Hotel du Roi Rene

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

72 Pl. Dr. Felix Lobligeois, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75017, France
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Excellent
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Average
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Poor
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Costs 25% less but rated 32% lower than other 2 star hotels

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  • Couples39
  • Solo70
  • Business50

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Dress code for Palais Garnier?

by boomerjohn

I have an evening ticket for the ballet at the Palais Garnier in mid May. I plan to be in khakis and a knit shirt for my sightseeing during the day. Would that be OK to wear or should I be dressier. Should I pack a jacket and tie?

Re: Dress code for Palais Garnier?

by von.otter

I do not think there is an official dress code for audience members to attend performances at Palais Garnier.

When we have seen ballet performances there we have been dressed in suit and tie. However, we did see others dressed less formally, but nicely in dress slacks and a dress shirt, no tie or jacket.

I would suggest that you can make a change of clothes to a pair of dark dress slacks and light blue, pinpoint Oxford shirt for the evening from your daytime wear of khakis and knit shirt. Would you not want to freshen up after a day's sightseeing?

Enjoy the ballet and the building. It is so over the top that I cannot help but get caught up in the frothy, giddy celebration of the place. There are tours conducted of the interior. Imagine that you are a member of the Court of Napoleon III. LOL!

Re: Dress code for Palais Garnier?

by Jeannette1

Khakis and a knit shirt would be too casual, in my opinion. I'd tell my husband to wear dress slacks and a nice shirt (tie not necessary).

Re: Dress code for Palais Garnier?

by Beausoleil

It depends a bit on where you are seated. The more expensive tickets cater to better dressed folks.

My husband always takes a plain sport coat with matching slacks that do a neat double as a suit when needed. The slacks can be work casually otherwise. If you don't want to take two coats, use the sport coat for your jacket for the trip.

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Don't make any plans. Just...

by snmred

Don't make any plans. Just show up with some cash and some free time. I only had 24 hours so I went to the Metro, the underground train system, bought an all day pass for about 8 euro which included a map and a discount booklet for some of the attractions in the city. Cruising along the river in one of the cheesy tourist boat rides. It was a beautiful day, sunny and mild. The arcitecture is amazing.

Stick with the metro, buses or your feet

by jglsongs

I can't say first-hand, since the picture below was taken by me but had nothing to do with me. Still, it solidified my belief that if you're visiting Paris for a long or short time, there's no reason to rent or use a car unless you have access to a garage or are staying outside of the city and far from any train line.

Use the museum card to visit...

by SilverVelvet

Use the museum card to visit many of the smaller museums in Paris. For example, the Musee de la Vie Romantique remembers the age of the literary Romantic era and includes memorabilia from George Sand. The Musee de la Mode et de Textile shows costumes and textiles from the 17th Century to the present. The
Musee de la Marine is filled with French navel history. The Musee de la Musique features musical instruments from the 16th Century to the present. The (museum) homes of Balzac and Victor Hugo are filled with personal memorabilita.

The Zouave by the river

by TheWanderingCamel

A Zouave was an Algerian from the Kabyle tribe, enrolled in the French Colonian Army.

This statue is beside the Pont de l'Alma on the Seine, and when the Zouave's feet are in water, the Seine is officially in flood. At that time, all usual precautions are taken, including closing the riverside expressways.

I have seen the water up to his chest - an old photo showed it up to his neck, but this was in the 1930's and many precautions have been taken towards controlling flood water so that this will not happen again (the tiny streets on the Ile St Louis were completely under water).

His feet are dry enough at the moment.

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PBP pour les amateurs sérieux

by MarcelAmusement

Paris-Brest-Paris-
1200 kilometer race once the realm for professionals is now for all. Cyclists from all over the world join this rolling cycling celebration. Held every four years. You must qualify, contact your local cycling associations.

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Address: 72 Pl. Dr. Felix Lobligeois, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75017, France