Ibis Compiegne

18, rue Edouard Branly, ZAC de Mercieres, Compiegne, Ile-de-France, 60200, France
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Paris Apartments/ Hotel

by Purush

My apartment booking has been cancelled by the hotel and now they have offerred me a studio Apt. at 94700 Maison Alfort, which is in the Paris Suburb. Now I am really upset as my all preparations are based on my earlier booking at "Port de charenton". Is there any way to complaint about it anywhere .

How will an apartment at rue Eugène Renault, 94700 Maison Alfort suit to travel to Paris city centre/ Disneyland and CDG Airport ?

Are there any supermarkets / restaurants in this area ? And is it safe to travel to this place in night with family (while returning from Paris) ?

Or Pl. advise any good apartments (I know Last minute cost will be high) for a family with 2 kids.

Many thanks.

Re: Paris Apartments/ Hotel

by pfsmalo

Looking at the "google" map your appartment is just 100/150 metres from the metro "Ecole Veterinaire" station. This is on the same line as Charenton le Pont, where your previous appart. was, just 2 stops further out which your metro tickets will cover anyway. There is a "Casino" s/market in the same street heading towards the metro, so you'd pass it going backwards and forwards. The area is reasonably residential and shouldn't be a problem. There is a Japanese resto quite close at no. 11 and at no. 8 the "Va et Vient" that has sandwiches, does grills and take aways. A little bit further away in rue Charles de Gaulle there is a Greek resto and almost next to it a pizza place. Just round the corner in Avenue General de Gaulle there is a french resto "Montaford". These two streets have almost the same name, same personage but different streets.

Hope that helps you make your decision.

Re: Paris Apartments/ Hotel

by puerto_lover

Bus number 24 looks good from near rue Eugène Renault, 94700 Maison Alfort to Gare de Lyon and Pont Neuf for Notre Dame and Ile de Cite, and continues to Place de la Concorde and Madeleine. Handy bus for getting into the centre.

For STREET VIEWs of your area why don't you open Google Maps and use Street View? It can show you want the neighbourhood is like.

Re: Paris Apartments/ Hotel

by leics

Your hotel has covered its responsibilities by offering you a similar standard of accommodation elsewhere, I'm afraid. This does sometimes happen; deliberate over-booking is pretty common in the hotel industry, to cover cancellations and no-shows.....and sometimes it goes wrong. Sorry it happened to you, but it seems as if the new apartment is not too far away from the original. I'm sure you will still have a great trip.

Re: Paris Apartments/ Hotel

by kathymof

I would ask for photos to make sure it really is a similar apartment. Studio can mean any number of things in Europe.

Travel Tips for Paris

UNESCO World Heritage

by tini58de

Since 1991 the Banks of the Seine are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Here is, what it says about it on the official UNESCO World Heritage webpage:

From the Louvre to the Eiffel Tower, from the Place de la Concorde to the Grand and Petit Palais, the evolution of Paris and its history can be seen from the River Seine. The Cathedral of Notre-Dame and the Sainte Chapelle are architectural masterpieces while Haussmann's wide squares and boulevards influenced late 19th- and 20th-century town planning the world over.

Confucius Gets Colonial at Pompidou Center

by Confucius

Here is where you'll meet representatives from each of France's historical colonies and possessions. In my photo you can see the Vietnamese guy on the left and the Ivory Coast characters on the right. I don't know where that tall robot in the middle came from but it was in no mood to help me find any French Polynesian dancers in this cultural quiche that ended up being a quick lunch. I had never seen so many Africans in one place! (Still haven't been to Africa) Visiting the Pompidou Center somehow reminded me of riding the elevators of Hong Kong's Chungking Mansion. I felt cramped in a small space at the modern art gallery surrounded by these French speaking Africans, only they wore designer clothes instead of tribal robes. Once outside I slowly became acclimated to the African cultures until this giant robot came out of nowhere and scared the merde out of me. I tried to photograph this space invader but as you can see his hand was faster than my eye and so I clicked and ducked and got the cluck out of that cross cultural chicken coop faster than Lance Armstrong to finish my first and only Tour de France.

(2006 update: I returned to Paris this year for my second visit but stayed away from the Pompidou Center.)

One more classical ET view

by OrlandoBR

Those canons of water in the Trocadéro gardens, I only saw them working once, just before I took this picture. After 10 minutes waiting for the sun to brighten my photo, when the clouds finally cleared, they turned the water off! Maybe next time then, next summer, assuming they only do that once a year or when a blue moon is over Paris.


by mel_bee

When I arrived to visit the Sacre Coeur I was surprised to find a lot of policeman and crowds of people. After enquiring, I found out that the Stations of the Cross was about to take place. This entails people singing hymns walking, kneeling and praying their way up the stairs into the church.


by nygaston

*  Angers, Avignon-centre, Bordeaux, Cannes, Lyon-Perrache, Marne –la Vallée Chessy, Marseilles, Nantes, Nice, Paris Austerlitz/Est/Lyon/Montparnasse/Nord, Toulouse.
En gare de Paris Montparnasse.

You will pay by cash (Card sometimes accepted) depending of the size.

Rates: 3,40 € (1), 5 € (1) ou 7,5 € (1) for 72 hours.
Paris-Montparnasse, you can pay with cash or card.

**  Dijon, Lille-Flandres, Lyon-Part Dieu, Metz, Mulhouse, Rennes, Strasbourg. Ouverture périodique en gares de Saint-Raphaël, Bourg-Saint-Maurice, Moutiers et Saint-Gervais-les-Bains.

Rate: 4,50 € (1) per lugage (valise, colis), and per day (24 hours), 5,30 € (1) per bike, wheel chair, etc... per day (24 hours)

(1) Rates on 01/08/2002.

ATTENTION: it may be closed for security issue. ATTENTION:
for security reasons, you cannot leave electronics and alarm clock in the lugages....


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