Ibis Paris Republique Xeme

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

9 rue Leon Jouhaux, 10th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75010, France

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    Comfortable and convenient

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    I stayed there for 5 nights in November of 1995 while being on business in Paris. A very convenient location close to place Republique. Rather comfortable and good for the price. The room is small for two people but we were satisfied.

    Unique Quality: Breakfast + unlimited Wi-Fi are included in all prices at the All Seasons Paris République. The hotel is located in the center of Paris, near to the Canal Saint-Martin and the main theaters. It is served by 5 metro lines, is close to the Gare de l'Est, Gare du Nord and Gare de Lyon train stations, and benefits from easy access to the Villepinte and Versailles exhibition centers. The hotel has 70 completely renovated air-conditioned rooms.

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6 month accommodation in Paris

by jillyboo45

Hi everyone

My 20 year daughter will be in Paris for 6 months on exchange from Feb - July.
We are looking for cheap accommodation for her entire stay. At the moment she has to fly in and then find her own place. I wanted to get it sorted before she arrives.
Any advice, help is appreciated. The University does not find a place for her. they may just give her a few places to go to to see if any rooms are available. Obviously not expensive as we are paying for the lot.

Thanks in advance
Jill

Re: 6 month accommodation in Paris

by Odinnthor

I recommend that you get in touch with our Paris guru, "pedmar". He has an excellent guide to apartments in Paris, although his list of course is more for short stays. However, he is who I would ask if I needed what you need. Here is is page.

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/89526/

Re: 6 month accommodation in Paris

by jillyboo45

Thanks for your help.
Would you know the semester dates for next year at the Ecole Superior Des beaux arts? We were just given February to July, but need to know official dates in order to book accommodation.

Thanks

Re: 6 month accommodation in Paris

by Paris92

I would also try the Cite Internationale Universitaire. If you apply now you may be able to find her something. It's a beautiful place that's full of students from all over the world--a bit out of the way, but worth it to be around so many other kids.

Here's the website: http://www.ciup.fr/en/

They fill up VERY fast so I would contact them as soon as possible.

C

Travel Tips for Paris

Learn to Speak French

by GracesTrips

Prior to our trip, I bought a set of CD's (8) "French with Michel Thomas". I listened to them in my car on the way to work and back. Regular price about $56 but you can probably get them a little cheaper on Ebay or Half.com. It was really easy to learn some basic communication which really came in handy when encountering locals who could not speak any English at all. The English language is derived from French so there are some similarities which make it easy to learn - this is all explained in the CD's. At least by listening to the CD's, you get a very good idea on how to pronounce the words.

Basilique du Sacré Coeur

by jexelot

After the Franco-Prussian War of 1870, it was proposed to construct a church to the Sacred Heart on the butte Montmartre. Although originally the fund raising was by public subscription, in 1873, the National Assembly declared its construction to be a state undertaking. Of the 78 entries in the competition for its design, the one chosen was by the architect named Abadie. He was already well known for his restoration of the St-Front Cathedral in Périgueux.
The plans for the new basilica called for an edifice of Romano-Byzantine style, and the first stone was laid in 1875. Abadie himself died in 1884 with only the foundation having been completed.

Completed in 1914, it was not consecrated until 1919 after World War I had ended. The final cost was 40 million francs. Since 1885, there has been perpetual adoration and worship within.

The interior of the church contains one of the worlds largest mosaics, and depicts Christ with outstretched arms. The nearby bell tower contains the ``Savoyarde''. Cast in Annecy in 1895, it is one of the worlds heaviest at 19 tons.

Arc de Triomphe

by CandS

The Arc de Triomphe was built between 1806 and 1814...then later between 1823 and 1836.

It is really worth climbing to the top of the Arc de Triomphe (all 284 steps) and watch the cars and other vehicles driving around underneath. We watched for ages waiting for an accident but they didn't even come close! It was fun to watch though!

Opening times are daily April to September 9:30 am to 11 pm; October to March 10 am to 6 pm.

Make sure you take the underpass to get to the Arc de Triomphe - it could be the end to your holiday if you try crossing the road...

You should really not miss to...

by theskydancer

You should really not miss to climb on top of the Notre-Dame Cathedral... not only you can have wonderful aerial views of Paris but you can also admire the really interesting 'gargoeuils' (i hope the spelling is correct, i'm not originally french). They are a collection of really bizarre monsters/devils

Don't get lost!

by oneonta_ni

If you are a regular traveller to Paris, you might find it handy to get a book called 'Paris par Arrondissement'. It is an A - Z of streets with maps and shows all those tiny little streets that the normal tourist maps do not. If you can't get one in your local bookshop, you can get one in the major bookstores in Paris. Ours also has a Metro and RER map.

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 Ibis Paris Republique Xeme

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Accor Paris Republique
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Address: 9 rue Leon Jouhaux, 10th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75010, France