Boetie Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

81 rue de la Boetie, 8th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75008, France
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Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
5%
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Very Good
5%
1
Average
10%
2
Poor
21%
4
Terrible
57%
11

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 67% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Families20
  • Couples15
  • Solo12
  • Business11

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Forum Posts

Roissybus from CDG Airport to Paris center?

by michelledriscoll

I found a bus from the terminals to the Paris Opera called "Roissybus", which is included in the Paris Visite Pass, zones 1-6. Has anyone recently taken this bus? Is it reliable?
Merci!

Re: Roissybus from CDG Airport to Paris center?

by Belsaita

Why should not be reliable? All public transport in Paris is. I took it a few times, can't remember much about if (for good or bad, just like another bus).

Re: Roissybus from CDG Airport to Paris center?

by tango_jd

No problem at all but they can get busy and you have to squash on with suitcases etc.
Most people seem to favour the Roissibus but I prefer the RER line B because I stay in the Latin Quarter and get the train right through to St Michel or Luxemburg stations. But if Opera is better for you then go for it!

Re: Roissybus from CDG Airport to Paris center?

by Beausoleil

Curious, I didn't know the Roissybus was included on the Paris Viste Pass zones 1-6. It states on the Metro web site that "Paris Viste Pass includes: Ile-de-France bus lines (RATP and OPTILE), except those circulating on Jetbus, Allobus Roissy CDG, tourist excursion and Air France networks"

Is Allobus Roissy CDG the same as Roissybus? If so, it's not covered by the pass. Just curious. Thank you.

BTW, to the original poster, buying a zone 1-6 Paris Viste Pass is probably more expensive than single tickets for outer zones accompanied by a carnet of 10 regular Metro tickets. Most tourist sights are in zones 1 and 2.

Travel Tips for Paris

FAUCHON AND CHRISTMAS!

by Marietje

When you are in Paris during the Christmas period, you must foresee some window shopping at Fauchon's! Every year the decoration is super, splendid, remarkable...
Of course, shopping is possible but ..... You find Fauchon : Place de la Madeleine.

Arriving at the base of the...

by Barbara2

Arriving at the base of the Eiffel Tower, it is an impressive sight. We pay our fees and excitedly enter the first of a series of elevators that will take us to the top. The travelogue will give you a bird's eye view of Paris from high atop the Eiffel Tower.

La Concierge

by barryg23

La Concierge was a prison during the revolution and the Queen, Marie-Antoinette, spent her last days here before going to the guillotine. Nowadays, it's a museum, giving a history of the revolution. Inside, you can see reconstructed cells, where prisoners spent their final hours.

Mostly Friendly French

by longsanborn

I have heard about the french being unfriendly people and refused to respond to questions asked in English. It is not true that they are unfriendly people. And yes, they may not like it if you immediately asked them to their face "Hello, do you speak English?"

Come on, please people! You visit someone's country of different culture and language, and you expect them to speak your language? As tourists and visitors to France, we should at least make the effort to learn some of their language, at least the basic words like "Bonjour, Merci, Pardon," etc. There are many guidebooks that have basic french words. If we make the effort to be friendly to the French, then they will be friendly to us too.

"Do onto others as you want others to do onto you" - isn't this the golden rule?

For the times I've spent in Paris and other parts of France, I find the French people to be friendly and outgoing. They will help and sometimes go beyond the norm to help a lost visitor. Off course, there are the exceptions and I did come across a few rude french - but this happens all over the world. In every country, you meet nice people and the NOT so nice people. That's life.

So, I love Paris - the city, the food, the wine and the nice french people.

Don't forget!

by teresopinha

Regular luggage... If you are a real tourist, like those who take the camera even for the hotel's bathroom, please take a good sneakers... you will walk for milles... I can say that in average we walked 15 a 17 Km/day.
If you 're planning to go in the winter take your best coat, gloves... because it's really cold.... A lotion or cream for the muscles and tired legs.. Watch out with digital cameras... ! in the X Ray of the airports!!

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Address: 81 rue de la Boetie, 8th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75008, France