I am going to be in Paris for 3 nights in June 2004. I booked this hotel from www.venere.com.
Hotel Prince Albert Monceau hotel located in 17e arrondissement of Paris. My question is, if anybody stayed in this hotel, and can tell me general info about the rooms. location, etc.
I tried to search for this info on the net, but could not find much...
On the same page, maybe somebody can recommend other economy hotels, please.
Hotel Monceau : http://hotelprincealbert.com/en/monceau/index_en.htm
and other economy Hotel (in the 17éme)
- "Darcet Hotel"(2 stars) rooms from 48euros:
- and "Glasgow Hotel" 66euros :
I was in Paris 2 weeks ago. I recommend you to visit www.bancotel.com and booking a hotel there.(After that you must buy a bancotel ticket in a travel agency). The best option is to choose a 3 stars hotel.
I chose Timhotel Opera Saint Lazare ***.(Visite my travelpage for more details). Don't pay more than 50 Euros.
Thank you for your information.
Reasonably priced i mean not more than 80-90Eur/night/double room. Is this possible?
We book Paris through http://www.france.com and have always been very satisfied. They cover all price ranges and have photos and reviews by people who have actually stayed at the hotels.
You should do a search in the VT search window above also. There are lots and lots of Paris hotel tips.
Try the Hotel Crimee, a nice 2 stars hotel, with really reasonable price, http://www.hotelcrimeeparis.com/. Peolple at the hotel are really nice and helpfull. The hotel is clean and nice . There is a Metro station nearby the hotel, which leads you dircetly to the main attractions.
I hope it will be helpfull.
Yes it is...have a look at Hotel Prince Monceau, a lovely 2 star hotel in the 17th...It is ot far from Champs Elysees, about 15 minutes by bus...The hotel is very clean and quiet...You have a bus stop just near the hotel. Staff is great also..
I am flying into Paris May 23rd and then going on to Barcelona for two months. I don't want to spend as much for one week in Paris as I would renting an apartment for one MONTH in Barcelona. Does anyone know of an affordable and safe place to rest my head for the 5 or so days I will be in Paris?? Any suggestions or advice appreciated!
Thanks so much!
Most of the two star hotels are cheap, I'm staying at the hotel de la sorbonne. I've stayed there twice. Also you can stay at a hostel. Just look up one of the travel sites and put in your dates and see what comes up under the two stars.
Try this site to search for an apartment for short (and long-term) stays.
This is the company I'll be using when I go to Paris for a few months in September.
Good Luck and have a GREAT visit!!!
Try the Hostelling International page www.hihostels.com. They have the cheapest accomodation fares.
Good luck and have a nice trip!
Try the hotel sainte Marie, http://www.hotelsaintemarie.com/ a nice 1 star hotel located nearby the Opera and the big department stores ( Printemps and Galeries Lafayettes). The hotel is clean and nice, very cheap for Paris. You can have a single or a double room.There is a metro station nearby the Hotel. And peolple at the reception are really friendly.
I hope it will be helpfull
I stayed in Hotel Prince Monceau, in the 17th, it is really not far from Champs Elysees...15 minutes by bus...The hotel is really really nice...I found it really sweet...!!!
Rooms are clean and quiet...Staff very friendly!!!
have a look at the website: http://www.hprincemonceau.com
Have a nice trip!
Thank you EVERYONE for your replies and advice!
All the best!
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