Hotel Ibis Porte De Bercy

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

2 Place de L'Europe, Charenton le Pont, Paris, Ile-de-France, 94220, France
Ibis Paris Porte De Bercy
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 39% less than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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  • Solo50
  • Business29

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Sicilian wine and classic tiramissu for dessert.Sicilian wine and classic tiramissu for dessert.

Palais du Luxembourg, light snow cover - Nov 2010Palais du Luxembourg, light snow cover - Nov 2010

The famous white horse of Napoléon.The famous white horse of Napoléon.

Could do with some renovation here!!!!!Could do with some renovation here!!!!!

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Tennis Masters in Oct/Nov

by clmbsb

Finally taken the plunge and booked my trip to come and watch the Masters tennis tournament in Oct/Nov. Just got a few general questions.

I am staying at the Ibis Porte de Bercy. I have stayed in Ibis hotels all over Europe so i presume this hotel is the same? Any one stayed there before?

As i will be watching the tennis all day & into the evening and i will be on my own (partner does not like tennis) i am looking for somewhere to go and have drink/food afterwards that is near to the Bercy Omnisport arena. I have found a chain of bars called Frog Bars - any comments on the bar at Bercy Village?

The metro is confusing me too. My stop for the hotel is in Zone 2 (Liberte) but i can't seem to find the price for a 1-2 Zone ticket. On the website it has the tickets priced at €1.60 or €11.40 for 10 - are these T+ tickets valid in Zone 2?

From the airport (CDG) i need to take the RER then metro - can you buy a ticket that covers both train & metro? The price of the train is €8.20 - does this include the metro too or do i need to buy a Zone 5 ticket that covers everywhere, how much is this ticket? Sorry if this is confusing but the website is not very helpful regarding different ticket types and prices.

I have given myself 1 full day to go and see the sights (been to Paris before and done everything) so just going to have a stroll around again. Plan to go to Notre Dame then walk through Jardin des Tuileries to Place de Concorde, walk up the Champs Elysees to the Arc de Triomphe, around to the Trocadero, up the Eiffel Tower (depending on the queue) then walk through the Champ de Mars to the metro back to my hotel. Yes i know it sounds like a long day but i am a early riser and will have all day.

Thank you in advance for any replies to my questions.


Travel Tips for Paris

long walks to see and enjoy...

by mariona

long walks to see and enjoy the different live from your city driving in Paris with my family. It so much curious. There are no lines in the asfalt. It was really fanny trying to arrive to the places, museums, gardens, etc. we wanted to visit to.

From Esplanade des Invalides to Trocadero

by sachara

I will never forget my first walk in Paris more than 30 years ago. From this first walk of about 20 KM I could remember the impressive architecture, the enormous parcs with monuments at both ends of the long axis and of course the famous landmarks and icons of Paris like the Eiffel Tower.

In 2005 after 30 years I made the fisrt part of the same walk again from the Esplanada des Invalides to the Jardin du Trocadero. I skipped the rest of the walk, continuing to the Arc de Triomphe, Champs Elysees, Jardin des Tuileries and Palais du Louvre. Starting from the Seine the view at the Esplanade des Invalides and the Hotel des Invalides at the end with the golden cupola at top (picture 1) was as impressive as I could remember from the first time. In the southwest corner of the Esplanade the Avenue de la Motte Picquet is heading straight to the Ecole de Militaire.

The École Militaire (see picture 2 and 3) stands at the southeastern end of the Champ-de-Mars. The Champs-de-Mars is a another large green space with the Eiffel Tower at the northwestern end. The Champs-de-Mars or ´Field of Mars´ is named after the Roman god of war, Mars. Originally it was used for military training. On the Champs de Mars in front of the Ecole Militaire stands the impressive Wall for Peace, first erected in 2000. Through the transparant wall with the word peace in 49 different languages the view at the Tour Eiffel is unique (picture 4).

From here it´s impossible to get lost with the Eiffel Tower and the Palais Chaillot allready visble from far. It´s great to walk under the Tour Eiffel and have a look at its brown coloured construction. Form here you have a nice view at the Palais Chaillot and the Jardins du Trocadero with the striking fountains (picture 5). During this walk at one hand everything looks very familiar like I could remember of my first visit 30 years earlier. At the other hand there is always something new to discover at every single corner. I enjoyed this mixture of experiences during my walk.

Architectural Details

by BeatChick

One of my favorite things about Paris is the architectural details that you'll find everywhere: inside museums (Louvre, Musée Carnavalet, Musée Picasso/Hôtel Salé), lamps, doors, the Hector Guimard Metro entrances, the tops of buildings.

The first photo is of the crown mouldings inside the Hôtel Salé/Musée Picasso in the 3rd arrondissement, part of the Marais district.

Too much time is spent rush, rush, rushing from one famous place to another in Paris. Slow down! For Paris is in the details.

Photos: April 2003 & Feb 2006

What i noticed during my...

by rythm_divine

What i noticed during my staying was that some parisians sometimes just ignore you if you try to talk in English with them ,though they understand you!But if you speak french they really appreciate that & become very friendly

Relax and Take in the Scenery

by ctorres1979

On the backside of the palace of Versailles past the gardens and the fountains in the distance we saw paddleboats slowly gliding across the water of the lake. We decided to walk down and rent one of our own. And thanks to my new husband I got to relax and lay back and get a ride around and enjoy the scenery.

The cost of this experience is relatively inexpensive. It cost 14 euro for an hour. They take an extra 10 for a deposit which they give back to you if you return on time


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 Hotel Ibis Porte De Bercy

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Address: 2 Place de L'Europe, Charenton le Pont, Paris, Ile-de-France, 94220, France