Hotel Nicolo

3 rue Nicolo, 16th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75016, France
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Student residence in the summer

by sabrina_florida

Hi there! I know that many student residences in Europe rent their empty rooms in the summer to tourists. Does anyone have any information about some of these in Paris?


Re: Student residence in the summer

by xymmot

you can try craigslist, Paris for apt. rental or roomate if you are staying a while. I heard of the student dorm rooms also, but never stayed in them. Good Luck tommyx

Re: Student residence in the summer

by leics

I can't find any information on this, which leads me to suspect that the Paris universities either a) have few 'halls of residence' or b) use these to accommodate students for summer courses, or a combination of both..

I'd be interested to know if anyone else has found such accomm.

Otherwise, I suggest you use or for hotels (venere also lists some b&bs and apartments) and and for hostels (obviously!). There are umpteen Paris apartment websites, of course...just google.

Re: Student residence in the summer

by Agraichen

I'll see if my daughter recalls where she stayed while at La Sorbonne. I know it was at the "University City" metro stop and not actually near La Sorbonne.

One thought also would be to check your local universities for courses abroad; they may have independent housing options.

Travel Tips for Paris

Great Parks throughout Paris

by WanderingPoet

Take the time to stop and feed the pigeons and people watch... Fondest memory of Paris is walking through the streets at night...the sights and sounds of Paris is like nothing on Earth...I felt like Hemingway for awhile...

La Defense

by Klod5

Shining in the sun of one thousand fires these watches of steel, concrete and glass tempts to make themselves intriguing.

The lines balance themselves.

The immensity of the buildings seems to want to impose the power of the transnational society that to established there its seat social and each building seems in war against its neighbors. Since the basis of la Grande Arche one dominates the esplanade where is constantly agitated all a world of small laborious ants.

Here, the worker finds everything that it is necessary to win his money and to spend it immediately.

In this space constantly in yard, loud, stressful hive, the esplanade remains a space where, if one wishes it, it is possible to expand a little.

The 14th Arrondissement

by Lady_Mystique

Next door to the west is the 14th.
Its southern portion includes the beautiful, lush Parc de Montsouris, the charming neighborhoods around it, and the Cité Universitaire.

Further north is Alesia with its discount clothing shops, Denfert-Rochereau with its entrance to the catacombs, Pernety, and Plaisance with reminders of a village past.

The best-known part of the 14th is Montparnasse (where I caught my TGV at the Montparnasse Station to South-West France).

Extending into the 6th and 15th, its cafés bring to mind the literary and artisitic atmosphere of Bohemian Paris of the 1920's.

Please make an effort to learn...

by sirpantsalot

Please make an effort to learn some French and be polite even if some bus drivers are rude. If you are Canadian sew a small flag on your pack and if you are American don't steal ours. You are slime for doing so!
Take candian flag pins from Heritage Canada and give them to nice people when warranted.

Shoes to Pack


Cobblestones are terrible for your feet so be sure you bring a couple of well-fitting, comfortable shoes. Interchange the shoes as necessary. However, if the pointy toe/stiletto heel look is for you (I like it too), hey, go for it. Just be careful:)

In winter (for women) it is not only necessary but also nice-looking to wear knee-high boots. However, to be practical, make sure the soles are non-skid and the heels not too high.


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Address: 3 rue Nicolo, 16th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75016, France