PV-Holidays Adagio City Aparthotel Paris XV

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

20 Rue d'Oradour sur Glane, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75015, France
Adagio Paris XV
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62%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
8%
4
Very Good
29%
14
Average
25%
12
Poor
16%
8
Terrible
20%
10

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 26% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Families55
  • Couples66
  • Solo50
  • Business34

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Affordable hotel near Jardin de tuilliers during Fashion Week

by americancliche

Hi,

I'm looking for an afforable hotel, that is still nice and interesting (quirkier the better) for my partner and I to stay during Paris Fashion week this March and October. We need to be near the Jardin the Tuilliers (can't tell if I've spelt that right!) as that is where we will mostly be working.

Thankyou!

Re: Affordable hotel near Jardin de tuilliers during Fashion Week

by Roadquill

This is prime real estate in Paris, so it would help to have an idea of what you mean by affordable. Also, are you comfortable with smaller 2/3 star hotels? There are places by Place Vendome, which is a nice area, but a ten minute walk to the Jardin Tuileries area. Karl

Re: Affordable hotel near Jardin de tuilliers during Fashion Week

by americancliche

Hi sorry, yes a 3 star would be about as low as I think we would go, unless a really very nice 2 star was in the area. The area you mention sounds ok, a little walk is fine, we'd just like not to take the metro!

Re: Affordable hotel near Jardin de tuilliers during Fashion Week

by Beausoleil

Our favorite hotel in that area is the Hotel Clement. You would walk down the rue de Seine, stopping at Paul's Boulangerie for breakfast, to the Seine, over the bridge at the Pont des Arts. through the Louvre courtyard into the Tuileries.

It's only a 2 star but very nice and the staff are friendly and very helpful. Their sister hotel is the Moliere and we haven't stayed there but I assume it is also very nice and perhaps nearer the Tuileries.

Here's the web site for both hotels. http://www.clement-moliere-paris-hotel.com/

Enjoy your stay.

Re: Affordable hotel near Jardin de tuilliers during Fashion Week

by goodfish

Sally, I just took a look at those and the price looks REALLY good for that area and the quality of the rooms. Wow. Hope you write up a tip in this one so I remember these two next we're in Paris? Otherwise you might have to remind me! :)

Re: Affordable hotel near Jardin de tuilliers during Fashion Week

by goodfish

DOH - you DID write a tip!!
So sorry - my eyes breezed right over it.

Re: Affordable hotel near Jardin de tuilliers during Fashion Week

by Beausoleil

;^)

Re: Affordable hotel near Jardin de tuilliers during Fashion Week

by leanneedwards

Have you thought of an apartment??
http://www.vakasys.com/vacation_rentals/Paris/Opera_Louvre_Museum.605/681

We stayed here and loved it.. would definately book again ..Near the Opera
several metro stops it had everything...
I love staying in an apartment so much nicer than getting up and dressed to have coffee in the morning!!

Travel Tips for Paris

Left Luggage facilities at Gare Du Nord

by WardrobeMK

There are handy left luggage lockers (consigne automatique) at the west end of Gare du Nord train station in the basement under the Eurostar mezzanine. Just follow the blue signs with a suitcase on them and go down the stairs.

You have to go through an airport style security check (which is good of course!) with all of your bags, even the ones you're not leaving.

The lockers do not take notes but if you haven't got any coins there are change machines which convert 10, 20 and 50 euro notes into coins.

Pick a locker, close the door and the machine will print out a ticket with a number code (and the number of the locker) on it.

It takes a couple of minutes for the ink to work properly so don't worry, the text will be visible after a while.

It's worth writing the code on a separate piece of paper anyway just in case you loose the ticket as that is the only way to get your bag out.

When you go to get your bag you go through the security again and then simply tap in the numbers on the keypad and door swings open. Be careful not to stand in front of the door if it's at head height, I nearly got a smack on the head as it does open quite fast!

The price for a small locker (big enough for a cabin sized suitcase) for 48 hours is 4 euro (November 2010)

And of course it goes without saying that although the lockers are safe it's worth taking your valuables (like passport, camera etc) with you. Just in case.

Have a meal on the 'Bateau...

by ladyolac

Have a meal on the 'Bateau Mouches'. That's if you can afford it. It's totally romantic and great to eat on a floating restaurant under the Paris Bridges, with live music playing (violins and pianos) and a gorgeous/wealthy man sitting opposite you. :) Cost: 500 french francs/person Standing in front of the Sacre Coeur and looking down over Paris early on a sunny day. You can see all the way out to the outskirts of Paris and this city IS beautiful. Or doingt the same thing at midnight and looking a all the lighted monuments and the city of light from above. You don't have to pay, while you do if you wan to see it from the Eiffel Tower!

La Defense

This business...

by benzerga

La Defense

This business district is like a futuristic universe
where form and content meet in beauty : Active and lively during the day, deathly silent at night. Not just office buildings, but a variety of things to see. Besides the different international trade fairs, exhibitions, concerts or theatrical performances that take place in the CNIT or on the roof of the Arche, you can find a wide variety of restaurants, stores, and outdoor shows. And, for several years, on June 21st, the official Holiday of Music 'Fête de la Musique', La Défense hosts a great music festival that includes all sorts of side shows using light and water.

be respectful & polite

by 22scootergal

Before my trip I had read on this forum to be polite and speak as
much French as you can and the locals will respond in kind.
This was excellent advice. A simple "Excuse Moi" "merci" etc. goes
a long way. I did not find the French to be rude whatsoever and
believe me, I had to ask for help and directions many times. If I
asked politely they were happy to respond even if they did not
speak much English.

~~ Viva La France ~~The one...

by S_R_NAIDU

~~ Viva La France ~~</center

The one thing I learnt was to learn the simple greetings, pharses and a wee bit of French before coming to France...it helps you to get along with some ease. The Parisian is always willing to help... but sometimes you get an 'Oui' or shrug of the shoulders reply. If you speak in English they try to outdo you. I found that fascinating. I also found a good mix of Arabs and Asians ...and you can somehow guess whether they are settled there.
~~ MERCI BEAUCOUP ~~

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Address: 20 Rue d'Oradour sur Glane, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75015, France