Hotel Concortel Paris

19 - 21 rue Pasquier, 08 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75008, France
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62
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  • Couples85
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by hyeeh6

Hi, does anyone know of at least a 3 star hotel or hotels that are near champs ellysses, not too pricey but still nice??

Thanks,
Shelly

Re: hotels

by cgf

there are almost a hundred of hotel in district 8
use booking.com or venere.com and then filter the district/arrondissement

Re: hotels

by Chris_66

Check hotel Belfast, http://www.hotelbelfastparis.com/ avenue Carnot, just next to Arc de Triomphe. A decent 3 star hotel that has very affordable rates as compared to the other 3 star hotels in the area. I came from CDG and used an Air France shuttle that stops just in front of the hotel entrance. The metro and RER station is also in front of the Hotel's door. You have the Champs Elysees also next to the hotel and plenty of good restaurants in the area.
I can recommend also hotel Concortel; it is about 5 to 10 mn walk to the Champs Elysees as the hotel is next to Madeleine. Hotel has some french old-style charm that I like very much. The major good point of this hotel is definitely the quality of its staff and manager that make you feel the most important person on earth; always genuinely smiling, courteous, checking out all the time if evertthing is ok and what they could to help. I enjoyed so much my stay there. Check their website if you like it: http://www.concortel-paris-hotel.com/

Travel Tips for Paris

EIFFEL TOWER Yes...you've...

by annk

EIFFEL TOWER Yes...you've seen it hundreds of times, but it really is spectacular. Did not realize how enormous it was until I stood underneath it. Take the elevator to the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd levels. Save time waiting in line by taking the elevator closest to the park. The tour buses park by the street closest to the river, so the lines for the elevator are longer there. Great views of the city on a clear day. You must come back at night and see the tower lit up. For the first 10 minutes of each hour (since the year 2000 celebration), twinkle lights are turned on.....stunning!!

Cirque d´Hiver at night

by Carmela71



On our first night, we went from Republic to Notre dame and this was our first photo the Cirque d´Hiver, we did not visit it at night, as we are not much fond of magicians or clowns, but is a nice sight at night.

Cheap Lunch Or Snack

by CALSF

I love that one can walk into the many boulangeries and buy a delicious and inexpensive sandwich. It's what the locals do. They do not eat lunch in restaurants all of the time. It's just too expensive. You will notice alot of the locals around lunchtime scoping out different boulangeries that sell sandwiches. There are quite alot of varieties of sandwiches to choose from. I never ever ate a sanwich jambon that did not taste good. The cost for this long baguette filled with ham and butter is about a little over 3 euro. Can't beat that price.

The smelly stuff at galleries lafayette

by sourbugger

I have a mate of mine who has a theory as to why French food is so good. He claims that when the English layed siege to French towns in medieval times, the inhabitents had to eat rats and such like, so they concocted sauces to make any old muck taste OK.

On the other hand he also argues the French buy so much perfume because French women don't wash too often and use the l'eau d'toilette to cover the odd bit of whiffiness.

I could of course not condone such outragous views, but he is at least right in that one hell of alot a perfume is shifted on the ground floor of Paris's premier department store ; Galleries Lafayette.

As I had half an hour to kill in this place I tried to work out what attracted consumers to the different brands that all had their own counters. French Women seemed to know exactly what they wanted - heading straight for the main brands like Channel. Most Frenchmen appeared to wander about until they found the counter with what they considered to be the most attractive sales assistants. The John-Paul Gaultier counter seemed to especially busy that day.

Catacombs Under Paris

by jnyvegas

Land of The Dead. When the cemetaries of Paris were full they dug up all the old bones and put them here. Very Weird place right under the city. After you pay your entrance fee you decend some stairs and then its a long walk underground on gravel to reach the bones, about 1/4 mile(not exaggerating) or longer it was hard to tell and it was kinda dark too. If you are claustraphobic this is not the place for you. It is an interesting place worth seeing, but make sure not to try and steal any bones, once you climb the 80 or so steps back to the top a security guard serches you to see if you have taken anything. Take the metro to the Denfert-Rochereau metro station, its the unassuming building across the street.

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Address: 19 - 21 rue Pasquier, 08 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75008, France