Inter Hotel Paix Republique

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

2 bis, boulevard Saint-Martin, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75010, France

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Paix Republique
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 11% higher than other 3 star hotels

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  • Couples75
  • Solo66
  • Business25
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    central, great nightlife, PAIX


    This is my next escapade to Paris and have book here for early September 2012. Large reception area with marble soil and nicely decorated with flowers. Next to the reception area, a wide lounge with air-conditioning offers refinement with leather and oak panel. In a charming and nicely decorated breakfast room a cold buffet is served.

    In short stay if for a couple of days, see qualities below

    Unique Quality: nice location for sure, close to canal st martin and pl de la republique ,full of shops and restos. The facilities were probably the smallest I have ever encounter in Paris, and that is a long list. The shower room was difficult to even turn,and I am not big. The breakfast was minimal even for French standards. The rooms has no AC. the elevator/lift worked but on the last day it was disabled.

    Directions: just 50 meters from place de la Republique. very convenient to everything.

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Forum Posts

telephone number

by giokev

I am trying to contact a friend just managed to get their new number am not sure if it is a mobile number number starts 003317...................., but all am getting is a busy tone. Is there anything I can do to check if the number is still operational. Its the only contact I have for this person. Thanks

Re: telephone number

by johnaalex

331 is the code for Paris.

Re: telephone number

by giokev

Many thanks for that, also can I ask you do may people in France still use dial up for internet or is everyone now using broadband. Why I ask this is because everytime I call the number its busy. I think maybe they are on the internet.
Its so frustrating hehehe. Thanks Kevin

Re: telephone number

by giokev

Thanks pedro.
You're so helpful and what a great web site too.

Re: telephone number

by pfsmalo

It would be very unusual for anyone in Paris now to have dial-up. Even out here in the sticks we have broadband. What you may have is a fax machine also working off that number, so if the person has gone ff on holiday or something like that and left it switched to fax, you'll get the busy tone.

Re: telephone number

by pedroswift

Pedro, what does a "busy" tone (and a ring tone) sound like in France. I believe I've been caught out before by thinking I'm hearing a busy tone when in fact it was not.

Re: telephone number

by giokev

thanks for that mate

Re: telephone number

by giokev

when I call a woman just says the number you have called is busy cheers Kevin

Re: telephone number

by pfsmalo

-->> Pedro, ring tone on fixed lines are normally a Bip-Bip type of buzz tone, not a bell like a digital buzz. Busy tone is very rapid Bip-Bip-Bip-Bip.

Re: telephone number

by pedroswift

Thanks for that paul.... I'll remember that when next I phone France in the middle of the night. It's usually a boat builder & they are totally unreliable when it comes to answering phones..ha.

Re: telephone number


331 is the code for Paris?
Not quite, I think. 331 is the country number + the area code for Paris

For 003317:
00= for calling international
33= country code for France
1= the area code for Paris (so it's a landline)
7=the beginning of the rest of the phone number :-)

Travel Tips for Paris

Tour Eiffel in 2000

by Mikebond

The French love to celebrate important events or circumstances with lights. After all, isn't France the country of Enlightenment?
So, they put lights on the Tour Eiffel in 2000 to welcome the year that many considered the beginning of the new millennium (which is actually 2001 because there wasn't any year 0, but only 1 BC and 1 AD).
You see also a photo of the basis of the tower with the Pont d'Iéna in the foreground and the Tour Maine-Montparnasse in the background.

Greatest Bridge in Europe!

by mrclay2000

Of all the pictures you've seen of Paris in guides and travel books, I'm certain you've seen images of the Eiffel Tower as seen from around the lamps on Paris' Pont Alexandre III. This traffic-ridden bridge essentially connects the Grand and Petit Palais to the enormous Hotel Des Invalides on the south bank , yet it is the walk itself that conveys most of the charm. The bridge opens with golden griffins on raised pedestals on the north side, and has more than its share of those beautiful oxidized lamps that Americans so relish here but miss when at home. Add the cherubs and the intricate railings, and we have Europe's grandest arch!

Paris is impossible without:...

by Giulia_ua

Paris is impossible without: 2. Le Louvre – the largest museum in the world. Great collection of sculpture and paintings, from ancient to modern. Most popular places – sculptures of Nika, Venus di Milo, David; painting – Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci.


by eden_teuling

Climb every tower or building or mountain that can be climbed.....

Rewards: lovely view and panorama.
Here a perspective sur L'Avenue de la Grande Armée.....

In the distance the modern Arc La DéFENSE,
see travelogues for more....

Summer Apparel

by Jthomas2

Bring one rolling suitcase or duffel bag. It's not wise to check two bags - it becomes a huge hindrance. Teva sandals saved my life. They're not as conspicuous as sneakers, and they go with almost anything. This was the best I could do, as French women seem to wear real shoes (as opposed to the flip flops of obvious American tourists).

Bring a compact umbrella and take it everywhere you go. Vendors seem to increase the price of umbrellas when it rains. Make sure you bring band-aids and protective ointment for your skin. It's true. The French dress up a litte more than Americans. Jeans, shorts, and t-shirts are comfortable, but you'll feel out of place. French women wear nice slacks, skirts, and dresses. Individual style is a must! If you wear a t-shirt, dress it with a pearls or a scarf.
There are GAP stores everywhere if you're in a bind.


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Address: 2 bis, boulevard Saint-Martin, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75010, France