Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Paris Stay: Austin's Saint Lazare Hotel

Looking for a place to stay in Paris is a battle if you don't have patience to keep searching on the Internet a head of time before your trip. Plus, there are so much things to consider, talking about the budget, locations, customer service, and comfort. Paris is not that cheap. They have high maintenance. Thankfully, I manage to score a hotel for us to stay without braking our bank account, and has everything we need! The online reviews are overwhelming, I have to believed them. So I booked our stay here.

This is not a five stars hotel, so we knew what we were getting. The rooms are small, pretty much typical European rooms. Even the lift is small. After all, it built for the typical tiny European people. :) But, it was cozy, warm, and homey. The people who works the hotel are very helpful and friendly. They are awesome. The hotel is ideally located in the central location, next to the Gare St. Lazare terminal train station, and the metro station is a throw stones away. There are also so many restaurants and shopping stores nearby.

The complimentary daily breakfast is good. Typical Parisian breakfast are croissants, baguette, cheeses, coffee, orange juice, and hot chocolate. They also serve fresh fruit, yogurt, and cereal. All are good.

Over all I love our stay here. We feel like a local in Paris.

Travel Period: November 2012

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