Campanile Paris XV - Tour Eiffel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

30 Rue Saint Charles, 15th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75015, France
Campanile Paris XV - Tour Eiffel
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50%
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Average
22%
41
Poor
8%
15
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7

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  • Couples63
  • Solo81
  • Business25

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A bargain in the suburbs

by PeteG about Campanile Paris Ouest - Pont Du Suresnes

We booked this hotel for the weekend of the Rugby World Cup Final. Apparently nearly every hotel room in the city was booked but we were delighted to even find one vacant. Also, because the area that the hotel is in is near the Defense business district and not the main tourist areas, they even had a special offer at weekends. I have just checked their website and the same still applies.

It is a clean hotel, with ample facilities. The rooms are clean and have nice beds, a tv, and en suite bathrooms. There is a restaurant in the hotel which seemed reasonably priced although we didn't eat dinner there. Breakfast is a buffet and is good quality and value at about €6 per person.

There is a secure gated car park under the hotel, but this is not very cheap. It is ok if you are just staying a couple of days though.

There is a bar which is open until about midnight, and a pool table if you fancy a game.

To get into Paris from here you need to get a train 2 stops (about 5 minutes walk to the station) and then you are at La Defense metro station which goes straight into the heart of Paris. The metro and trains run very late to get you home in the evening. If you miss the last train, a cab from La Defense will cost you about €10. The best bit about the hotel is its quality compared to its very cheap rates.

It is 30 minutes by public transport into the centre of Paris and I would definately stay there again.

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General Information

by smiles317

I am traveling to Paris in october and. I have a few questions.

1) Has anyone heard of or stayed at the hotel "Campanile Paris Tour Eiffel" Is it a decent place?

2) Besides perfumes, what would be the ideal gift to bring back for myself and others. In other words, what do people usually bring back from Paris?

3)How is the bike tour of Versailles?

Re: General Information

by zuriga

Besides perfume, the best deals to be found are women's scarves and food products. Stores like Fauchon have some nice things to carry home. I always saved the most money by buying things duty-free on the way home at the airport.

Re: Re: General Information

by jamesfmunro

If you want to save money on high-quality food products, the place to shop is a supermarket. Many french supermarkets have first rate stuff. Campanile is a (fairly basic) hotel chain belonging to the Envergure group. I haven't stayed in them, but they have a decent reputation.

Re: General Information

by SFHulaGIrl

Can't answer your questions about the hotel nor the bike tour of Versailles. As for souvenirs, food stuffs (foie gras, pate, Mariage des Freres teas, cheeses) are always good. More unusual, an old book or tapestry from the book sellers near the Seine. For women, Paris has unbelievable lingerie and stockings, especially compared to the U.S. Also, Samaritaine has really nice hair accessories for women. Personally, I like to pick up miniature watercolors of places I travel to. Hope those suggestions help!

some help !!!

by Vilmita

Hi everyone!!

have anyone stayed at this hotel in madrid?
http://www.atrapalo.com/hoteles/index.php?pg=ficha&id_hotel=37735&id_proveedor=6&hci=50ed96d47f0a1323719a6b7f743f5cd1_2

pls comments about it...tks

another thing i need a hotel in paris from oct 5th till 7th, triple room....tks!!

then i would need another one in Rome from oct12th till 14 same treatment triple room


waiting for your positives replies guys, tks!!!!

Re: some help !!!

by Adagio1

Paris: I guess you want a safe, clean well run moderately priced hotel in a good area. I have used for many years the Campanile Tour Eiffel hotel as it is well run, has a great breakfast, has 3 bedded rooms, and is only 15 minutes walk to the Eiffel Tower and is in the 15th district (75015)They rates are reasonable for Paris too. Just Google Campanile Tour Eiffel Paris.
Adagio1

Re: some help !!!

by ATLC

hi Vilmita, no one has written a tip about this hotel. So you can assume that no one on VT has stayed there.
See
http://www.virtualtourist.com/hotels/Europe/Spain/Comunidad_de_Madrid/Madrid-262020/Hotels_and_Accommodations-Madrid-Husa_Paseo_del_Arte_Hotel_Madrid-BR-1.html

For France, I'm assuming you're not looking for budget accommodation either.
There are many hotel tips by VT members for Paris.
Have a look at:
http://www.virtualtourist.com/hotels/Europe/France/Ile_de_France/Paris-99080/Hotels_and_Accommodations-Paris-TG-C-1.html

Re: some help !!!

by Vilmita

THANK YOU SO MUCH GUYS!!!

travel to hotel

by giokev

Hi what is the easiest way to get to my hotel from Gare du nord.
I am staying at
Campanile Paris 15 - Tour Eiffel
30 rue Saint Charles
Paris 75015

Thank you
Kevin

Re: travel to hotel

by leics

Easiest way is by taxi, of course...but public transport is easier (although you may not wish to cart your luggage up and down the escalators).

Nearest Metro station to your hotel is Dupleix or Bir-Hakeim, on line 6.

Metro map and info here:

http://www.ratp.fr/

Re: travel to hotel

by leics

Sorry, meant to write >public transport is *cheaper*< !!

Re: travel to hotel

by giokev

Hi there many thanks for that. I have just managed to download and print the paris metro plan and can see your directions very clearly. I was thinking to take the bus but I guess that will take a long time.
Bonjour
Kevin

Re: travel to hotel

by giokev

Hi there while we are on the subject of transport is one ticket enough for 1 journey. Or would it be better to get a day pass.
Bonjour
Kevin

Re: travel to hotel

by KakapoTheParrot

Of course, it depends on when you're arriving, how tired you are, how much luggage you have and what form it takes..... but actually, it's not a bad walk. If your luggage sits on your back, and you have time, I'd consider doing it for free, but Yorkshiremen are noted for that ;-)

Re: travel to hotel

by giokev

Hmmm are you a yorkshireman?

Travel Tips for Paris

Tour Jean Sans Peur

by Imbi

Who is Jean Sans Peur (Fearless Jean)? He is the man responsible for the Hundred Years' War. His big mistake? Murdering Louis d'Orléans in 1407. Halfway up the tower where he used to live, you can find an enchanting vault encrusted with leafy greenery.

Entry is (EUR 4.57), reduced rate
(EUR 3.05), guided tour (EUR 7.62).

Address
20, rue Etienne Marcel

Make Your Best Effort

by Sagespot

So before I went to Paris, I was briefed by my close friend (and semi-guide for our trip) about the importance of attempting to speak French. It was the whole "when in Rome" lecture...and he was right. Without a doubt, I got better service, kinder reactions, and more worthwhile directions when I spoke (or more often than not, attempted to speak) French.

I'll say that I've not encountered that to this extreme before. Normally I'll try and mutter my way through a sentence then collapse into some sort of half English, half guidebook grammar, but in Paris it was different. I tried, and tried hard. It paid off.

As my friend said, French people are not rude, they are proud and shy. The are proud of their culture and lifestyle, of their language, and they should be! Not many travelers nowadays realize that before English was the "official language of the modern world" it was French. The French remember this. We should as well.

So take some time before you leave and download one of those free podcasts of French lessons. I promise it will help you out.

Wear A Scarf

by CALSF

One fashion accessory that all Parisians (or almost all at least) have is a scarf. Ask any visitor and you will have it confirmed that Parisians wear scarves yearround. I've seen it myself when the winter temperatures are in the high 50F's the winter scarves are apparent on both men and women. When the weather is exceptional the women sport neatly, artistically tied scarves. It certainly appears that the Parisians have perfected the this art.

Eat ice cream!

by Craig.White

Go to rue Saint-Louis-en-l'Île & eat ice cream at Bertillon.

The only reason not to do so is that you didn't know it was there.

This is, without doubt, the best dining in the city & why it doesn't receive 3 micheline stars I don't know.

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Address: 30 Rue Saint Charles, 15th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75015, France