Mercure Paris Lafayette

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

7 rue de Trevise, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France
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Satisfaction Poor
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Average
27%
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Poor
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Terrible
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10

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 38% more and rated 27% lower than other 3.5 star hotels

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  • Families50
  • Couples40
  • Solo38
  • Business16

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city area 75009 to Cligncourt

by xeriscape1

I'd be grateful for directions from area 75009 in Paris to the Cligncourt flea market. I would also welcome directions to any other flea markets which could be recommneded.

Kind regards

M

Re: city area 75009 to Cligncourt

by ATLC

http://www.st-ouen-tourisme.com/uk/marche_aux_puces/presentation.html

Getting there by public transport:
http://www.st-ouen-tourisme.com/uk/marche_aux_puces/infos_pratiques.html

Look at the Metro map at:
http://www.ratp.info/orienter/f_plan.php?loc=reseaux&nompdf=metro&fm=pdf&lang=ang&partenaire=
Or better: print it and take it with you everywhere in Paris.

Take the most convenient metro station near where you are and work out, by following the coloured lines, which metro lines and changes you need to get there. Once you know how this works, you can get just about anywhere in Paris!

Re: city area 75009 to Cligncourt

by Beausoleil

Arrondissement 9 (or area 75009) is a rather large section of Paris. There are many Metro stations there. You would have to tell us which Metro station is nearest to where you are before anyone can give you specific directions.

You can do this yourself by going to the Metro web site and typing in the address where you are starting and where you wish to go. If you click the radio button "station," you can get directions from Metro station to Metro station. http://www.ratp.info/informer/anglais/index.php

Enjoy your trip.

Re: city area 75009 to Cligncourt

by Roadquill

The metro stop at the end of line 4 is Port de Clignancourt. Once you get out of the metro, head away from the City center and under the Periphique (the raised road that encircles Paris). The Puches flea market is on the other side. The area surrounding the metro stop is not a great area. There seemed to be a lot of immigrants around with being at a job. Although I did see the classic pea under the cup scam being run. Karl

Travel Tips for Paris

Paris in A Basket

by TheWanderingCamel

I just love browsing around markets where people do their every day shopping - and Paris has some fabulous ones The colours and smells - cheese sellers with their mountains of wheels, pyramids, boxes, discs of every size and flavour; the freshest fish and shellfish gleaming on their bed of ice and salt; chacuterie - sausages and pates galore; mountains of gorgeous fruit and vegetables; tubs of olives from the south; pungent bundles of herbs; all the colours of the rainbow stacked high on a flower stall; the hustle and bustle - vendors calling out, purposeful housewives critically eyeing the produce - the atmosphere is amazing and so far removed from the studied quiet of a museum or art gallery, the tawdry souvenir sellers and rows of blankets all laid out with the same things to tempt the crowds of tourists at places like the Eiffel Tower or Sacre Coeur.
The open air ones with their striped awnings are my favourites, but there are some great covered markets too. No visit to Paris is complete without visiting two or three. This book, 'Paris in a Basket", is all about those wonderful markets. From the 1st to the 20th Arrondissement, it takes you on a tour of the best with maps; daily schedules; addresses; fish, cheese and meat charts; masses of lovely photos and recipes to bring the taste of it all home with you. It's almost as good as the real thing - it certainly will take you back there.

leyle

''Paris in a Basket" - Nicole Aimee Meyer and Amanda Pilar Smith.
Pun: Konemann, 2000
ISBN: 3-8290-44624-3

Disneyland Paris

by 80-bettyboo

Most of the people I know think that I'm crazy , Cause it was our last day in Paris and we couldn't have seen Louvre Museum yet..We had to chooce one of them and I chosed Disneyland cause it was my dream to go to Disneyland . I'm glad to see choose ..
You know I have always best reason to go back that city... I still remember how much I enjoyed , I was like a child ,hanging around, rushing one to anohter place...

The Louvre. Most sections are...

by funnyl

The Louvre. Most sections are open until 9:45pm on Wednesdays so we got to see more..even for someone like me who is clueless about art, the Louvre is so awesome you cant help but stare at the beauty on the walls

Artists Everywhere!

by mrclay2000

In many of the main tourist spots you'll find street artists who will doodle your likeness for a price. Many of them have caricatures on easels showing their humorous abilities, but others have definite quality. I've seen many in progress that were near-perfect renditions of their subjects. Prices are negotiable, but sittings might require more time than you wished to spend.

For the summer...

by joits

The airport sucks, so make sure you have luggage thats easy to move around... which means wheels! Especially since you most likely have to take a bus from one terminal to another to catch the RER. Comfortable shoes cos you do a lot of walking! Weather gear... bring a light rain jacket. One minute its blazing hot, then all of a sudden... its pouring rain! Please bring deodorant! Being crammed in a metro station with a bunch of people really showed how many people weren't using it. Gee... amazing sights... do you bring a camera? Hmm.... what do you thiink... hehe. Bring some sort of converter for your electronics if you come from another country. Bring a travel guide to Paris. Don't worry about looking like the tourist... in the summer, Paris is full of tourists. The smart ones have travel guides...

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 Mercure Paris Lafayette

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Address: 7 rue de Trevise, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France