Best Western Plaza Elysees

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

177 boulevard Haussmann, 8th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75008, France
BEST WESTERN Plaza Elysees
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81%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
27%
22
Very Good
30%
24
Average
24%
19
Poor
7%
6
Terrible
10%
8

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 66% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Good For Solo
  • Families73
  • Couples65
  • Solo92
  • Business70

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Forum Posts

CDG: 8 hours layover with an infant: Any day use rooms to rent inside airport?

by LuckyGismo

We have a layover in CDG airport of 8 hours. I have a 6 month old baby and a wife that doesn't have a visa to get out of the airport. Are there any day use rooms at the airport that doesn't require leaving the airport and passing through customs? If not, any places to take care of the infant (change, feed, etc.)? Thanks a lot!

Re: CDG: 8 hours layover with an infant: Any day use rooms to rent inside airport?

by TOPSHELFPUBCRAWLER

The best option is to buy a one day pass at any of the Airline clubs. I know Delta has one as does Air France (may be the same club, I cannot remember for sure).

(From their web site)
Delta Airlines, One-Day Pass
A One-Day pass introduces you to the many benefits of the Delta Sky Club. On the day of travel, it provides you with access to a Delta Sky Club location for $50 when you fly any airline.
2E - On the left after Passport Control - Downstairs
https://www.delta.com/traveling_checkin/airport_information/delta_sky_club/oneday_pass/index.jsp

Hope this helps.

Enjoy your trip.

Cheers!

Re: CDG: 8 hours layover with an infant: Any day use rooms to rent inside airport?

by leics

There will be baby-changing facilities in the toilets airside, of course, but I do not think there are any day rooms.

Some information here about baby facilities:

http://www.aeroportsdeparis.fr/ADP/en-GB/Passagers/Procedure-practical-information/Need-help/passenger-travelling-with-baby/

Travel Tips for Paris

The Best Yogurt Ever! Yumm!

by eileencat1

Sort of a strange thing to put on VT but I found in both Paris and Rome I could not get enough of the yogurt, simply the best ever.

Product name "La Ferme du manège Yaourt fermier" We found this in both supermarkets and boulangeries.

I'm sad.. I don't understand why the US can't produce a product like this.

Best websites

by Dabs

Museum pass www.intermusees.com

For all things Paris: http://www.paris.org

Paris travelogues www.bonjourparis.com (some free, some only if you pay a fee)

Monthly update on Paris and France
www.francemonthly.com

Guided walks in English http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/pariswalking/

Restaurant reservations
http://www.reservethebest.com/anglais/bestrestaurants.php

Train schedules
www.sncf.com

Head for the High Ground

by mrclay2000

There are several places within the city from which to view Paris from on high, but be warned. As with any other metropolis the city's pollution comes into play with any elevated perspective. The Tour Montparnasse, the galleries of Notre Dame, the viewing platforms at the Eiffel Tower and the funicular and hilltops of Montmartre give excellent vantages of Paris from "above."

Hurry !!

by Yseut

Well I'm French and a Parisian, so I can be fair on that one.
But.
Parisians don't hate foreigners, they just don't care.
Parisians are not on holidays, they work ! You enjoy some relaxing time there, but, for them, Paris means "everyday, pressuring life".

They are always in a hurry !
Whatever the place they go (for business or for pleasure), they want to be there as fast as possible , especially if they are late ;-)
Means, they walk as quickly as possible and they moan about those "tourists in front of them who walk so slowly and don't move" !!

Parisians, and French people, are not "immeidalty friendly" unlike the Americans. You don't become friend with them just by saying "Hello !". But once you're friends with a French person, she/he won't forget you the minute you're left !

Sometines people are rude, sometimes they aure very friendly. Depends on the person and on her/his mood... just like you !

Best advice : whatever the country and the city you are visiting, keep an open mind and don't believe strereotypes. Most ofter they are wrong !

Black is beautiful in Paris

by maritoni

As we headed there during the winter, people are wearing black most of the time... Only colored accesories are the ones I saw as COLORED... Black is the color preferred as I can now understand why - because a stain or dirt is unnoticable in dark clothing... it also makes you look skinnier in photos... (smile)... Jacket, scarves, umbrella are a must during the winter season...

please consider not wearing a baseball hat, sweat pants, tennis shoes or you will be labeled as a tourist in Paris - or pickpockets can spot you as their next victim....

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Address: 177 boulevard Haussmann, 8th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75008, France