Hotel Campanile Paris Nation

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

54 rue du Rendez-vous, 12 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75012, France
Campanile Paris XII - Nation
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Rated 14% lower than similarly priced 2 star hotels

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Paris Visite or single tickets?

by sandranunes

Hi all,
We´ll be in Paris from Friday till Thrusday and I´m undecided about which one is most economical, we are good walkers. Considering I intend to make a day trip to Giverny, what would be the best option, buying the carnet of single tkts or a paris visit card?
Thanks for any input!

Re: Paris Visite or single tickets?

by rexvaughan

From the prices for the Paris Visite, the carnet wins hands down. You can buy them (10 single tickets) and share them. As for Giverny, I highly recommend it. It is about an hour by train to Vernon and from there you can taxi, bus, walk or bicycle. You can rent bicycles at the cafe directly in front of the train station in Vernon. Be sure to cross the river then the main road to get to the pedestrian/cycle path. They have maps where you rent the bicycles. Taxis are reasonable and the bus is, I think, 5 Euros roundtrip. Be sure to check the return schedule as it gets thin in the afternoon. Walk is 30-45 minutes. It is a wonderful place. Enjoy!

Re: Paris Visite or single tickets?

by sandranunes

Thanks Rex,
I guess Vernon is not inside of the Paris Visite Zones?

Re: Paris Visite or single tickets?

by Manara

You guess right: it is outside the area covered by the card.
And I agree with the reply of the previous poster about the carnet being more convenient.

Re: Paris Visite or single tickets?

by footstool

You are good walkers? Paris is made for walking. Go with the carnets. I only took the Metro when it was raining. Other times I took the bus, so as to see more of the city.

Re: Paris Visite or single tickets?

by sandranunes

Thank you!

Re: Paris Visite or single tickets?

by sandranunes

Thanks once more !

Travel Tips for Paris

La Defense

by jgemini65 can never get enough of this city! On my last trip I finally visited La Defense!!! I think it is a fabulous structure and a perfect addition to the landscape of Paris! I loved just getting to this building...remember the journey is half the adventure!!!

WiFi: Free Wireless Internet

by gandara

Most of the central cafés have free wireless internet access. It's called "WiFi" (pronounced "weefee").
Look for the "HotCafé" logo: an e in a circle. Or just ask. But keep in mind that not all waiters are aware of this, you might want to ask the boss.

All of the McDonalds have it. But, rather unexpectedly, Starbucks cafés don't have it yet. Anyway, if you're in Paris, it's nicer to go to a traditional café. Very practical if you want to check your e-mail on your own computer or handheld! Or even check (see my post on the subject).


by kris-t

Passy is an area of Paris (XVIe arrondissement), where our hotel is located . We walked around a lot and do like this nice and quiet area.

Every day we've walked by lively Rue de Passy which is situated just behind the Trocadéro and has boutiques and chain stores along its length. Some of people with ties to Passy:
Benjamin Franklin
Honoré de Balzac
Gioacchino Rossini
Alphonse de Lamartine
Giuseppe Verdi ...

There are no public restrooms like in the US

by newsphotogirl

Public toilets are non existent. Make sure you use them when available like at museums, hotels and restaurants. I was eating at one restaurant and went to use the bathroom but couldn't figure out how to work the door. You needed a token which a sympathetic waiter handed me without my asking. The only problem. There were three: one said "water closet" the other said something like "toilette" and I can't remeber what the third said. I didn't know what to pick and ended up trying the one that said "toilette". I opened the door and saw a hole in the floor and that was it. I didn't even try. I think I was supposed to use the one that said "water closet".

Packing List

by aliante1981

Take some shoes that do not make your feet feel extremely tired: you are likely to walk a lot. Well, with all those sights you just have to take lots of film!!! I would suggest packing at least two cameras, especially in summer. No, it's not that in summer they break down more quickly:))) It is just that you should put different films in them. One should be charged with ISO 200 film - the weather is almost always sunny, so it would be a right idea. And the other is to have ISO 400 (or, even better, ISO 800) film so that you would get good photos inside the Cathedrals and other monuments (or at night) when can not or do not wish to use flash. As for availability, all the photo supplies you might possibly need can be found easily almost anywhere. ATMs and Plastic money: they are the most convenient way to take your money abroad. You get lots of benefits and (almost!!) no problems. You'll get lower exchange rate than if you were to exchane your cash, and you will pay lower commissions than if you came up with a travel cheque. But, above all, you'll get safety: you will not be crying over money lost forever even if your ATM card gets stolen. And, even more than that, you can pay in many shops by a plastic card. So, I am always travelling with my ATM cards in my pocket. And almost anywhere there are plenty of ATM machines. But, however, here are some important rules to keep in mind: 1) Do use Electron/Cirrus/any other debit card for withdrawals, as any other thing will be considered a cash advance, 2)Try to take out money few times but in bigger sums so as not to accumulate fees, 3) If you loose you card call the issuing company immediatley and better call you bank, too, to block the card.


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 Hotel Campanile Paris Nation

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Address: 54 rue du Rendez-vous, 12 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75012, France