Hotel Pierre Nicole
39, rue Pierre-Nicole, Paris, France
Doubles from: $115
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Reviewed by EuroCheapo.com Editors
Located one block from the Port-Royal RER station, the tidy Hotel Pierre-Nicole offers convenient (if stylistically unexciting) two-star rooms at decent rates.
Pros: Convenient location close to RER station. Well-kept rooms.
Cons: Not exactly “cheapo”. Closes for three weeks in August.
The Pierre-Nicole’s 33 rooms are kept clean and pretty, with functional, prefab furnishings that are a bit ‘80s. No antiques here, but everything is in good condition, from the red drapes to the navy blue carpets, and the hotel exudes a quiet and peaceful vibe.
All rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV (with stations in English and German), free Wi-Fi and a telephone. Twin rooms facing the street are equipped with double-paned windows to keep the sound out. Private baths have nice gray tiling, hair dryers, and showers (some tubs available).
The hotel’s chief selling point is its location, a two-minute walk from the Port-Royal RER station, from which you can take line B direct to Charles de Gaulle airport.
With double rates that hang around €100 no matter the season, the Pierre-Nicole doesn’t strike us as a particularly "Cheapo" deal. However, we’re listing it as it would be a reliable and clean option that’s still affordable.
Breakfast is available for €10. Smoking rooms are available.
Note: The hotel is closed the first three weeks of August each year for vacation, and the management recommends reserving (by calling or emailing the hotel) at least three weeks in advance.
Note: This hotel was visited by a EuroCheapo editor. This review is based on cleanliness, location, price and overall quality. EuroCheapo did not charge this hotel to be listed.
About the Hotel Pierre Nicole neighborhood
The student district of Paris since the 13th century, the Latin Quarter is located in the Left Bank's 5th arrondissement, and includes the Ile de la Cité in the center of the Seine. It's home to the Sorbonne University, the vast Jardin des Plantes on its eastern end, the Place St-Michel, the iconic Panthéon on the Ste-Geneviève hilltop, and Notre Dame cathedral on the Ile de la Cité.