Hotel Murat

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

119 bis, boulevard Murat, 16th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75016, France
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Poor
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 18% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Families50
  • Couples39
  • Solo50
  • Business15

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A perfect Paris weekend??

by nzbased

Hi, we are in an apartment in Paris for 3 weeks (2 more to go) and husband working Mon-Fri. Any ideas on what we should do/see this weekend to make it perfect. Its not our first visit, so are looking for less-touristy things! Saturday/Sunday markets would be great if anyone can suggest the best ones. We are staying in the rue Batignolles area, not far from Sacre Coeur Basilique. We enjoy walking, French food in atmospheric restaurants and the Parisien lifestyle in general. Please create our perfect weekend! Thanks so much.

Re: A perfect Paris weekend??

by Manara

Do you know the Jacquemart-Andre museum? I did not but I was there last Friday and liked it so much! There is a temporary exhibition of Spanish artists, from El Greco to Dalì, and anyway the place is worth visiting because the building itself is beautiful.
If you want to have lunch there, the restaurant is in a beautiful room, they have wonderful salads (I had one with a lot of fish of various kinds) and wine is served by the glass.

http://www.musee-jacquemart-andre.com/fr/jacquemart/

Re: A perfect Paris weekend??

by swissfondue

Have you had the chance yet to wander through Cimetiere de Pere Lachaise.

It is absolutely facinating wandering around the gravesites and it is beautifully laid out if a little confusing to navigate but that is part of its charm. You could easily spend a couple of hours totally immersed in Parisien history.

If you enjoy walking you could also spend a pleasant afternoon walking around the Parc des Buttes Chaumont in the 19th.

Re: A perfect Paris weekend??

by nzbased

Thanks for that. We went to Pere Lachaise on our last visit, and it was beautiful. We ran out of time so may re-visit to see the parts we missed. Will also look at your other suggestion. Merci.

Re: A perfect Paris weekend??

by sarah_2010

Hello nzbased!

Paris is so beautiful, and it’s great that you want to go to places that are not too touristy. I lived there for about eight months around four years ago and I remember three markets I used to like a lot. I think they all still exist! They are Rue Cler, Saxe-Breteuil Market, Marchat de Grenelle. They are open on Saturdays and Sundays, but I’d recommend going on Sundays.

Bonne Chance!!!

Sarah

Re: A perfect Paris weekend??

by nzbased

Great, lots of info coming in! I've already looked at jacquemart-andre website and that's a definite. Thanks for those markets Sarah, I'll be checking out the map for those. And thanks Pedmar - I was hoping you were at home! Lots of options there. Will not get to Versailles, as we went on our last visit but you've left us with many other interesting ideas. Merci beaucoup and have a superb weekend everyone!

Re: A perfect Paris weekend??

by Beausoleil

I'll second the Marmottan Museum. It's a treasure and the walk from La Muette Metro Station is lovely.

You might also enjoy the Musee Nissim de Camondo and Musee Cornuschi just off the Parc Monceau. If weather is nice, the park is also wonderful and definitely off the tourist track. Near there is a market where rue Poncelet, rue des Ternes and rue Bayen meet. This is all not too far from where you are staying.

Travel Tips for Paris

The Parisians

by mvtouring

Weird people these Parisians, they walk around with an air of grace and nose in the air attitude that makes you either love them or hate them. Do not address them in English or German they will just ignore you and thereby infuriate you so that they can claim that we are commoners with no manners. Despite all of this, I had lots of fun in this city watching the Parisians sipping for a full afternoon on one glass of wine accompanied by a glass of water, watching the world go by.
We did however find these two raising a glass to us, although they did not understand us or us them.

The Arrondissements

by Pieter11

The city of Paris may look enormous and chaotic, but there really is a lot of structure to be found. The easiest way to find your position always is to look for the Eiffel Tower, but it can also be useful to pay attention to the so called “arrondissements”. These arrondissements (litterly: go-aroundings) have number from 1-20, that are visible on every nameplate of the streets in Paris.

The structure starts at the Louvre with the 1st arrondissement. From there the number go round and round like a snail, ending with the 20th arrondissement in the neighbourhood of Père Lachaise. The arrondissements only divide the area inside the major ringway around Paris, the Periferique. Every arrondissement also is divided in four quarters. So Paris has 80 quarters in total inside its Periferique.

Paris Tip

by will-care







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Guillaume Fils (meaning Bill Jr.) communing with the native
Parisians. At this market, the nectarines are just too juicy to pass by.



Bastille Day celebration

by Dee22

If you are in Paris around July 14th, you can miss the Bastille Day parade going on in the center city. Most people will be going to Champs-Elysees early on to be ready for the start of the parade, but you can also choose to take a stand somewhere at the route following Champs-Elysees, to get a view of the marching military-corps, policemen, firefigthers or maybe even the president.
There will be massive crowds in the streets, and most of the center city will be guarded with fences, so it's hard to get around in town this day. In top of that, all the metro stations are closed, as it's a national day.

In the evening there will be a huge firework-show near the Eiffel Tower...didn't get to see that in 2003 though, as I were sitting in a bar :0) - but it should be very beautiful!

Packing List

by urchinn

If you are going into the Notre Dame, remember to respect the premises and dress conservatively. No sleeveless t-shirts allowed, not even in summer.

That said, there are probably some t-shirt vendors outside ( and everywhere there are tourists ) so if you are caught unawares, worry not for quick and fast solutions are nearby~ if you buy a lot of tees, the friendly vendor will even throw in a bunch of Eiffel keychains free :)

step in and be awed by the amazing architecture!

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 Hotel Murat

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Murat Hotel Paris

Address: 119 bis, boulevard Murat, 16th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75016, France