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  • Stefan27 profile photo Stefan27
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It is always nice if you know...

It is always nice if you know somebody in a city like this ;-) I had this good luck - and I was able to stay there!!! A nice parisien appartement, 5th floor and pritty need. It was in the 4th Arrondiement one street away from Rue saint denise (a street were a lot of women with 'a few' make up are standing in line).

A friends place is always a place with unique Qualities!!! Because a friend is there!

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  • Written August 24, 2002

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  • nusigma profile photo nusigma
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My son and I stayed at the...

My son and I stayed at the Best Western La Opera for four dys before joining our tour, the hotel was located very centrally and accessible by bus, taxi and the metro.
We paid $89.00 for every night which is reasonable, since it was by the time that the World Football championships were being held in Paris, and hotels were not available. A close friend working in American Airlines obtained the hotel and the price.

Employees were great we had spanish speaking employees and all services at the restaurant were excellent.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written August 24, 2002

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Residence Monge

Most recently we stayed in Hotel Residence Monge. It is, not surprisingly, on rue Monge. It is a 2 star hotel but is one of the nicest I have stayed in.
Around 650 francs per room per night. Breakfast is not included.

The hotel staff are very friendly and helpful. They are always cleaning and the place is spotless. The view out the back is of the Arene du Lutece, an ancient Roman amphitheatre. You can watch the locals play petanque or the schoolchildren stop for a quick game of footie on their way to class. It is very quiet but expect to pay a little more for these rooms.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written August 24, 2002

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  • masegal profile photo masegal
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Lux Hotel Picpus or Agate...

Lux Hotel Picpus or Agate Hotel
Lux Hotel Picpus FF 270-330 for 2 persons, also triples and quads
Agate Hotel FF350-430 for 2 persons

Near trendy new neighborhood and great price since off the beaten track (FF415!) for a quad. Agate Hotel nearby also looks great. Near Metro with many lines. Picpus is across from garden and Agate has its own garden.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written August 24, 2002

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  • Reviews: 6

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A good Hotel, preferable a 6...

A good Hotel, preferable a 6 star one like the one i stayed in.

Price was quite reasonable.
There were a number of facilities such as the pool which i visited and gyms and spas. They were great.
And the view...... well it was superb.

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  • Written August 24, 2002

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  • margaux profile photo margaux
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Most of the times we have had...

Most of the times we have had a hotel in the 5th district. Cheap and no dangers whatsoever.
Once we stayed at the campground, but in summer it is very crowdy there and little space. But it's in the center, so you can easily walk or take the metro.
Prices have gone up, but with some searching, you can find a nice hotel with a small room and a breakfast for EUR30 per person per night.

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  • Written August 24, 2002

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  • LeeParis profile photo LeeParis
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For charm and very tiny rooms...

For charm and very tiny rooms (!) choose the Hotel Saint Louis. This 17th (or is it 16th?) century building is on the little island in the Seine, the Ile Saint Louis. I don't know if Denis still works there, but he was simply wonderful. The breakfast room, way down the stairs, is great. Stone arches overhead, with lovely croissants and baguettes on the tables. Ah....
On my second trip, I stayed in the much more ordinary Hotel Magendie, which is in the 13th arondissment. Still, it's Paris...and the breakfast room, though ordinary, had delectable croissants and pain au chocolat!
The Hotel Saint Louis is a bit pricey although not as bad as the other two hotels I know of on the Ile Saint Louis. The location makes it expensive.

The Hotel Magendie is cheaper...less charm, and not right in the heart of Paris. Still, it wasn't a long walk to the Glaciere metro stop. From there, I got around quite nicely.

The Hotel Saint Louis is a hop, skip, and a jump from Notre Dame cathedral and the rest of the Ile de la Cite sites.

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  • Written August 24, 2002

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