Hotel Park Lane Paris

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

4 rue de la Boetie, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75008, France
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Satisfaction Average
Excellent
13%
11
Very Good
34%
28
Average
24%
20
Poor
11%
9
Terrible
16%
13

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 17% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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  • Families25
  • Couples61
  • Solo58
  • Business32

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Street art in a false window at no. 21.Street art in a false window at no. 21.

Forum Posts

Grand Palace Entrance

by yogb

Hi,

Is there any entrance fee for general Grand Palace visit (not special exhibitions) ? If yes how I can book tickets online(http://www.grandpalais.fr/en/Homepage/p-617-Homepage.htm)

Best Regards !

Re: Grand Palace Entrance

by pfsmalo

Following on from Pedro's good info, you can click on the Homepage, towards the bottom left,"Practical information". Then towards the top right, click on "Current programme in full". If you scroll down you'll see a list of events 13 pages) with dates and entry prices.

Re: Grand Palace Entrance

by pfsmalo

Hi Pedro, I saw that, but as the OP's link was in English I just followed on from there, wasn't sure if he could read French.

Travel Tips for Paris

Navigating the Seine at night

by Jenniflower

The architecture and ambiance is lovely. Culture and history seep from every corner.

My fondest memory is the boat trip on the Seine River. It was at night, was chilly but good. We took a narrated river cruise along the Seine. From the bridge of Alexander III we headed east, rounding the cathedral of Notre Dame before enjoying the chance to get some really lovely photos of a fully illuminated Eiffel Tower.

The Eiffel Tower was built in 1889 for the World's Fair, it was supposed to be a temporary feature, but won over the hearts of everyone!

It was VERY romantic, and well worth the trip, albeit a little brrrrr...

Eiffel Tower by lift or by... 1665 steps

by matcrazy1

View Paris from the top of Eiffel Tower - it's a must.
To get to the top choose what you want: lift (first to the level 1) or... 1665 steps. Top secret: most tourists prefer lifts. I wander why?
Look: 1 step per 1 second it's only 1665 s = 27 min. 45 s :-) - faster (and cheaper) then by a lift if you add time you need to change a lift in level 1.
LUCKY CLIMBING FOR YOU :-). Montmarte + Eiffel Tower

Wander up the Champs Elysee...

by jrs1234

Wander up the Champs Elysee, and if you want a really great view, go to the top of the Arc du Triomphe - the queue is much shorter than the one for the Eiffel Tower, and the views are excellent.

You'll find quite a few shops on the street, including a Virgin Megastore and a Disney shop, and several restaurants there as well. There's also a pretty unusual Mercedes car dealer - in the space of a large shop unit - where they seem happy enough to let the passing public (for example me) in for a quick look at their expensive cars.

Modern art and haute couture in Paris

by Luchonda

In France, the term haute couture is protected by law and is defined by the Chambre de commerce et d'industrie de Paris based in Paris, France. Their rules state that only "those companies mentioned on the list drawn up each year by a commission domiciled at the Ministry for Industry are entitled to avail themselves" of the label haute couture. The criteria for haute couture were established in 1945 and updated in 1992.

My friend Nicolas showed us real details of this couture, he is just nuts, but a good guy and we had a good time in this Metropole

Bring Your Nicer Clothes

by TRimer

A good rule of thumb in Paris: don't evoke their stereotype of the American tourist and they won't evoke yours---that nasty, nasal Frenchman. With that in mind, try to blend in as much as possible. The French tend to dress more conservatively than people in other countries. Usually skirts or dresses for girls are more appropriate than short shorts and just as good in hot weather. Don't worry about overdressing; Parisians are very stylish, and even students dress well. Closed shoes, solid colored pants, and plain shirts are ideal, not baggy pants/jeans or tennis shoes.

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Address: 4 rue de la Boetie, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75008, France