Because it was off season I got an absolutely stunning room on the inner courtyard. It was room 25. The room was enormous by French standards and the bathroom was large by any standards. The hotel has been recently renovated to a high standard. The hotel is now owned by the person who own Hotel Muguet down the street and the quality of the staff reflects that.
Unique Quality: Across the street from Pasco's--see restaurant reviews.
Directions: At the top of rue Chevert right on Blvd Tour La Maubourg. Metro is Tour La Maubourg on line 8. Varenne is also within walking distance on Line 13.
This is another of the good 2 star hotels near the Invalides/Eiffel Tower area. Some rooms have a view of Invalides. It isn't fancy, but it is very clean and the front desk is very agreeable. I stopped by during our stay at the Muguet to check it out and it looks like a nice option for our next visit.
Unique Quality: The rooms with views of Les Invalides.
Directions: métro: Latour-Mauborg
Good Evening: Can someone help with instructions to go from De Gaulle airport to the Hotel Empereur by the train from the airport. My wife and I will be in Paris on Friday April 29, 2010 morning and we want to take the train from the airport to the hotel.
If anyone can give me directions it would be very much appreciated.
1- what train do we take
2 - where do we get tickets
3 - cost in euros
4 - where do we leave the train to walk to the hotel
If there is anything else you can think that I may need to know would be a great help.
The Paris metro system website has a very good travel planner.
The hotel is near the Metro stop "La Tour-Maubourg" and I think a coupel of metro changes would be necessary others will advise exactly)
However, it is easy to get the RER line "B" from CDG to Chatelet Les Halles or St Michel stations for changing to the metro.
One option (and I am willing to be corrected onm this) would be :
RER Line "B" to St Michel station
RER line "C" to Invalides
Metro 8 one stop to La Tour-Maubourg
But - see what others say! Pedmar where are you? :)
Train tickets are 8.50 Euro each. You can buy them at the station at the airport or at one of the information counters at the airport (which is what we did). Depending on the number of stops (there are Express and semi-Express trains) the ride is between 30 and 40 minutes to Chatelet les Halles.
Thanks, Pedmar - I meant to give the OP the website but totally forgot to do it!
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Address: 2 rue Chevert, 07 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75007, France