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Dear guests,

Please be aware that my studio belongs to the budget accommodation category, so read the description below AND the house rules before booking and make sure you are comfortable with them.

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Bed type: Pull-out Sofa
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 0
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: 4:00 PM
Check Out: 1:00 PM


Extra people: $9 / night after the first guest
Cleaning Fee: $40
Security Deposit: $515
Weekly Price: $354 /week
Monthly Price: $1486 /month
Cancellation: Strict


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Carbon Monoxide Detector
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1 night minimum stay

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From San Francisco, CA · June 2015

From San Francisco, CA · June 2015
Response from Juliette:

Thank you Gene for your great review !

June 2015

From Oklahoma City, OK · June 2015
Response from Juliette:

Thank you for your review Austin. I acknowledge that the area just outside Château-Rouge metro station is not nice, which is why I advise my guests to use Anvers station on line 2. Unfortunately, because it is the closest station, most of my guests usually don't listen to my advice. By using Anvers station or Jules Joffrin station, which is what I do myself, one avoids walking through the area leading to Château-Rouge station and can also enjoy a beautiful walk through old traditional Paris. So dear guests who are reading these lines, please use the tips I'll give you if you book my place (-:

June 2015

From Stockholm, Sweden · June 2015

From Washington, DC · June 2015
Response from Juliette:

Thank you for your nice review. I am glad you enjoyed your stay.

June 2015

From Grand Rapids, MI · May 2015
Response from Juliette:


Quite frankly, I am really fed up with guests who book my studio only because it is cheap, but don't bother reading the description/reviews and then complain about everything. Your review is not fair at all. You said :

1/ "The flat had everything that we needed, however it is absolutely not a "luxurious and stylish apartment." My listing was never called "a luxurious and stylish apartment", but simply "Studio in Montmartre" ! Also, the first thing that appears on my listing, which you obviously didn't read, is this :

Dear guests,

Please be aware that my studio belongs to the budget accommodation category, so read the description below AND the house rules before booking and make sure you are comfortable with them.

2/ "The flat is on the top, 5th floor and there is no lift". IT IS CLEARLY WRITTEN IN THE DESCRIPTION, if you didn't read it, what can I do ?

3/ "The flat is very very small. There is no bathroom door, just a curtain". All of this clearly appears in the pictures. Did you look at them before booking ?

4/ Regarding your comments about the Château-Rouge neighbourhood, not only didn't you read the description nor look at the pictures before booking, but you didn't even read the information I sent you a week before you arrived either. I suggested you use Anvers metro station, not Château-Rouge. I sent you a map on how to reach the studio from this particular station, but you didn't use it and now complain that you had to take the metro in a multi-cultural area. Yes, what you call a ghetto is actually a multi-cultural area.

Also, if you had read the information I sent you before you arrived, you would not have called me at 10:30 pm to ask me how to open the door to the building as it was written in the instructions I sent you.

5/ "the pillows are awful/ I'd also recommend bringing your own hair dryer" : Only you have complained about the pillows and hair dryer so far, out of 150 reviews.

You clearly admit that you booked without knowing what you were booking, thus I cannot be blamed for your booking a studio without reading the description, looking at the pictures or reading the reviews, as I cannot be blamed for your having expectations that do not match a 45€/night studio. Overall, I find your comments totally unbecoming and unjustified.

May 2015

From Calgary, Canada · May 2015
Response from Juliette:

Thank you Julia for your review. All the best, Juliette

May 2015

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Paris, France
Member since May 2012
Response rate: 100% (past 30 days)
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