Hotel Saint Laurent

5 Rue Saint Laurent, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75010, France
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wifi @ALSACE hotel ?

by YONGLE

Hi there - Has anyone stayed at this hotel recently?
I have booked a room there for two weeks but
I'm unable to tell from info on the web as to whether the hotel has wifi in the rooms,
or not. If not , I'm wondering where in the area there might be wifi available... a starbucks ... or?

Also, I can't tell whether the hotel may be able to provide me a room on either the ground or first floor - and I can't manage more stairs. I'm afraid.

Many thanks,
Nan

Re: wifi @ALSACE hotel ?

by leics

I can't help with the wifi but I do think you should email the hotel directly and immediately about your room issue, rather than leave it until you arrive.

If they know in advance they should be able to meet your needs.

You could ask them about wifi too, if you wanted.

There's an email form here (if you have not received a 'proper' email with your booking):

http://www.hotelalsace.com/principal_ang17.html

Re: wifi @ALSACE hotel ?

by alza

Hi Nan,

Below is a link with reviews of Hôtel d'Alsace (It's on Click Bed, a hotel reservation website):

http://www.clickbed.com/paris-budget-hotels/hotel-d-alsace-paris-484.html

Scroll down to see basic info about the hotel, such as fact there are 6 floors, no lift, etc.


2nd link is the Hôtel d'Alsace's own website, in French:

http://hoteldalsace.com/page/16774/Accueil.html

From the photo of the hotel shown under the Welcome tab (Accueil), I doubt they have rooms on the ground floor.
The site says WiFi is available at reception and in the breakfast dining-room.

WARNING: Many reviews for hotels of that category state that the advertised WiFi was NOT available.
I experienced hotels of that category last year while walking the Camino to Santiago. Often the services announced were difficult to get, or non-existant. Internet access, for example, is often monopolised by employees or their children.
You can always insist to get services advertised -- when they exist, I mean.

Under Reservation Tab, it says "Use this form to Make a Reservation OR to ask any question you may have. This is where you should indicate that you need a room on Ground Floor or no higher than 1st Floor.
Copy/paste the following into your form to say that in French, if you wish:

Madame/Monsieur, Veuillez confirmer une chambre au rez-de-chaussée ou au 1er étage maximum. Je ne peux monter davantage de marches. Merci d'avance.

About WiFi locations in Paris (hotspots), I found a map on Paname Ensemble but it's too complicated to explain how to use it here. WiFi is all over the place, certainly in Starbucks :)) Good Luck!

And enjoy your time in Paris!

Travel Tips for Paris

Days if not months

by TinKan

No trip can be called complete without a trip to the Louvre. This place has so much art that it would take days if not months to see it all. Plan for a full day to make the mad dash through the exhibits.

Paris Tip

by jtb2inky

Riding the Bateaux Mouches boat on the Seine River on a warm summer's evening, watching the city pass by slowly. We rode beneath Paris' beautiful bridges as people relaxing on the river's banks watched us pass by. This was very romantic, and will be a moment that my wife and I will never forget. Highly recommended! See http://www.bateaux-mouches.fr for more information.

PIN Numbers

by CALSF

There is a bit of a controversy on how many digits an ATM PIN number should be: four or six. For years the PIN numbers that Paris's ATM's accepted were four digits.

However, with the merger of many different banks, you may be required to have a six digit PIN number. For example, Bank of America always required a four digit PIN code. Nowadays the PIN code may be six digits long since B of A's recent merger with Fleet Bank.

I am a longtime client of B of A and my four digit PIN code is still acceptable. However, if I was a Fleet client my six digit PIN code is acceptable too.

The BNP Paribas ATM's that are affiliated with B of A in Paris usually accept four digits and may be accepting six now. Best thing is to verify with your bank as to the required amount of digits.

Wine tasting in the market street

by rexvaughan

I should not have been surprised to see wine tasting offered in the street market, but I was. We went with GUYON to rue Mouffetard for a stroll through the Sunday market which is wonderful. I don't know why anyone in this quartier cooks - you can just get everything you would want here. We did see some people doing serious wine tastings with appropriate reactions - "yum" or "yuck." I missed getting an actual taste, but the man in the photo is ready when you are. This little street has so many delightful shops you could spend all day just looking and eating. Even the buildings are artistically appealing. At the lower end of the street is the Church of St. Medard and graveyard where, in the 18th Century, miracles were reported years ago involving the 'miraculous' healing associated with a leader buried there. Eventually a sign was erected forbidding God from performing miracles here by order of the king. It was probably not official but there is now an official sign denoting the history.

Winter sports at Eiffel Tower

by kokoryko

Did you know that there is a skating rink on Eiffel tower, since 1969!
Skating on the first level of Eiffel tower is free! Euh, once you paid the fees for regular visit. . . .
For fees see the official Eiffel Tower website: http://www.tour-eiffel.fr/teiffel/uk/pratique/acces/page/tarifs.html?id=2_3 .
I was not there, as I usually avoid crowds, but this Sunday (2008,01,06), walking in the capital city of the world between the Modern Art Museum of Paris and the Trocadero, I unexpectedly stepped across a vintage cars rally and suddenly I thought of a down under VT-friend of mine, looking at some cars, and thought he might be around, as he is a specialist of Antarctica, and he may have taken advantage of the current exhibition at the Eiffel Tower about life in the antipodes: Arctic ( http://www.tour-eiffel.fr/teiffel/uk/actualites/page/news_list.html?f=1 ) and came from down under with his car and his winter sports equipment! I am sure he would have liked that!
Sorry, no ski or sledge, only skating. . . . but I may try that one night this winter. I think skating on the Eiffel Tower must be an interesting experience.
On the main picture is the 4CV laden with skis, sledges and other stuffs. . . Same car with the Eiffel tower in background on picture2; a few 4CV in front of Trocadero on picture 3, another one in front of Trocadero, on Picture 4, and. . . . the skating rink on the first level of Eiffel Tower on picture 5 (courtesy: http://www.linternaute.com/sortir/noel2005-paris/illuminations-animations/11.shtml ).

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