Ibis Paris Gare Lyon L Rollin

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

41/43 avenue Ledru Rollin, 12th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75012, France
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 23% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Forum Posts

train or roissy bus

by ConnieMH

Which way would be the best form of transportation from the CDG airport to the 2nd arrondissement Montorgueil pedestrian neighborhood,the train or the Roissy Bus? In either how easy or hard is it to carry our luggage with us?

Re: train or roissy bus

by goodfish

Do you have an exact address?

Re: train or roissy bus

by Beausoleil

Assuming you will be near Sentier Metro station, the Roissy bus would be easiest. You can take the bus to Opera, then the Metro line 3 direction Gallieni and exit at Sentiers station to walk to your hotel. If you have too much luggage, take a taxi from Opera to your hotel. There is also a taxi stand outside the Sentier Metro station but if you've gotten that far with your luggage, you should be able to walk.

To get a more accurate answer, give your hotel address or at least the nearest Metro station. It might also help to know how much luggage you have. We have no trouble in the Metro with ours, but we each have a carryon and a small backpack. That's pretty easy to drag up and down stairs.

If you take the train, you will get off at Chatelet-les-Halles and you would have to change twice to get to Sentier station so if you take the train, get a taxi at Chatelet les Halles. It's very near so wouldn't cost much.

http://www.aeroportsdeparis.fr/ADP/en-GB/Passagers/Access-maps-car-parks/Paris-CDG/Access/public-transport/paris-cdg-roissybus.htm

Enjoy your stay in Paris.

Re: train or roissy bus

by Roadquill

Going from CDG to Paris Central it is very easy with luggage. You can get off at Gare du Nord, Chatellet les Halles or St. Michel. At that point I would get a taxi to get to your hotel unless the hotel happens to be close to one of the stops. Karl

Re: train or roissy bus

by goodfish

Just following up Sally's good suggestion here:

We took the Roissy on our last trip and it was very easy to use. I asked about your address as our hotel was only 3 blocks away, and we only had a modest amount of luggage (one carryon and roller 24" bag apiece) so it was not a difficult walk for us. If you are farther away, weighed down by more luggage, or it's pouring rain, a taxi from the Opera vs walking might be recommended.

I will mention that the ticket machines for the bus didn't appear to be working but no problem - you can just pay the driver (in euros).

Re: train or roissy bus

by jemima62

We always take the Roissybus to Opera then hop on the metro. Line 3 to Sentier is a really easy journey, so long as you don't have a lot of luggage. We usually eaqch have a smallish wheeled case and hand luggage and manage with no problem, albeit I'm usually breathing a little heavily by the time we reach our destination! There is an exit from the Sentier metro right by the top of Rue Montorgueil (although I think it is Rue des Petits Carreaux at the very top). It's one of my very favourite places in Paris, if you're staying there you will enjoy it very much!

Travel Tips for Paris

Saving Money with Movie Passes

by BeatChick

There are 2 passes that cover 2 theatre chains:
Le Pass - This is the movie pass for the Pathé/Gaumont theatre chain which costs about 20€/month.
http://www.cinelepass.fr/

UGC Illimité Pass - Covers all the UGC theaters which costs about 18€/month.
http://www.ugc.fr/typepage.do?alias=carteugcillimite

Since movies cost about 8.50€ each then the pass is paid for in 3 visits. Sweet deal!

I've heard that there is some buzz about the passes only being for Parisians. I wouldn't worry too much about it being only for the locals. How would the sales people know if you live there or not? I've heard similar murmurings about the coupon jaune, the weekly & monthly metro passes, but I've never had a problem purchasing them. If you're a real movie buff, take David Sedaris' advice like I did and take a bit of time to watch some films while in Paris!

Photos: February 2006

School holidays (vacances scolaires)

by ATLC

A handy link to see the school holidays in France.
Paris is Area C, so you know!

Click here to see the school holiday dates. Additionally, you should know that May 1st is a public holiday all over France.
Lilly of the Valley posies are sold everywhere on the streets.

Visit Paris in the springtime.

by oneonta_ni

We were in Paris one year at Easter time and it was really lovely. The weather was mostly pleasant and all the shops were ready for the holiday. The chocolate shops had delicious chocolate rabbits and fish in the windows and everywhere the spring flowers were in bloom.

Great food and wine

by roamer61

One of the things that every visitor to Paris must do is dine at one if its many fine restaurants and bistros. The latter are often less expensive. Also, taste one of the many fine wines available. Bordeux and others cans be found quite easily throughout the city. Also note that many restaurants dont open for dinner until 7:00pm.

More Food Tips - Volume 2

by Krystynn

(d) Fancy a coffee, newspaper and mingling with the chic Parisians? Then head to the world famous Café Flore (172 Bv. St. Germaine) or Deux Magots (170 Bv. St. Germaine) and...you WILL find a lot of singles (Parisians and foreigners) who don't mind chatting and getting to know you better. It's just like what you would see in the once-popular HBO TV series "Sex In The City" i.e. the kind of fabulous places the gals from SITC would hang-out. And don't worry... this is not some cheap pick-up joint. Many are habitués (regulars) but these two 'literary' (and very expensive) cafes attract tourists from all over the world.... from New York to Tokyo, Berlin to Singapore and Australia. :-)) Hey, some of them would even be thrilled to join forces with you to explore a bit of Paris or simply take a walk. My best friend and I have had some great moments at these cafés. Ah, c'est la vie...

So, go ahead and order a petit crème (that's - coffee with piping hot milk, baby).

(e) Sushi bars are another fun way to meet nice, cool and chic single diners. The current 'in' sushi hangout must surely be Lo Sushi (8, rue de Berri 75008). It has a revolving sushi bar where diners help themselves to the delectable sushi et sashimi that catches their fancy. I like it this way... The decor is better than the sushi, but amazingly this restaurant is a BIG hit with locals and foreigners alike.

Who recommended us this place?
A sales assistant from Chanel (the branch located along the Champs Elysees) highly recommended this joint to us. 100 brownie points to her.

(f) If you're interested to meet interesting people living in Paris, you should also consider popping into a wine bar (only the chic wine bars, pur-leeese!) where people have the same taste preferences or share a sense of sipping adventure. Food and wine in France tend to be the bond that binds like-minded people together!

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