Austin's Hotel Saint Lazare Paris

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

29 Rue d'Amsterdam, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France
Austin's Saint Lazare Hotel
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Paris to Deauville

by leanneedwards

Can someone suggest how to get from Paris to Deauville we thougth we would run away for a couple of days in the next week. thanks in advance! or can you suggest somewhere with a beach and easy access from paris?

Re: Paris to Deauville

by leics

By train?

Look at

in its French version to avoid being taken to Raileurope (charges commission on fares, does not list all departures).

Journey takes from just over 2 hours, some direct trains and some with one change. One-way fare is 29.30 euro.

The station is called Trouville-Deauville because it serves both Deauville and Trouville-sur-Mer (on either side of the river). It's on the Deauville side.

Re: Paris to Deauville

by puerto_lover

yes Deauville. That reminds me of the great 60s film Un Homme et Une Femme. If you have not watched it then do.

Re: Paris to Deauville

by leanneedwards

Thank you have checked out the train and now somewhere to stay!

Re: Paris to Deauville

by leics

And here's the link to the Deauville>Honfleur bus timetables, if you decide to take Pedmar's advice:

Re: Paris to Deauville

by leics


Re: Paris to Deauville

by puerto_lover

I like Honfleur but the beaches are not very good here - maybe ok for walking along at low tide. The mouth of the Seine.
Maybe Deauville/Trouville has some greater old fashioned charm - some really lovely belle epoch properties. I particularly like a smaller town just along the coast called Villers sur Mer. has a really nice feel about it. Quaint town centre with some charming shops and lovely beach. Yes I think I prefer Villers to Honfleur. And Villers reminds me of london because they celebrate the Greenwich Meridian passing through the town !
And getting to Honfleur is perhaps maybe subject to research better to take a train to Lisieux then take a bus through the Normandy countryside. Going through CHEESY Pont L'Eveque !!

Re: Paris to Deauville

by leanneedwards

My travel mate is from hawaii and really needs to experience some Beach time... too much city in Paris... though we love it after a month she feels the need to sink her toes in the sand!!... any and all suggestions are welcome and thankyou!!

Re: Paris to Deauville

by leanneedwards

We have our tickets to Deauville and now are booking Honfleur and a couple of days in Deauville!!
Thank you all!!

Travel Tips for Paris

A Tip on Speaking/Reading French

by mydreamquest

Musée d'Orsay I nearly dislocated my shoulder when I tried to push a door open which had the sign "tirez" but didn't realize that it means "pull."

When you approach a door, if is says "poussez" that means "push" and that's pretty obvious.

If it says "Tirez", it means "pull." How can you remember this? Well "tirez" sort of sounds like "tear" as in: "to tear apart." So when you tear things, you "pull things apart."

Remember: Tirez=Pull

This picture was taken in front of Pho 128, a Vietnamese Noodle house in Paris'es chinatown near the Porte de Choisy metro station (on the pink, 7 Line).

Paris Tip

by szabolcs


This famed avenue is no longer the widest in the world as it used to be but is nevertheless spectacular. During the day you can marvel at the buildings lining the avenue or join in the shopping spree in the shops and department stores at the most prestigious location in the city. As the night falls here's the view you can get with ARC DE TRIOMPHE in the background.

Sacre Coeur Church - built by...

by eladr

Sacre Coeur Church - built by the national will following the defeat in the Franco-Prussian war of 1870.The basilica was consecrated in 1919. Architect: Abadie (1875-1912)

Open: Basilica: 6.45 a.m.-11 p.m., Dome and crypt: 9 a.m.-6 p.m. - late night opening: Basilica: 11 p.m.
Prices: Basilica: free access - Dome, crypt: 15 FF. - Red. Dome and crypt: 8 FF.

14th of July - Bastille day (P II)

by Inguuna

At the evening prepare going to Champ-de-Mars or somewhere near Eiffel tower. Actually I don’t know if fireworks are usually there, but have heard that near hear. We choose to go to Champ-de-Mars. Despite we were there hour before, everything was full here and it seemed that people were gathering here from midday to take the best place. The show longed one hour. It was fantastic with music, lights and fire, and on the center was Eiffel tower. I don’t know who was playing the music, but knowing that Jean-Michel Jarre is from France, and he’s very famous with his shows, I might think that he had helped there. I hadn’t see in my life such grandiose show, and it was something magic. Eiffel tower sparkled in all colors, also in French flag colors.
I suggest you to take with you water, because if it’s very hot day, the dust from square get up, when those large people crowds leave the Eiffel tower. Also prepare for long walking, because nearest metro stations will be packed, and try to choose unpopular metro routes to get home or to hotel.
And the last thing - it was definitely worth to see!

More pictures from fireworks you can see on my album.

Essentials for Paris

by iamjacksgoat

Leave space for souvenirs, very important. Comfy shoes! Very important. A lot of walking goes on in Paris, and if you wear uncomfortable shoes, you will be sorry. Bring lots of batteries / your charger / film! You will take tons of pictures. Since I was on a 11-day trip, I chose not to bring along my professional camera. For situations like these, a basic point and shoot camera will do the job. My Canon Powershot took amazing pictures!

On that note, an electrical adaptor is a must! DO NOT try and plug the wrong type of electrical cords into the walls. Bad. I found a nice adaptor by Lewis N Clark. Lots of money, of course. You will spend more than you thought. Credit / Debit card users, make sure you call your company to let them know you will be traveling. You don't want your card to be shut off for "identity theft." Also, if you wish to use your cell phone, find a good international plan! AT&T has an add-on that works very well, at a low price.

Also remember, many of the things you want to bring are unnecessary or can be bought in Paris! Don't sweat packing too much!


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 Austin's Hotel Saint Lazare Paris

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Address: 29 Rue d'Amsterdam, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France