Hotel de la Place du Louvre

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21 rue des Pretres St Germain, 01 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75001, France
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Eglise St-Germain-L'Auxerrois in Place du Louvre

by Diana75

This beautiful church, named after St Germanus, Bishop of Auxerre in the 5C, is located in Place du Louvre and is dominated by an interesting combination of architectural styles: Romanesque (belfry), Gothic (chancel), Flamboyant (porch and nave) and Renaissance (doorway).
St-Germain became parish church in the 14C when the Valois moved to Louvre.
Important painters (Coypel, Chardin), architects (Le Vau, Soufflot), sculptors (Coysevox) and poets (Jodelle, Malherbe) are buried in this church.

Saint-Germain L'Auxerrois

by OrlandoBR

It's a nice gothic church, across the street from the Louvre. Pass the glass pyramid, then the beautiful Cour Carré (still in the Louvre), and then you'll come to Place du Louvre and see this church. If you like it, there are organ recitals there, just like in some other important churches like the Notre-Dame and St.-Eustache.

The Louvre's Cour Carree

by BeatChick

One of the things I haven't done in the previous 3 trips is to explore the surroundings of the Louvre. This is not to be missed. The Louvre is huge, old and historic and has fantastic architectural detail highlighting different architectural periods.

I entered the Louvre one morning via the eastern arch of the main facade of the Cour Carree (there are 3 facades) accessed via Rue de l'Amiral de Coligny at the Place du Louvre; this sits directly across from one of the old royal parish churches of St-Germain l'Auxurrois (which you can currently see on my Paris home page.

The entrance through the Cour Carree is just stunning. That morning it was very quiet with just one other soul in the courtyard. In the photos, you can see how expansive this area is and how beautiful the paving stones, the fountain & the architectural details are. In front of you, to the west just past the fountain, is the Clock Pavilion (Pavillon de l'Horloge) which overlooks the west wing (where the Pavillon Sully is located). To the left is the Lescot wing of the museum.

If you'd like to read my tip concerning the Louvre click HERE.

To read about & see photos of around & about the Louvre click HERE

Photos: February 2006

Paris,The City Of Lights

by different

"MY "TO DO LIST" IN PARIS"

1) Tour Eiffel Champ de Mars, 7e Trocadero
2) Musee de Louvre Musee du Louvre,75058 Paris Cedex 01 (by night)
3) Notre Dame de Paris Ile de la Cité
4) Montmartre/Sacre de Coeur 35 rue de Chevalier Montmartre
5) Arc de Triomphe Place Charles-de-Gaulle Etoile
6) La Seine And Its Bridges
7) Musee d?Orsay 62 rue de Lille, 75343 Paris cedex 07
Third floor with all the impressionist and post impressionists,Manets on ground
Floor,enjoy it:)
8) Pantheon Place du Panthéon
V.Hugo,M-P.Curie,Voltaire,J.J.Rousseou,E.Zola,A.Dumas,Diderot
9) Cimetiere du Montparnasse 3 boulevard Edgar Quinet Metro (6) Edgar Quinet
Baudelaire,S.Beckett,Sartre,Maupasant,S.de Beauvoir
10)The Cemetary of Father Lachaise (Cimetiere du Pere Lachaise)
Metro Pere Lachaise (16 Rue du Repos)
Grave oscar wilde,J.Morrison,E.Piaf,Chopin,la fontaine,C.Pisarro
11)Denfert-Rochereaux Catacombs
12)Saint Denis Basilica 2, rue de Strasbourg Line 13 : St-Denis
Marie Antoinette,
13)Champs Elysees 3-400 metres from the Seine and the park of the Louvre
99, avenue des Champs-Elysées MO: George V
Metro : Concorde - Franklin-Roosevelt, Champs Elysees Clemenceau
14)L'Hotel National des Invalides Latour-Maubourg, Varenne, Saint-Francois-
Xavier
Musée de l'Armée,Musée des Plans-Reliefs ,Musée de l'Ordre de la Libération
St-Louis-des-Invalides Church and tomb of Napoleon
15)Château de Versailles RER C : Versailles Rive Gauche
16)Place de la Concorde Metro 1, 13 : Concorde
17)Centre Georges-Pompidou 68 N7 place Georges-Pompidou Line 4 : Les Halles
18)La Defence End of La defence metro line
19)Disneyland Paris In Marne-la-Vallée, 30 kms east of Paris
20)Opera Garnier- Opera National de Paris 8 Rue Scribe, Paris
21)Pont Alexandre-One of the most beautiful bridges
22)Sainte-Chapelle Boulevard du Palais Line 4 : Cité
23)Musee Rodin 77 rue de Varenne, Metro (13) Varenne - RER (C) Invalides
24)Jardins et Palais du Luxembourg Boulevard St Michel, 75006 Paris
Rue de Vaugirard, Metro Luxembourg
25)Parks,Gardens and Squares Bois de Boulogne , Place Denfert-Rochereau ,
Parc Montsouris , Parc Des Buttes Chaumont , Le Jardin d`Acclimatation,
Palais Royal , Jardins du Trocadero , Place des Victoires , Place St-Michel
Zoo de vincennes , jardin des plantes , Bois de Vincennes , Parc Monceau
26)Moulin Rouge 82 Blvd de Clichy,Metro Blanche
27)Hôtel de Ville Line 1, 11: Hotel de Ville
28)La Conciergerie by night 1 Quai de l'Horloge 1 arrt entrance blvd du Palais
On Ile de la Cite - Metro :Cite or Chatelet
29)Jardins de Tuileries Place du Louvre Metro: Tuileries,Concorde
30)Place de la Bastille Metro: Bastille
31)Place des Vosges 6, place de Vosges, 4th Arrondissment
Metro: Bastille or Saint-Paul
32)La Madeleine (The Theater of Paris) Metro : Madeleine RER : Auber
Place de la Madeleine, 14 Rue de Surene, Paris,madelaine square,
Madelaine church is near,Kiosque for theatre-concerts
33)Musée Picasso Hôtel Salé; 5 rue de Thorigny, Paris 75003 Metro #1 St-Paul
34)Tour Montparnasse Line 4, 6, 13 : Montparnasse On top,great view!
35)La Maison Fournaise - Renoir Painting Site 3 r du Bac,
Île des Impressionnistes, Chatou 78400
Auvers-sur-Oise, home of the famous impressionist Vincent Van Gogh
Chateau de Chenonceaux
Musee d'Art et d'Histoire de St Denis
Notre Dame (Chartres) - climb it too.
Le Mont Saint Michel, Normand-see cemetary too.
Lilly Pads About an hour outside (to the west) of Paris in Monet's house in
Giverny
36)The Latin Quarter Shakespeare & company Bookstore Fontaine de Place Saint
Michel
37)La Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie Metro:Line 7 : Porte de la Vilette
La Geode La Geode 26, avenue Corentin-Cariou, -
La Cité de la Musique 221, ave Jean-Jaures, 19th arr
38)Musée de Cluny (Musée National du Moyen-Age) 6, place Paul Painlevé
(Quartier Latin) Métro Cluny-La Sorbonne, south on bd. St-Michel, left r. du Sommerard

39)Grand Palais (La Petit Palais) 3, Avenue du General Eisenhower, Metro : 1, 9,13
40)Metro’s -Modern style (Art Nouveau),beautiful entrances
41)Place Vendome (Colonne de Vendome) Metro : Opera ? line 3, 7 and 8
42)Le Marais Marais district - 3rd/4th arrondissements
Metro #1 St Paul, or Hotel de Ville; Metro #11 Rambuteau
Salon de Dans Le Marais
43)Street Artists in any boulevards,metros
44)Saint Eustache Cathedral 2, Rue du Jour, Metro : les Halles : line 4
45)Statue of Lady Liberty , Flamme De La Liberte
46)Palais de Chaliot et Trocadero fountains Pl du Trocadero
47)St-Germain des Pres Metro : St-Germain des Pres : line 4
48)Institut du Monde Arabe 1, rue des Fossés Saint-Bernard Métro : Jussieu
RER : Gare d'Austerlitz
49)Chatelet / Place des Les Halles Metro : Les Halles line 4
50)Musée du Carnavalet 23 rue de Sévigné Le Marais,near Musée Picasso in the
Marais
51)Rue Moufetard Metro censier-daubenton
52)Assemblée Nationale 33, Quai d'Orsay Metro: Place de la Concorde
53)Bibliothèque Francois-Mittérand Metro: Line 14 : Bibliotheque
54)Île de la Cité Metro - Cité - line 4 Pont Neuf
55)Musee Marmottan - Best Monet Collection 2, rue Louis-Boilly
#9 Metro to La Muette stop in the 16th arr.
56)Musee Guimet - Treasure Of Asia,you ll love it.
57)Musée national d'histoire naturelle 57 rue Cuvier Metro Gare d'Austerlitz
(Ligne 10, Ligne 5)
58)Palais de Justice in Île de la Cité
59)Place Saint- Sulpice Metro Line 4 : Saint-Sulpice
60)La Memorial des Martyrs de La Deportation Sq. de l'ille de France
61)Parc Asterix
62)Les Halles The biggest mall in the world maybe,they say so:)
63)Loire Valley Chateaux in - Chenonceaux town
64)Musée Dali 12, Rue Cortot-75018 Paris Near Place Du Tertre Metro: Anvers
Funicolare
65)Palais de l'Elysée Line 1, 13 : Champs-Elysée,president’s residence
66)La Grand Roue End of the Champs Elysées
67)Maison de Radio-France , 116 Avenue du Président Kennedy
68)Ile Saint-Louis Isle Saint-Louis
69)Musée Jacquemart-André Metro : line 9 Saint-Philippe-du-Roule RER A :
Charles-de- Gaulle
70)St.-Etienne-du-Mont ,next to the Pantheon
71)St. Jeanne D'Arc Rue de Rivoli - Place des Pyramides
72)Musee Grevin 10 blvd Montmartre 9e rrondissement Metro : Grands Boulevards
Hemingway,Bush,Chirac waxes are there.
73)State de France
74)St.Augustin
75)Tour de France-Cycling,pretty famous worldwide.
76)Cafe des deux Moulins,famous with the movie Amelie.F rom metro station Blonche,go up by lepic street,at the left hand second corner before arriving rue des Abbesces.
77)St Louis isle,
78)Have lunch in a restaurant with Seine scene
79)See a Psg game,if lucky,then a French national team game.
80)Wine..Even the cheap ones might be good,or the house made ones as well!
Try liquier,tequila,champagne too,France is famous with those drinks too.
81)Have croissant,try 3 different cheeses. Rokfor,Kamamber,Brie
83)France Open Tennis Tournament,if you visit in May,see a game there.
84)Hotel Cully
85)Maison de V.Hugo
86)Fontaine De Place St.Michel
87)St.Severin Eglise
88)Art de Historia in St Michel
89)Pont Neuf Cruise,at the bottom of the Henri 4 statue,better go there 6 at night,lluminated monuments look amazing!

Paris, the city where I used to live!

by spanishguy

"París, ¡la ciudad donde he vivido!"

Tomorrow, les journées du patrimoine!!

Building a page about Paris is completly easy, because the city offers you a lot of thing to speak about, marvellous spot to tip at and very well known places. But on the other hand I think that write a really interesting new Paris page is not easy at all. There are thousand of pages of Paris on VT with tons of information. Some of them are really good travel books and some others have perfectly well taken pictures.

So, I'm going to write a comprehensive and useful page, trying not to be redundant with information without any practical use. I'm living in Paris right now and I'll be here, at least, for a year. I love this town and I really enjoy visiting it. There are lots of things to do, to visit and to enjoy in.

I'm going to build my pages following a structure for a visit. The thing I actually do is to follow the proposed visiting trails by the Anaya Guide, that I really think is so good. Little by little, on weekends, I'm following one of these trails, taking pictures of every single building or monument, visiting even much more interesting places that are not in this guide and, of course, living this city and enjoying "non-typical tourist" things and, unfortunatly, discovering the not so good faces of Paris. I'm going to try to discover you all of these things in town, the good and the bad ones, the typical and well known and the hiden ones.

The tips are going to be ordered following the good trail to don't lost any detail in town. I'm going to write each proposed trail in this front page, giving a link to the departure spot in each one. In addition I'm going to put a link of each place ordered by district (arrondissement), in order to make the research as easier as possible.

Construir una página sobre París es fácil, ya que l aciudad ofrece muchísimas cosas sobre las que hablar, maravillosos lugares que aconsejar y muchos sitios conocidos. Pero por otro lado creo que escribir una página nueva sobre París realmente interesante ni es nada sencillo. Hay miles de páginas en VT con toneladas de información. Slgunas de ellas son verdaderos libros de viajes y otras tienen una fotografías increibles.

Así que voy a intentar de construir una página completa y práctica, intentando no ser repetitivo con información sin sentido práctico. En estos momentos estoy viviendo en París y estaré aquí por lo menos un año. Me encanta esta ciudad y verderamente estoy disfrutando visitándola. Hay muchísimas cosas por hacer, por visitar y por disfrutar.

Voy a construir mi página siguiendo una estructura para la visita. Lo que realmente hago es seguir las rutas propuestas por la guía de Anaya, wue realmente pienso es muy buena. Poco a poco, los fines de semana, estoy siguiendo una de estas rutas, tomando fotos de cada monumento, visitando aun más lugares de los que están en la guía y, por supuesto, viviendo la ciudad y disfrutando las cosas no "típicamente turísticas", asi como, desgraciadamente, descubriendo los aspectos no tan buenos de París. Voy a tratar de mostrarte todas estas cosas de la ciudad, las buenas y las malas, las típicas y las menos conocidas.

Los "tips"los voy a ordenar siguiendo una buena ruta para no perderse ningún detalle. Voy ha escribir cada una de las rutas propuestas en ésta página principal, poniendo un enlace para el punto de salida. Además voy a poner un enlace para cada lugar ordenado por barrios, para hacer la consulta lo más facil posible.

Paris is a huge metropolitan area. The city itself has "just" a bit more than 2 millions inhabitant, but the city with its suburbs is more than 11 people. On the other hand Paris is a very compact city so much more of the must-to-see spot are very closely located each other or well connected by public transport.

As you know Paris is the capital city of France, located in the North of the country. In addition it's the capital city of Île-de-France region. Paris is divided into 20 district (called arrondissements), starting from the 1th in the centre and finishing with the 20th, following a spiral or shell of nail form. The city is limited for a by-pass speed way (périphérique) and it's easy to know its limits in the metro undergroud system because they are indicated for the stations called "Porte de..." (Gate of...) One way or another Paris is completly surrounded by the neighbouring cities without any unbuilt space and it's perfectly well connected with the public transport system.

Paris coat of arms depicts the Lys flower (Bourbon dynasty symbol) and a sailing boat. It's motto is Fluctuat nec mergitur or She is tossed by the waves, but is not sunk

París es una inmensa área metropolitana. La ciudad propiamente dicha es "sólo" una pequeña parte con más de 2 millones de habitantes, pero la ciudad con sus ciudades vecinas son más de 11 millones de personas. Por otro lado, París es una ciudad muy compacta, de manera que casi todo lo imprescindible para visitar está muy cerca o bien conectado por transporte público.

Como sabes, París es la capital de Francia, en el norte del país. Además es la capital de la región Isla de Francia (Île-de-France). París se divide en 20 barrios (arrondissements), comenzando por el 1 en el centro y terminando por el 20 siguiendo una forma de caracol. La ciudad está delimitada por la circunvalación (périphérique) y también es fácil de ver sus límites en el metro porque estas estaciones se llaman "Porte de..." De cualquier manera, París está completamente rodeada por las ciudades vecinas sin ningún espacio libre entre ellas y está muy bien conectada por transporte público.

El escudo de París representa las flores de Lys (símbolo de la dinastía Borbón) y un barco que navega en un mar agitado. Su lema es "Fluctuat nec mergitur" o "Se balancea con las olas, pero no se hunde"

Proposed trails / Rutas propuestas
Centre - Centro
1.- Île de la Cité and Île Saint Louis
La Rive Droite - The Right River Side - La orilla derecha
2.- From Tuilleries to St. Roch
3.- From Decoratives Art Museum to Temple de l'Oratoire
4.- From Place du Louvre to Réaumur
5.- Le Marais
The main axes - Los ejes principales
6.- The Trioumphal Way - La vía triunfal
7.- The Big Boulevards - Los grandes bulevares
La Rive Gauche - The Left River Side - La orilla izquierda
8.- From Palais Bourbon to Rue de Varenne
9.- From St. Germain des Pres to St. Sulpice
10.- From Luxembourg to Rue Mouffetard
11.- Le Quartier Latin - The Latin Quarter - El Barrio Latino
12.- Surrounding the Jardin des Plantes - Alrededores del Jardín de Plantas
The South - El Sur
13.- Montparnasse
14.- From Invalides to Eiffel Tower
The West - El Oeste
15.- Chaillot and Passy
16.- Auteuil
The North - El Norte
17.- From La Trinité to Parc Monceau
18.- La butte Montmartre
19.- From rue Lafayette to the Gare de l'Est
The East - El Este
20.- La Villete
21.- Belleville and Ménilmontant
22.- La Bastille and Fg. St. Antoine
The main gardens - Los principales parques
23.- Bois de Boulogne
24.- Bois de Vincennes
Location / Situación
Arrondissements - Paris Districts - Barrios de París
1er Palais de Justice, Sainte Chapelle
2eme
3eme
4eme Flowers market
5eme Saint-Julien-le-Pauvre, Saint-Séverin, Le Phantéon
6eme
7eme Eiffel Tower
8eme Arc de Triomp
9eme Opéra Garnier
10eme
11eme Colonne de Juillet (Bastille)
12eme Opéra Bastille
13eme
14eme
15eme
16eme
17eme
18eme
19eme
20eme
Other neighbouring cities or the Big Paris - Otras ciudades o el Gran París
La Défense
Yvelines
Hauts-de-Seine
Seine St. Denis
Essonne
Seine-et-Marne
Val-de-Marne
Val-d'Oise

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Forum Posts

destockage / outlet

by severine35

Hi,
I shall go to Paris in September and I am searching for some gucci boots, they are from last season. does anybody know if there is a gucci outlet/destockage in paris ? I really want to find these boots!
Next to that, anybody who can tell me about the hotel de la place du louvre ?
thank you...

Re: destockage / outlet

by CALSF

Sorry, I don't know about Gucci outlets in Paris.

But I've read about Hotel de La Place du Louvre and it seems to be a nice hotel. For sure the location is great. See some recent comments on www.tripadvisor.com.

Good Hotels Centrally Located

by fictrace

I'm willing to pay $100-$170.
I need a good hotel with private bath. I heard that the 8th district, Champs Elysees is the most centrally located area. Is that right? If so, I would like to stay around that area. Please help.

Re: Good Hotels Centrally Located

by M.E.R.V

we paid about 125euros/night at the novotel tour eiffel. it's 4 stars. you get a good view of the tower which is just 5 minutes away and right in front of the statue of liberty. but the downpoint is that it isnt really centrally located though it's central enough. With ur budget, Im sure you will find a good enough deal and i would recommend you looking at different discounted hotel websites before making ur decision!

Re: Good Hotels Centrally Located

by GUYON

The 8th district is in the West of Paris.
The "arrondissements" are numbered as a snail shell from 1 to 20.
Nethertheless, the central point of Paris is in the 4th arrondissement at Chatelet which is the crossroad of the main metro lines.
100-170$ is a rather high price and you can find a 3 stars, even a 4 stars hotel (at the low season) for this price.
The criteria to choose a hotel in Paris are on my opinion :
- nice area, with attractions, in order to enjoy some visits at a walking distance of the accomodation
- vicinity of a key metro station in order to go quickly everywhere in Paris
- safety of the area especially by night
- the street noise especially during the Summer
- and of course, the quality (comfort, cleanliness, size of the room, service, etc...) of the hotel.

I suggest on this basis :
Hotel de la Place du Louvre
21 rue des Pretres St Germain l'Auxerrois
http://www.esprit-de-france.com/regions/fiche_hotel.php?hotelid=5437&lang=FR

It is in front of Louvre Museum, close to Chatelet, in front of Ile de la Cite, not far from les Halles et le Marais. By metro line 1 you can reach easily les Champs Elysees.

Paris in November

by Billy16

My wife and I are taking our first trip to Paris for our anniversary, and after following some of the recent postings in the Paris forum I cannot wait. We usually have 2-3 breaks a year in Italy but have been prsuaded by freinds to visit Paris (and also our favourite film A French Kiss).

However, I have one little doubt around the hotel I have booked. It is not the hotel itself, it looks beautiful, but rather the location. It is in a street next to Place du Louvre and I am having difficulty finding if there are any restaurants close by where we can dine in the evening without having to walk too far.

I would be grateful for any advice!

Regards,

Billy

Re: Paris in November

by sdjeff4sc

Place du Louvre, you're kidding, right? If your hotel is indeed on Place du Louvre, then you are directly across the street from the Louvre. Bridges to St. Germain or Notre Dame/Cite are a block west or east respectively. You could not have selected a more central location in Paris! Check it out on Google Earth, there will be PLENTY of laces nearby.

Re: Paris in November

by northeast80

You're in Paris, the city of good food, you'll never be far away from a restaurant. I stayed in the 10th Arondisment (sp), which is quite close to yours, and we were surrounded by good restaurants.
If you don't feel like walking there's always Le Metro.
Here's a link to a map showing the areas-
http://www.monument-paris.com/paris-map.htm
It also lists some restaurants.
Bon voyage!

Re: Paris in November

by MadAboutParis

Not to worry Billy - you are in a PRIME spot. You are within walking distance of at least 500 places to eat. Cafe Marly in the Louvre is a very romantic spot. Also Georges atop the Centre Pompidou has a spectacular view and high-end dining. Maceo near the Palais Royale is lovely & distinctive. My 2 favorite places in the nearby 2nd arrondissement are Bistrot Vivienne and Le Cardinale (Italian). Do a Google Search of restaurants in the 1st, 2nd, 8th & 9th and you will be amazed at the choices. But don't miss eating in the Marais and somewhere on the Left Bank.
If you need more help feel free to email me with specific questions.
Bonne chance,
Mary

Re: Paris in November

by Billy16

Thankyou all so much, I feel so very reassured!

Billy

Re: Paris in November

by kathymof

Check the area out by entering the address and looking at the pictures
http://photos.pagesjaunes.fr/h/ad?type=s;ville=75199056;nomvoie=charlemagne;numero=;templ=pjphoto_frame;templ_photo=pjphoto_photo;fwdto=/1/f/;interactif=1

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