Pax Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

47, rue de Trevise, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 44% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Couples81
  • Solo64
  • Business75

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Do you know something about Hotel Pax, rue de Poissonniers?

by mina72

We have a school trip to Paris and we'll sleep at Hotel Pax, 5 rue de Poissoniers. Can someone help me finding what kind of hotel is it? Anything, please!

Re: Do you know something about Hotel Pax, rue de Poissonniers?

by cassiovieggore

I'm not quite sure but I believe I got a Map for your search.
Then you may question how hot is that Hotel's region for instance...
There's a lot of internet connections to Hotel Pax but it's always the same one. And, that one is not located at Rue de Poissonnier

Re: Do you know something about Hotel Pax, rue de Poissonniers?

by cassiovieggore

I'm really vary absent-mindeness nowadays. The link below has the Rue de Poissonnier Map (Paris):
Have a nice trip to France.

Re: Do you know something about Hotel Pax, rue de Poissonniers?

by sahel578

Re: Do you know something about Hotel Pax, rue de Poissonniers?

by MadAboutParis

The last post with the Trip Advisor post is not the same hotel - it's about the one at 47 RUE DE TREVISE Paris, 75009
Here's a link to the one you asked about:

It's a 2-star near Montmartre - and some further searching revealed that this might just be the place:
Maybe they just changed their name to Melba or they are changing it to Pax - you'll have to be surprised!

Have fun,

Re: Do you know something about Hotel Pax, rue de Poissonniers?

by mina72

Thank you all for help. Indeed they change the name to Melba Hotel. I hope everything will be nice.

Travel Tips for Paris


by DPando

There are a lot of places in Paris where you can go. One of the best places is Les champs de Mart and The Tour Eiffel. You can go up to the second floor on food paying a low price, and its amazing. Then on the second floor you must pay for a ticket wich let you ascend by elevator to the top. You can see nearly all this city. Its fabolous. Its a small square with 4 corners and always its full

Les Champs Elyse?s the long avenue between Le Arc du Triomph and La Place de la Concorde. This is a beautifull avenue with a lot of shops, commercial galleries, and flight agencies. A beer is very good in any terrace and enjoy of the sight.

The Louvre museum is impressive. You will need more or less 6 or 7 hours if you want to see all the areas. You can take photos but without flash of course. The price differ almost every day, but generally is cheap.

Old Art Nouveau

by ExGuyParis

The Art Nouveau Marvels of Guimard

Keep an eye open for the beautiful Métro entrances designed by Hector Guimard at the beginning of the 20th century. For a time the Art Nouveau style of these stations was viewed as passé, and many were destroyed in the name of “modernization.” Fortunately, more than 50 survive (often in remote and non-touristy areas).

In 1898, as the Métropolitain was being constructed, a competition was launched for the design of station entrances. Guimard won the competition and construction took place through the turn of the century. When Guimard proposed his design for the Métro entrance in front of the Opéra, it was criticized for not blending with the style of the building. In a huff, Guimard quit his contract and designed no additional stations. This explains the rather unusual classical style of the Opéra Métro station.

Pictured here is the station Palais Royal, next to the Louvre.

For metro fans, a few interesting web pages:
(an amazing page that includes the story behind the name of each Metro station, the history of the Metro, maps, and a link to a route planning guide)
(more on Guimard) The vegetal beauty of these stations has been recognized around the world. The National Gallery in Washington DC displays an original Guimard Métro entrance. The Montréal Canada Métro uses an original Guimard station, donated by the Paris RATP (the transportation organization that runs the Métro).

Dali Espace

by Lilasel


This stunning collection reveals a little known aspect of Salvador Dali's art: the three-dimensional representation of his most famous surrealist images, transformed through his creative genius into sculptures, each a symbol of the philosophical thought of the Catalan Master.
This exhibit demonstrates the empassioned interest in sculpture that accompanied Dali throughout his life and became an important part of his artistic work.


...that illustrate major themes in litterature, mythology, history and religion. Unarguably a master illustrator, Salvador Dali expressed his own surrealist view of these principal poetic and literary themes in this vast collection of works. This aspect of his genius is unequaled by any other artist of the 20th century.

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The French Revolution Continues...

by lmkluque

On the way to Sunday brunch many roads on our route were closed and secured by police, stationed at the corners. We zig-zagged through the city and finally found a road wide open.

Suddenly we noticed a throng of cars and marchers behind us. What in the world have we gotten ourselves into? We were leading this great group of people for some blocks until we reached our turn.

Our friends already at the resteraunt informed us that the streets of Paris had been closed for a Worker's Demonstration!

This was not my first experience with the Revolutionary French, a group of students had a strike on the bus during one of our trips to LA and there was a transportation strike the first time I arrived in France. It was quite interesting to experience the passion freely expressed by the French people. This demonstration made my day!

Burial Place of the French Kings

by rckaisler

The Basilica of St. Denis was the burial place of the French monarchs. It is located in Saint Denis, a suburb of Paris, easily accessible by the metro. It is well worth a visit, if not for the architecture, than for a chance to see the rather unusal tombs and artifacts scattered around the basilica.


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