Hotel Alexandrie

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

19 rue d'Austerlitz, 12 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75012, France
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taxi from the Normandy hotal to Charles De Gaulle Airport

by kaniar

We are only in Paris for one day. We were going to stay at the Normandy so we can take a bus tour of Paris. I have heard it is difficult to get a taxi in Paris to take you to the airport---is that true? Can we arrange for a taxi to pick us up at the Normandy? Should we hire a private car?



Re: taxi from the Normandy hotal to Charles De Gaulle Airport

by xymmot

Your hotel can arrange a taxi to take you to the airport. Just arrange a time with them and you would have no problem.

Re: taxi from the Normandy hotal to Charles De Gaulle Airport

by pfsmalo

Taxi-drivers love the runs out to the airport. Makes for a decent price for them, plus the guarantee of bringing someone back, so doubling up.

Re: taxi from the Normandy hotal to Charles De Gaulle Airport

by Beausoleil

I'm sure you will have no trouble booking a taxi. We recently took a very early morning taxi to the train station in Paris with no problem at all. Since you are going to the airport, consider booking a shuttle instead of a taxi. You can book with other people in a van for 8 people with luggage which is what we have done a few times for very early flights. You can also book a shuttle just for yourselves (a private shuttle) and that will cost more but probably not as much as a taxi.

Here is the web site for the shuttle we use and we share with other people so it's not a private shuttle. They do offer the private service.

Here is a web site for a limousine service we have used twice. It is quite reasonable.

Here is a site that will give you the cost of a taxi.

Hope this helps and that you enjoy your day in Paris.

Re: taxi from the Normandy hotal to Charles De Gaulle Airport

by cochinjew

Taxi drivers actually would love to take you to the airport. I usually take a taxi to Porte Maillot and catch the Air France Bus from there and they always ask, for few more euros we can get to CDG.
You should have no problems.
one word about booking taxis in Paris, we use G7 and the meter starts ticking from the moment a taxi takes your call, so dont be surprised to see a taxi arriving with already 20 euros on the meter. there are always taxi stands near hotels and the hotel can arrange a taxi for you.
Enjoy your day in Paris

Travel Tips for Paris

The Museum Pass

by kristen05

Paris is an extremely expensive city and most of their main attractions charge for admission. Since my friend and I were on an extremely tight budget, we got a one day Museum Pass at a Metro Station. It was not very expensive and it gives you access to many of the top attractions in Paris (including the Louvre and the Arc de Triomphe) without having to wait in the large lines. Considering all the places we went into, the card more than paid for itself and we went into places we wouldn't necessarily have gone to otherwise since it wouldn't cost us anything extra.

Notre-Dame de Paris

by bugulma

Another famous place in Paris is Cathedral Notre-Dame de Paris. It was built in 1163-1345 on the Cite Island and it’s the biggest church in the city. After Revolution of 1789 there was a plan to destroy the cathedral but fortunately it didn't happen. In 1802 the cathedral was sanctified and ceremonies began again here. Right here in 1804 Napoleon was crowned here as Emperor of France.
How to get it? I did it by walk. The nearest transport station is Cite metro station, line 4.


by SirRichard

Metro: Charles de Gaulle-Etoile / RER: Charles de Gaulle-Etoile / Bus: 73
Once you are in L'Etoile Square, don't try to reach the arc crossing the street: the Arch is most easily (and safely) reached by tunnel from the north side of the Champs Elysées.
The arch itself is wonderfully decorated, but what I enjoyed most was the views from the roof. Looking eastwards, down the Champs Elysées, toward the Louvre, there is the Place de la Concorde, the Tuileries Gardens, and the Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel. In the opposite direction - westwards - in the distance is its larger and newer cousin, La Grande Arche de la Défense.

language of love

by voyageur2

French may mean different things in our minds. Difficult to learn, enjoyable to speak etc... Though you can hear other European languages in the streets and markets, most of locals prefer French as only way of oral communication. Anyway obtain a dictionary or book for basic needs and start to learn. Because Paris is the right place for smelling a traditional atmosphere of culture and delight.

the joys of packing...

by critter8

i brought a large suitcase (with wheels) and a medium duffel bag as carry on for a ten day trip shoes... i was fine with cute sandals for short trips shopping or out to dinner, but when we were hardcore, i wore some cute european style tennis shoes. comfort is key, but style is the keychain :)
for clothing at the end of june.. i would reccommend capris, longs skirts, blouses, and sweaters to layer with. it did get very chilly! most hotels we stayed at did not provide wash cloths or loofahs (or shower curtains!!ahh!!) so bring one of those. of course, all the other essentials. i also brought tide sink detergent which comes in little packs. it was perfect for washing my white jacket! digital camera. 2 memory cards ( 1 gig & a 256 mb). plus two disposables for backup.


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 Hotel Alexandrie

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Address: 19 rue d'Austerlitz, 12 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75012, France