Blanche Hotel Paris

69, rue Blanche, 9th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France
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accommodation

by Dean&Vanessa

Hello

We will be visiting Paris mid April next year and were seeking advice on any budget Hotels, we were after anything that is clean,safe and close to public transport.

Cheers Dean & Vanessa

Re: accommodation

by nygaston

GOOD HOTELS, but often Full (because good and cheap)-
***: my preferred hotels for less than 100 Euros

HENRY IV (Metro Pont neuf) ***
de LILLE (Palais Royal) ***
de ROUEN (Palais Royal) ***
de Bretagne (Arts et Metiers) **
Commines (Filles du calvaires) **
du LOIRET (Hotel de Ville) **
de la Herse d'or (Bastille) **
des ALLIES (Port Royal) **
Blanche Hotel (Blanche)
Marcleau Hotel (Poisonnnieres)
Hotel moderne du Temple (Republique) **
Baudin (Ledru Rollin)
de Nevers (Republique) **
des voyageurs (Denfert Rochereau)

Re: Re: accommodation

by Dean&Vanessa

Thanks nygaston

We will definitely check these places out. The names in brackets, are they the suburb or name of metro station?

Thanks for your help

Dean & Vanessa

Re: Re: accommodation

by nygaston

these hotels are well located (the name of the metro).

You must try also this one:
Hotel Jeanne d'arc

in the marais 75004 ...
check my VT pages on Paris

Re: Re: accommodation

by kentishgirl

In August we stayed at hotel Sainte Marie...a clean well located hotel on Grands Boulevards.
It was budget but excellent for the price imho.

I have piccies and a review on my Paris page if this helps!

Ali
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Re: accommodation

by dollycon

try formule 1 chain-they are very basic and very cheap.shared bathroom but washbasin and tv in room.we stayed in 1 on the outskirts of paris but it was only 5 mins walk to the metro and 10 minutes maximum into the city.
it is basically 1 step up from a hostel but only costs around £28 per room for up to 3 people
dollycon

the best area of paris

by sarahd129

I am just wondering what mid priced hotels you would recommend and it which area of Paris. Which area is the most central and best location with bars and shopping? Thanks

Re: the best area of paris

by JoeNYC

I think you're best bet it to start looking in both the St Germain and Latin Quarter areas. Both are just south of the Seine in the center of the city and have some mid-range hotels that are very nice. The Latin Quater has great bars and clubs, and shopping is available just about everywhere in Paris. Just be aware that mid-range in Paris mean at least $150 USD/night, probably even more like $200 USD.

Re: the best area of paris

by zuriga

I had great luck a few months ago with www.ratestogo.com. I found a small hotel room (I was alone for this trip) on a lovely, small street in the 7th. There were tons of restaurants around and also good shopping.. Rue Cler was right around the corner. I also love the 6th.. my favorite hotel was booked up but it didn't end up mattering.

Re: the best area of paris

by Nickyrennes

Have look at the Hotel Central Saint Germain in the 5th..they are really well located and you will not have to spend so much money..with about 100 euros you will ahve a room...check it on their website:www.centralstgermain.com to be sure but I think so!!! have a great trip!

Re: Re: the best area of paris

by JoeNYC

Funny you should mention the Hotel Central St Germain. I had a pre-paid room there two weeks ago. When I showed up, they told me they had overbooked and had no room for me. I was pretty P.O.'d. However, they were great in that they got me a room at another hotel and paid for the cab there. The other hotel was in Montmarte and much nicer (4 or 5 stars) My wife and I had a balcony view over all of Paris. They picked up the other hotel's cost so I really got upgraded. However, this mistake was pretty bad and it wasn't just me who lost out on rooms that week. They really were a mess when coming to book their 35 rooms. It must have cost them some bucks so hopefully they have corrected their problem of not being able to count to 35 (for 35 reservations).

At the same time, the hotel looked nice and certainly was in a great location. So, if you get that hotel, just make sure they have double checked your reservation or something.

Re: Re: the best area of paris

by nygaston

I like the Quartier Latin in Paris.

SOME GOOD HOTELS, but often Full (because good and cheap)-
***: my preferred hotels for less than 100 Euros

HENRY IV (Metro Pont neuf) ***
de LILLE (Palais Royal)
de ROUEN (Palais Royal)
de Bretagne (Arts et Metiers) **
Commines (Filles du calvaires) **
du LOIRET (Hotel de Ville) **
de la Herse d'or (Bastille) **
des ALLIES (Port Royal) **
Blanche Hotel (Blanche)
Marcleau Hotel (Poisonnnieres)
Hotel moderne du Temple (Republique) **
Baudin (Ledru Rollin)
de Nevers (Republique) **
des voyageurs (Denfert Rochereau)

Travel Tips for Paris

La ville lumière

by CliffClaven

Like all great cities, Paris is hard to write about. Most people have an image or an impression of the 'ville lumière' - the city of light - on the banks of the Seine. Old Cliffie was lucky enough to study there for a while, and he has visited the city many times over the years. The Parisians, like New Yorkers, suffer from an unfair reputation for being curt and abrasive. But you'll find that things can be quite different if you relax a little and can speak some French. And the best way of relaxing is to take a seat at one of the famous pavement cafés and linger over a drink as the world walks by.

Medieval Fortifications

by mrclay2000

Military and architectural students will obviously find much to marvel and amaze in Paris. Paris itself has a small number of medieval castles, which is nothing more than a fortified palace. Defensive techniques that improved over the centuries can be found in cross-like eyelets used by archers, chutes used to pour pitch and fuels on attackers below, and rampart and battlement design that allowed maximum defensive posturing while limiting angles of assault from below.

Dress properly!

by cinthya_in_victoria

To be a tourist doesn't mean you go in tennis shoes to Paris! This is the capital of fashion so, dress properly, even though if you just go grocery shopping. With some jeans, a scarf and a nice hat you're in!

I love being here during the month of August

by cochinjew

But let me tell you, there are normally five bakeries open near the house, this morning had to walk a km to another suburb nearly to get a baguette. no point in looking for a pharmacy, most of the pharmacies are also closed. there is a blissful quietness in Paris.. and it is divine..

OLD MEETS NEW

by bryINpoland

BY FAR THE NOTRE DAME CATHEDRAL IS ONE OF THE BEST THINGS ABOUT PARIS. RIGHT OUTSIDE OF THE LANDMARK ON RUE D'ARCOLE WE FOUND AN ENTERTAINING SHOW PUT ON BY SOME STREET ROLLER BLADERS. THEY WERE AMAZING BUT I JUST FOUND IT NEAT TO THINK ABOUT THE AREA AND HOW IT WAS MAYBE A HUNDRED YEARS AGO, AND HOW IT IS NOW. IT WAS JUST AN AWESOME BACK DROP FOR THE ROLLER BLADERS TO PERFORM ON.
IF U GET A CHANCE, THERE ARE ALWAYS STREET PERFORMERS PERFORMING ON THE ROAD THAT RUNS RIGHT INFRONT ON THE CATHEDRAL.

PLEASE FEEL FREE TO RATE THIS TIP, OR ANY OF MY OTHER TIPS. I AM ALWAYS LOOKING TO IMPROVE THEM. THANK U...

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 Blanche Hotel Paris

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Address: 69, rue Blanche, 9th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France