3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

19, avenue Stephen Pichon, 13th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75013, France
Jack's Hotel
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 21% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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CDG departure tax?

by monicarc

I may be travelling to CDG using an airline employee pass soon--as such, you have to physically go and pay the departure tax at the airport. Does anyone know the departure tax for CDG? I did a quick search and came up with that there wasn't one, which I cannot believe is the case. Thanks.

Re: CDG departure tax?

by leics

European departure taxes are always included in the ticket prices. So 'none' means you don't actually pay anything at the airport.

I don't know how that affects you as an airline employee using a pass though.

Re: CDG departure tax?

by leics

I did a quick google and found this info from 2008:


Tax is, as I said, normally included in the ticket price but the link above will give you a rough idea of what you can expect to pay (but it will almost certainly have increased since 2008).

Re: CDG departure tax?

by cubsur

Why don't you ask the airline who issues the employee pass? Surely they must know what taxes and charges their employees may have to pay when riding on a 'free' pass and how they are paid at the various airports.

Re: CDG departure tax?

by leics

Pedmar, that site is giving info for the ordinary traveller and there is no departure tax because it is included in the ticket price (in some places you have to pay at the airport, I believe).

The link I gave was a discussion about how much CDG tax is, and how to pay it, between people who do not pay ordinary fares, like the OP.

Travel Tips for Paris

Museum Pass

by Jim_Eliason

The Museum pass is in my opinion a fantastic deal. Not only does it get you in to many museums for one price but it allows you to skip long ticket lines in other museums like the Louvre. You buy it by a fixed number of days and then can visit each musem on the list once during that time.

Paris Tip

by aliante1981

My fondest memory? When I went with a couple of my friends to wellcome a new day in near the Eiffel Tower: it then displayed the huge clock where dates left till 2000 were changing, and it was illuminated as well.


by nygaston

Le Grand Vefour 17 rue de Beaujolais (Palais Royal)
La Tour D'Argent 15 quai de la Tournelle (Maubert Mutualite)
Drouant 18 rue Gaillon (Opera)
Lipp 151 Bd Saint Germain (Saint Germain des pres)
Le Procope 13 rue de l'ancienne comedie (Odeon)
Maxim's 3 rue Royale. (Concorde or Madeleine)

You don't have to order wine.

by Beausoleil

In French restaurants you don't have to order wine or bottled water. We always get a "carafe d'eau" (pitcher of tap water) for free. It is perfectly all right to ask for this; no one will think you either strange or cheap. We often get a bottle or glass of wine as well, but not always. We have noticed many people do this, especially if they are driving.

If you want to save money, there are lots of ways to do it. When you do order wine, be sure you know how much you are paying for it. The one time we didn't ask, we ended up with a 54 euro bottle of wine. It was good wine but that is way beyond what we will usually pay. We learned a lesson . . . always ask.

Paris Books

by barryg23


I would guess that more books have been written on Paris than on any other city. As well as being a hugely popular tourist destination, many writers from France and especially from abroad have settled here or lived in the city at some point.

My favourite books about Paris/set in Paris are:

Shakespeare and Co. by Sylvia Beach
Paris to the Moon by Adam Gopnik
The Lost Generation by Noel Riley Fitch
A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway
Memoirs of Montparnasse by John Glassco
Paris: A Literary Companion by Ian Littlewood
Les Miserables by Victor Hugo
Notre Dame de Paris by Victor Hugo
A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens


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Address: 19, avenue Stephen Pichon, 13th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75013, France