Libertel Montmartre Duperre

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

32 rue Duperre, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France
Libertel Montmartre Duperre
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Satisfaction Very Good
Very Good

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 30% more than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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  • Families71
  • Couples75
  • Solo80
  • Business60

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Forum Posts

first rip to Paris

by igorbob

ariiving Paris 14 July: BASTILLE DAY!!
Q. Any feedback re: Hotel Libertel Montmartre Duperre?
Q. What should we expect in terms of crowds and hassles re: Bastille Day?
Q. Would you recommend the Montmartre or Latin Quarter for nightlife?
Q. Any place to get high?

RE: first rip to Paris

by Roadquill

Check tripadvisor, there are many posts on this hotel. It is in Pigalle area which is the red light area in Paris, sex shops generally open it night. Many pickpockets in the area also. Reports from "bar" visitors is that once your in the muscle you for drinks.
dont' know about Bastille Day, sounds like it would be fun. Latin for nightlife. Can't help with #4.

RE: first rip to Paris

by dazsin

Place to get high - The Eiffel Tower. (bad joke sorry)

RE: RE: first rip to Paris

by Roadquill

Your right, it was pretty bad, but it was appreciated.

RE: RE: first rip to Paris

by jackcd

montmarte is quite high also

Travel Tips for Paris

Mickey’s Magical Winter Wonderland

by Ash59

Mickey’s magical winter wonderland show. Took the kids to see this show expecting a kids show during which I could nod off. Well, it is a kid show but it is so well done that even the adults were enthralled by it and I did not get a wink of sleep :-)

Fabulous Walks

by mrclay2000

The Champs-Elysees is Paris' grandest avenue, the French counterpart to Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. Today the visitor will find expensive shops side-by-side with inexpensive dining (including a McDonald's), but for most it is strictly window shopping for most of the stretch between the Arc de Triomphe and the Place de la Concorde. Visitor information is available in many languages from the tourism office here, which vends museum and subway tickets also.

Opera Garnier

by Lilasel

Sometimes compared to a giant wedding cake, this extravagant building was designed by Charles Garnier for Napoleon 3 in 1962.
The interior of the Opera is famous for its Grand Staircase made of white Carrara marble and its five-tiered auditorium bedecked in red velvet and gold, with a false ceiling painted by Chagall in 1964.

Lunch in a beautiful setting

by davequ

Had an dejeuner with ExGuy in a very interesting and beautiful setting, Musee Jacquemart-Andre.

After lunch at the pleasant cafe in the museum, we took a leisurely tour of what was a highlight from my Paris trips.

Musee Jacquemart-Andre lives up to and I think supasses its billing as a "magnificent 19th century residence built by Edouard Andre and his wife Nelie Jacquemart."

It is a wonderful trip back in time to what is in my opinion the glorious and beautiful era in Paris history, filled with art and furniture from the period, but even more important it really took me back to and shared a special lifestyle few in the history of the world ever were fortunate enough to experience. Highly recommended (food was good too).

Website for the museum is here:
Musee Jacquemart-Andre
so take the visual tour, but as Paul originally recommended years ago and I now heartily agree, find it at 158, bd Haussmann (Metro: Saint-Philippe du Roule or Miromesnil work pretty well), have lunch in the cafe, and enjoy a beautiful Paris treasure.

PS ... Like an insensitive ignoramus I took some fotos (non-flash) in the museum (they don't want you to) until a security guard discreetly and in a pleasant way informed me that was not policy. For that reason I'm only posting a couple of them.

Update: They finally posted some excellent interior photographs for everyone to check out.

Walking through the weekend street markets.

by Herkbert

We wandered around on a Saturday afternoon and came upon an open air market. The vegetables and fruit were fresh and their scents filled the air. While gazing at a stand with fresh strawberries, an older woman who was standing next to us opened her bag and offered my wife and I a berry to taste. It was a lovely gesture and a moment that we remember fondly.


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Address: 32 rue Duperre, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France