Balladins Paris VIII Confort

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

10 rue de Moscou, 8th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75008, France
Alexandrine Opera
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84%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
15%
5
Very Good
39%
13
Average
30%
10
Poor
6%
2
Terrible
9%
3

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Similarly priced and rated as other 2 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families85
  • Couples68
  • Solo80
  • Business80

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Forum Posts

58 Tour Eiffel

by DerryPSU85

I started to book an online reservation and they require my c/c information for the total price of the 4 menus. I did not see anything clarifying whether it is just to hold a reservation, or if they will actually charge our card in advance. Does anyone know what they do? Thank you!!
Derry

Re: 58 Tour Eiffel

by DerryPSU85

P.S. on 58 Tour Eiffel---any words of advice on eating here or not would also be welcome!!
Derry

Re: 58 Tour Eiffel

by leics

Having made a dummy booking via

http://www.restaurants-toureiffel.com/

it seems clear to me that full payment will be taken from the card at the time of confirmation.

This is implied from the 'Any extra purchases made on the day of your meal must be settled directly at the restaurant' statement.

It would not be necessary to make that statement if your card number was only being held to confirm the booking.

Re: 58 Tour Eiffel

by leics

So you are, in effect, paying the main bill at the time of booking......even if the amount is not actually debited from your card until you turn up and eat (or don't turn up)?

Re: 58 Tour Eiffel

by leics

Yes, I suspected that was the case.

Re: 58 Tour Eiffel

by DerryPSU85

Thanks Pedmar and Leics for your quick feedback!!
Derry

Re: 58 Tour Eiffel

by leics

Beyond my wildest dreams, I'm afraid. Enjoy! :-)

Re: 58 Tour Eiffel

by DerryPSU85

Thanks! We looked first at the Jules Verne on the 2nd level, but just couldn't consider that price. 58 isn't cheap, but we felt we could still swing it for a special night. We're planning on being there on the night of our 23rd wedding anniversary!!

Re: 58 Tour Eiffel

by leics

Enjoy! :-)

Travel Tips for Paris

Telephone Cards

by kentishgirl

If you are going to call anywhere whilst you are here, be sure to buy a telephone card, you can buy them in most general stores and from the street kiosks too.

I bought one which was 7.50 euro, and I called the UK twice - it lasted ages!

Most public telephones will actually only take cards not coins anyway.

Cuts of Meat (Beef)

by hquittner

This Rembrandt still-life of a beef carcass brought back memories. On our first visit to Paris almost 30 years ago, we quickly learned that meats (beef in paticular) are not cut the way they are "mass -produced" with a band-saw in the USA. From the "Larousse Gastronomique" we learned that more precise butchering produced cuts with which we were not familiar: bavette, jumeau, faux-filet, entrecot, tournados, romsteck. The tenderest (most expensive) are: tournedos and entrecot. Cheaper grillables are:filet, faux-filet, bavette, jumeau, romsteck. Any of these may be prepared other ways. Most cheap restaurants serve bifsteck et frites. Their finest beef species is Charolais. In France even some range-fed chickens have a controlled appelation just like wines (example Bresse chickens). Raw meat: steack tartare or boeuf carpaccio. If you like rare steak there is little difference in consuming these. The pleasure is in the additional flare that is added by the condiments which would be lost in cooking. Wines complement the taste. These are fine brasserie foods. I see that salmon has taken its rightful place in the repertoire. (All Japanese would approve).

BODY...

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this is a picture of Micky and Minie Mouse and Donald and Daisy Duck. You cant see daisy so good but when you look closely you can.

Les Chiens de Paris

by Rixie

Parisians love their dogs. You see them everywhere – not only on the streets but in the Métro and in bistros and brasseries. On our last trip, we saw Yorkies, miniature poodles (apricot is a popular color), Jack Russell terriers, Maltese, and larger breeds like golden retrievers, bull terriers, and shaved English sheepdogs. The sidewalks are relatively free of dog doo, which is surprising, since none of the owners seems to carry a bag or a pooper scooper. (An idea for Yves St-Laurent, perhaps?)

This is a photo of our favorite mascot, who spends his days at Au Canon de la Nation, an all-hours brasserie at Place de la Nation. His name is Patton, after the World War II general, and he's a Canet Corso, an Italian breed. Patton is big and powerful (50 kilos) but very mellow. He sleeps on the sidewalk between the tables, or in a passage inside the restaurant, occasionally lifting his big, jowly head to see if any tidbits are forthcoming.

Packing List

by Chantilly18

If you want to see almost everything in Paris, take good shoes for a longdistance walk. NO pumps! That won't do! Buy your photographic equipment at home, because they are pretty expensive in Paris. You are warned!

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 Balladins Paris VIII Confort

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Address: 10 rue de Moscou, 8th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75008, France