Hotel Mattle

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

8, rue de la Boule Rouge, 09 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France
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Costs 30% less but rated 37% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Solo40
  • Business0

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Seine River cruise

by t5776


Am wondering if I could just walk into a river cruise without making any prior bookings. If so,pls advise on how to go about it and what are the cost for the cruise ?

Thank you.

Re: Seine River cruise

by euskaldun

You do not need any reservations for rides on the bateau mouches, as there are plenty. However, if you are visiting during a particularly busy season and wish to have lunch or dinner, maybe it would be wise to book ahead. You can do it on their website, which also provides information of fares, departure times, and so on.

Re: Seine River cruise

by Jefie

I agree with the previous poster, we went on an evening cruise (no meal included) with Les Vedettes du Pont-Neuf (, one of several companies offering Seine cruises, without having made a reservation and it wasn't a problem. Tickets cost 12 Euros, but if you visit their Website you can print coupons to get 2 Euros off each ticket.

Re: Seine River cruise

by t5776

Noted with many many thanks.

Re: Seine River cruise

by Purush

As the 3 posters have already replied to your query, I am just adding a minor bit here:

1. You do not need prior booking in most cases
2. ticket cost between Euro 11 to 16 per person

Remeber to claim a discount (at the time of purchase only) if u r holding a Paris Visite Pass.

Travel Tips for Paris

Y'know, you're not supposed to do this!

by spgood301

Yeah, graffiti on the Eiffel Tower. Something you really shouldn't do, but folks do anyway, on the third level. I guess it's a way of leaving your mark.

And no, there's nothing there saying "Pooch was here!". =) Now, where's that girl's phone number again? I know I wrote it down when I was up there! =)

Life in Paris

by sourbugger

I recently came across a wonderfull blog that ruminates on life in Paris.

The site also has a number of comments added to it, which are also very often hilariously funny and informative.

Find this site at :

Centre Georges Pompidou

by matcrazy1

The "Centre Georges Pompidou", formerly "Centre Beaubourg". Massive structural expressionist cast exoskeleton, "exterior" escalators enclosed in transparent tube.
It's located in the centre of historic Paris, within one kilometre of Notre Dame and the Louvre, and on the edge of the densely populated medieval quarter.
The Centre's activities:
- presentation of the permanent collections of the Musée national d’art moderne - Centre de création industrielle (Mnam-Cci),
- exhibits,
- public reading space, provided by the Bibliothèque publique d’information (Bpi),
- performances (theater, dance, music),
- cinema, symposia and debates, and publications.


by Norali

Belgium has brasseries (: breweries), so do Parisians. Parisians don't brew beer anymore. I have heard the sole case ever of a Parisian guy brewing his beer & serving it at his brasserie. Still, for me, Paris is the place for brasseries & Parisians love theirs. Maybe for the very reason I find them to be a good bargain: good food, less formal than restaurants.

For our stay in 2004, we used to have our typically French, half-baguette beurrée and café/ chocolat chaud breakfasts at Le Zeyer. The first day, it was around 10am. I was having my breakfast whilst the chef was studying the menu & his colleagues, displaying the fruits (strawberries, raspberries being placed in the fridge to be served at noon). Outside, the cute yellow awning stressed the impression of warmth. Another garçon was displaying oysters on a stack of ice. Those oysters & this seafood used to drawn us to Le Zeyer that day. It was a summer August stay in Paris. Still, it was fresh & quite relaxing inside.

Got to think... it was the same decades ago. In 1984, we used to live in the 14e for our 2-month stay. The same oyster & seafood display used to lure us when taking & stepping down at Alésia station.

Later on, after visiting les Batignolles, when my dad suggested we headed to this brasserie on Place Alésia, I remembered about the fruits... Mmmm.. so refreshing they were while chilling out after the long walk around Batignolles area.

Le Zeyer also has a roofed terrace where to sit soaking up the ambience, having some drinks (esp. a Kro, the French beer, a Pastis, a kir royal) and, for me, enjoying my dish of strawberries, suncurrants, raspberries at 4pm :-)... whilst one can have a look on the streets, on Place Alésia. Life is great. Life is cool.

Of course, breweries serve noon lunch and diner too. According to their specialty, one can have oysters, a regional cuisine, but mostly cuisine de brasserie, rather massive such as steak frites, a good grill, sometimes venison, fish, seafood...

To try one, browse the below web address .

Practical style needed for Paris

by Sandflake

I've noticed that Parisians have a minimum of baggage when they travel. They don't hesistate to repeat the use of their clothing! Bring outfits that you can mix and match. Depending on the weather, women can make use of scarves adn accessories to change the mood or the style of their outfits.
Elegance is important! We can tell who the tourists are. Keep your colors discrete, this would also make it easier for you to mix and match clothing.
Bring comfortable walking shoes! A good old pair of sneakers can be a tell-tale sign of a tourist. But one can find many good, comfortable and stylish walking shoes nowadays... Puma, Adidas, Camper, etc.

Ladies, save your heels for short distances and sit-down dinners! :) In Paris, you would easily find all the toiletries that you're used to.

Just remember that the dispensing of medicines in French pharmacies is very strict. If you don't have a prescription from a local doctor, you will have to see one first before purchasing any medicines there, other than usual over-the-counter drugs. It would be better that you bring along all the medicines that you need.

Refer to this link for information on pharmacies in Paris that are open 24h a day, and everyday: Most pharmacies have limited hours, closing at 7pm and are not open on Sundays.


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 Hotel Mattle

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Address: 8, rue de la Boule Rouge, 09 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France