Hotel Residence Les Halles

4, rue des Halles, Paris, 75001, France
Hotel Residence Les Halles
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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8
Very Good
65%
26
Average
7%
3
Poor
7%
3
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Good For Families
  • Families84
  • Couples81
  • Solo83
  • Business66

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From Tuileries: Arc de Triomphe in distanceFrom Tuileries: Arc de Triomphe in distance

Jardin des Tuileries (In April 2008)Jardin des Tuileries (In April 2008)

A proud VT member in front of the Sacre CoeurA proud VT member in front of the Sacre Coeur

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Will be in Paris for 10 days, need advice for a place to stay?

by Goodfellow248

My girlfriend and I will be visiting at the end of Feb. I have been researching for a decent hotel to stay at for a reasonable price(60-100euro). I wouls rather spend money for food and other expenses, but I don't want to stay at a place that isn't safe or comfortable. Thanks. I found this site a few days ago and it is a wealth of information.

Re: Re: Will be in Paris for 10 days, need advice for a place to stay?

by P&J

yes ask him.

Re: Will be in Paris for 10 days, need advice for a place to stay?

by rikoriko

Hi,
If you stay in Paris in 10 days, I suggest you to stay in the residence hotel (hotel with small kitchen). Henri IV is romantic old traditional style hotel. I stayed at Hotel Residence des Halles. Location is very good. And room interior is pretty. If you stay there 10 days, I guess they will give you discount.

Re: Re: Will be in Paris for 10 days, need advice for a place to stay?

by Goodfellow248

Thank You all for all your help. It's going to be a suprise she thinks we're going to Toronto.

Re: Re: Will be in Paris for 10 days, need advice for a place to stay?

by Jackofhearts

Toronto Rules!

Travel Tips for Paris

Visit all the sites, La...

by dutch-tulips

Visit all the sites, La Louvre, Eiffel Tower, Arch di Triomphe, La Defense, Museum Orsay, Picasso, Opera House, Sacre Coeur etc. If you only have a limited time in Paris, don't forget to go up the Eiffel Tower at night and visit the Louvre. Strolling down the streets and seeing the Eiffel Tower lit up at night. The Eiffel tower just takes your breath away and can be seen everywhere in Paris.

Take a fascinating walk along riverside

by kylian74

If you have ever been to Paris, then.. you should know this place and this bridge...It's beautiful! take a fascinating walk along parisian river and walk through Alexander III, this bridge on the photo...beautifully build with typical lights of Paris, Isn't it romantic to walk around here?

Paris Tip

by Krystynn

Back to the LOUVRE MUSEUM....

Don't just take pics outside the museum. Don't be deterred by the ever-so-looooong queues to get in. Wake up earlier and stand in line. It's worth it, trust me.

Once in there, you'd get to see exhibits like the one below... one of the largest paintings housed inside the museum (strategically placed next to the 'Mona Lisa'!).

Religion of Pain (Bread)

by BeatChick

Eat bread like a Parisian
Parisians LOVE bread. You may think it stereotypical for them to be portrayed carrying a baguette munching it while walking thru the streets but this image of them still holds true. I snapped a photo of a Parisian in the Cité Florale area of the 13th arrondissement (as typical a Parisian area as you can find) carrying a baguette of bread home.

Try Poilâne’s (Lionel) at 8 rue du Cherche-Midi (a veritable shrine to bread) for a small round of their trademark sourdough (my favorite is with walnuts). While there buy one of their lovely signature linen bags either for yourself (to tote future bread) or for a friend; the emblem "Poilâne" is embroidered simply & elegantly on the side.

Photos: November 2007 & April 2003

Chateau de Versailles : Be swept away

by Restless-in-kl

So many windows, rooms, fireplaces, staircases that you can't really count and more than 1,800 acres of park. The paintings, tapestries, sculptures ,furniture of this fabulous castle , have been executed by the best Italian and French artists of the time.

Be captivated by its majesty, gilded richness especially the Hall of Mirrors. It certainly left a lasting impression. The French certainly knew how to enjoy life. We can definitely take a page out of history.

Then there are the Grand Trianon and Petit Trianon with lovely gardens. When the King wants to get away, this is where he spent time with family.

To get there :

By train :
RER ligne C
direction Versailles-rive-gauche-château
from Montparnasse station
train SNCF direction Versailles-Chantiers
from Saint-Lazare station
train SNCF direction Versailles-rive-droite
trains timetable

By bus :
from Pont de Sèvres ligne 171 de la RATP
direction Versailles-place d'Armes

By car :
Motorway A13 (direction Rouen)
exit Versailles-Château
Paying car park on place d'Armes

Opening times

Palace
Open Tues to Sun, closed on Mon and some French public holidays
1 Nov to 31 Mar: 9am to 5.30pm
(last admission 5 pm)
1 Apr - 31 Oct: 9am to 6.30pm
(last admission 6pm).

Gardens
Open daily
1 Nov to 31 Mar: 8am until sunset
1 Apr - 31 Oct: 9am until sunset (except on Grandes Eaux Musicales days).

Grand Trianon and Petit Trianon
Open daily except some French public holidays
1 Nov - 31 Mar: 12noon to 5.30pm
(last admission 5pm).
1 Apr - 31 Oct: 12noon to 6.30pm
(last admission 6pm).

Admission fee
Ticket valid for the whole day

Palace (State Apartments, Museum of the History of France, Coach Museum)
- age 18 and over: €8
- after 3.30pm: €6
- school pupils, under age 18 and disabled: free

Grand Trianon and Petit Trianon
- age 18 and over: €5
- after 3.30 pm: €3
- school pupils, under age18 and disabled: free

Gardens come free!

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 Hotel Residence Les Halles

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Residence Les Halles Paris

Address: 4, rue des Halles, Paris, 75001, France