Mercure Paris Arc de Triomphe Etoile

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

27 avenue des Ternes, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75017, France

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    Great location and clean

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    Check-in and check-out were fast. I spent two nights only and I was out most of the time so I guess I need to stay there again to be able to rate this hotel objectively.

    Unique Quality: Next to the hotel are shops, bakery, coffee shops and the Champs d'Elysees is just a corner away. My room was quiet and was kept clean. Nice tea (and coffee) available in the room. Slippers too.

    Directions: Metro line 2, Ternes

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Forum Posts

paris to airport

by nomadNY

hello! what is the cheapest way to charles de gaulle from arrindesmont 6?


merci

Re: paris to airport

by ATLC

The 6th arrondissement? Maybe you could add an address or street name :-)

Re: paris to airport

by GrumpyDiver

Public transport - RER commuter train and then connect to the Metro. I believe the price went up to Euro 8.70 each for the trip.

Re: paris to airport

by Beausoleil

To go from Arrondissement 6 to CDG, take the Metro or walk to the St. Michel RER station. From there take RER-B line to the airport.

If you will tell us your starting station, we'll give specific directions. There are also buses and shuttles to the airport but I suspect the Metro-RER connection might be cheapest.

Here are two web sites to explore.
http://www.ratp.info/informer/anglais/index.php
http://www.toandfromtheairport.com/paris.html

Enjoy your visit.

Re: paris to airport

by nomadNY

thanks all! i am near the luxemourg stop on the B. i just wanted to make sure it was reliable. also, how much time should i allow to travel from luxembourg B to the airport?

merci!

Re: paris to airport

by nomadNY

merci beacoup!

Travel Tips for Paris

Eiffel hopping

by alycat

Going to the top of the Eiffel Tower is a must-do in Paris. It is an architectural masterpiece. The first level has a restaurant and a museum. There is another restaurant on the second level and the third floor offers an incredible view.

It is hard to get tickets, you have to wait in a long line for that, but the views from top level proved to be well worth the wait. I can still recapture the feeling of standing on the top of the tower in the gentle breeze looking at the city. It was an awesome experience, something everyone should do once.

You can buy tickets using your redit or debit card, if you are not carryin French currency, you know the rush to see the Eiffel!!

France - aincient history

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

The history of France can be divided into the following periods. The most ancient period concerns to times of celts, who come here from East Europe and formed Gallia. Then in the beginning of our era Julius Caesar submits Gallia and includes it in the structure of Roman empire. After disintegration of Empire 4 centuries of board of dynasty Merovings follow. They formed first Franks state . It happened approximately in 400 - 750. Karolings operated the country - from 751 till 987.

Arc de Triomphe

by Kodi01

I like to see the major tourist attractions.
Commissioned in 1806 by Napoleon, shortly after his victory at Austerlitz, it was not finished until 1836.
There are four huge relief sculptures at the bases of the four pillars. Every moment in Paris is memorable....too many to chose.

Boules

by rexvaughan

I think this is basically a French game but with obvious variations in other places. It is like a form of bowling except you can toss the ball a long way if you want. I think the guy on the right (in the main photo) is disappointed in this point. Looks like the guy on the right in the second photo is on his cell phone. Either that or he has an ear ache! This game was in the Place des Etats-Unis but they are everywhere these guys can find a bare patch in a park. Maybe next time I will ask if I can join. I did notice in this game there were women and people from non-European ethnic origins - another form of egalite and fraternity.

My first winter

by BeeTea

Pack lightly. During winter we don't sweat and don't need to change cloth very often. Metro stations are occasionally with escalator so prepare to take you luggage up and down by stairs. Rolling suitcase is a better option. I usually wear 3 - 5 layers : T-shirt, light long shirts, sweater or light jacket, & winter coat. It's better if you wear black, just like the Parisian do.
Wear only water proof jacket or coat. Also wear that can protect you from wind, don't wear knit-sweater only. You'll still feel the wind chill. Also wear only shoes that can keep your foot warm, for example leather boots, if necessary wear double socks.
Also bring : hat, scarf, glove, long underpants. In the place where I come from, I live in humid and hot weather every day. In winter my skin become very dry, so don't forget to bring oil for dry skin or a good moisturizer.
Bring your medicine, and also instant hot drink like ginger or tea. Tea in Paris is awful. So better bring one from home. Bring your camera and huge capacity of memory card.

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Address: 27 avenue des Ternes, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75017, France