Le Quartier Republique Marais

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

39 Rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud, (Formerly Allegro Republique), Paris, Ile-de-France, 75011, France
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89%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
21%
12
Very Good
47%
27
Average
21%
12
Poor
7%
4
Terrible
3%
2

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 22% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families62
  • Couples70
  • Solo70
  • Business50

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Forum Posts

jaytread@comcast.net

by jaytread

Qui est le chef å La Coupole?

Merci

Jay Treadwell
President
Cornell Hotel Society

Re: jaytread@comcast.net

by leics

Paul Delbard, according to their website:

http://www.lacoupoleparis.com/endroit/en/

Re: jaytread@comcast.net

by von.otter

La Coupole is a wonderful slice of Parisian dining life.

I love the fast pace of the place, as waiters dash about taking orders, delivering orders and bussing tables.

The food is always excellent.

I would encourage anyone to eat there.

http://www.flobrasseries.com/coupoleparis/

Travel Tips for Paris

Fast-food cafe in PARIS??

by Voyageuse30

One of my favorite things about Paris is the cafes. There are so many unique ones and you really never know what to expect when you go to one, even if you've read the guidebooks. The one exception to this is the Starbucks cafes that I saw on my latest trip.

I know there are several in Paris, and they are nothing like the great, unique cafes that are all over this city. There is really no special ambiance in them at all. Starbucks cafes are like the McDonald's of cafes, and so if you really want to experience true Paris, there is no reason to stop at one. And everything is so expensive. I know that Paris in general is expensive, but why pay so much for something you can just get at home (if home is the USA)?

Skip the Paris Starbucks (and for that matter, the McDo's, etc.). You can't be THAT lonely for the good ole USA...

Go and sit on the steps of the...

by kiefy

Go and sit on the steps of the 'sacre cour', in the summer the locals and travellers alike just chill and listen to the buskers play the sweetist choice of contempary music.
This may sound a little morbid but if you have the chance go 'jim morrison' grave, it is a very interesting and beautifull place, the best of the worlds poets and artist and musical genius lies to rest there, chopin,oscar wild to name but two.AND these guy dont just havea wooden cross and a bunch of daisys, we are talking big,carved monuments! see for yourself.
Stade du france is a good place for the football buffs, we went there and it was closed, but the train ride was nice. I love paris and i love to people watch and get lost in the crowds..the opera house in the evening,the sacre cour and the many side streets,peigal at night is fun, but watch your pocket your soul and your sanity.

Paris Info. Websites

by CALSF

One of the first things you should check isa tourist office for the city you will be visiting. As all information is on the internet nowadays it makes more sense to check what is offered there. These are two of the most helpful Paris information websites to check out:

www.parisinfo.com/guide_paris

www.paris-touristoffice.com

Pad Locks on bridges

by kris-t

Hm... "Sign of undying love" in the mostly romantic city in the world.

"Since the fad took off around two years ago, almost 2,000 padlocks of all shapes, colours and sizes are now locked to the bridges and emblazoned with messages of eternal love".

City was going to remove the pad locks on the Pont des Arts Bridge in May 2010 sometime. Looks as if they didn't end up removing the locks after all.

You will see tonns of pad locks on the bridge near Notre Dame too. But if Paris' municipality wasn't removing the locks on a regular basis, their would be nowhere left to attach a lock...

It's look weird...

What do I need to take!

by IslandGirl10

Have something with wheels. Pack as light as you can if you know that you are going to be walking around until you check into your hotel Comfortable shoes are a must! A jacket for sure in the fall. The weather can be very cool. If you like washclothes BRING THEM! Take your cameras of course, but try to have a pocket to put them in...that was the good point of having a jacket....I could hide my VHS recorder under my coat! If you want to make telephone calls, you will need your credit card or French Telecom cards......none of the phones took Euros. The only reason that we could come up with was because they didn't want money in the phones due to the high rate of theft.

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Address: 39 Rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud, (Formerly Allegro Republique), Paris, Ile-de-France, 75011, France