BEST WESTERN PREMIER Hotel Trocadero la Tour,  Paris 

4.0/5  - based on 445 guest reviews.
5 Bis Rue Massenet, 75116, Paris, France - See map
+33 1 45244303 +33 1 45 244139

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The BEST WESTERN PREMIER Trocadero La Tour is a charming hotel located just a stones throw from the Champs-Elysees and the Trocadero. In the heart of the prestigious 16th arrondissement, the BEST WESTERN PREMIER Trocadero La Tour welcomes you for a charming stay. Close to the rue de Passy with its elegant boutiques, the Eiffel Tower and the Champs de Mars, you are sure to be thrilled by our hotel which will meet all your expectations.

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BEST WESTERN PREMIER Trocadero la Tour,Paris
  • 1
    « Unpleasant and unhelpful staff »

    While the hotel itself is perfectly nice, and well situated, I was absolutely shocked by the poor level of service. WHen an 80-year old family friend called to leave a message, the staff refused to take a message saying that it was hotel policy to not accept messages. Really? This is acceptable in a highway motel. Not for a 4 star hotel, charting 250 euros a night. Simple decency would have dictated taking this message.

    4
    « Pretty nice »

    The hotel was situated in a nice old building on a quiet street with little traffic. The atmosphere was cozy and the service was friendly.The room was small, but the bed was comfortable. The bathroom had a bathtub, which is always an added bonus. The breakfast buffet did not have the widest selection but everything necessary.

    3
    « Good if irritating »

    This is a nice midrange hotel with comfortable if sometimes loud rooms and near to metro, restaurants, & c. The Eiffel Tower is a short after dinner walk away. The breakfast is... inconsistent. During the week it was up and running at the promised time, with the usual continental stuff plus eggs, bacon and sausage. On the weekend, its timing was random and the staff were mysteriously absent, except when chatting or arguing with each other and ignoring guests. Surprisingly (it is Paris, after all), the coffee is terrible. Would not buy breakfast again here for sure.

    4
    « European Boutique Hotel - Buffet breakfast »

    Conveniently located on a picturesque side street off Rue Passy. Walking distance to eateries, bistros and cafes. About 10 minute walk to the Eiffel Tower and the hop on hop off bus stop. A small mall with a grocery store is only minutes away. This hotel has the smallest elevator I've ever been in... Rated for 3 persons I would suggest they better be thin... Other than for the suitcases I suggest taking the narrow winding staircase to the upper floors... All part of the charm of this quaint hotel. The buffet breakfast is delightful.... In addition to the expected croissants, cheese and fruit there is also western style scrambled eggs, crispy bacon and sausage... And ample coffee and juice to wash it all down! If you are looking for a modern hotel with a fancy bar and full service restaurant then this is not the place for you. But if you want a decent clean hotel in a good area of the city with a bit of old world charm than I would recommend you check this place out!

    5
    « Cosy but lovely! »

    Lovely hotel hidden from all of the hustle and bustle of the main road. 10 minute walk from the local attraction- Eiffel Tower where all the tourists are, so perfect distance for a quiet nights sleep. It's a 4 star hotel and that is what you get- very clean. No issues with staff, the reception lady was lovely. 10 minute walk to metro Passy. Don't forget that at the end of your stay you have to pay city tax!!

    4
    « Week in Paris...Great Location! »

    The overall appeal of this hotel is the location. The hotel is about a five-ten minute walk from the Eiffel Tower and is located in a very friendly neighborhood. There is a Monoprix(like Walgreens or Target) right down the street. The subway station is also a short walk away. The room was clean and we were not disappointed. We have been to Paris twice and we have stayed at this hotel twice. 10/10 would recommend.

    5
    « Lovely little gem »

    Firstly, it was 37 degrees when we visited over the bank holiday weekend for our first wedding anniversary so the fact there was air con in the room meant we had died and gone to heaven! The hotel is really easy to find just off rue de passy. We arrived hot and weary, the lovely receptionist spoke English to us as she could see our French was pretty poor! She said they had upgraded us to a superior room, which was indeed super! Such a cute hotel we were on the 2nd floor which is either up the lovely spiral staircase or in the worlds tiniest lift that's a hidden door! It was just the 2 of us and the hand luggage size suitcase and we were squashed in! But happy to be on the way to our room. Inside the room was big especially by Paris standards with two cupboards 1 with hanging wardrobe 1 with the safe in and shelving unit either side of the inset bed. The room looked out onto the quiet street that the hotels located on with a large open sliding window and a railing come balcony type thing but it was too hot to open that! Large black out curtains helped with the lay in the next morning when really we should've got up but got in far to late the night before! Lovely bathroom with toiletries and bath and shower. Mini bar which I was very good and didn't touch plus a desk area and tv. We only stayed for one night so unfortunately didn't get to see much else of the hotel and didn't have breakfast as we went out and over to the Trocadero for our breakfast patisseries. Lovely cute hotel with a nice large room, I did take a video but can't upload those so it's just a sad photo of the bathroom I've got to show for it!

    5
    « Excellent. Will stay here again. »

    We had a really enjoyable stay here. The hotel was just far away from the hustle and bustle of the tower area, but close enough to make it an easy short walk to it. The staff were excellent. They were helpful and polite without being intrusive. I'm alright at French, but when I hit my limits, they all spoke perfect English, which was really appreciated. My fiancé can't speak a word of French, but they were more than happy to speak to her in English from the start when she spoke to them. I got the impression that the staff were genuinely nice people who wanted to help you enjoy your time in their city. I should also note that the air-con in the room is very effective and easy to adjust to your comfort. The Passy Metro stop is very nearby and offers easy access all over Paris. There's a marvelous (and peaceful) view of the tower from the Pont de Bir-Hakeim, around 10 mins walk away. It's a really interesting bridge in its own right, with a beautiful old raised metal viaduct carrying the metro above. We took croissants here from a bakery near the hotel for breakfast. There was barely anyone around and it was one of the highlights of our trip. We also took a cruise, with Champagne, with Vedettes de Paris from near the bridge. We didn't have to fight the crowds to get a good seat on top of the boat and it looked more comfortable than the others that we passed. This was a very special trip for us because it's when I proposed to my fiancé. The stress free experience with the hotel, and its easy access to all the sites made this trip extra special. I'd 100% recommend this hotel and will definitely stay here again.

    5
    « All good »

    Great time at this hotel. Staff very freindly and helpfull. Rooms nice and clean with working aircon. Didnt have the breakfast option but plenty of places nearby selling pastries, bread , crepes etc. Went with my son for 4 days. Love walking and easily walked to the main tourist attractions. Eiffel tower 20 min walk; louvre just over an hour .Ideal base if you dont mind a bit of light walking exercise. 31 kms walked on our longest day.

    4
    « Pleasantly surprised! »

    I travelled to Paris with my mom, and we booked a room at the Trocadero La Tour on points, so we were expecting something very average, and we were very happy with what we received. The room was extremely clean, bigger than what we had expected with an en-suite bathroom large enough to fit a toilet, a full bath/shower and sink (almost as big as the room itself). There was even a seating area in the room and a television and fully stocked minibar. The bed was also extremely comfortable. The best part of the trip though was hands down the service that we received. The cleaning staff were always happy and welcoming, and the staff at the reception were some of the best I have ever come across. When we first came in, we were greeted by Helene, who had a great conversation with us and made us feel extremely welcome. Our room wasn't ready when we arrived (we got there at around 10 am when rooms were typically ready around 2 PM), so she took our bags aside and took our phone number, and called us when it was ready (at around noon). They even brought our bags all the way up to the seventh floor for us. The service only got better from there - they reserved a taxi for us without any problems the night before we left, and always greeted us with great hospitality every time we came back in. Needless to say, I was very impressed with the staff. The only downsides are the breakfast and the location. We didn't have breakfast included in our stay, and were told that the full buffet 19€ per person, which we found to be extremely expensive. There is a little bakery on Passy street just around the corner that we went to instead - you can buy croissants, baguette, pain au chocolat for a fraction of the price and still have a good breakfast. As for the location, it's not terrible, but not as much fun as when we stayed on the other side of the Seine in the 7th arrondissement. Passy street (which is pretty bustling for shopping) is a stone's throw away, but the more popular Trocadero area is about a kilometre away. The good thing is that the area is quiet at night and not full of tourists, so you get a good break from the crazy hustle and bustle of the town, but I would have liked to be a bit closer to all the attractions (although Passy and Trocadero metro are only about 10 minutes away on foot). All in all, great experience, and I would definitely recommend it and stay here again!

  • 5
    « Quiet location in a side street »

    I have stayed at this hotel a number of times over the last 3 years. The rooms are quiet, very clean, and each room has a kettle, cups, and tea and coffee. There is free wifi. The breakfasts are good. The staff are very friendly and helpful. It is a block away from the Passy Plaza, and Passy street has many boutiques, shops, restaurants, and there are a number of pharmacies. It is also within walking distance of two metros.

    3
    « Small! »

    Spent two nights here while visiting family in Paris. Location is perfect but the room is tiny and even for the location I felt it a bit uncomfortable because it was so small. I had a ground floor room with no views at all and very little natural light so it all felt a bit claustrophobic! Breakfast is €16 pp not included in the rate and looks overpriced for what you get.many restaurants just outside so best to venture out for breakfast. Staff were warm and friendly. Bathroom was a wet room so whole place was wet after a shower and unusable until it dried a couple of hours later. Housekeeping does a great job in keeping rooms clean and tidy. May be acceptable for one night only if you only need a place to sleep.

    5
    « Good hotel, good location, good service »

    I have stayed here twice on business, and plan to stay again when I return. This hotel is just charming, and the staff are very helpful. The building is old, but well kept, with nicely updated bathrooms. There are some things that appear a little worn, such as the doors; however, I appreciate the attempt to maintain the old charm of past architecture. I see others complain about the small rooms, but I think that is not unusual for older hotels in this area (king sized beds were probably uncommon in hotels when this one was built, and they take up considerable space). Breakfast is done very well, and if you don't want to get dressed and go downstairs, you can order continental breakfast delivered to your room. The location is also great. I'm not sure that I would classify this hotel as a luxury hotel, but it is very nice and comfortable.

    5
    « Fantastic »

    To sum everything up: There is basically no reason to stay anywhere else while visiting Paris. Location, comfort and especially the excellent service will want you to come back for more. Our stay was fantastic.

    5
    « Another wonderful stay »

    I love returning here every six months on my business trips. It is peaceful, with great internet and located close to two metro stations. The staff are friendly and accommodating, and the beds and room amenities top notch

    4
    « Romantic Affordable Trip to Paris with Husband »

    This hotel is located in the most convenient of locations. You can walk to Sephora and many clothing and resale shops. Very nice location to visit the tower and within a short distance. Lovely Italian restaurant down the street and many French cafes for breakfast or lunch. Most important is it is located very close to a Metro stop that is not over crowded and centrally located.

    3
    « Alex »

    My girlfriend and I stayed at the BEST WESTERN PREMIER Trocadero La Tour for just one night for my loyalty points, and it was well situated. They have wonderful staff, Camille at reception was always smiling and willing to help with anything. The hotel also has very nice breakfast with a lots of options. The only reason I rated it average is because the owners have to think of a bit of renovation. The room itself was clean, but a lots of things let it down, the bathroom was old and dumped, during the night when going to the bathroom the floor was covered of ants.

    5
    « Charming hotel »

    This was my first trip to Paris and I was travelling with a friend who had stayed here. Very charming, wonderful service and in a great neighborhood. Everything is within walking distance and this hotel is close to the Eiffel Tower. Our room overlooked the street and had a Juliet balcony which was great in the morning while drinking coffee and eating croissants.

    4
    « Romantic Break »

    Lovely stay in a beautiful hotel. All clean and comfortable. Only downside was we were awoken by a neighbouring room's alarm at 1.30am on both nights of our stay. Otherwise would happily recommend. Staff were polite and helpful and the location was good too.

    4
    « A good hotel in a good neiborhood »

    A good hotel full of character and genuine Paris charm. Friendly staff that tried to accommodate all our needs. Well worth the price, but a lack of attention to detail makes it a four instead of a five, all in all a very pleasant stay.

  • 5
    « Excellent hotel »

    I thoroughly enjoyed this hotel during a recent business trip to Paris. Its a quiet neighborhood but one block away from the best shopping street in paris and within walking distance of a number of good restaurants. The staff were extremely accommodating, kind, and friendly. The breakfast is excellent, rooms very clean and quiet. I will return to this hotel that is great value for the money.

    4
    « Pretty hotel in nice location, walking distance to Eiffel Tower »

    We booked this hotel through lastminute.com as a secret hotel and we were more than happy with it - it is situated just off a bustling shopping street in the 16th arondissement with a metro stop less than ten mins walk away. You can walk to the Eiffel Tower in around 10-12 mins if you don't fancy hopping on the metro for one stop. There are lots of lively cafes/brasseries very close by where you can breakfast if you don't want to get breakfast in the hotel. Our room was really nicely-decorated, with a small but fully equipped bathroom. The room itself was quite large for Paris standards and the bed was comfy (and there were extra pillows in the cupboard!) All-in-all, I would recommend this hotel and would definitely consider it for a future stay. Special thanks to Camille at the front desk who was utterly charming and pleasant.

    5
    « really good choice ! »

    This charming small boutique hotel was perfect for our week stay. It's on a quiet side street and in a perfect location to go wherever you want to. The Paris Metro is very easy to negotiate and the Passy station was only a few blocks away. Our room was roomy with a good sized bathroom and very good maid service daily! There is no restaurant but offers a continental breakfast at an additional charge, which one is really good. Comfortable lobby, but minimal concierge service, we have been to Paris several times and will definitely stay here in the next trip!

    1
    « Absolute filth »

    This is by far, the worst ever hotel I have stayed in. God knows how it was a top secret hotel on Last Minute. On entry, there was foreign objects on the stairwell which was a huge trip hazard. The room seemed okay at first but on closer inspection, was dirty, tiles broken, stains all over the place. The poo stains from the last occupants turned the toilet water a shade of brown whilst the shower ran a yellow color as they must have peed in the bathtub before they left. These are things the guest services staff should be checking before renting the room out to the next guest. The air con didn't work either so had to sleep with the windows open. What a mistake that was as the noise was ridiculous throughout the night, but even only being on the 4th floor, the room was very hot which wasn't good. To be honest, I'm surprised this has had so many good reviews and is even still running, maybe the other guests are coming from less clean countries. I'd take a picture of the toilet but don't want to risk being banned etc. Just absolute vile hotel. Only ten minutes walk to the Eiffel Tower though.

    3
    « Completely as expected! »

    This was the place we stayed our first 3 nights in France. From the reviews here, I didn't expect anything large. We actually stayed in two different rooms. The one on the 2nd floor was significantly larger than the one on the 4th floor, however both were completely satisfactory. (Note to American travelers- pack a washcloth, most French hotels don't provide these!). Our bed was comfy, the room was well dressed and clean. There were plenty of shops and restaurants of various style within walking distance as well as easy walking distance to the Metro. The staff did speak English, some better than others and were great with suggestions. The buffet was not included with our stay. Our only complaint was directions to where we could park our car in a parking garage. (The street spots were all taken.) We went easily to where we directed to and was told by the front desk it was a 24 hour parking. When we went back to pick up our car on Sunday morning, it was clearly not open on Sundays as well as not 24 hour. We were forced to stay in Paris another day (we were supposed to head to Osny that night). Fortunately, this didn't screw up our trip since the Trocadero did have another room we could rent for that night (thus the need for two different rooms.) but apparently this isn't the only time it has happened to hotel guests. The hotel needs to make sure they clarify to people what parking garage it is that is 24/7 as well as let the guests know that some can get their car locked in on Sundays or late night. Had we been needing to catch a flight we would have been in a very miserable situation. Perhaps a simple paper map with directions to exactly which parking garage, easily copied would have saved us a lot of grief! (But can I complain about another night's stay in Paris? Not too much!)

    1
    « Noisy room »

    I had a room on the 7th floor with a very noisy plant /machinery running constantly through the night. A nightmare. I asked to be changed but they said that there were no other rooms even though the place was extremely quiet.

    5
    « Nice 4 star hotel with charm »

    The hotel is located on rue Massenet, 1 minute walk to rue de Passy, with bus and metro stations. The area is quiet and than upper class district well know. A baseline for an extensive city break, this hotel is perfect. The room are nicely refurbished, and are therfore very confortable and very clean. It was on the Empire-style concentrated, the overall impression was very positive. The staff was very nice, they do speak English. Perfect location, easy to catch the metro. Shopping posibilities in the corner, with mini shopping mall (Zara home, supermarket, starbucks,...)

    5
    « Really good location and very helpful staff »

    I will definitely recommend this hotel, very good location close to Eiffel Tower and metro station. Front desk staff were very helpful providing maps and bottle openers especially Capucine. !Room clean and tidy.

    4
    « Gallic charm with parisien chic »

    A last minute booking for a business trip I found this charming hotel that ticked all the boxes - good value (for Paris), clean, accessible, and charming in a Gallic way. Good WiFi and extra pillows. Will be back again.

    4
    « Good location, great shopping »

    Overall great hotel, good location, 10 minute walk from the Eiffel tower and great shopping and close to the metro. It's in a more expensive part of Paris which is nice. Yes, the rooms are small but it's Paris! The staff was very nice and knowledge and helpful. I would recommend this hotel!

  • 5
    « Nice place in the 16th district »

    Have stayed here a number of times when I have come to Paris for meetings at the OECD. It is about a 15 minute walk to the OECD and in a nice neighborhood. The price is reasonable for Paris and the staff are quite friendly. Whenever I have had a problem they are most willing to fix it.

    3
    « Great location - Close to Eiffel Tower and Metro »

    This Best Western is exactly what you expect from a Best Western anywhere in the world. It is a basic hotel with simple amenities. The lobby is very comfortable with good seating and friendly concierge. It is a great location the neighbourhood has lots of shopping both local boutiques and international chains. There is a great wine shop and a fantastic pâtisserie less than 5 minute walk away (perfect for baguettes, chocolate croissants and French Wine!). I was very happy with the selection for this hotel and I would recommend it to someone travelling to Paris.

    1
    « Not good! »

    Very disappointed with this hotel. Very expensive for very little! Staff helpful but surroundings leave a lot to be desired..... From false fire alarms to exploding bulbs, poor breakfast offerings, and ongoing building works

    4
    « Very nice location »

    Very nice and great location in a wonderful neighborhood. Easy access to the touristy parts of Paris and a wonderful retreat from once you are done. One word of warning - there is a public parking under Passy plaza which is completely closed on Sunday. You cannot enter; and more importantly, you cannot exit this public parking until Monday after 8:30 am. When receiving parking instructions from hotel reception, verify that you have directions to the correct, and further away, public parking

    3
    « Not a luxury hotel »

    Typical tourist hotel. Young and friendly staff but the hotel itself is just working its excellent location. Monument classé gives them carte blanche not to upgrade a minimum of imperfections such as a minimum of soundproofing of the windows or the walls so you don't have to hear the street, the people and their TVs, or even coughing .. On top of that, I would strongly advise anyone reading this to avoid Lastminute.com's bait-and-switch "secret hotel" that suckered me into thinking I had a luxury hotel. The price is only slightly less than through a Google search and the hotel is from being a luxury hotel as suggested in their advertising (and trick of hiding the hotel until you pay for it); in fact, their description "minutes on foot from the Eiffel Tower is nonsense"

    5
    « Exceptionnel »

    This hotel have a great location and overall we had a lovely stay here. Very friendly, hospitable and accommodating receptionists, especially Helene and Capucine who provided us quite a lot of useful info for restaurants. Would definitely stay again and recommend to others.

    3
    « Lovely hotel but... »

    My wife and I decided to go to Paris for our anniversary for 3 days and these hotel looked great for that. Very close to the Eiffel Tower and the center. We checked in and what our suprise when we found our room! It was a sardine can! So so small that we felt depressed and we asked if we could please be transfer to another one, the lady said yes but will be charged 30euros per night extra which at the end we paid more because the taxes are not included. Ok fine! Our next room was much much better, with a balcony and a little coffe table, more space and a lovely bathroom, all clean and spot on. The receptionist was lovely. Here is the bad thing, you will hear noises from all around the hotel: The lift going down and up. The guest from other rooms, you can hear all conversations they are having (the walls are like paper so better you don't get a party in the room next to yours). Doors opening and clossing. Noises in the early morning. It was very annoying because the quality of the room and the hotel is good but the noise is so upsetting. Don't know if I will come back again.

    4
    « Lovely day »

    Myself and my partner stayed here for a few nights for a surprise birthday present. What a beautiful hotel!! When we arrived we got a free upgrade and the receptionist Helene was very friendly and helpful. The room was the perfect size for the two of us. The Eiffel Tower is 15 minutes away if you know where you are going but it was quite fun getting lost because you get to see all the little back streets. I would recommend this hotel for a few nights stay

    3
    « Quite comfortable »

    The best thing about this hotel is the location. It is a mere 10 minute walk from the Eiffel Tower and very close to Passy Metro station where you can access the rest of Paris quickly and easily. The room was an adequate size with a fairly comfortable bed and space to hang clothes in the wardrobe. It was clean and presentable but had a bit of a funny smell initially. I contacted the concierge 2 weeks before via the website before coming to the hotel to find out the best way to travel from CDG airport, but was disappointed not to get a reply. It wouldn't have taken much for a quick email, as it is very straightforward to get a train to Denfert-Rocherau then change to Passy. Word of warning...the walls are paper thin. You can hear everything from the rooms next door. Not a huge problem unless you happen to be next door to the world's loudest snorers, like we were.

    5
    « Lovely Hotel within a stones throw of the Eiffel Tower »

    We stayed at the hotel for 4 nights during our Wedding Anniversary in August 2015, I contacted them prior to our trip to ask for a room with a view of the Eiffel Tower and was delighted when we arrived to be told that's what we had. From the start of our trip right through to leaving, the hotel staff were excellent, courteous to our limited grasp of the 'French' language and always friendly. The lift is small but funky and the room was a lot larger than we expected, always kept clean, had a balcony to relax on, free WiFi, and as we needed somewhere to relax as we had crammed lots in over the days we were in Paris it was perfect for our trip. As stated in other reviews, the hotel is within 10 minutes walk to the Eiffel Tower and 5 minutes walk to the 'Passy' Metro station. I would highly recommend the Trocadero la Tour, and will definitely stop there again in the future.

  • 4
    « Twin room. Fabulous location »

    My sister and I stayed here for five nights and loved every minute. Convenient to both la Muette & Passy undergrounds. Lovely little neighbourhood and a very quit street for central Paris. Easy walk to the Eiffel Tower and other attractions staff were polite and professional. The rooms were clean and the beds were fantastic. Loved every minute of it and can't wait to come back

    5
    « Great hotel! »

    This hotel was absolutely everything we had hoped for. Luxurious accommodations and located within walking distance of the Eiffel Tower and Champs Elysees. Service was excellent, and we would highly recommend this hotel to anyone traveling to Paris.

    5
    « Cute hotel in a great location »

    The location of this hotel is the best. You can walk to all of the sites in Paris from here. The decor of the hotel is very lovely. It is very much in keeping with what you would think a hotel in Paris should look like. Loved the period furnishings. Also loved the fact that this is a no smoking hotel! Only 41 rooms gives this a cozy feel. Staff was very responsive to my e-mail sent prior to my arrival. Looking at other hotels in Paris I thought this was much more of a bargain. Hotels in Paris tend to be pretty expensive. At least you get a bit more for your money at this property.

    5
    « Best Ever »

    Great hotel since we got there, the arrival was efficient, got an upgrade so made it even better. Nice view of the top of the Eiffel Tower from our room, big bathroom, small elevator but we like using the stairs to balance the great dinners. Excelent service from the recepcionist and the young man in the breakfast area. So overall a Great Experience in Paris.

 

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·From: The north. Boulevard Peripherique. Exit Porte de Passy - Av. Ingre - Muette - Rue de Passy - turn right by Mall Passy Plaza on Rue Massenet - BEST WESTERN PREMIER Trocadero La Tour is on your left. ·From: The south. Boulevard Peripherique. Exit Porte de Passy - Av. Ingre - Muette - Rue de Passy - turn right by Mall Passy Plaza on Rue Massenet - BEST WESTERN PREMIER Trocadero La Tour is on your left. ·From: The east. Boulevard Peripherique. Exit Porte de Passy - Av. Ingre - Muette - Rue de Passy - turn right by Mall Passy Plaza on Rue Massenet - BEST WESTERN PREMIER Trocadero La Tour is on your left. ·From: The west. Boulevard Peripherique. Exit Porte de Passy - Av. Ingre - Muette - Ru...

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