Hotel De Belfort

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

37 Rue Servan, 11th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75011, France
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Satisfaction Terrible
Very Good

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 64% more and rated 29% lower than other 2 star hotels

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Good For Solo
  • Families20
  • Couples13
  • Solo25
  • Business0

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Everthing you need in a hostel

by nylo about Hotel de Belfort

On Rue de Belfort is this little 2star Hotel/Hostel.
Was all we needed as we were only in the room to sleep :) Our room was clean and comfortable. The staff were very helpful and knowledgable!!! Breakfast was basic but good (the best hot chocolate!) and yummy croissant and crunchy bread roll.
We booked it on so it was a good price.


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Forum Posts

Le Marais area, Rue de Tournelles

by Bentee

A friend and I, both 17, are planning to go to Paris in October for a week.
We saw this apartment on the Rue de Tournelles in the Marais area.
Can anyone tell us about this area, if it's safe, what we will find there etc.
Or other suggestions on where to stay.

Thanks :)

Re: Le Marais area, Rue de Tournelles

by Belsaita

Can't remember this exact street but Le Marais is a very nice area of Paris. I've (sadly) not been there for a while, but it's my favorite area in town. It used to be even better some years ago, before so many tourists discovered it ;-))
Last time I was a bit disappointed finding most of my favorite "unique-boutiques-selling-unusual-things" replaced by the mainstream brands, but it's still nice. Lots of small shops, cafes, restaurants. It's safe as as anywhere else provided you do not forget it's a big city and use you common sense. I guess with more tourists there will be more pickpockets around, but nothing that will concern me too much.

Re: Le Marais area, Rue de Tournelles

by GrumpyDiver

The areas in the core of Paris are "safe". The places with the issues over the past few years have tended to be the suburbs with high levels of immigrant population. The Marais is one of those "core" areas (we stayed just to the west of the Marais when we were in Paris for a week this past March)were often travelled through it.

Re: Le Marais area, Rue de Tournelles

by Bentee

Thanks for the info :)

Re: Le Marais area, Rue de Tournelles

by pfsmalo

This is a pretty good place to be and plenty safe. Just round the corner from place des Vosges and the Jewish quarter one way, Bastille, rue de Lappe and Charonne with some good restos and nightlife. With a reasonable walk you're not far from Notre Dame, Ile St. Louis, a little further and you're in the Latin Quarter and the Louvre.There are plenty of tips from myself and fellow VT'ers to help you with visiting and getting the most out of your stay.
Almost forgot, on one of the corners of rue des Tournelles is a good resto "Chez Janou".

Good luck.

Re: Le Marais area, Rue de Tournelles

by puerto_lover

You are very close to the Place des Vosges which is a nice central park surrounded by 'royal' buildings with plenty of history. The area is perfectly fine and within a short walk you are on busy Rue de Rivoli and heading west you soon walk to the Pompidou Centre and Les Halles area. Or the Note Dame.

Re: Le Marais area, Rue de Tournelles

by pencilshavings

Another area that is nice to stay in is the Latin Quarter in the 5th arrondissemont. We rented an apartment, so we can bring food back from the market at Rue Mouffetard. Eating out all the time can be expensive, so if you buy a rotisserie chicken from the market, and some bread and cheese, you can't go wrong.

Travel Tips for Paris

Ecole Militaire -- * 7e

by shrimp56

Here I'm standing between Ecole Militaire and the Eiffel Tower on Champ de Mars The intervening monument is a war memorial.
Here's a great site for information and pictures of Champ de Mars. Just walking around whatever neighborhood I'm staying in -- in this case the 7th.


by nygaston

Le cafe des phares , 7 place de la bastille
Bofinger (restaurant)
Opéra Bastille
Le cafe du Passage 12 rue de Charonne


Taverne HENRY IV 13 place du pont neuf

Berthillon, 31 rue Saint Louis en L'ile
Metro Pont Marie
The most famous ice cream

Le Flore en 'ile
42 qaui d'orleans Cafe de la Mosquee
38 rue Geoffroy saint Hilaire
Metro Jussieu

* You must stop here for a minth tea or for a couscous.

TEL 01 43 31 18 14

dress well - Please!!!

by pink_fever

for the ladies: please don't wear shorts!!! Wear a skirt - you're in paris and are not only allowed, but encouraged to be sexy!!!
for the (american) men: whateveryou do, refrain from wearing large, white tennis shoes. You might as well be wearing a sign that says, "make mean jokes about me in french, 'cause I sure as hell won't know what you're saying!"

Don't Assume It's Like Home

by shutterlust

Make sure you can reasonably carry your bags if you plan on taking the metro and not a taxi. There are plenty of stairs to manuever around so don't overpack. Also, bring a bag that is secure (not like a one snap bag) b/c it'll be harder for people to swipe say, your wallet. Everyone in Paris wears scarves. Bring a couple of every and any color. Bring your own deodorant. They may not have your brand here. an adaptor if it has flexible voltage (read 110-220 V) or a transformer if it's only one of the two. It would be a shame to have your battery die at Sacre Coeur. An alarm clock, a wash cloth (european hotels don't consider this a necessity) a duffel bag to carry souvenirs home in, and Hershey's chocolate kisses to bribe airport customs! ;-)


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 Hotel De Belfort

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Address: 37 Rue Servan, 11th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75011, France