Le Faubourg Hotel Paris

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

47, rue du Faubourg Poissonniere, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France
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57%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
2%
1
Very Good
20%
8
Average
35%
14
Poor
20%
8
Terrible
22%
9

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 29% more and rated 23% lower than other 2 star hotels

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Good For Solo
  • Families33
  • Couples32
  • Solo50
  • Business11

More about Le Faubourg Hotel Paris

once a parisian , parisian for ever Greeter Paris

by treboisdor

Parisians will share with visitors their knowledge of Paris

If you wish to experience for few hours the life of a Parisian, if you want to leave the beaten paths of the tourist areas, our volunteers will show you for free, their favourite neighbourhoods.

Paris Greeters volunteers are enthusiastic and friendly and know Paris very well. They want to share their time, their knowledge and passion. Imagine that for a few hours a friend introduces you to the neighbourhood he/she loves.

Our strolls: an unique choice through villages and districts.
La Butte aux Cailles, le village de Charonne, Vaugirard, la Butte Bergère, les Batignolles, Passy, Montsouris, Auteuil, La Nation, le Faubourg Saint-Antoine and far more…

How does it work?

To sign up for your free Paris Greeter casual stroll, just fill out the form on http://www.parisgreeter.com, at least two weeks in advance. You will find all necessary details on the site.


Sign up today for your Paris Greeter friendly stroll in the streets of this wonderful city! Make an appointment with a friend in Paris.

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Forum Posts

Hotel & travel in Paris

by Charliesangels

Hi, 3 of us are booking a triple room in Le Faubourg Hotel. The main reason is we are coming in Dec when it's very cold and this hotel seems inexpensive and close to everything. However, I tried sending an email but they seem reponse quite late. any comment?

Metro pass - is there any ONE WEEK metro pass in Paris? My friend said the monthly one is available, but we are only staying for 4-5 days. When we travel within the city, should we buy a pass or just point to point tickets?

Many thanks!

Re: Hotel & travel in Paris

by brotherleelove

"Paris Visite" is what you're looking for. Paris Visite comes in 2, 3, or 5 consecutive days versions, starting any day of the week.

There's also a Paris Museum Pass for 1,3 or 5 days. Check out this website. You'll find the information you seek under "All Paris Passes."

Have a great time!

http://www.conciergerie.com/main.htm

Re: Hotel & travel in Paris

by Hamster_Huey

One thing you need to know about weekly metro asses:

They're valid from monday to Sunday. So it depends when you arrive.

Re: Hotel & travel in Paris

by aussiedoug

The one week metro pass is the carte orange and it costs differing amounts depending on how many zones you want to cover. Have just come back from 2 weeks in Paris. Took me a few days to get the hang of the metro, but it is brilliant for getting around. Never have to wait more than a few minutes for a train. Wear you daypack on your front where you can see the zipper/s or put a small padlock/s on any zip/s there are.
While none of our party of 16 had anything stolen on the Metro I know many who have! Enjoy Paris. Paris est fantastique et est tres belle!

Re: Re: Hotel & travel in Paris

by Hamster_Huey

The carte orange exists in both weekly and monthly passes. Be sure to mention that you want a weekly pass, as the monthly pass is the most popular with loxal commuters, and ticket booth employees might sell you a monthly pass if you do not specify it.

3 gals going Europe

by Sophie_Lam

Hi all! 3 of us (girls) going Paris, Barcelona, Madrid and Seville this Dec, anyone have idea on below hostels.

Hostel le Faubourg - Paris
Hostal Central - Barcelona
Hostel Cruz Sol - Madrid
Murillo - Seville

Any must go plc in these cities recommend? We are thinking to take trains from Barcelona to Madrid, but it costs us 8hrs by normal and 5hrs by express, do you think we can get the express train ticket locally when we get there? We need to book the Flexipass online now? We are thinking to get the Flexipass at US$155 for 3 days in 2 mths, it covers our trip Madrid to Seville, is that worth to get this Flexipass in advance or we can get it when arrived Barcelona?

Thank you..
S

Re: 3 gals going Europe

by manuelEB

You will get more answers if you post this in the Spain Forum. The express tickets can be obtained on the spot. IT is much more relaxed society. They live.We work.

Re: Re: 3 gals going Europe

by Sophie_Lam

hello there..thanks for the advise..
So..any plc recommend to go in Paris and Spain...
Hve a nice day!
:-)

Re: 3 gals going Europe

by Ricardo_J_M

We ended up purchasing our Eurorail passes here in the United States. The prices we recieved were better for the class selection. We paid a couple of supplements for the long connections (Paris to Milan) but the point to point would have ran to high. Another thing to look into is if you all are students then you may be able to get good deals thru student organizations such as ISIC or ISE. The following websites will lead you to further information as well as contacts. Good luck.

http://www.isic.org/sisp/index.htm

http://www.internationalstudent.com/idcards/

Travel Tips for Paris

La nuit...

by Lilasel

Even with pollution and vast buildings you can observe incredible sunsets in Paris... This one was so romantic (must be in such area) and touching...
And then the night life was started! Vive mon Paris!

Christmas Markets in December

by Herkbert

When traveling to Paris during December, be sure to check out the Christmas markets. These are little shops set up which sell a variety of items such as gifts, crafts, candy, pastries, hot wine, and food items. In Paris, there were markets set up along the Champs Elysee, near the Eiffel Tower and another near St Sulpice Church.

While I can't speak for everything, the Vin chaud (hot wine) and crepes were delicious.

There are also a number of carousels and other items for children set up along the way. Be sure to take a walk through the markets, it will definitely put you in the spirit.

On the other hand here's a... 7e

by shrimp56

On the other hand here's a window display of flowers made of SUGAR!! They were meticulously detailed and very beautiful! I have to admit that I did a doubletake when I saw them. This window in in the 7e.

Eventful "Parc de la Villette"

by aaaarrgh

This enormous park is the largest green space in Paris, filled with modern sculpture and entertainment venues.

The park's cheif architect is Bernard Tschumi. He planned the park as an enormous 'event' for people. There are 26 very large red 'folies', the size of small houses. Some of them you can climb into, and others have cafe's in them.

Around the park there is a Museum, Conservatoire, Art Centre, a vast 'hands-on' Science Centre.

So there is loads and loads to do, whatever the weather.

DIRECTIONS
The park is located to the north of Paris city centre, in the suburbs of the 19th arondissement. Metro stations 'Porte de la Villette' (Science Centre) or 'Porte de Pantin' (Information Bureau and Conservatoire).

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 Le Faubourg Hotel Paris

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Address: 47, rue du Faubourg Poissonniere, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France