Fraser Suites Harmonie Paris

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

6 Blvd de Neuilly, La Defense 1, Paris, Ile-de-France, 92400, France
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Costs 44% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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fete de la musique 2011

by ConnieMH

We are a couple in mid late 40s, we are going to be in Paris on June 21,our question is.. Fete de la musique 2011 is the same kind of music every where or should we pick a area according to our age and taste?

Re: fete de la musique 2011

by Beausoleil

Hi. There are all kinds of music of wildly varying quality. You are sure to find something you like. There should be a program out fairly soon. I looked at their web site and it's still 2010 so just keep checking until they change the year. There should be a published program you can get at your hotel. It's more fun to just wander and see what it happening unless you have something you really want to hear.

We've heard a good brass choir in Notre Dame Cathedral, a small Russian folk ensemble outside in the square in front of Notre Dame, a very loud rock group over by the Market St. Germain (right outside our hotel window), and a charming group of young music students on the steps of Eglise St. Sulpice to mention a pretty diverse set of groups. There are large and small groups; pop, rock, country and classical, concerts on the street and in churches; it's all over the place and great fun. If you don't care for one group, follow your ears to the next one. If you have a streetside room, you may want to inquire what will be outside your window. ;^)

Have fun.

Re: fete de la musique 2011

by pedroswift

We have experienced Fete twice. Last year we were staying in the Best Westerm Aramis Saint Germain on rue Rennes and on the previous occasion about 300 metres south of the column at Bastille. It is just a matter of picking an area and walking. Most public institutions have some sort of music going and arcaded streets , impasses, parks , monuments , wherever a foothold can be gained is occupied by bands. You will find something that you enjoy.
I tried looking at schedules of events but gave up & did what we had done previously…....followed our ears.
Last year we had an early dinner at Café Cassette on rue Rennes – attracted by the jazz band playing there. We then walked for several hours around the 6th, stopping whereever the music was interesting. Listened to some Golden Oldies Rock and Roll.; more jazz, a very lively brass band from USA; small ensembles playing chamber music; etc etc etc.
I’d suggest booking accommodation well in advance. Last year I booked a couple of days prior and lots of places were full. Enjoy.

Re: fete de la musique 2011

by tmpaca

It is not a question of your age, more what kind of music you like. The 2011 programms did not existe for the moment but you can watch their site via Google to "fete de la music 2011 paris"

Re: fete de la musique 2011

by leanneedwards

Everyone has pretty much said what the venue is like.. just walk on if you don't like what you are hearing... it goes for most of the night.. the later the younger style... as with all things in life ha ha...

Re: fete de la musique 2011

by anceyfrance

It is pretty much the same everywhere, just different entertainers. I love Paris but it is very full of people, fun, exciting, not easy to get a drink or cab or anything, but I love it. I also have enjoyed many other other cities with lesser and unknown artists, it is the fun of the event that matters.

Travel Tips for Paris

Wallace Fountains

by gordonilla

The somewhat obvious but slightly unknown Wallace fountains are public drinking fountains which were designed by Charles-Auguste Lebourg. They are in the form of small cast-iron sculptures, which are scattered throughout Paris on many of the most-frequented sidewalks.

An English philanthropist, Richard Wallace, financed their construction thus their name. A great aesthetic success, they are one of the symbols of Paris.

Old old cliché

by rickyvilla81

Old old cliché, but who goes to Paris and doesn't go up the eiffel Tower? the views of this old city are spectacular. My favourite part of Paris is Montmartre, the old cobbled hill, haunt of artists and other such prostitutes. But what i would recommend, undoubtedly and with authority (ooh), is going down to the Seine, just over from Notre Dame, on a warm spring cloudless night, just on the rive gauche, and taking it in. this is where everyone gets their romantic view of Paris from, but it's best enjoyed alone, when you can just ponder the world, and then pop into the English bookstore, Shakespeare and co, the most brilliant old bookshop anywhere, at midnight and sit and read some other old gits ***e drivel about romance by the river. Ahem. Yeah, this is the place in Paris. World Cup 98 when it was football mad, that's all I'm saying.

Get a good cycling map

by Nemorino

Velib' has been such a huge success in Paris that dozens of publishing companies have come out with maps and guidebooks purporting to be guides to the system.

After looking at most of these and trying out several, I feel confident in recommending this map called "Paris Voies Cyclables" by Media Cartes.

It costs two Euros more than its similar-looking competitors (EUR 4.95 instead of 2.95) but it much more detailed and accurate, showing exactly where there are separate bicycle lanes, which bus lanes are open for cyclists, which direction the one-way streets go and which (few) one-way streets are open to cyclists going the other direction.

And it shows exactly where all the Velib' stations are located, with no mistakes that I have found so far.

One of the other maps indicated a Velib' station on Ile Saint-Louis, for example, where none exists, and it showed no Velib' stations near the Musée d'Orsay, where in fact there is a big one with 64 docking stands right by the museum.

The Media Cartes map also has the advantage of being printed on un-tearable paper (indéchirable) -- at least it hasn't torn yet, and I've used it quite a bit already.

Second photo: Velib' station 7007 by the Musée d'Orsay on Rue de Lille, which was shown on the Media Cartes map but not on one of the others I tried out. This station tends to be full of bikes during the day, when the museum is open, but all 64 bikes disappear very quickly when people start leaving the museum at closing time.

http://www.media-cartes.fr/edition/ed_parisvelo.html

Rudeness

by john&eduarda

.. we have many stories about the rudeness of Parisians (see our Paris homepage) but one story that takes the biscuit is a story that my (john's) parents told from their first trip to Paris: they were in a supermarket, ready to check out their shopping. The store attendant was on his mobile when they approached the check-out area - so they waited, and waited, and waited ... after 15 minutes they left their shopping down and left the shop without anything ..

Being a child in Paris ...

by shrimp56

I like to pause in the various parks and watch the children play under the careful watch of their mothers or nannies. This was in the small park behind St. Germain de Près. This young lady was calling to her mother to "watch me"!!!

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 Fraser Suites Harmonie Paris

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Fraser Hotel Harmonie La Defense
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Address: 6 Blvd de Neuilly, La Defense 1, Paris, Ile-de-France, 92400, France