Abotel Garden Opera

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

65, rue du Chateau d'Eau, 10th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75010, France
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Costs 34% less but rated 38% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Metro to Tour Montparnasse

by miff37

Does the metro station Montparnasse Bienvue have direct entry to Tour Montparnasse?

Re: Metro to Tour Montparnasse

by Maryimelda

I can't answer that for sure, but if you come out of Metro Bienvenue through the main Gare Montparnasse exit, you will see the Tour Montparnasse right in front of you.

Re: Metro to Tour Montparnasse

by cubsur

Montparnasse Bienvenue (there's a mis-named station if ever there was one) is a horrible maze of underground passages Many times have I walked those tunnels.

The good news is that the Tour is much closer to the metro than the main station and there is an exit right opposite.


Travel Tips for Paris

The Paris entertainment bible

by vanessadb

Didn't really know where to write this tip and it is after all a general one, so here it is:

During your stay in Paris, the best way to find out what is happening in the city is to buy "Pariscope." You'll find everything in it, movies, theater plays, exhibitions, restaurants, special events, etc.

You can buy it at any newspaper stand for less than 1 euro.

Paris on a budget

by Dabs

I often hear how expensive Paris is but like any large city there are things you can do to cut costs.


Museum Pass-My favorite Paris tip is the museum pass if you are looking to see lots of stuff. Not only is it a money saver but you get to bypass those often long lines. Musee Carnavalet (Paris history museum) is free every day.


On a beautiful sunny day there is nothing like grabbing lunch at the supermarket and having a picnic at the park/gardens. Grab a baguette, cheese, salami, beverages and some sort of pastry.

Another good budget option are the many inexpensive places in the Latin Quarter, lots of doner kebabs (gyros more or less).


I've been to Paris four times and I haven't spent over $100US for a room, although December 2003 came awfully close. Don't overlook the 2 star hotels, often they are quite nice and can be charming as well.


The view from the top of the Samarataine Department store is excellent and free


by thinking

Paris is all about history, but our free market system concentrates on selling the tourist key chains of the Eiffel tower,
medicore food, and uses the former Royal properties for tourism.

It is very important to understand how what happened in Paris hundreds of years ago is still affecting your life.
However, this is never discussed for fear of another "French Revolution".

When I need a break from this saturation of history and culture, I look to the mountain areas of France.
The two most important mountain ranges of France are the Alps and the Pyrenees.
The highest peak is the Mont Blanc 4 808 metres above sea level and is in the Haute Savoie region.

There are 7 principle mountain regions in France

The Alps
Auvergne, Massif Central
Jura..................................................2.5 hours from Paris on the TGV
Vosges............................................soon only 1.5 hours from Paris on the TGV when this line is complete
Corsica Paris taught me, through its history, how Religion and the Royals set the tone and conditions for life for everyone.
Building monuments to their own "glory" prevailed, funded of course, on the backs of the people.

Capitalsim doesn't follow this method.
Instead, it's goal is only profit, and money is used to amass more production so they can gain more profit.

Paris clearly illustrates these two methods, and I am forever grateful to her for that!

One thing you should...

by elaine2u

One thing you should definitely learn to do before going to Paris is to learn how to say a few basic French words properly (I mean it! Properly). Especially the greetings ('Bonjour' for 'Good morning', 'Bonsoir' for 'Good evening', 'Bon Nuit' for 'Good night', 'Merci Beaucoup' for 'Thank you very much' and 'Au revoir' for 'goodbye'.) I often heard, before taking my trip to Paris, that Parisians were not friendly but I found out that they respect you for respecting them, their language, their people and their city. I had no problems, I met Parisians who were very helpful and friendly.

Digital Camera


digital camera is the best way to take pics-absolutely crisp shots afforded. However, be sure to get a converter (if nec.) for the battery charger! Nothing quite so sad as realizing you have a dead battery and can't take shots of all the beautiful Parisian scenery!!:(


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Address: 65, rue du Chateau d'Eau, 10th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75010, France