Best Western Atlantic Hotel Paris

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

44 Rue de Londres, 8th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75008, France
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Eurostar to London for Royal Wedding

by hiflya

We are going to be Paris for a couple weeks during the end of April early May 2011.
The Royal Wedding date has just been announced as April 29 so my wife would like to go over for 2 days to join in the fun.
It appears that the Eurostar cannot be booked more than 120 days in advance - I am anticipating that train tickets might be hard to come by.
What is the best way to assure that we have transportation?

btw - I have tons of Hilton points and was able to book a room - most all Hilton's in London are already sold out for the 29th

Re: Eurostar to London for Royal Wedding

by cubsur

By booking a ticket on the first day they are available!

I will bet the airlines will be increasing their prices. But on the Easyjet website they still have one way flights for around 30 Euros. Maybe they cannot see hordes of French royalists heading for London!

It has just been announced that April 29th will be a public holiday in the UK.

Re: Eurostar to London for Royal Wedding

by zuriga

If you can't get a Eurostar ticket, then try to fly over. There are lots of flights a day from both De Gaulle and Orly. It's easy getting into London, especially from Gatwick. You could even stay out near the airport or another suburban location and take the train in.. only takes about an hour.

Re: Eurostar to London for Royal Wedding

by leics

Yes, book a Eurostar ticket as soon as they become available...and yes, it is 120 days in dance (unless they decide to take advantage and change the rules for that date).

Or, even better imo, book your flight and hotel now. You can guarantee everything will zoom up in price, and if you book a flight now you can book a hotel too. is a very reliable site for hotels, used by many VT-ers. Or look at the official London tourist info accomm serahc engine: will give you carriers and cheapest fares for your dates. Book on the airline's own website. Watch out for hold baggage limits.

Re: Eurostar to London for Royal Wedding

by leics

A 'serahc engine', by the way, is a 'search engine'. :-)

Re: Eurostar to London for Royal Wedding

by hiflya

Thanks all - I already booked the Hilton Paddington using a free night cert I earned during a promo this year. I've stayed there before and like it due to being attached to the station for an easy getaway.
I'll check into flights next.

Travel Tips for Paris

Paris the Parisian way

by freespirit1

Hi, We have just left Paris after Singapore it was a lot cooler but just as wet.
We arrived by train at Gard du Nord and went to the tourist booth and purchased a 3 day bus, train pass for a few euro. We stayed at St Germain de Pris so it was walking, bus, train distance to a lot of things including the Eiffel Tower which is essential to get a pre paid ticket for and you will still have a queue! With your bus pass you can go to Montmartre and see Sacre Couer where you will get a birds eye view of the city - just get on the bus that says Montmartre on the front The boat taxi up the Seine to alight at the Eiffel Tower

The Palace of Versailles was...

by Betsy

The Palace of Versailles was wonderful! I enjoyed most of all Marie Antoinette's little cottage and the sheep pastured along the road to the cottage. There is also a wonderful little gazebo surrounded by interesting tree roots like a private hideaway! My favorite memory of Paris is celebrating my parents' 50th anniversary with them in the restaurant at the top of the Eiffle Tower! My husband,brothers and their wifes, my father's brothers and their wifes all met in Paris to celebrate!

La Grande Arch is an awesome...

by la_beba

La Grande Arch is an awesome example of modern architecture! The walls of this gigantic open cube rise shear in seeming defiance of gravity. With its pre-stressed concrete frame, faced in glass and white Carrara marble, the building weighs 300,000 tons and is carried on 12 enormous piles sunk in the below-ground area. The cathedral of Notre-Dame with its spire could fit into the space between the walls of the arch. The south vertical wall houses government ministry offices and the north wall major French and international companies. The 3-story thick roof is occupied by the International Foundation for Human Rights. The vertical poles towards the left on the interior of the arch support an elevator which can be taken to the roof. The front steps are a great place to hang out, eat lunch, and enjoy the sights of La Défense.

Paris for Free!

by TheWanderingCamel

You can spend a lot of money in Paris! Do a little homework and you can spare your budget for better things ( a little Parisian retail therapy?) by taking advantage of the many free admissions that are available to locals and visitors alike.

All the museums maintained by the city offer free admission to ALL their permanent collections EVERY day.

National museums and monuments are free to under-18s every day and most offer a free day once a month Check the website here for free admission days for Paris museums.


The Wallace Fountains

by shrimp56

There are over 100 of these fountains throughout Paris. This one, at the Cité Flower Market, has to be in about the most aesthetically unpleasing location for viewing.
The first 50 of the fountains were originally a gift of Sir Richard Wallace, given to Paris in 1872 because of his love of things French and his son's service in the French army. The fountains were to provide easily available drinking water for the city's residents. The designer was Charles-Auguste Lebourg; --the four 'goddesses' holding up the cap of the fountain stand for Simplicity, Temperance, Charity, and Goodness.
The fountains are turned off during the winter months.
See the other photos for more.


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Address: 44 Rue de Londres, 8th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75008, France