Abotel Beaugency

21, rue Duvivier, 7th Arr., Paris, Île-de-France, 75007, France
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
21%
41
Poor
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Forum Posts

Luxembourg Gardens Tennis

by personne

How does one go about playing tennis in the Jardin du Luxembourg. Does one need to sign-up or just show-up? Is there a reservation system or membership system.
Thanks for any information.
Frances McLaren

Re: Luxembourg Gardens Tennis

by TheWanderingCamel

There are six courts at the Jardins du Luxembourg. Normally, to book a court in advance, you must first register , either online -

http://www.paris.fr/portail/loisirs/Portal.lut?page_id=153

French only, or in person and obtain a free ID number (identifiant in French) and access code (code d'acces) that will allow you to log into the system. As of 25/03/2010, registration for the Jardin du Luxembourg is suspended but you can simply show up with your partner and wait for the next available court, though it's a good idea to have someone fluent in French call ahead
( +33-1-43-25-79-18) and ask when the courts are open to walk-ups.

It costs 6.50 € per hour for outdoor courts (or 50 € for a 10-hour ticket), Reduced rates apply weekdays before 11 a.m. remember to bring your passport for identification each time you play.

Re: Luxembourg Gardens Tennis

by personne

Merci mille fois. C'est exactement les informations que J'ai besoin.
Frances McLaren

Travel Tips for Paris

No rain, good book, jardin...

by Lilasel

I love parks & gardens, actually I'm from green city...
Two huges parks - Bois de Boulogne at the west of Paris and Bois de Vincennes at the east part - are saving parisians.
But there are a few famous gardens as Tuilleries or Luxembourg as well as less famous but also beautiful - the park of Monceau.
It's not raining all the time in Paris, so you can have a good rest in one of them, just find a suitable book somewhere in popular "Gibert Jeune" shop (la place St-Michel 5 arr. or Boulevard St-Denis 2 arr.) or somewhere at the second-hand book-sellers along the Seine...
My best way for respite

Tour Eiffel at night (2003)

by Mikebond

The Tour Eiffel gets a special intermittent illumination at regular intervals at night (I think it is at the minute 15 of every hour). During the rest of the night it is also illuminated, but with fix lights, as you see in the last picture of this tip. We took these photos from the top of the Tour Maine-Montparnasse. I recomment you'd climb it, too, in order to enjoy such a beautiful view!

Take a photgraph of the Arc de...

by sheryl_tan

Take a photgraph of the Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel. Near the Louvre Museum, the arch was modelled after the Arch of Constantine in Rome. As with the Triumph arch, this arch was built by Napoleon to commemorate his victories and the army who had won them. Initially, the bronze horses from Saint Marc of Venice was taken and placed on top of the Arch, but these were later returned after WWII. Now, on top the arch,there is soldiers on horses underneath of which, one finds the names of the battles and treaties of Napoleon.

Simple, tasteful, Parisian Style

by davequ

One of my Paris guilty pleasures:

Admiring the basic style, "Bon gout" or good taste - one of the reasons why sitting at a cafe is the joy that it is.


Style is buyin' your moms a house

Style is a clean mouth

Style is puppy breath

Style is no fear of death
.. Prince

Packing List

by lindsayb25

Bring an umbrella! Stick to battery powered electronics. Try not to bring things that need to be plugged in, obviously because of the different voltages and outlets. Convertors can be expensive, depending on whether or not you need an adaptor. But, my electric toothbrush was going to cost me 60Euro just to plug in...so I went to a pharmacy and bought a regular one!

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 Abotel Beaugency

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Address: 21, rue Duvivier, 7th Arr., Paris, Île-de-France, 75007, France