Atel Belta

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

46 rue Lucien Sampaix, 10th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75010, France
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Very Good
38%
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25%
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Poor
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2

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  • Couples68
  • Solo60
  • Business62

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Nightlife for one?

by Polymathholly

I'm travelling to Paris in a few months and have slowly begun to research activities I could do in the evenings. I'm travelling alone and I don't speak any French, so I was ruling out anything where speaking was involves since I won't be able to understand it.

I'm in my thirties and the nightclub scene doesn't hold much appeal for me anymore. (Been there, done that...you know)

Can anyone suggest any cool or unique nighttime stuff I might be able to try?

I will be in the city for 3 nights.


Thanks in advance!

Re: Nightlife for one?

by Roadquill

One of my favorite things to do in Paris when I am on my own is to hit the jazz caves. One of the more well known is Caveau Huchette on r Huchette (but there is usually a cover) or simple go to the other side of Blvd. St. Michel to r. Galand where there are several other jazz caves. Karl

Re: Nightlife for one?

by Aloe9678

I think limiting yourself from anything that involves speaking might be a little dramatic. There are people in Paris from all over the world, you could very easily find other people speaking your language.

What do you want to do?

Re: Nightlife for one?

by mesme

yeah! I've been in Paris a couple times and there's plenty to do and great places just for people watching. I'm in my 30s too and not really into the club scene anymore, but still like to go out. One thing you might look into are edgier, downloadable guides which are normally updated more frequently than the book form and often geared to a hip but sophisticated audience. Also blogs geared toward the english-speaking community in paris can be helpful (i like gogoparis.com because it seems to be really tapped into the pulse of the city - plus they too just came out with a cheap pdf guide that has recommendations from famous expat locals).

A fave of mine is La Perle (which i got from gogoparis) - impressive ambiance and chic patrons.

Enjoy and have fun!

Travel Tips for Paris

French Immersion..

by Canadian_girl

Eating creme brulee in a nice little restaurant on the Champs-Elysees, looking out at the Arc de Triomphe. I don't think you can get any more stereotypically French than that...

Also enjoyed when the shuttle bus driver asked me if I was Parisienne, which I took to be a great compliment for an Anglophone. Now, granted, he was Nigerian and probably not the best judge of my accent, but still... ;-)

You should go to the Abbey of...

by ainhoaflies

You should go to the Abbey of the Sacre Coeur, it's on Montmatre and it's beautiful in the inside, you can also go up to the dome. From the outside you'll get a beautiful view over Paris, some really nice gardens surround it!
Well, walking arround Montmartre is a must in Paris, enjoy the artists, the cafes, the little streets the history of many of the impressionists artists that lived in it's houses...

Art is Paris -- Paris is Art

by shrimp56

One of my favorite artists, Marc Chagall, has included Parisian icons in a number of his paintings. This one includes several very recognizable ones! [Not necessarily geographically accurate!]
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If you can, visit Palais Garnier/Opera de Paris to see Chagall's famous ceiling painting in the auditorium. It's actually more fun to sit high up in the balconies as you can get closer to it!

Doggie Bags Do Not Exist in Paris

by CALSF

Americans are accustomed to packing up their remaining restaurant meals and taking them home in a 'doggie bag'. Please don't ask to bring home any leftover food while in Paris. It's just not a custom there.

There are stories also about guests whose hotel offers buffet breakfasts. The guests would take extra food and bag them to eat for lunch so they will not need to purchase any food. Taking food from your hotel's dining room is a huge no-no also.

Burn the Baguette

by maestrousmc

From the Jardin des Tuilleries to the Parc du Camps de Mars amidst the Eiffel Tower, Paris offers so many marvelous parks in which to run. Not to mention scenic routes along the banks of the Seine or near it allow you the opportunity to get your cardio in while absorbing the sights and sounds. (The length of the Seine through Paris: 13 km.)

You won't be alone as in my last visit it seemed as if everywhere I turned - morning, noon, or night - there was somebody burning off the baguette they had for lunch. So squeeze those running shoes in the remaining space of your suit case and run with Paris. Running shoes. Cold weather gear for the season.

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