Holiday Inn Garden Court PARIS-AUTEUIL

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

21, Rue Gudin, 16 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75016, France

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Holiday Inn Paris Auteuil
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 37% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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    Good Friendly Service Hotel


    Arrived in Paris on 14th July (Bastille Day) in the early morning.

    Hotel staff was very friendly and all of them speaks English well. Managed to leave behind our baggage with the hotel as it was too early to check-in to our room. Returned to hotel in the afternoon and checking in to pre-paid (non-refundable) room. The hotel has a lift/elevator serving every floor.

    Room was equiped with high speed wifi (1st hour free and thereafter 10 Euro for 2nd hour and 15 Euro for 3rd hour). Logging out of wifi before expiry of 1st hour losses the balance of free minutes. I forgotten to bring along the power adaptor and had no problem borrowing one from the hotel reception with a 10 Euro refundable deposit.

    Room is equipped with mini-bar, LCD TV and mini-safe. Toilet facilities are very basic with standing shower cubicle, wash basin, toilet bowl complete with cups and towels. No razors, comb, long bath. Shampoo cum Body Soap is available via dispenser.

    Didn't try the hotel's breakfast as 10 Euro per person is required. Breakfast area is rather small but there are many other options, like McDonald (from 7:30am) across the road or 2 other cafes near the hotel and 2 others at other end of the road.

    Hotel main entrance is locked at night and you will need to summon the staff to unlock the entrance door, which is not a problem.

    Checking out was a breeze too.

    Unique Quality: friendly staffs with great service.

    French bakery store 15 metres from hotel entrance.

    Mini-supermarket 20 metres from hotel entrance.

    Metro entrance/exit 20 metres from hotel entrance.

    rental bicycles kiosk 50 metres from hotel entrance.

    McDonald across the road.

    free wifi internet service for 1 hour per night stay (McDonald across the road has free wifi from 7:30am to 11:00pm).

    Directions: Take the metro to Porte de Saint Cloud, Exit Rue Gudin and the hotel is on the left.

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Travel info

by strwbrryki

Hello! In a couple of weeks I will be arriving in Paris at Charles de Gaulle International Airport. I will be staying at:

102, boulevard de Grenelle
75015 Paris

I was just wondering if anybody knew how best to get to the hotel? I was hoping to travel by train - which station is nearest, and do I need to also travel by Metro?? Many thanks!

Re: Travel info

by GillianMcLaughlin

Here's the hotel website. Get the Air France bus from CDG to Montparnasse.

Re: Travel info

by Tiffany808

Hi there... I am also going in two weeks and staying in that area... Not sure if you want to take a shuttle van, but thats what Im doing. I took the advice of another VTer and reserved the Bee Shuttle service to and from the airport and my hotel. It just seems so much easier, they are waiting for you when you arrive. I think its 22 euro each way. Not bad for Have fun, Tiffany

Re: Re: Travel info

by fossettes

By RER and Metro - Get on the RER (Regional Railway) B line in to Paris. At the Denfert - Rochereau stop change to the Metro 6 line in the direction of Charles-de-Gaulle Etoile. Get off at the Duplex stop. From here you are about 2 blocks to the hotel.

Have you ever been in this hotel?

by drshervin

Hi everyone,
I am planning a trip to Paris and want to reserve a room in

Holiday Inn Garden Court

has anyone ever been in this hotel? any comments?
best regards :-)

RE: Have you ever been in this hotel?

by mad4travel

Check out the website:
Its a bit like this site where people post their experiences of staying in hotels - warts and all. I have booked hotels in several places on the back of good reviews on this site and have never gone wrong. you can even compare prices and book on the site.

RE: Have you ever been in this hotel?


I second the advice of the previous poster. It seems that the hotel got mixed reviews so far. It's located in the 8th district near to the Champs Elysees and the department stores. Personally I don't like this area as it's got no charm. As I say this is my opinion only as I've stayed in the 17th near to the Champs Elysees and it's just filled with fast food restos, tourist trap restos, and stores. After my stay around that area I left for the Latin Quarter and St. Germain areas which I really do prefer. Maybe you have a reason for staying at a Holiday Inn, but I find them charmless honestly. In Paris there are many individual, charming 3* hotels located in great locations.

RE: Have you ever been in this hotel?

by Tote_sweet

My sister stayed at this hotel last year and they didnt like it at all. Its an average hotel. You could check the for reviwes.

RE: Have you ever been in this hotel?

by Sofia0412

In the same area, I stayed at Hotel Elysees Mermoz, a really lovely hotel, 3 stars that was wonderful. The area is good, just near Champs Elysees, at walking distance from Le Louvre and from Opera, a good place to stay on the Right bank.
Have a look at
Have a nice trip!

RE: Have you ever been in this hotel?

by meheu

I am sorry not to be able to help you with this hotel but I can recommend you another nice 4 stars hotel located in the same area but near the Champs elysees avenue in a calm street. The hotel is called Hotel Bradford Elysees, , the hotel is really really confortable, nicely decorated with an elegant style.It is really nice hotel and the staff is really helpfull
Enjoy Paris

RE: Have you ever been in this hotel?

by drshervin

Thanks all for your answer,

Great help,

See you

Travel Tips for Paris

SEE 'LE TOUR de FRANCE'!!!!. I...

by Michael_D

SEE 'LE TOUR de FRANCE'!!!!. I was fortunate enough to see several legs of The Tour de France in 2000, in 2001 AND in 2002. It always astounds me how these guys do it. In France cycling is nearly a religion..from Bernard Hinault to Larent Fignon, France has lives and breathes its cycling event and its stars and rightfully so. This year the colors are the same: RED/WHITE/BLUE but, this time the stars were American. Clearly Europeans have ruled cycling for hundreds of years and even though American Greg LeMond(think about it..even HE has a French last name..'the World') won it a few times...I NEVER thought anyone would do it again AND I never thought we'd EVER win the team title.

Well Lance Armstrong and the U.S. POSTAL TEAM did it...THREE YEARS IN A ROW!!!and Lance did it after being nearly counted out 4 years ago with cancer that matasticised throughout his entire is a miracle someone lives to walk around the block after such an illness...muchless win a , mostly uphill, bicycle race of 2,800 miles duration against some of the finest atheletes on the entire planet.
NOTE: I cycled up a section of Mont Ventoux and it took me an hour. Later, my car had a hard time getting up the route! The scene above...a victory lap around the Champs de Elysees...2 years in a row!


by thinking

In March 1998, the French Senate passed a law to protect the "artisian" baker.

To be called an "Artisian" baker, you MAY NOT use any method that is industrial, only the traditional
method of breadmaking is allowed.
Look for the sign "Artisan baker" in France and taste for yourself the quality and the difference!
Better yet, look for the long lines inside or in front of the shop, and mostly likely, you will have found
a great place!

To make your own bread, purchase bannetons in France.
Bannetons are the traditional French style, made of wicker and lined with linen (the liner is not removable).

They are NOT the German brotform (cane) style.
They are suitable for home.
The ones made in France which cost a lot (sorry, you gotta pay big bucks to get those... no way around it).
The baskets are well made, and the linen is much thicker in France and it's sewn in using the really strong thread
and fine workmanship used by the French models. I like the importance they place on the quality of their bread, food and wine.
They shut down the country for 2 hours beginning at noon everyday to eat well, and nearly everyone eats lunch.
I also like the beautiful buidlings that the French Kings made for themselves which now I can enjoy for myself.

A coffee with History

by fra72

Café de Flore (172, Boulevard Saint Germain). If for no other reason than to sit with history, you should have at least a cafe at Café Flor.One of the rare cafès that during WW II was able to serve its customers underneath the bombs. On its chairs some of the most famous writers, philosophers and artists spent entire days dialoguing and building up a new idea of society: Picasso, Sartre, De Beavoir, Giacometti are just some of their names.

Indulge in Some Cheese


It probably had not occurred to many here that there is a cheese course that's served in between the entree and the dessert. The cheese plate is considered to be one of the highlights of a multi-course meal. At Le Tastevin we had brie. It was wonderful: ripe, very creamy.

The Parisians shop for their cheese as much as they shop for their bread and meats. Therefore, there are many fromageries (cheese shops) located in the city. One famous fromagerie is called Androuet. I got to visit the location on the rue Mouffetard last December. It was very crowded most likely for the holiday season. Many types of cheese abound!

Tomb of the unknown soldier

by morgr

The tomb of the unknown soldier is an unfortunate reminder of the follies man is capable of. What's more unfortunate is that we don't seem to learn from them.

The tomb is situated under the Arc de Triumph, and there is a constant flame burning in remembrance. The remains of the unknown soldier were burried here on Nov. 11, 1920.

There are similar 'unknowns' in London, Moscow, USA and even here in Canada, to name a few.


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 Holiday Inn Garden Court PARIS-AUTEUIL

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Address: 21, Rue Gudin, 16 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75016, France