- Reviews: 281
I have tried Youth Hostel and...
I have tried Youth Hostel and a hotel near te Gare du Nord. Even though Gard du Nord is not a pleasant place to hang out and stroll at nighttime, if you are travelling by Train it is a very convenient place to stay.
- Reviews: 9
if you want to stay in a...
if you want to stay in a hotel you can choose Concorde de Lafayette or Meridien Etoile Hotel.
Concord de lafayetta has a beautiful scenery. You can see all of the paris when look at to outside from room's window.Comfortable. You can reach Champs Elysees in average 10 minutes on foot. there you can go on a walk and shopping.
- Reviews: 2815
Private ;-): A room with a view
A room with a view like we had in Quartier Latin. Unfortunately the guy who let us live here moved away a while ago...
Lots of space on the floor for your matelas pneumatiques.... ;-)
No can opener
Not even a window opener ;-)
Short distances - The bathroom is the kitchen is the entrance hall ;)
A view to die for!
Adventures on the way to the toilet and when sneaking out without the concierge noticing!
A lift like in the Rocky Horror Picture Show :)
- Reviews: 2967
Hotel Dragon & Hotel Londres Saint Honoré: Bed & Breakfast, Anyone?
Saving on hotel accommodations means you can spend your money on the other important things such as sightseeing, food, shopping, and then even more delicious French food! So, for the savvy BUDGET CONSCIOUS traveler, you may wish to check out this list. I've never stayed in these places before but my friends have and came home with great tales to tell.
(1) Fancy a night in a romantic canopy bed? Then Hotel Dragon it is... If you can, try and ask for room #35 or if it's already occupied, ask for rooms facing the front - for they are the brightest in this quaint 17th-century hotel.
There's a lovely interior patio and stone-cased stairs. Most have bathrooms and rooms with no showers or toilets are cheaper. Oh, and there's cable TV (with CNN) available at this hotel too.
Métro: St. Germain des Prés (6th Arondissement).
Rates: 430F/66EUR single;
Address: 36, rue Dragon.
(2) The wonderful and charming Hotel Londres Saint Honoré. This is a five-storey 18th-century hotel with rooms that are quite large (yes, in Paris), nicely furnished and carpeted. All rooms are soundproofed, cable TV (with CNN) and have minibars and hair driers (very important!). You'll find Reception Desk on the first floor.... not on the ground level.
Métro: Tuileries (Near the Louvre in the 1st Arondissement)
single; 550-615F/78-94EUR double;
Address: 13, rue Saint-Roch
Contact: Tel: 0142601562.
- Reviews: 250
Stayed at a University...
Stayed at a University residence....hey, we were there for 1.5 months afterall!
It's about 400 CDN per month.
It's cheap! You get to meet a lot of students too! It's also right by the metro so transportation is relatively convenient.
- Reviews: 1521
Hotel Star. We stay here just...
Hotel Star. We stay here just for one day, and it was OK!
We booked a complete offer. Driving to Paris with the Bus and one night at this hotel for just 100 DM !
- Reviews: 58
for a nice and good hotel, it...
for a nice and good hotel, it will cost you min. 800FF/night for a double room... you can find cheaper places, but I don't recommend hotels cheaper than 400FF/night... if you find one that is ok, please inform me!!!
- Reviews: 72
If you are staying a week,...
If you are staying a week, rent an apartment! For our 1994 trip, we rented an efficiency apartment through Rent A Home International (you can located them on the web). Our apartment was on the fourth floor of a building apparently populated by normal French people-- i.e. not a tourist building. We were on a small side street on the Right Bank, a few blocks from the Louvre.
We paid less than $1000 for 7 nights. We also saved a lot of money on food!
Our apartment was just fine for a couple with a toddler. We had one large room-- living room/dining room/bedroom, a small kitchen and bathroom facilities (the toilet and shower were on opposite sides of the apartment!). We shopped at the local market street and ate breakfast in our apartment each morning-- as well as several dinners. Most of the restaurants are not well equipped for a small child (or a stroller).
- Reviews: 155
Stayed at the Le Royale,a 3/4...
Stayed at the Le Royale,a 3/4 star hotel in Montparnasse-loved the location,right in the middle of the action,lots of cafes,youngsters,and parties all the time!
Right next to a University,lots of youngsters.
- Reviews: 1677
Hotel Lafayette: We stayed at Hotel Lafayette
We paid 240 FF for a fairly plain but nice double room with an en-suite
It wasn't in the centre of town but it was a great place to stay. Nice, quiet and clean...probably one of the better hotels we stayed in. The guy looking after the place was nice and helpful too. :)
- Reviews: 38
Hotel InterContinental: Hotel InterContinental
It is a great location. It is right up the street from the Ritz but with much cheaper prices. It is in walking distance to the Champs D'Lycees (sp) and the Louvre. Almost every room has a park view or an Eiffel Tour view.
- Reviews: 102
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Within the Périphérique, which is the beltway that encircles Paris, any point in the city is within a thousand meters of a Métro station. Thus, in theory, you could stay in any district and get around easily. We have stayed in various geographic areas in Paris and can share these thoughts.
The Meridien Porte Maillot, which I would recommend, is a very large hotel near the Palais de Congres and the Arc de Triomphe. It is near the edge of the city, which makes it a very long walk from most places, but it is an easy departure point for the airport. It is also just steps away from Ballon des Ternes, one of our favorite restaurants. The bus for CDG airport leaves from in front of the Meridien, which is a wonderful convenience and Hertz car rental was right next door.
The Mercure chain is reasonably priced, very dependable in comfort and amenities and easy to book. Whenever we have been touring away from Paris and have returned without a reservation, the Mercure has always found us a room. There are Mercure hotels in various locations in Paris.
Our favorite locations are the Ile St. Louis and Latour -Maubourg, which we call the American Sector (The American University is there). There are many small hotels in this area near the Eiffel Tower and Les Invalides (which houses the tomb of Napoleon I) and it is quiet. This is a prime consideration since a good night’s sleep is my primary requirement of a Paris hotel. There are also many nice quiet restaurants nearby.
The guidebooks and the experts advise against the expense of breakfast at your hotel but I disagree. This is a convenience and a luxury that adds to the trip and starts the day right. Most small Parisian hotels take extreme pride in serving the morning café au lait.
- Reviews: 156
I lived in home-stay when I visited Paris. The host is an Korean, and the room is in a apartment locating a littile bit far away from center. 100F a day, including breakfast and dinner. Since he's Korean, almost all stayers are Korean students :). An Chinese lady cooks there, providing Chinese and Korean foods.
It's a really cheap and good place.
(I will post the contact address if I can find ^^)
One of my friend lived in the Youth Hotel of Paris. 160F a day. She said it's also very nice there, especially the building itself, very attractive :).
- Reviews: 392
The two hotels, I have stayed...
The two hotels, I have stayed in Paris, were good and comfortable. On my first visit, in June of 1985, me and friend stayed at the hotel 'Les Trois Couronnes', the second time in April of 1992, I stayed by myself on a single room at the 'Hotel Molay'.
We paid, at that time, less than $60.00 a night for a room with two twin beds, at 'Les Trois Couronnes' hotel, (mind you, this was fifteen years ago!) it may cost around just over $100.00 for two people today, which still isn't bad. Hotel Molay, I paid around $82.00 a night for myself. It is a great little hotel, and I think a very good price for Paris. This a picture of my room at Hotel Molay, with a nice window, to look at the outside, it was on the 4th floor, and it did have an elevator.
Both of these hotels were three stars hotels, with cable color TV, private bathroom, (no swimming pool or restaurant). Very nice, clean and comfortable.
- Reviews: 38
At Disneyland we stayed in the...
At Disneyland we stayed in the Hotel Cheyenne. It's one of the cheaper hotels, but very authentic. It was a small Western village. Our house name was Bufallo Bill. Dark wood everywhere, Indian artifacts, a corral. The room itself was of medium size. 1 double bed, 1 set of bunk beds - all authentic Western-style (with a cowboy boot lamp!!) Made you feel that you should have your hat, boots and spurs on!
Each themed compound has it's own themed restaraunt, bar and shops.
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