Hotel Soft Paris

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

52 bis rue des Vinaigriers, (formerly Eden Magenta), Paris, Ile-de-France, 75010, France
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
37%
122
Very Good
45%
148
Average
13%
44
Poor
2%
7
Terrible
1%
5

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  • Families87
  • Couples83
  • Solo76
  • Business87

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Forum Posts

paris to swiss and information about swiss pass

by jkbansal

thanks for the response.
How do i take advantage of swiss pass for travelling from Paris to bern/basel/geneva?
Is swiss pass applicable on intercity trains in swiss?
thanks and have nice day.

Re: paris to swiss and information about swiss pass

by leics

The Swiss Pass only covers travel in Switzerland. You cannot use it in France, even if the train is going to Switzerland.

You can see what the pass covers here;

http://www.swisstravelsystem.com/produkttexte.php?passid=1

Travel Tips for Paris

Easy as 1 2 3

by ettenaj

We took the RER train from the CDG airport to Gare du Nord, excellent service, and without a hitch transfered to the underground which took us directly to the Hotel. No standing around waiting for public transport, very efficient service. All the stations were litter free, and individually designed.

LET HER GO?

by VincentJJ

IF U LOVE SOMEONE
Shakespeare:
if you love someone,
Set her free ....
If she ever comes back, she's yours,
If she doesn't, here's the poison, suicide
yourself for her.
Optimist:
If you love someone,
Set her free ....
Don't worry, she will come back.
Suspicious:
If you love someone,
Set her free ....
If she ever comes back, ask her why.
Impatient:
If you love someone,
Set her free ....
If she doesn't comes back within some time forget her.
Patient:
IF you love someone,
Set her free ....
If she doesn't come back, continue to wait until she comes back.
Playful:
If you love someone,
Set her free ....
*If she comes back, and if you love her still,
set her free again, repeat*
Biologist:
If you love someone,
Set her free, She'll evolve.
Statisticians:
If you love someone, Set her free,
If she loves you, the probability of her coming
back is high If she doesn't, the Weibull
distribution and your relation was improbable anyway.
Salesman:
If you love someone,
Set her free ....
If she ever comes back, deal!
If she doesn't, so what! "NEXT".
Insurance agent:
If you love someone,
Show her the plan ....
If she ever comes back, sign her up,
If she doesn't, keep follow up with her and never give up!
Physician:
If you love someone,
Set her free ....
If she ever comes back, it's the law of gravity,
If she doesn't, either there's friction higher than the force or the angle
of collision between two objects did not synchronize at the right angle.
Mathematician:
If you love someone,
Set her free ....
If she ever comes back, 1 + 1 = 2 (peanut!),
If she doesn't, Y = 2X - log(0.46Y^2 + (cos(52/34X)) x 5Y^(-0.5)c) where c
is the infinite constant of no turning point.
Nowadays' style:
If You Love Someone,
Set it free,
If It Comes Back, It is Yours
If It Doesn't, Hunt it Down and Kill It...!!! OR
PERHAPS REPORT TO IMMIGRATION THAT SHE/HE IS AN ILLEGAL

If you love someone
WHY IN THE FIRST PLACE SET HER FREE??? CARELESS IDIOT!!!

ALL THE PHONE NUMBERS YOU NEED IN AN EMERGENCY

by thinking

Useful Phone Numbers
- European emergency : 112
- Police : 17
- Fire Department (Pompiers) : 18
- French directory : 12

Health emergency
- SAMU : Dial 15 please prepare your phone number. Emergency only English spoken
- SOS Help (English-speaking Crisis Hotline) : 01 46 21 46 46
- Specialized hospitals : in case of emergency, you have to call the SAMU first

- Poison Control Center : Hôpital Fernand-Vidal 01 40 37 04 04
- SOS Médecins (24-hour doctors) : 01 47 07 77 77 (English generally spoken)
- SOS Cardiologue (Heart Attack) : 01 47 07 50 50
- SOS Oeil (Eye) : 01 40 92 93 94
- SOS Vétérinaire (Veterinarian) : 01 47 55 47 00


General information
- Time tel : 3699
- Préfecture de police de Paris : 01 53 71 53 71 (24/24)
- Office du Tourisme de Paris : 01 49 52 53 54

Police
- Lost or stolen passports or identity cards : Préfecture de police de Paris : 01 53 71 53 71 (24/24)
Whatever the circumstances make a declaration at the nearest police station. You will need a receipt for any further steps you wish to take (insurances for example).
Addresses for Paris : Addresses
- Lost and found office :
Préfecture de Police
36, rue des Morillons, 75015 Paris
33 01 55 76 20 00
Opening hours : Monday - Thursday : 8.30 am - 5 pm Friday : 8.30 am - 4.30 pm
- Lost or stolen credit card or cheque-book :
Carte Bleue / Visa : 08 36 69 08 80 (0,34 € per minute)
Eurocard / Mastercard : 01 45 67 84 84
Carte Diner's Club : 01 49 06 17 50
Carte American Express : 01 47 77 72 00
French cheque books : 08 36 68 32 08 (0,34 € per minute)

Services
- American Express : 01 47 77 77 07
- DHL Worldwide Express : 0l 49 38 70 70
- federal Express : 01 40 85 3800 or 08 00 12 38 00
- 24-Hour Post Office : 52, rue du Louvre, 75001 Paris : 01 40 28 20 00
- Locksmith 24 -hour : 01 40 60 14 91 06 03 05 02 76, or 01 45 32 75 50. English spoken
- Plumber 24 Hour : 01 46 57 30 30 or 01 45 48 52 49 Telephone and utilities
- You are calling to France : dial 33 + nine digits. Example : for Paris, 33 1 44 45 46 46
- You are in France : telephone numbers have ten digits. Example : from Lille to paris, 01 44 45 46 46
- The area code are :
01 for Ile-de-France (the Paris area)
02 for the Northwest
03 for the Northeast
04 for the Southeast and Corsica
05 for the Southwest
06 for mobile GSM phones and pagers
- When calling from France to other countries : dial 00 first, then the country code and telephone number.
- Assistance (Operator) : 12
- Telephone Repairs/ Problems : 13
- Bureau de télécopie (International Service) : 01 40 28 20 81

Clean FREE Paris Toilets

by fossettes

Everyone who has travelled to Paris knows how difficault it is to find a nice toilet when you need one...well. look no futher than the nearest parking lot! Vinci, the company that runs the parking lots in Paris, has 131 underground parking lots all over the city. You will know they are there by the blue and white "P" sign.

Find the stairway that takes you down into the parking lot. DO NOT walk down the auto ramp...this is very dangerous since they are very narrow and curved so drivers can't see you. You will find toilets either on a stairwell landing or just off the stairwells in the parking area, usually on the -1 level. They are generally clean.

And as a bonus, you can enjoy the piped in music or sound of birds chirping and / or perfume of the parking structure!

Suede Boots - oh la la!

by BeatChick

My observations on what people were wearing:
real honest-to-god cowboy boots or fashion-statement boots a la Robert Altman’s film Ready to Wear (Pret-a-Porter). Unfortunately, I didn't manage to get any photos of the cowboy boots - pity. As always, you can find boots of all kind during the winter months worn by Parisians. This is what some of the cool suede boots looked like this winter.

Again, enjoy the "fashion photos"!

Photos: February 2006

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Address: 52 bis rue des Vinaigriers, (formerly Eden Magenta), Paris, Ile-de-France, 75010, France