Duc De Saint Simon

14 rue de Saint-Simon, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75007, France
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A Spot of Luxury in Paris

by OzVisitors

Hi there travellers!
Just need a bit of advice. Was looking to spend a night in Paris and was looking for a bit of a luxurious hotel to stay in. Would prefer a hotel that is quite central, near the Louvre or Eiffel Tower. Would be willing to spend about 200 euros for a double. If any of you have advice or recommendations it would be much appreciated!
Thanks!

RE: A Spot of Luxury in Paris

by iwys

If you are arriving by plane, I recommend the hotel desk at the airport. They have details of special deals at the luxury hotels and give good advice. Be warned, hotel rooms in Paris are small by international standards.

RE: A Spot of Luxury in Paris

by zuriga

Hotel Duc de Saint Simon is a luxurious 4* in the 7th - not far from the Eiffel Tower. I wouldn't call being near the Tower really quite central, but it's very easy getting around Paris because it's not that large a city.. the Metro is fast and easy. There are quite a few lovely places in the 6th, too - if you can get a room at Le Relais Christine - it's another very good hotel.

RE: A Spot of Luxury in Paris

by raphaellecrevet

I wouldn't say either that the Eiffel tower is central.
Don't wait until you reach the aiport to book a room anyway

RE: A Spot of Luxury in Paris

by justint

Hi There,
For €200 you could get a really room in Paris. When my budget goes that high I tend to look at website called tablethotels.com they have all the luxurious hotels all over the world. You will find very central hotels in Paris for a bit less when they are on specials.
Bonne chance,
Justin.

Travel Tips for Paris

Take guided strolls (some are...

by doruf

Take guided strolls (some are olso in English): find them in 'PARISCOPE' or 'L'officiel des sepctacles' under CONFERENCES. I mostly recommend that to Pere Lachaise Cemetery. It's an entire world (though only dead!?). Food!!!!!!!!. Any restaurant can offer the highest food quality and nuances. But, go only to frenc food restaurants (or brasseries, cafes, bistros) even it's a little more expensive (it worths!!)

visit Notre-Dame (More pics...

by zheyy

visit Notre-Dame (More pics are in Travelogue ^^) The first day I arrived Paris, I didn't have any idea visiting which place. So I just took subway, and got off at a station where I guessed was almost around center of the city. After I got out of the subway station, walked for a while. I saw so familiar Notre-Dame just standing before my eyes!
I couldn't see it clearly under strong sunshine at noon. I walked around it first, then went into, just like went into a novel I read long time ago...

Where is this thing???

by goodfish

Paris is segmented into districts, called arrondissements, that corkscrew out from the 1st - which includes the Louvre - to the 20th, where you'll find Père Lachaise Cemetery. Addresses in Paris have a postal code that includes the arrondissement number at the end of their 5 digits. For instance, the postal code for Musée National du Moyen Âge (Musée de Cluny) is 75005. The "05" at the end tells you that the museum is in the 5th arrondissement. Referencing the postal codes is helpful for quickly identifying what restaurants may be close to your hotel - look for those with same 2 last digits - or getting a general idea what part of the city an attraction is located in.

Below is the link to a nice webpage with a diagram of the arrondissements and a little about each one.

This is the inner courtyard...

by la_beba

This is the inner courtyard (Cour Napoléon) at the Louvre museum, a short walk northwest of Ile de la Cité. The famous Louvre pyramid is built of sheet glass supported on a framework of stainless steel tubes. The pyramid vaults over the museum reception area below the surface. The Denon wing of the Louvre looms behind the pyramid. The Eiffel Tower can be seem peeking above the right end of the Denon wing. As an art-lover, I'd say this is a must.... but I did not make it in, oops!!! lines were just too long when we were there..... but if you dont mind the lines and can wait; or there's no lines when you visit.... it's probably a top 10 activity to see in Paris.

"Victor Noir" - the tomb

by Canadian_Traveler

One of my previous tips was with regard to the tomb of Victor Noir and I've decided to add an important update:

'Lewd rubbing' shuts Paris statue - BBC - Tuesday, 2 November, 2004

The effigy of 19th Century journalist known as Victor Noir has long been popular with women visitors.

This is partly due to his reputation as a romantic figure, and partly because of the effigy's design.

Officials concerned about damage to the icon's groin area have erected a fence around the grave, and a sign prohibiting indecent rubbing.

Noir - whose real name was Yvan Salman - was killed by Pierre Bonaparte, a great-nephew of the Emperor Napoleon, after bearing him a challenge to a duel.

According to the story, he was due to get married the day after he was killed.

The statue shows Noir in a frock coat and trousers lying flat on his back, with a distinct enlargement in the groin.

The effigy has been held as an aid to love or fertility.

It is said that a woman who kisses the lips of the prostrate statue and slips a flower into the upturned top hat will find a husband by the end of the year.

The new sign warns: "Any damage caused by graffiti or indecent rubbing will be prosecuted."

Sad really, because the old wive's tale is true...it was only a few hours after a quick rub of Victor Noir that my boyfriend proposed to me. :)

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Address: 14 rue de Saint-Simon, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75007, France