Panorama Hotel Paris

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

9, rue des Messageries, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75010, France
Eurostars Panorama Hotel
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Satisfaction Very Good
Very Good

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Similarly priced and rated as other 3 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families85
  • Couples76
  • Solo81
  • Business66

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Dress attire for men

by menkerud

Moulan Rouge travelling overseas - does the theatre provide jackets for men or are you expected to bring your own, need to know whether or not to pack one.
cheers Richard

Re: Dress attire for men

by xymmot

Moulan Rouge, a tourist trap indeed. Since you gone so for as to go there, why not bring a jacket with you to carry an extra wallet just in case. LOL Cheers Tommy x

Re: Dress attire for men

by xymmot

After reading my reply, I'm sorry I feel so rude. Just bring a jacket, it is fashionabel in Paris and it does get chilly in the fall. Cheers Tommy x

Re: Dress attire for men

by leics

You will note from the official Moulin Rouge website that whilst 'elegant attire' is required, a tie and jacket are not necessary.

They do not, of course, provide jackets because they are not essential. But I very much doubt anywhere which had such a rule would provide jackets for clients. A tie perhaps, but not jackets. So I suggest you take on with you if you intend to eat in classier restaurants etc.

Re: Dress attire for men

by goodfish

You might find this review helpful:

As noted, dress is semiformal - no jacket required. As it caters to tourists, I don't find this surprising. I will mention that, having just gotten back from Paris, that the current "uniform" for French gentlemen seems to be a blue or black double-vented suit jacket worn with nice, dark blue jeans, a button-down shirt and a dressy shoe. Not that you need to do that, of course, as you need to be comfortable attired for LOTS of sightseeing - just a mention. :)

Dress attire for men

by anilpradhanshillong

Was there in late July, 2010. Few suggestions:
1. I wore a jacket (not a formal coat; like a wind cheater) and Nike shoes. No problems.
2. Go at least 2 hrs before start of show. Wife and I stood in line for 1.15 minutes.
3. Carry umbrella or light raincoat. There *may* be a light drizzle.
4. Cameras and video cameras are taken away before you enter ther huge hall. Don't take them.
5. Carry euros along for tipping the usher. If you tip early, you may get a single table for two with a good view. Else, be prepared to share table with other couples/people.
6. Instead of the wine, you may ask for liquor of your choice. I requested for 2 double whiskies and was served.
7. Before the show begins, a lady goes around asking if you wish to be photographed. Take the opportunity for fond remembrances! She gives you two large photos (9"*5" - Lenght*Width), plus two smaller ones. These come in two cute folders. I think I paid 10 or 20 euros. Forgot! Sorry!
8. If you have the money, you may book a table in the balcony. Very elegant. I didn't. Didn't have *that* sort of money!
9. Enjoy!

Travel Tips for Paris

Paris ma belle!

by Minitoe

Well, what can we say that haven't been heard on Paris!!

Nothing much to add here except, great food, great wine and great city to tour for its architecture and sightseeing!!

It's a really stressful town where people can be pretty rude (but don't put all the french people in the same baskets since Paris is another planet in France). Watch out on Boulevard La Pigalle in Montmartre, there's a Red Light district and you can hassle a lot to get in these place where they'll steal your money, litteraly!

In fact, this city is awesome, but you should go there in great company (aka, lover) and they say that in springtime, it's the best time to go! Hot and not crowdy cause during summertime, it gets a lot crowdy!

One last thing, if you ever go there, bring me back some red wines, it's cheap and taste like a "nectar divin".

Cafe au Lait and Wine

by xstacey

There's no better coffee, at that I've had, than a Cafe au Lait in Paris. The thick frothy hot milk - Starbucks has nothin' on the Coffee in Paris!!! So don't dare go to a Starbucks in Paris!

Great cheap Wine! You can get a pitcher or carafe of really good wine and it's cheaper than American soft drinks - so why drink coke when you can enjoy a great glass (or ten) of wine!!!

Top views 2 from Eiffel 2nd floor

by Carmela71

The second floor of the Eifel towers is the best place for photos

10 euros is expensive, but going to the top even if it is not great for photography (stay for that at the second level) deserves with no doubt.

Speaking the language

by Jenniflower

Do yourself a favour and learn to speak (at the very least!) a few lines in French prior to arriving in France.

This will open up your conversation easier with the locals, and they really appreciate it when they see you are trying to speak French.

It can help you alot when ordering food too! The first drink I ordered in French was a Beer Shandy, a 'Panache', and the first food was a pancake with one sugar 'Crepe - uno sucra'... It still makes me smile when I think of this :)

bring comfortable shoes

by 22scootergal

small day pack sturdy comfortable will do lots of walking
I took one pair of comfy running type sneakers and a
good pair of walking sandals--brand name "Born". I
had purchased "Clarks" but prior to the trip found them
uncomfortable. The "Born" sandals were comfortable from
day one. You can find them on the "Net" I happened to
find them at TJ Max. Remember the 3 ounce rule on the airline---its inforced all
over the US and Europe.
If you forget somethng there are Pharmacies all over town. A digital camera is the way to go! I visited in May---I was glad I brought one lightweight sweater and
jacket---evenings and early mornings were cool.


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