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Courcelles Etoile Hotel Paris3 Stars
184 Rue De Courcelles Paris FR-75017
It is situated in a privileged location at the very heart of the 17th arrondissement of Paris and offers convenient access to the popular landmarks of the city which includes Flame of Liberty and Place du Tertre.
It boasts 40 rooms and suites that are comfortable, well furnished and equipped with modern amenities such as mini bar, in room safe and flat screen TV.
Several restaurants are available in the surroundings, where guests can enjoy a wide variety of local, regional and international cuisines.
Courcelles Etoile Hotel Paris enjoys close proximity to most of the eye-catching attractions of the city which includes the Palais De Tokyo, one of the most creative and fun museum in Paris. Guests can enjoy theatrical performances at the Palais Garnier, when leisure permits.
- 1 km to the City Centre
- 2 km to the Train Station (Saint Lazare)
- 23 km to the Airport (Charles De Guelle)
- Bar / Lounge
- Laundry Facilities
- Faxing Facilities
- Parking Facilities (At Cost)
- Internet Access - High Speed
- Photocopying Facilities
- Cable / Satellite TV
- Mini Bar
- Ensuite / Private Bathroom
Courcelles Etoile Hotel Paris Guest Reviews (1)
Rooms extremely small and bathroom has great bath but you have to hold the shower hose to have a shower. Otherwise nicely renovated.
Anonymous wrote on September 3, 2006
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Overall Guest Rating
Courcelles Etoile Hotel Paris Guest Reviews
4 out of 5
Rooms extremely small and bathroom has great bath but you have to hold the shower hose to have a shower. Otherwise nicely renovated.Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed September 3, 2006