Exclusive Hotel Jardin Le Brea

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

14 rue Brea, 6th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75006, France
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Hotel Jardin le Brea

by asitava

Hi, we are arriving at 7:25 PM to CDG from Abu Dhabi on 5th June. Our travel agent has booked us at Hotel Jardin le Brea which is located at rue Brea at Montparnasse. How far is this place from landmarks like Eiffel Tower or Louvre ? We have booked 11 PM show at Moulin Rouge. How far that place is from this hotel?

Hotel Jardin le Brea

by asitava

Hi, we are arriving at 7:25 PM to CDG from Abu Dhabi on 5th June. Our travel agent has booked us at Hotel Jardin le Brea which is located at rue Brea at Montparnasse. How far is this place from landmarks like Eiffel Tower or Louvre ? We have booked 11 PM show at Moulin Rouge. How far that place is from this hotel?

RE: Hotel Jardin le Brea

by adelinemmc

I'm not trying to be mean, but why don't you look at a map of Paris? All your questions will be answered!
A.

RE: RE: Hotel Jardin le Brea

by CALSF

Your hotel is in the 6th district, but on the side nearer to Montparnasse. To walk to the Eiffel Tower is a long walk in my opinion as the tower borders the 15th, 16th, and 7th districts. You should just take the metro. Louvre you could walk if you want, but again it's going to be a huge, long walk as it's in the 1st district. And the Moulin Rouge is in the 18th dist. and it's not a great place to hang around especially after the late show lets out. Get a taxi to bring you back to your hotel. You can certainly take the metro, but late at night I wouldn't recommend it from the 18th.

I agree that you should get familiar with a Paris map to get a better idea of what we are telling you and just to have a good idea of the city you're planning to visit. It would be very helpful to you.

Hotel Jardin le Brea

by asitava

Hi, we are arriving at 7:25 PM to CDG from Abu Dhabi on 5th June. Our travel agent has booked us at Hotel Jardin le Brea which is located at rue Brea at Montparnasse. How far is this place from landmarks like Eiffel Tower or Louvre ? We have booked 11 PM show at Moulin Rouge. How far that place is from this hotel?

RE: Hotel Jardin le Brea

by Charkris

If you want to get good directions in Paris go to www.viamichelin.com ... you can get directions from everywhere. Put in the address of your hotel and then type in Moulin Rouge as your destination. It will give you step by step directions - number of kilometers, time to get there etc.

RE: Hotel Jardin le Brea

by Roadquill

First you should check out the reviews on tripadvisor:
http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g187147-d194283-r4237460-Jardin_le_Brea_Hotel-Paris_Ile_de_France.html
Note that the Montparnasse area is nice but it is quite a walk from even the Eiffel Tower. However the metro system is so good, that it really doesn't matter unless you want to walk across the street to the Louvre. The Moulin Rouge is in the Pigalle area, below Montmartre. You could take the metro system to the show as there is a metro stop right across the street, but you will need a taxi for the way back. Not a great area to be in late at night. Cheers, Karl

Travel Tips for Paris

The wonderful and beautiful...

by Twob

The wonderful and beautiful Eiffel Tower. Be sure to buy a ticket and ride either to the observation deck or all the way up to the top where a magnificent view of Paris awaits you. It is an experience you will remember forever!

The Grand Arch and La Défense...

by la_beba

The Grand Arch and La Défense is a few kilometers northwest from the Arch de Triumph on Avenue Des Champs Elysees. The La Défense complex of futuristic office buildings is the most ambitious town planning project ever taken in the Paris region. The project began around 1960, and now there are over 48 towers providing office space for over 900 companies. The area reminded me much of the financial district on the south end of Manhattan in New York.

They will speak English if approached correctly

by fionatritton

French people do NOT expect non-francophones to speak perfect French. However, just like every other nationality, they appreciate a bit of effort. Do not be afraid to get out the phrase book, pronounce things and generally look silly. Trust me, this will get a much better reponse than just asking "parlez vous anglais ?" immediately, which is not much better than saying "speak english please".

Lots of French people enjoy the chance to practise their English - I speak good French (with lapses) but most French people will automatically revert to speaking English with me, even though I always start the conversation in French. If you actually want to try and improve your French this can be irritating.

And to everyone that automatically expects people to speak English, how many of you could speak French if a French tourist came to your home town and said "parlez vous Francais" ? Or would you expect them to be able to manage to have learnt enough of the basics of the language of the place they were visiting to get by ?

Just a thought...

Visit the Louvre, but be sure...

by BR0WND0G

Visit the Louvre, but be sure to go in the off season. At peak times, you'll have to wait in line for 3 - 4 hours just to see one painting, such as the Mona Lisa.

Other great museums are the Orsay, L'Onagerie, Rodin Museum, the Pompidou Center.

HOW ABOUT THIS BACKYARD!!!!

by Sandi-2004

King Louis XIV and Queen Marie-Antoinette lived large until the French Revolution when the people rose up, marched to the palace and took them to dark , damp cells until their heads were removed. Versailles Palace is the extreme in opulence. It's almost too overwhelming even today. Considering that the people were starving, it seems that they took the right course.

To give you an idea of the size of the place, here are some facts from the web site:

800 hectares (2,000 acres) of grounds
20 kilometres (12 miles) of roads
200,000 trees
50 fountains
11 hectares (26 acres) of roof
51,210 square meters of floors
700 rooms
6,000 paintings

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Address: 14 rue Brea, 6th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75006, France