Madeleine Haussmann

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

10, rue Pasquier, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75008, France
Madeleine Haussmann Hotel
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Antique shop in the market and "L'Estaminet" café.Antique shop in the market and "L'Estaminet" café.

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transport arrangements

by colsers

Hi again, Thanks for the replies so far on Moulin Rouge, we may give it a miss!
I have a few other questions if that's ok?
We are staying at Hotel Madeleine Haussmann on Rue Pasquier and I am confused by the best way to get there from CDG airport. Does the roissybus stop near the hotel? I believe our hotel is next to La Madeleine and close to Opera. If so would it be feasable to walk with luggage to hotel? We don't mind paying 30 Euro's for taxi for convenience if thats a definite price.
Thanks again for any info.

Re: transport arrangements

by violette_ca


I found it on internet.

- Metro station "Madeleine": 300 m
- RER A "Auber" : 600 m
- Saint-Lazare railway station : 500 m

You can take the RER from CDG airport to metro Chatelet Les Halles and then transfert to take line 14 Madeleine. I'm always with my luggage in the metro and it's o.k.

Take care and have nice trip in Paris :-)

Re: transport arrangements

by violette_ca

Metro map in Paris

Re: transport arrangements


The shuttle stops at Opera, near Rue Scribe. I suggest to reach la Madeleine by the metro or a taxi because the distance to reach your hotel is around 800 meters.

Re: transport arrangements


Hi, the taxi fare is actually between 40 to 45 euro from CDG.

BTW, the Moulin Rouge show is all in fun. You do not go there expecting to see a Tony award winning Broadway show. It's a variety show and if not for dinner it's not so bad actually-my opinion.

Re: Re: transport arrangements

by colsers

Thanks again for all your helpful replies, think we will possibly get Roissybus to Opera then taxi to hotel. Hope we can find the pick up point at airport easily. I tried the link you gave but couldn't get it. I think we arrive at terminal 2f, hopefully the Roissybus is sign posted.

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Use all the French you can. ...

by balderas

Use all the French you can. Some Parisians, especially taxi drivers, hate it if you don't make an effort. One taxi driver said to me and my friends 'it's not so far by foot' ... about our hotel which was 2 hours away by foot! But to be fair, there is also a lot of friendly people who don't blame you for asking questions in English.

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Address: 10, rue Pasquier, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75008, France