Pavillon De Paris

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

7 Rue de Parme, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France
Clarion Collection Hotel Opera Pavillon
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Good For Families
  • Families100
  • Couples75
  • Solo50
  • Business50

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Travel with young child from CDG to city and Sport

by yorkshire1


I am coming to Paris with my son who is 7 will be his 8th birthday on the trip.
I have 3 questions.

1. We are arriving at 20:00 on a tuesday night in early december and we are staying in rue Notre Dame de Lorette, 75009 Paris what is the best and not so expensive way to get to our hotel i see shared shuttles are about 18 euros each? we are only staying for 3 days so wont have lots of luggage but didnt wont to do a lot of walking with him.

2. Any idea if there are any xmas markets in early december in paris

3. finally sport any idea of anything in paris worth looking into as we both love ice hockey, rugby and football.


Jeff & Elliott

Re: Travel with young child from CDG to city and Sport

by nomad7890

Should be able to take the metro - look at, click on the English tab. Check the ratp site for the tourist day tickets you purchase - I think they're good for a set 24 hour period. If you enter the address of your hotel you will get a detailed routing in the ratp site.

As far as the exit for your metro, you can always plug in the address in Google maps and you'll see the exit. You can even take the little orange dude on the upper left of Google maps, place him on the street if the street gets outlined in blue when you "pick" him up, and take a peek around the area of the hotel- my grandson loved doing this to check out Manchester stadium.

Re: Travel with young child from CDG to city and Sport

by henry14

A couple of years ago, we did a stadium tour of the Stade de France which my football mad then-teenager enjoyed (probably because half of his beloved Arsenal were French at that time!) link:

From the home page it looks like there is also a rugby match being played on 5th Dec.

Travel Tips for Paris

see as much as you can!!!Paris...

by soricel

see as much as you can!!!Paris is very big and you'll never be able to see it all.But you must visit Sacre-Coeur, Notre-Dame , Louvre Museum and 'La Pyramide du Louvre' ( the architecture)which are in front of the museum , the Eiffel Tour.If you have time go for a walk on Champs Elysees.At the and of this beautiful strre you'll find L'Arc de Triomphe.The Opera is also a wonderful builing , having a great architecture.


by neopetsfan

See Ariel the little mermaid, see was the first film I saw in the theater!

Underground in the Louvre

by Klod5

L'escalier en colimaçon, spectaculaire, à l'intérieur du Louvre, sous la pyramide, vous permet d'accéder à un centre commercial souterrain. Vous y trouverez toutes les cartes postales des oeuvres exposées dans le musée (où l'utilisation des appareils photos est strictement réglementée), de nombreux livres d'art, des CD-roms et des souvenirs pour touristes.
A bas de l'escalier sont situés les entrées principales pour le musée. The spiral staircase, spectacular, inside the Louvre, under the pyramid, permits you to reach an underground shopping mall. You will find all post cards of the works exposed in the museum there (where the use of the cameras is regulated strictly), many books of art, the CD-ROM and memories for tourists.
To bottom of the staircase are situated the main entries for the museum.

Napoleon and Recife:

by flaviod

Napoleon and Recife:
Don’t think I’m crazy: I’m Napoleon Bonaparte. Noooo, I’m not :). Did you know that Napoleon before runaway to ELBA wanted to come to Recife and found here a Republic? No I’m not crazy, will I have to prove?

Bibliotheque Nationale - if you have a little time

by nessa_jack

I went to Paris with a friend who is studying architecture, I wasn't too fussed on seeing the bibliotheque but seeing as we were staying in the 12th district very close to Bercy we went for a look. The buildings are huge and make impressive photos, we went in the evening so not sure what it's like in the daytime but it's something a little different from the usual sites in paris.


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