Hotel Le Petit Trianon

2, rue de l'Ancienne Comedie, Paris, France
Hotel Le Petit Trianon
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Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
11%
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Very Good
26%
12
Average
15%
7
Poor
8%
4
Terrible
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17

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  • Families18
  • Couples50
  • Solo33
  • Business16

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Hotel Le Petit Trianon...Reviews???

by saab55

Hello VTers-
I just booked two nights at The Hotel Le Petit Trianon-but I wasn't able to find any reveiws of it on the internet. If anyone has stayed there or has heard anything good/bad about it, let me know, please, before I go there in a week!
Thanks

Paris Hotel with 2 Children

by tihlenfe

We are looking for a hotel in Paris, July 22 - 25 and July 28 - 30. We have two children (14 yrs, 11 yrs) and would prefer a single room (quad). Our preference is a two star level, and we don't require but would prefer english speaking hosts. Any suggestions? (We are planning on visiting many places in Paris, and will take the metro or walk.)

Thank you.

Re: Paris Hotel with 2 Children

by leonik

Hello...
I stayed at Hotel Le Petit Trianon and i loved it! It's about 1 or 2 stars, without TV.
Ensuite toilet, shower.
Twin-sharing.
65 Euros a night.
Free 10-minute internet access per person at @ccess but remember to ask the owner for it.
The owner was really hospitable... and speaks english reasonably well too.
The hotel is near Odéon Métro (2-3 minutes walk) and St Michel RER.
It can get a little noisy with the bar and cafes downstairs but i liked that!
If you're interested, here's the address:
2, Rue de l'Ancienne Comédie - 75006 Paris.
Tel: 01.43.54.94.64
Have a great stay in Paris!
Andy

Re: Re: Paris Hotel with 2 Children

by aflaneur

Check out the Paris page in www.tripadvisor.com, which is an excellent resource for travelers' postings on Paris hotels. It also links to every media article on Paris as a destination.

Re: Paris Hotel with 2 Children

by Mar78

I stayed in Paris in October in a quad with my mom, aunt, and cousin at Hotel Paris France, right off of the Republique Metro. I was pleased with the quality for the money. I know the host spoke at least a little English, but I spoke to him primarily in French, so I don't know how much English he actually spoke.
This is the website:
http://www.paris-france-hotel.com/english/Main.htm

There was a small elevator, the rooms were clean, and it was close to the metro. The Republique area is fairly centrally located, and though not as nice as the St. Germain de Pres or Champs Elysees, I personally felt pretty safe. You can check out pictures on the website. Have a great trip!

Re: Paris Hotel with 2 Children

by mattaustralia

RENT AN APARTMENT!!!
They cost about the same as a 3 star hotel and are much bigger, more comfortable and you will have a seperate living area/bathroom/kitchen and they usually have a washer and dryer!

try www.vacationsinparis.com

I will never stay in a hotel again after renting apartments!!!

Travel Tips for Paris

Go to the Luvre. Well, you are...

by china-girl

Go to the Luvre. Well, you are forwarned that the place is unbelievably huge. You must buy a guide to the top 50 works in the Luvre and study the night before. Wear running shoes as you'll need them to run around and locate the masterpieces. Sainte-Chappelle is the number 1 most beautiful and stunning church I've ever seen. Go on a sunny day and maybe a guide will help you decipher the beautiful stained glasses.

Institut du Monde Arabe

by Klod5

It is not an excellent of appointment : the terrace of the restaurant of the institute of the World Arab, is freely accessible. Frequented little, it permits to wait for his partner while benefitting from a splendid view point. You can also eat at the restaurant (necessity to reserve). You will have a superb panorama then on Paris and on Notre-Dame.

For Dumb Americans - Ask for the Check!

by Susumarie

For those Americans on their first time out of the U.S., a big difference you will find when dining is the waiters will not be rushing you away from their tables by giving you the check immediately -- or ever, until you ask for it. You will be sitting forever if you don't request the check. And for Europeans coming to the U.S., expect the check to be shoved at you any time from when your food first arrives till you say you've had enough, depending on the quality of the restaurant, but don't feel like you have to leave -- just a difference in the custom.

Evening Events!

by lmkluque

Some of the best entertainment can be found in the less beautiful areas. Behind Sacre Coeur is the famous Montmartre, this seems to be one of the oldest sections of Paris and lots of energetic activity can be found day and night.

Maybe because it was the older section of town and a place where poor artistic people gravitated to that the ambience became so festive. In anycase, the vigor can still be felt and shouldn't be missed.

La Butte aux Cailles, a village in Paris

by BeChar

An area in Paris which seems to resist to time, keeping its village atmosphere probably because it's a hill inappropriate to build large constructions.

This place is not touristic and does not hide monument. Walking in possibly paving-stone streets, you will see small houses and many bars or restaurants. A few small shops have been converted to bars the last decennies, but I hope that the evolution will not pervert this area.

Walk around rue Daviel to find "La petite Alsace", consisting of about 30 houses, built in 1910 as social habitations in Alsatian style.

I also suggest a visit or a bath at the swimming pool "Piscine de la Butte aux cailles" (Place Paul Verlaine, 5). This pool in Art-Nouveau style of 1924, disposes of mild water at 28°C coming from an artesian well (582m deep).
(detailed historical information -in French- at Piscine).

Many details about this place and attractions are given in Butte aux Cailles, again in French.

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Address: 2, rue de l'Ancienne Comedie, Paris, France