Logis De France Britannia

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

24, rue d'Amsterdam, 09 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France
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Rated 12% lower than similarly priced 2 star hotels

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  • Families63
  • Couples57
  • Solo33
  • Business50

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Walking from Anatole Metro to Marriott Courtyard

by seiberlb

Can I get walking directions from Anatole France Metro station to Marriott Courtyard?

Re: Walking from Anatole Metro to Marriott Courtyard

by pedroswift

Have Google Earth installed on your computer, find either the M Hotel or the station. Increase the scale of the map until it fits the page. It will show street names. Print the map...happy trails

Re: Walking from Anatole Metro to Marriott Courtyard

by Beausoleil

http://maps.google.com/

There are several Marriot Courtyards and I'm assuming you mean the one at 58 rue Victor Hugo since it's near the Anatole France Metro station.

Leave the station and head northwest on rue Anatole France toward Place General LeClerc. Turn left on rue Voltaire, then, turn right onto rue de Villiers. Turn left on rue de Lesseps and finally turn right onto rue Victor Hugo to the hotel. It's about a half mile.

I strongly suggest you use the above web site and print out a little map of the area.

Re: Walking from Anatole Metro to Marriott Courtyard

by pfsmalo

Which Marriot Courtyard are you talking about ? I can see at least 3.

Travel Tips for Paris

Seeing the real Paris that I knew living there

by schnezana

The Louvre! It is the single most important museum in the world. It contains a spectacular collection of art to rival that on any continent. More important than the Prado (Madrid), and certainly more important than any in America.

Maison Européenne de la Photographie, whos mission is to collect and preserve a permanent collection of more than 12,000 international prints. Emphasis is on works from the 1950s to the present. And it hosts temporary exhibitis from the likes of Cartier- Bresson, Paul Strand, and Pierre & Gilles. Situated in the Marais, in the beautifully restored Hôtel Hénault de Cantobre at 82 rue François-Miron, 4th (01 44 78 75 00) CHOCOLAT! ( In a word, If you like two words), PAIN CHOCOLAT!

I know it can be intimidating to walk into an upscale chocolatier in Paris. Not so at Denise Acabo/A l'Étoile d'Or. She will be the lady dressed in the pleated skirt and wearing her hair in long blond braids! The chocolates are gathered from artisans throughout France, and believe me she knows every one of them and how they are made and probably where they get the ingredients. 30 rue Fontaine, 9th (01 48 74 59 55)

A secret vew I found on the way to the loo (WC) in the department store La Samaritaine (on the right bank across from the Point Neuf. Take one of the center elevators to the 9th floor besides a souvenir stand and the toilets is a staircase leading to an outdoor dining terrace, where if you look carefully, you'll see a tiny corkscrew stairway taht looks like something from Captain Nemo's submarine. It leads to a circular viewing platform bordered by a railing inlaid with a map (to scale!) labeling every one of the monuments you see before you. Take along your Michelin! You will want to stay forever. PLEASE BE POLITE AND DO BUY SOMETHING AND CARY THE SAMARITAINE BAG ALONG WITH YOU.

Voulez-vous visiter le Quartier Chinois avec moi?

by Confucius

The Chinatown in Paris extends from Tolbiac Metro Station southeast to Porte d'Ivry. It's difficult to find a dim sum restaurant, and many of the remaining Chinese restaurants in this area are closed between lunch and dinner. There is actually a cheap Chinese hotel in this neighborhood, so one could possibly choose accomodations amidst the Asian stores and restaurants. (Hotel Le Baron: 76, Avenue de Choisy, 75013 PARIS 33.1 45 85 33 33)
However I truly didn't find any outstanding restaurants here worth recommending. They all seem to have similar menus and the prices range from about 6 - 8 Euros for the same dish. This is a good place to buy a few groceries if your hotel room has a refrigerator. I found myself trying various exotic fruit juices at small shops on almost every block. There are a couple of large supermarkets here as well, if you want more than just lychee juice and durian wafer cookies. How about a Chinese McDonald's in Paris? Isn't that neat? That's my fondest memory of Paris Chinatown!
One phenomena I observed is that a lot of the Chinese restaurants around here are actually Vietnamese with a Chinese name. You have to search around for authentic Cantonese or northern Chinese cuisine. I expected to see more Vietnamese restaurants than Chinese, so it wasn't really a major disappointment. I finally ended up eating at a Chinese restaurant called "Hao Hao" near McDonalds (23 Avenue de Choisy) only because they were one of the few restaurants still open between lunch and dinner.
I only went to Chinatown once during my brief 4 day stay in Paris, and during the other days enjoyed Chinese meals elsewhere in the city. I can't think of any other reasons to visit Chinatown beyond eating and shopping, and I didn't do much of either activity during the day that I went there.
I've heard about a smaller second Chinatown in Paris located at the northern district of Belleville in the 19th Arrondissement but I'm saving that one for my next trip to Paris!

Paris Tip

by houba

On the 24th of may 2001the water in the Seine was very high, the road aside the seine was closed and a part of the Ile de la Cite was under water. I heard that the some days later the water was even higher.

Ready (usually) when you are

by goodfish

This odd-looking pod is a Sanisette or what I affectionately call a RoboLoo. They scare the hell out of me here in the states and they scared the hell out of me in Paris but they're awfully nice when you have to go NOW. Anyone with a very small boy knows what I mean. They're also great for people who use a wheelchair or can't climb stairs as they're fully handicap accessible. Best of all? They're free and always clean. Yessiree. Just enter, do your business, wash, exit, and the thing locks down and cleans itself. There are about 400 of these autopotties around Paris and you can find their locations here:

http://www.paris.fr/portail/pratique/Portal.lut?page_id=8938&document_type_id=4&document_id=59613&portlet_id=21141

And you can find a photo of the operating panel and a brief description on how they work here:

http://www.atkielski.com/PhotoGallery/Paris/General/SanisettePanelSmall.html

(Thanks to both resources I borrowed from!)

Be aware: these should never be used unassisted by children aged 10 or under, and most are not in service from around 10:00 PM until early morning. They also automatically open after about 20 minutes, if you haven't already made your getaway, so don't bring the newspaper for a nice, long sit.

Tour de France

by hoofhearted

The Tour de France, the world's most famous cycling event! Now, we're not professional (or even active) cyclists. But, to be in Paris on the final day of the Tour is just electric. We decided to spend the day on the Champs Elysee and were rewarded with the sights and sounds of a "Super Bowl" type event. Germans, French, Dutch, Americans, we were all there for the final suffering kilometers of these great athletes. A baguette, sliced cheese, ham and a nice '92 Merlot. Most of these supplies can be found at any corner market and the restaurants on the Champs will provide the vino!

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Address: 24, rue d'Amsterdam, 09 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France