Lyon Bastille Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

3 Rue Parrot, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75012, France
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  • Families100
  • Couples78
  • Solo100
  • Business66

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Hotel Lyon Bastille

by sinead2

Hello...what sights of Paris are within walking distance of this hotel? Any other comments regarding the hotel are most welcome. Thank you very much in advance for your input.

RE: RE: Hotel Lyon Bastille

by CALSF

We stayed in the 7th dist. (on the St. Germain border) and walked from there to Invalides and from Invalides to the Champs Elysees until we got to Etoile. Was very tired by then and we ended up taking a taxi back to the hotel after we ate lunch.

Luggage storage

by nilin

Dear Friends,

I'm going to Venice via Paris (CDG Airport) on 29th Oct 2010 & will come back to Paris on 31st Oct 2010.

Do you know any hotel which can provide me luggage storage facility).

I tried with the luggage storage facility availble on the airport but couldn't get their reply. I've also send email to 1 private company which provides the same facility but no concrete feedback from them.

Please note i've to catch flight to London from CDG, so it would be better if hotel is near airport?

Thanks & regards
Nilin

Re: Luggage storage

by GrumpyDiver

Just about every hotel I have ever stayed at had some luggage storage facility. The larger ones often have a luggage storage room, and I have used them exactly in the same way that you intend to. Some hotels do have limited space an hold the luggage near the front desk. While this may be appropriate for short-term storage, I would not want to use this arrangement for more than a few hours.

I would contact the hotel itself to see what their arrangements / contraints are.

Re: Luggage storage

by johngayton

Are you going to be staying at a hotel on either (or both) your outward or inward journeys? If not then follow pedmar's advice regarding baggages at the airport. If so then you'll have no problems with leaving your luggage at the hotel.

Re: Luggage storage

by propylene

Hello!
I think most of the hotels have a laggage storage facility, for guys like you :)
But I don't want to make a mistake, so I'd just advise you the Hotel Lyon Bastille. It's clean and cosy. The hotel is located newt to Gare de Lyon station ( so you will be able to go to CDG easily, or just travel in Paris ) !
Hoping you will find what you are looking for ;)

Re: Luggage storage

by pfsmalo

I can confirm the use of the luggage facilities at Terminal 2 CDG. It is called Bagages du Monde and the prices and phone nos. Pedro gives above are exact. I used their facilities twice in and out of CDG just a couple of weeks ago, for a few hours. Situated just above the main SNCF ticket office (2 floors up by escalator) and is open from 6.00 to 21.30. http://www.bagagesdumonde.com/agences.php?s=rencontrer&id=12

Travel Tips for Paris

visit the Arc de Triomphe -...

by zys1

visit the Arc de Triomphe - located at the tip of Champs Elysees Boulevard where 12 avenues converge. Do take the elevators up to the roof top where you can enjoy a spectacular view of Paris!

Napolean had a great plan only 15 years in power, this came to fruition after his death, what an amazing feat of architecture. I breathe the Romantic Air on the top of Eiffel Tower,
Look down the whole Romantic city,
Paris was a dream come true for me... ...

Restrooms on the go!

by BeatChick

Always use every opportunity to use the available bathrooms in Paris - you never know where your next chance may come. Too many times I'd stop at a little cafe for a cup of cafe with the intent of using the ladies' when I was finished and then would pay the bill and leave. I wasted more money that way! That's why I carry a list of McDonald's in Paris - they provide clean, free, available facilities.

Please note there are restrooms by the Charlemagne statue on the Place du Parvis Nôtre Dame and also in the Jardin du Luxembourg near the Médici fountain (on the east side of the garden). You'll pay a small fee to the attendant for use of the toilette.

Also, there are sanisettes throughout the city. These are self-cleaning and very sanitary. Please be advised that once you open the door to leave, the sanisette will start to clean itself so you'll need to move quickly or otherwise risk being sprayed with a ton of water! SANISETTES ARE NOW FREE IN PARIS! Please see website below for locations throughout the city.
I saw them at:
149 Bd St-Germain (near St-Germain)
Place de la Bourse
Rue de Belleville

The other alternative is to go into a nearby bar (there's always one somewhere on the block!). Use the facilities (usually downstairs in le cave), buy a drink then move on.

One time I tried using the outdoor facilities that were by Sacré-Cœur but the doors on every one of them were jammed from vandalism. Oy vey! But the best places to use les toilettes are inside the Ritzy (pun intended) hotels as they are super nice. The one in the Ritz has wooden tray on the table with perfume and other toiletries items a woman might need.

We have a joke in our household where we call toilet paper, papier de toilette. I noticed the sign on the inside of a sanisette that calls it Papier Hygiénique so (you know me) I had to take a photo! I guess we'll be calling it that instead from now on. ;)

Photos: Feb 2006 & Nov 2007

First of May: also day of Lily of the Valley

by kokoryko

In Paris (and elsewhere in France), first of May is a public holiday, and that day, many people spend a part of it in the streets. Some go to the traditional 1st of May demonstration, organised by the trade unions and left political parties, other spend it selling and purchasing lily of the valley.
Offering a sprig of lily of the valley on the first of May is supposed to offer happiness, and this old tradition of offering these white bell shaped flowers dates back to 1561 when French King Charles IX established the tradition to offer lilies of the valley to the ladies of the court (website).
It is a bit strange to see this flower linked to the first of may nowadays, day of the strikes in USA, in 1886, leading to the recognition of a worker’s day, on first of may.
The Paris demonstrations do not go without lilies of the valley, the workers began that tradition in 1907, and they had a red triangle associated with the lily, a triangle symbolising the division of the day in three parts of 8 hours, of which, one part was dedicated to work! (Yes, in 1907, it was asked to work 8 hours a day, the French red established this in 1936, whilst the worker’s paradise, far east was far from that!).
Today, if you visit Paris on a first of May, you will see hundreds of street vendors proposing you a little bit of happiness; a French tradition.
I find these littles flowers rather expensive; after four in the afternoon, the prices begin to lower. . . ..But the real thing is to have them in the morning:))
I took the photographs on May 1st 2009, in the eastern area of Paris.

An Old Local Custom

by lmkluque

Identifying markers at the door. 1416, such a long time ago. There is nothing in the USA, but geographical landmarks, that are as old as this building. You can imagine how impressed I was each time I realized how old some of the building of Paris were, that they were still standing and that I was able to see them.

Caged Nature

by mickebear

This one of the biggest libraries in the world is a cold architectural monument commanded by the past French President François Mitterand.

Impressive in its size, it also manages to cage nature: inside the courtyard you can see pines transplanted from the Vosges, at the side to the east, you find another type of cages, this time buxus that is neatly presented.

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Address: 3 Rue Parrot, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75012, France