Family Inn – One Star

This Inn is a great example of a classic family run business. Reservations are taken by hand on a good old paper calendar. The keys hang in a wooden key nook that is older than my grandfather.
This room is advertised at 85 euros a night, but we negotiated it down to 70 euros because we’re sweet and cute!

The Website Picture
One double bed.
The chairs are impractical
but do add a cute touch to
the otherwise sparse decor.
Small but private shower.

My Virtual Tour
The picture turned out to be a great representation of the room: simple, tasteful, aged around the edges, sunny, very charming. This hotel has zero amenities, but it’s location in a quaint pedestrian neighborhood surrounded by bakeries and restaurants is the best amenity a vacationer could want in Paris.
This little inn is not for the faint of heart. So if old world charm sounds too much like roughing it, tattered towels are not your idea of a romantic weekend, or the idea of living without air conditioning during the heatwave gives you hives, or maybe your back just isn’t what it used to be climbing a winding staircase with your luggage … never fear; Hotels like the Holiday Inn will offer all of the comforts of home.

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