i reserved here Ibis Paris La Défense Centre for 4 days at end of may..is it good??any good restauranst that i must see at paris these days?
Gets mixed reviews on TripAdvisor, why would you not ask for the advice on the hotel prior to booking the room? Sort of like putting the cart before the horse.
Ibis hotels are very basic but in my experience clean and functional... you are out of town for my liking but close to the metro so this in never a problem..
We are searching for a decent hotel for 2 in Paris. However for Visa purposes, we also need to book directly from the hotel and not through a website like booking.com .
The Accor Hotels group seems to be a decent one and we have narrowed our choices to the below 3.
Ibis Paris Porte de Vanves Parc des Expositions,
All Seasons Asnieres
Hotel Ibis Paris Issy Les Moulineaux Val de Seine
Which is the good option? We are leaning towards the All Seasons hotel in Asnieres. How good or bad is the transportation to this place? We are planning to take either the Paris Visite pass the T+ pass.
Thank in advance.
Is that "visa" as in permission to visit a country? Or as in the credit card company?
I think all those hotels might be well out of the centre of Paris. The transport might be okay but you will spend a lot of time going to and fro.
It's Visa as in permission to enter France. Unfortunately we need one.
I only checked the All Seasons Asnieres it is out of the circle of Paris which would mean travel everyday in and out! Try one of the Accorhotels that are in Paris.. for the time you spend travelling back and forth the extra $$ if there are any would be worth it!! If you google Ibis Paris (Accorhotels) then you will find them... get a map so you can see where you will be or Google map!! Also check Pedmar (VT guru for Paris) his page as he has a list of websites to go to and then you could book.. enjoy!
Thanks pedmar and everyone for such a detailed feedback! I have no words than just to say the VT forums ROCK!!!
We finally booked Ibis Tour Eiffel which is supposedly close to all the centres. :) Eagerly waiting for a lovely trip in World's romantic city.
Will come back here for more later :)
Once again thank you all for taking time to reply!
I'm heading to Paris on 27th August for a long weekend with 2 other friends. We were hoping to stay in a hotel with an outdoor swimming pool (seeing as its so hot). Does anyone know of any - within a 30 minute radius from Paris.
I heard of the Ibis Paris Marne La Vallee Noisy but not sure if its an outdoor/indoor pool - anyone heard of it, whats it like?
Heard the Novotel Tour Eiffel had an outdoor pool but their website said its indoor>? Anyone any ideas?
Much help appreciated
just returned from paris and it was about 40 degrees,dont know about the pools but everyone was in the fountains around the eiffel tower(trocadero)as well as the louvre and concorde.a great place is parc andre citroen,metro javel,they have a collection of water features that everyone was using it was a fantastic parc without many tourists ,give it a go.
The hotel Ritz place Vendome has a pool.
I hope you can pay the room.
Just looked up the Ritz - not quite the price range I was talking about!!
I dont mind being a bit outside Paris (10-20 mins), so long as the place has an outdoor pool? Anyone any ideas?
The novatel hotel in masey has an outside pool, it's fairly cheep, but there is nothing to do there, lots of offices, there is a direct line to the center of Paris, the train goes every 15 mins or so.
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