Hotel Camelia Prestige Paris

6 avenue Philippe Auguste, 11 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75011, France
Hotel Camelia Prestige
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Very Good
25%
9
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15
Poor
13%
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  • Couples25
  • Solo33
  • Business11

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Best destination to stay in Paris

by narsisus about Hotel Camelia Prestige

According to me, Hotel Camelia Prestige is located in the best destination in Paris. It made my travel very comfortable, I reached every destination very easily of course by metro/subway. It is located around Place de la Nation,in the 11th Arrondissement and sometimes you don't need to change the train to move. I must confess that I sometimes lost my way in the subway, because it is really large and there are lots of trains going different directions, so it is better to be able to move directly.

They offer rooms with free Wi-Fi, it is also a positive for travels to make their plan and connect their contacts. The price was average in September and it can be changeable. Rooms are relatively large but bathroom was a bit small. My negative idea about hotel was thin walls, we sometimes heard noises from other rooms.

They serve breakfast with an extra price. The staff was very helpful and they kept our baggages after the check-out, so we could stroll around without baggages until evening. Best Destination and staff was helpful.

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Place de la Nation:Camelia Prestige hotel

by christine.j

My son and his girlfriend are planning a short trip to Paris and found the Camelia Prestige hotel near the Place de la Nation. It seems to be a very cheap hotel (less than 20 Euro pp/pn.)
Does anyone know anything about the hotel? The reviews in tripadvisor are from last year. Is the Place de la Nation considered to be a good location or too far from the centre?
Thank you in advance.

RE: Place de la Nation:Camelia Prestige hotel

by SarahEire

Place de la Nation is a bit away from the major attractions but it shouldn't be a problem if they don't mind a metro ride. Nation is the end of one of the metro lines.

RE: RE: Place de la Nation:Camelia Prestige hotel

by raphaellecrevet

Yes they won't be able to walk anywhere, but the metro is quick and efficient

RE: Place de la Nation:Camelia Prestige hotel

by christine.j

Thanks a lot for your replies.I'll pass them on to them.

RE: RE: Place de la Nation:Camelia Prestige hotel

by ashok767

Hi Christine
Just saw your posting...i am looking at a visit to paris in september. Looked up the hotel website and it quotes 60euros during that month...
was wondering which website u used to get the rates
it wud be nice if u cud share this info
thanks
ashok
the hotel seems quite nice as the per the website
http://www.hotel-camelia.com/en/visite/

RE: RE: Place de la Nation:Camelia Prestige hotel

by christine.j

The website my son used was www.bookings.fr
Did you get my email?

Travel Tips for Paris

Egypt?

by AndyRG

The obelisque of Luxor stands proud at Place de la Concorde, where queen Marie-Antoinette, Robespierre and thousands of others had been executed...
It was placed in the 19th century and is old enough (it counts 3.200 years!).

3000-year old Egyptian Obelisk

by Sharrie

Discover the 3000-year old Egyptian obelisk weighing 230 tonnes.
I wonder what it's doing here?

A note about the Egyptian Obelisk. There are 3 of these in the world. One in Karnak Temple, Egypt. The other is at the Hippodrome, Istanbul-Turkey.

The people we met were veery...

by funnyl

The people we met were veery helpful and a smattering of bad French is enough for them to smile and guide you on where to go.
Sunset is only around 9:45pm(in May/June) which was great for us to see more in the daylight

Patron Saint

by TheWanderingCamel

The Pantheon, built after the French Revolution to replace the ancient church on the site that the Revolution had destroyed, saw its purpose changed when it was chosen to be the last resting place of the great men of France - and a cold and formal place it is, suitably full of its own importance as much as the importance of the men who lie entombed there. It's built on the site of a great pilgrimage destination - the tomb of St Genevieve - the patron saint of Paris, but she isn't included in the pantheon of the great and the good lying here.

Not that there's a lot left of the poor lady - the anti-religion fervour of the Revolution saw her mortal remains burnt in 1793 and her church destroyed - all that the ornate sarcophagus we see now contains is what was left of the original burial casket. That you'll find in the church in the square behind the Pantheon, Saint Etienne-du-Mont, and it's is a different matter altogether from the great edifice of the Pantheon. A Gothic fantasy (though of 16th century construction) it is as feminine a building as the Pantheon is masculine. As well as the saint's "tomb", there is some particularly beautiful stained glass here, and an extraordinary rood screen with a marvellous stone spiral staircase.

Other notable burials at St Etienne are the 17th century men of letters and science - Jean Racine and Blaise Pascal.

Metro: Cardinal Lemoine
Closed Mondays in July and August. Otherwise the church is open every day but it is closed for quite long periods in the middle of the day so you would do best to time your visit for mid-morning or late afternoon.

leyle

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 Hotel Camelia Prestige Paris

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Address: 6 avenue Philippe Auguste, 11 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75011, France