Citadines Les Halles Paris

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

4 Rue des Innocents, 1st Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75001, France
Citadines Prestige Les Halles
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
30%
54
Very Good
53%
93
Average
11%
20
Poor
1%
3
Terrible
2%
5

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Good For Couples
  • Families81
  • Couples92
  • Solo81
  • Business77

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Paris with a teen

by pennyviolet

Can anyone recommend a nice hotel for two adults and our 18 year old daughter? We'd like to be either in the first, fourth or seventh arrondissement, not too far from a metro, and not too pricey. Ideally, we'd each have some privacy! Should we try to find the elusive suite, or book two rooms? Thanks in advance for your help.

RE: RE: Paris with a teen

by Brons

We stayed with our two teenage children at Citadines Les Halles Apartment Hotel, 4, rue des Innocents,75001 in September 2004. Roomy one bed selfcontained aptmnt with 1 or 2 single bed converters in lounge area. Very handy to metro and RER trains, also supermarket, bakery etc. Clean, staff helpful and much better alternative to hotel rooms. Walk to Louvre, Pompidou centre and les halles shopping centre. Be wary of a night in streets and train stations, we had no problems but there are some doubtful looking characters around. Montmarte area was also reccommended, nicer area but more expensive. Enjoy!

RE: RE: Paris with a teen

by rw-bigfoot

how much did it cost you for the rooms there?

RE: RE: Paris with a teen

by Brons

At that time it was about $360AUD per night. There are other Citadine apartments throughout Paris and Europe, we stayed at another in Nice and found the standard to be similarly good. Hotelclub.net is a good sight to check out accommodation details, also wotif.com.

RE: Paris with a teen

by SKMARH

i stayed with my wife in hotel le sibour.they charged 60euro/night.
its located in a lane just opposite GARE DE L'EST RLY STATION. for your
teen ask for one single room adjacent to you.B/F IS FREE. WORTH TRYING.

Trip to Paris and Disneyland

by kitc

I am travelling to Paris on 10 November with my wife and two children ages 11 and 9. We are planning on arriving from Gatwick in the late afternoon and were thinking of heading straight for Disneyland Paris for a two night stay and two days at the park before relocating into the city for a further three nights. I have lots of questions that the vt network may be able to help me with. Where should we stay at Disneyland? It is a once in a lifetime thing for us as a family as we are from Australia and do not plan on re-doing it so it is not essential to get the cheapest deal but perhaps the best value (if you know what I mean). Do you book the park admission with the accommodation? When we relocate to the city proper where should we stay that is well located to the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, Notre Dame etc. We are undecided about an apartment or a hotel room or connecting hotel rooms or even non-connecting. The lists of apartments are daunting. Can anyone recommend specific ones ratehr than lists of them? The vt site has been invaluable due to the great input of members.

RE: Trip to Paris and Disneyland

by Brons

We travelled to Eurodisney as a day trip from Paris last year, with our children aged 16 and 13; 13 yr old especially loved it.In paris we stayed at Citadines apartments, they have a number of locations and are great for families sharing. St Germaine des Pres was reccommended, we chose Citadines Les Halles as less expensive. Great location close to metro and RER, walking distance to Louvre and shopping. We had no problems of a night but there was the odd doubtful character around Standard of Citadines was good(we also stayed at Citadines Nice apartment) and we found being self contained saved us a fortune as we were able to cook and prepare own food. Baguette with ham and cheese made four salad rolls for lunch, bottled water from supermarket a fraction of cost, Pasta sauce, a packet of rice and some chicken for evening meal saved heaps as to eat out was very expensive, esp. for four. Would definitely recommend Citadines for accommodation-have fun!

Any Comments on this hotel?

by Marant

We just received two rooms at this hotel called:
CITADINES PARIS LES HALLES
4 rue de Innocents.

Has anyone ever stayed at this hotel? We will be coming from Charles De Gaulle and wish to take the train to this hotel. Can you help us with directions?
We will only spend 3 nights in Paris, what is the most economical metro train ticket we must buy?
Many thanks.
Marant

Re: Any Comments on this hotel?

by jamesfmunro

Citadines is a chain of aparthotel. I haven't stayed in them, but I plan to on a forthcoming trip, so I can do some self-catering. See www.citadines.fr for details. Les Halles is about as central as you can get. RER line B will take you from CDG to Chatelet Les Halles. Usual recommendation for metro tickets is the "carnet" of 10. See www.ratp.fr for full details - there' s an english version is you don;t speak french.

Re: Re: Any Comments on this hotel?

by Marant

We appreciate your response very much. We hope that the weather in París during christmas will not be too long or raining too much.
Warm Regards!

Travel Tips for Paris

Crusing Along The River Seine Cruise......

by Krystynn

The River Seine Cruise is something we never miss taking whenever we are in Paris. Be it in summer or...in winter (brrr!)...we'll still take it. But I must admit, cruising along the River Seine in winter and at night almost turned me into an ice cube! ;-) Yes, it's freezing cold out there....

Carrousel of Louvre

by pili

The Carrousel of Louvre is a luxury underground shopping center with a lovely inverted pyramid in its centre.-

El Carrousel del Louvre is una lujosa galería que se encuentra bajo el Museo del Louvre, con una bella piramide invertida en su centro.-

See More than the Mona Lisa!

by iamjacksgoat

Do not go to the Louvre just to see the Mona Lisa. The Mona Lisa is very small and usually surrounded by many tourists. I could not get anywhere near the painting. Many other famous paintings have little or no crowds. Moreover, I think the most beautiful art work is on the ceiling. Just look up, no one can block your view of the ceiling.

As suspected, local people...

by stonefree

As suspected, local people don't speak English. They speak only French. At least, their opening words are French. Why? Who knows? But if you once show them trying to speak French even a little, they will kindly try to understand what you are going to say and help you well.
I stayed in 19e where a lot of Asian people are living so some people didn't think I am a traveller. Such things often happend. Learn your host's language.

Bidets, cobbling tools, anyone?

by forbesra

Any hardware store aficiando, MUST visit the hardware department in the basement of French megastore Bazaar Hotel de Ville (BHV, or, ahem, beh-ahsh-veh). This is perhaps one of the few places in the world where you can find men wearing slip-ons, scarves, and jewelery, while perusing aisles of power tools. Similar to Sears department stores in the States, the BHV carries all sorts of "petits trucs" for do-it-yourself projects at home or elsewhere. Saws, hammers, wires, screws. But, unlike Sears, the BHV caters to a European clientele. A charming surprise is the cobble-your-own shoe section. The bidet section, too, is a place to see and be seen. And a thought about all those hand-held shower heads so popular in Europe, readily available at the BHV: where can I find one in the states? These things are miracle workers...

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 Citadines Les Halles Paris

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Address: 4 Rue des Innocents, 1st Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75001, France