quiet. The closest metro station is Jasmin, so you need to take metro to every tourist spot. The hotel is a bit old, the space in the room is not too small, overall not too bad. Wifi is quite strong!

It is not a good hotel in my idea, an excatly aroud 3 kilometer far from the eiffel tower and atrctive places ,the roomes dint have telefone , then whatever you what you should go down stairs and finally I can say it doesnt wort 99 € per night.

The whole building is quite old and would benefit from some renovation. Rooms are a bit small (and also a bit old), but bathrooms are large, bright (yes, with a large window! in Paris!), fully renovated, clean and very comfortable. The staff is friendly and they serve a very nice and rich continental breakfast in the morning. Overall the hotel has a nice Parisian flavour and consider that it is located possibly in the poshest area in Paris. Overall a pleasant stay, and not too expensive.

It was not far from Passy, and very close to bakeries and cafes. The rooms were snug, but comfortable. The hotel staff was friendly and accommodating. Very clean rooms that had been recently and very tastefully updated. Very quiet neighborhood. Nice walk to Trocadero and Tour Eiffel.

Near Cafe shop, Bakery and Restaurants. Staffs were helpful and very friendly. Nice and Clean. Recommend this hotel. For the money, it is an excellent choice for backpackers or those with extended vacations who can't afford a more expensive hotel in the heart of the city.

Because our travel agent had made an error in our Paris accommodation, we had to find somewhere fast. We checked through several and chose this hotel based on price, photos, reviews and location. It is at least 4 metro stations from the Trocadero. The room was uncomfortably small ( I expected small - but 10 cm around the beds is ridiculous). The bathroom on the other hand was huge - but wet, as the shower barrier was broken and was a tub with a hand held shower nozzle. The toilet paper was hung on the towel rack and no plugs for anything were to been seen. Breakfast was offered in a very sad little room downstairs. We didn't use this facility ( there was a very nice bakery across the road). The room was warm to the point of stuffiness - open the window and the noise from the street was too much.The worst part was the noise. A family was accommodated in two rooms next door. We later found that homeless families are accommodated in emergencies in this hotel. They also cooked in their rooms. The smell wasn't good. The kids were still up at 11.30 pm with mama shouting at them to go to sleep. We stayed only because it was a roof, bed and toilet and near the Jasmin metro station. I would recommend any Australian visitors to Paris to avoid this place like the Plague.

Hotel is located in the elite part of Paris. Clean and very quiet. Staff very friendly. Good breakfast. I forgot to skirt the hotel and they sent me to the home address :) Heartily recommend this hotel.

I stayed at the Hotel Ribera for a week and would conclude that this is a solid two to three star hotel. It is not very close to the major tourist sites, so you would need to take the metro or plan long walks each day. However, the hotel is in a posh neighborhood that is very safe. For the money, it is an excellent choice for backpackers or those with extended vacations who can't afford a more expensive hotel in the heart of the city.

When we arrived at the hotel, it was so dark. The taxi driver actually missed it and had to back up. Granted that we arrived past midnight, I would have still expected some lights on at least in the reception area, since it is a hotel, and the receptionist was told to expect us at a late hour. Our room was on the 4th floor. It gave me the creeps that there was an armoire that was situated in the corridor that blocked half of the door to our room. Our room was supposedly the last available in the place, so there was no point in asking to be moved. When we entered the room, it was weird that there was a feather (from a feather duster, I guessed) stuck in the curtain. I thought that was careless of the cleaning crew to have left that behind. There was a mosquito or some other insect flying around. The towels also did not seem clean. Were it not for the late hour and the fact that other hotels I had called earlier were fully booked, I would have seriously considered getting out of there. The next day, we had to catch an early train. We asked the receptionist to call for a taxi. After 2 calls and waiting for about 10-15 minutes, he told us there was no taxi available. It was only after I pressed him for alternatives that he told us that a taxi stand was within a 5-minute walk around the corner. I would not come back to this hotel.

Room options

Single Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 1

Twin Room

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Triple Room

Full 1 | Sleeps 3

Family Room, Connecting Rooms

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

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52% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 41 reviews