Kyriad Italie Gobelin

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

5 rue Veronese, 13th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75013, France

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  • Couples75
  • Solo77
  • Business65
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    Hotel with many travel options

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    Horel Kyriad Italie Gobelin is located 2 blocks North of Place d'Italie.

    The reasons to chose this hotel were mostly outside the hotel, like the 3 different métro lines from Place d'Italie and the buses available at Avenue des Gobelins.
    Also the precense of a number of low priced restaurants around and the Chinese quarter a bit farther to the South are positive reasons.

    The hotel just offers a room for a stay, nothing fancy and service reduced to a minimum.

    Directions: Two blocks North from place d'Italie

    Bus 28 Gobelins stop.

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Forum Posts

Shopping for teenagers

by GEBD

Hello, I'll be taking my 2 nieces aged 13 and 16 to Paris soon. We'll visit the big sights I hope, but in addition, they've both got in mind they'd like to "go shopping". We'll be staying in the Latin Quarter but very happy with metro travel etc. Any suggestions gratefully received! (PS - We're not rich!).

Re: Shopping for teenagers

by ForestqueenNYC

Are you talking about shopping for clothes?

Re: Shopping for teenagers

by tango_jd

Rue Muffetard - near to Latin Quarter and has some very quirky clothes shops as well as food shops, restaurants, etc. Sometimes there are street performers. Lots of fun!
From memory there are some nice shops along Bvd Saint Michel too.

Re: Shopping for teenagers

by christine.j

Some years ago I took a 14-year-old to Paris. I remember we took for ever reaching Sacre Coeur, because of the many,many clothes shops and stalls on the way up.

Re: Shopping for teenagers

by weezybee

I'd go for the department stores (metro havre caumartin) which are the Galeries Lafayette and the Printemps. You could also go the the big shopping mall in La Défense (metro La Defense or RER A) where there are all the brands you can possibly want to check out =)

Re: Shopping for teenagers

by TOPSHELFPUBCRAWLER

Well, the Avenue des Champs-Elysées may be the most famous shopping avenue in the world. Although it is well known for its high end designer threads, you can also find many common brands such as Gap, Esprit, Quicksilver, Sephora, and countless others. Most of the fun, especially for young women, is just going into some of the high end stores, just to look around. So, on the Avenue des Champs-Elysées, they can do both browse and actually shop. Plenty of casual dining options as well. If they are into shopping, you cannot go to Paris and not visit the world's most heralded shopping mecca avenue.

Enjoy the trip.





http://www.champselysees.org/champselysees/shopping/

Re: Shopping for teenagers

by GEBD

clothes, bags, jewellery I think...

Re: Shopping for teenagers

by GEBD

thanks - I vaguely recalled Mouffetard for dining but had forgotten shopping options there... sounds like a good way to kill 2 birds with 1 stone!

Re: Shopping for teenagers

by GEBD

I love that area - good idea - thanks!

Re: Shopping for teenagers

by GEBD

thanks I've made a note of those... good opportunity to see La Defence too.

Re: Shopping for teenagers

by GEBD

good thought about the pleasures of browsing - Arc de Triomphe is on the "must see" list already, so we can take in a little retail therapy while we are there!

Re: Shopping for teenagers

by leanneedwards

As mentioned a Big mall at La Defense..
I like Blvd St Michel for shopping I find Galleries Lafayette $$$ as you are in the Latin Quarter you are right near Blvd St M. I bought lots of shoes!!!

I also like Rue Rennes small shops... Have fun!!
Down the street from Galleries Lafayette walking away from the opera there are lots of larger stores with good prices H&M (which you may have at home?) C&A... quality not to last forever but with teenagers they want it for the season!

Travel Tips for Paris

Few words in French

by ealgisi

Below you will find few useful words you can use while traveling in Fance:

Yes/No = Oui/Non
Yes, please/No, thank you = Oui, s'il vous plaît/Non, merci
Please = S'il vous plaît
Thank you = Merci (madame/monsieur)
You're welcome = Il n'y a pas de quoi
Here is/are = Voici...
Hello/Good morning/afternoon = Bonjour, (madame/monsieur)
Hello/Good evening = Bonsoir (madame/monsieur)
Goodbye = Au revoir
Good night = Bonne nuit
How are you? = Comment allez-vous?
Very well, thanks = Très bien, merci
Excuse me = Excusez-moi
Do you speak English? = Est-ce que vous parlez anglais?
Can you help me? = Est-ce que vous pouvez m'aider?
I don't understand. = Je ne comprends pas.
I don't know. = Je ne sais pas.
Could you please write it down = Est-ce que vous pouvez l'écrire?
Sorry = Désolé(e)
Where? = Où?
When? = Quand?
How? = Comment?
Why? = Pourquoi?
Who? = Qui?
Which? = Lequel?/Laquelle?
Where is...? = Où est...?
How much? = Combien?
How many? = Combien?
What's that? = Qu'est-ce que c'est?
I like it. = Ça me plaît.
I don't like it. = Ça ne me plaît pas.
OK/Agreed. = Ça va/d'accord.
That's fine. = C'est bien.

Hungry, but no time to waste...

by Martinewezel

This little shop half way the Montmartre butte sells excellent French sandwiches . With salad, eggs, tomatoes and Brie cheese, camembert... but also with tuna, Gauda cheese, ham... and they are less expensive than 50 meters higher on the butte.
We tasted the difference. These are the best! (3,5 euros)

This is how to get there: leave the Place du Tertre via the stairs of the rue du Calvaire. The shop is just down these stairs.(see red circle in the picture)

Paris Welcomes Couples

by mrclay2000

Whether you are traveling with that special someone or blazing through town on your own, the romantic atmosphere of Paris pervades all things. From the lovers in the city squares to the riverside walks to the private alleys, love is in the air.

Non, je ne regrette rien

by skywalkerbeth

This song sends shivers up and down my spine. "The Sparrow" is required listening while you are packing for a trip to Paris. I've included a link below in case you want to order the Best of Edith Piaf!

Her voice is beautiful and haunting and she is an icon much loved by the French.

Aujourd'hui, ça commence avec toi !

What to bring with?

by Jenniflower

Luggage with wheels is always a good idea, wherever you are travelling. Whether snowy/wet/sunny/warm or cold weather, layer your clothing.
Wear thermal underwear (these are easily bought at the local clothing shops), with warm leggings and a top under a toasty jacket for the cold. I have my trusty grey duffle coat, plus a white snow jacket for this type of weather, and they are a godsend!
Wear flat shoes that have a good grip, as when it is snowing, and afterwards, when it is sludge, it's really difficult to walk and keep your balance!
Always remember to bring a cap/hat that covers your head and neck for when it gets hot, as well as sunglasses. : Sunscreen (Factor 35 is the minimum factor I use, no matter what the weather is), headache tablets and usual little things like some plasters for blisters, cotton wool, germolene etc. Your camera, with charger, and a EUROPEAN plug extension. Have a map of the area handy, plus a local bird, flower and tree book. For this you also need a pair of good quality binoculars

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 Kyriad Italie Gobelin

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Address: 5 rue Veronese, 13th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75013, France