Very pleasant stay here. Singles, doubles, or triples available. Clean, cozy rooms with private bathroom. Bathrooms are large. Rooms have cable TV..
Unique Quality: Rooms were very charming. My room was wallpapered in pastel colored roses...pink quilt...sconces over the bed cast a soft glow over the room. I only regret that I didn't have a significant other for my stay here!
Very affordable for Paris....only 40-50 Euros a night.
Directions: Only a block from metro stop Mouton Duvernet.
my friends and i are leaving for paris next week and are still looking for a place to stay. our budget is limited and we have found hotel de blois (near montparnasse) from let's go europe. have anyone stayed there before??
do anyone of you have got any info on the monthly cartes oranges?
Thanks a lot!!
http://goeurope.about.com/cs/paris/qt/carte_orange.htm will give you all the info you need on the cartes oranges.
Hi, I don't know this hotel. But I can tell you (via my cousin who has been staying in Montparnasse for 9 days now) that the area near rue d' Alesia is a nice one. My cousin likes it and she loves rue Daguerre. There are many shops and restaurants. Montparnasse is known as a 'real neighborhood' so you made a good choice.
The web site for the Paris Metro is http://www.ratp.fr/
It might be easier to check that since you wouldn't have to worry whether or not it was updated.
Hope you enjoy your trip.
Do a search on this forum and you'll find all the info you've been dreaming about the Carte Orange.
The Montparnasse Plazza is not the nicest place to be at night (not dangerous, but deserted and without much charm).
i have no idea about the few websites that u ve recommended.......thanks a lot......i shall check them out!!
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Address: 5 rue des Plantes, 14 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75014, France