Hotel des Chevaliers

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

30 rue de Turenne, 4th Arr, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75004, France
Hostellerie du Marais
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Satisfaction Very Good
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 28% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families88
  • Couples75
  • Solo70
  • Business68

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Forum Posts

Taxi to Gare du Lyon

by FraMauro

How much will a taxi cost from rue St. Honore to Gare du Lyon. We have atleast 3 big suitcases and 1 bag. Are the meters tampered. Do we have to pay extra for luggage? Will the taxi driver help us in bringing luggage down 3 stairs or should we book a shuttle? We have a train at 0900 am. What is a safe time to leave the apartment?


Re: Taxi to Gare du Lyon

by puerto_lover

For taxi rough costs try this :

Re: Taxi to Gare du Lyon

by qaminari

You should not expect a taxi driver to come up to your apartment to bring down luggage, they are not running a removal service! You bring the luggage down yourself and they will put it in the car.

Re: Taxi to Gare du Lyon

by tropicrd

I agree with Pedmar----also make sure you are ready with your luggage 10/15 mins before the shuttle bus is due to arrive as they will not wait for you--they have deadlines to meet.Most drivers,taxi or shuttle buses will not go up 3 flights of stairs for luggage.How did you get your luggage up the stairs?
Once you arrive at Gare du Lyon you can get a trolley or hire someone to do it for you.
Hope this helps.

Re: Taxi to Gare du Lyon

by kathymof

Please consider packing lighter. Big suitcases will not only be difficult to lug up/down stairs, but a a pain to deal with on trains, and getting on/off trains. Most people pack way too much stuff. I travel with a 22" suitcase and a small backpack. Even with that light load, I had my fill of weight when I was going up/down bridges in Venice and started tossing things.

Travel Tips for Paris

Food! Food! Food!

by BellaMora

The Latin Quarter had LOTS of options and places to eat. There was Thai, lots of Greek, and Japanese places, Spanish, lots of Greek, Indian, Italian, and lots of Greek places to eat! You shouldnt have a problem finding somewhere to eat down here. The Latin Quarter has nothing to do with anything Latin. Its known as Old Paris according to my Parisian friend.

People you meet when you travel can be wonderful.

by davequ

One of the reasons I recommend traveling solo to Paris or Europe in general is if you are a lucky victim of fate, you might cross paths with some truly fantastic people.

On a train from Genova to Nice, I met an absolutely wonderful person.

Liliana was a travel agent from Brazil who was professionally (as a personal private tour guide) accompanying another lady from Brazil (Susan) on her first trip to Europe.

As I was headed for Provence and they elsewhere, we agreed to meet in Paris later on in the month.

We ended up getting together on a side trip from Paris to Versailles and had a great time.

Liliana is a good friend and excellent travel companion, and her friend Susan was an absolute character.

Both were a joy to share time with and a welcome source of friendship, information, and conversation.
It was a riot trying to communicate to each other in little snips of Spanish, English, French, and Portugese, but thanks to Liliana and with a lot of laughter, we managed.
I will always remember them with fondness.
Liliana works for Fjord Turismo, a company of tourism in Rio de Janeiro. Susan is a retired music educator. Liliana and Susan made my trip to Versailles worthwhile. I will always remember Liliana's sweet kindness, and Susan's strong and interesting character.

Included is a candid snapshot I took in the Paris RER station returning from Versailles. Liliana is laughing as Susan (ever the recluse) tries to dart out of the picture.

La Défense

by Klod5

The modern district of La Défense deserves that the tourists take the time to make a small tour there.
It is a business district, with big towers that welcome the seats social of big French enterprises, but it is also a modern vision of the city, and a space of walk to the heart of the city. Since the esplanade, the tourist will have a very beautiful point of view on Paris, and, while paying, he can go up to the summit of l'Arche, and to take advantage of the spectacular panorama.
La Défense it is also an immense shopping mall, the CNIT (center of convention), a district of dwellings...

Try speaking a little French.

by oneonta_ni

It is more polite to ask someone if they speak English before asking a question in English! If you speak a little French, use it! French people that we have met are very helpful and patient with our limited language abilities. I am always a little hesitant at first to speak French because I am convinced no one will understand me. I usually find the French will speak English back if I speak French.

Here are a few basic words with approximate pronounciations:
Hello - bonjour (boh-zhur)
Goodbye - au revoir (ov-rawr)
Yes - oui (wee)
No - non (noh)
Please - s'il vous plait (seel vu play)
Thank you - merci (mare-si)
Sir - monsieur (mis-yer)
Madam - madame (muh-dahm)

It is considered polite to greet a shopkeeper with 'Bonjour madame/monsieur' and say 'Au revoir' as you leave.

Packing List

by dianinparis

Boots (during winter time of course) or Sport shoes (u'll walk a lot), bring some formal and smart casual clothes. You better dress well to get admission to nice expensive clubs. Moisturiser, lip balm, body lotion, and of course some of ur usual medicines Camera is a MUST !!


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 Hotel des Chevaliers

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Address: 30 rue de Turenne, 4th Arr, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75004, France