Hotel Astruc Elysees Paris

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

18 rue Leon-Jost, 17 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75017, France
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  • Families75
  • Couples80
  • Solo50
  • Business0

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Parking in the Marais District

by afcmalta

AS I must travel with my car this time, can anyone indicate any parking spaces around the Marias, Paris please?

Re: Parking in the Marais District

by pfsmalo

Do you need your car in Paris ? If not, might I humbly suggest parking out in a safe area such as La Varenne St. Hilaire/St Maur and taking the RER back in to your hotel. Be sure not to park in residential spaces.

Otherwise you have public garage parking at :
Rue de Turenne
Rue du Petit Musc
Rue de l'hotel de Ville
Rue st. Antoine
Also one on place Pompidou close to Centre Pompidou (Beaubourg).

Free parking spaces are becoming fewer and fewer, even in the close suburbs.

Re: Parking in the Marais District

by Beausoleil

There are plenty of car parks (pay parking) in the Marais but it's a very large area. Could you give us a street or cross street where you want to park?

There are also hotels in Paris that have parking. Have you looked for them? We have had to have a car in Paris a couple times (not recommended) and stayed at Hotel Clement in the St. Germain district. They have an agreement with the parking garage under the St. Germain Market across the street.

Good luck.

Travel Tips for Paris

When to go

by Mar78

Paris has something different to offer no matter which season you visit. I've been in spring, fall, and winter, and it was a completely different experience each time. No matter when you go, always bring layers and a waterproof coat or umbrella, as weather can be unpredictable. Winter can be especially cold, but there's still a lot to do. There's an outdoor ice-skating rink out at Montparnasse that's a great family activity. January also marks the beginning of the biannual "soldes" or sales. You can get some great bargains if you know where to look.

Spring is a good time to visit Versailles and all of the parks and gardens. The days are a bit longer, so you have more time to enjoy activities in the daylight.

Returning your Velib' bike

by Nemorino

To return your bike you first have to find a Velib' station with a free docking stand that has a green light on it.

In this photo the young couple on the right has arrived at station 5009 (the ninth station in the 5th arrondissement) on rue du Fouarre, behind the church St. Julien-le-Pauvre, hoping to return their bikes there.

No docking stands are free (I have just taken the last one, actually), but the other couple on the left has just started entering their numbers to borrow two bikes, so two docking stands will be free in just a minute. (This often happens at busy stations with lots of coming and going.)

On the right side of the bike there is a metal tongue which you slide -- or ram! -- into the slit on the docking stand. If you've made contact the light will turn yellow, then green and there will be two beeps to confirm that your bike has been returned. But if you fail to get the tongue all the way in the light will blink yellow and there will be lots of rapid beeps as a warning, so you have to try again, using brute force if necessary.

If by any chance the light should turn red (which happened to me once), then the return of your bike has not been registered. In this case you MUST ring the Velib' people and tell them what happened, otherwise your account will be blocked and you might even be charged for the missing bike. You can make voice contact through the built-in phone in the computer terminal (using the i for information function on the front side of the terminal), which in my experience works perfectly well unless you are at a busy intersection with very loud traffic noise, or you can phone them at 01 30 79 79 30.

Second photo: These ladies have just returned their bikes with no difficulties to Velib' station 12010 on Avenue Daumesnil in the 12th arrondissement. (I took one of their bikes a minute later.)

More room for pedestrians

by Nemorino

Even in places where bus and bicycle lanes are not needed, the city has started re-allocating space to make more room for pedestrians and less for cars. Here on rue Béranger in the 3rd arrondissment they have removed one lane of motor traffic (it's a one-way street), widened and re-paved the sidewalk and started planting trees. When I took the photo the trees weren't there yet, but the emplacements for them were already in place. And they have installed posts to prevent motorists from parking on the newly widened sidewalk.

Second photo: A couple blocks later on rue de Turenne (same street, different name) we have a bad example of a street that has not yet been rearranged. The too-wide street generates excess motor traffic and encourages speeding. The too-narrow sidewalk means that pedestrians get bunched up and have trouble getting through as soon as there are six or seven of them in the same place.

Third photo: Like many other cities, Paris has created several pedestrian districts in which the streets are closed off to motor traffic except for deliveries at certain times of day, and even then the speed limit is 15 kilometers per hour. The photo shows an entrance to the pedestrian area of Les Halles, which has turned this once-inhospitable neighborhood into a lively urban setting with numerous cafes, restaurants and shops.

Fourth photo: These signs are announcing "Paris respire" (Paris breathes), showing which streets will be closed off to motor traffic on Sundays and holidays to make space for pedestrians, cyclists and inline skaters.

The Local Market

by mrclay2000

Food, fruit and vegetable stands are as common in Paris as the bakeries and patisseries. Though Paris is in fact a hustling, bustling city, there is a serene (almost rural) feeling of walking across an empty lane to the grocer for fresh tomatoes for your salad. Paris teems with crowds, but there is probably no city on earth that hides its metropolis better than the City of Light.

Stade De France

by vichatherly

I visited the stadium when Manchester United played LOSC Lille Metropole here in a Champions league game. Unfortunately United lost.

An excellent stadium though with an all seater capacity of 80,000. Opened in January 1998. It can be seen on your bus journey into the city centre from CDG airport.


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Address: 18 rue Leon-Jost, 17 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75017, France