Peyris Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

10, rue du Conservatoire, 9th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France
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93%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
41%
54
Very Good
42%
55
Average
10%
13
Poor
3%
4
Terrible
3%
4

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 47% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families79
  • Couples86
  • Solo72
  • Business80

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Napoleon's tomb, The Invalides, ParisNapoleon's tomb, The Invalides, Paris

The magnificent rose windowThe magnificent rose window

The South Rose Window of Notre Dame de ParisThe South Rose Window of Notre Dame de Paris

Plaque to the left of the front door.Plaque to the left of the front door.

Forum Posts

peyris hotel

by lfc

hi folks
my ? is what is the peyris hotel like, i have gotten mixed reports on it.
or can anyone reccommend another hotel
thanks

RE: peyris hotel

by nino224

Hi

I don't have any info on the Peyris. I'm leaving on Thursday and I'm booked at the de l'Avre, which is reasonably priced, and well located in a residential area in the 5th arrondisement.

RE: peyris hotel

by Beausoleil

There are a bunch of review on the Peyris at http://www.france.com

Just use the hotel search function and click on the hotel. If you can't find it, do a search in the top search window. They have photos of the hotel and then underneath there are lots of reviews.

You could also check tripadvisor or one of the other Internet hotel review sources.

Good luck.

RE: peyris hotel

by CALSF

You can browse the VT pages for hotel tips. There is a wide range of good hotels to choose from depending on your budget.

RE: peyris hotel

by Sofia0412

Never stayed in this hotel. In the same area, I stayed at the Hotel Bergere opera, a 3 star hotel near metro stop Grands Boulevards, it is very clean and comfortable. I found it well-located, with the proximity of Opera area where there is a lot of nice restaurants and bars. A good area for shopping too...
You can see this hotel on http://www.bergereopera.com
Have a nice trip!

RE: peyris hotel

by meheu

I can't help you with the hotel Peyris, but I can recommend a typical family hotel,Hotel Du Pré, http://www.duprehotel.com/, 3 stars hotel, located in the same area as the Hotel Peyris. The hotel is really clean and nice. It is located in a calm street and people there are really friendly. Prices are ok and rooms have good size.
I hope it will be helpfull

Travel Tips for Paris

Eiffel tower, Tour Eiffel

by IngaA

The steel high tower, so well-known that it's unnecessary to explain what it is. Constructed at the beginning of XIX century on the project of the engineer Gustav Eiffel, it is today one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. However, the process of building of the tower was far from being smooth. The competition was very fierce. Indeed it was planned to erect something remarkable but Municipalities didn't know what exacrly they wanted. there were plenty of projects. But the story is a bit tricky. Gustaf Eiffel already had a project and finally the officials said something like "we want a steel tower, high and elegant". That's how Eiffel's project won.
There were many supporters and many opponents. The most remarkable example is the famous writer Gui de Mopassan. He was furious of this idea. However, when the tower was finally built, he went there and raised to the top of the tower every day. When he was asked about the reasons of visiting this hated place, he answered : 'it is the only place, from which I don't see it'.
Another story dates back to WW2 times when France was occupied. The elevators on Eiffel tower stopped. Germans tries countless times to repair them to make them work but unsuccessfully. Several years elevators were staying. And only after liberation, the old master who worked there his whole life, stepped to the cellars for about half of hour and elevators "moved". What was it? None knows.
Today we can't even imagine Paris without Eiffel tower. Lightened at the evening, it is sparkling of photo-lights of tourists.

Arc de Triumph

by bugulma

Napoleon I Emperor began to build the arch in 1806 in honour of victories of his army (the building was finished in 1836). There are several bas-reliefs on the walls of the arch, which show battles and victories of Napoleon's army. Since 1920 in arch there is grave of Unknown Soldier. It's possible to go upstairs to the top of the arch (I didn't do that).
The way with public transportation is Charles de Gaulle Etoile, lines 2 or 6 by metro or RER line A.

conquer the world's LARGEST...

by Krystynn

conquer the world's LARGEST museum, Musée du Louvre! The world's greatest art works are housed inside the museum - da Vinci's 'Mona Lisa', David's greatest paintings, the Venus di Milo sculpture, the headless statue of the 'Winged Victory of Samothrace' amongst others. Absolutely fabulous and bewitching!!!

Tu tires ou tu pointes??

by Pierre_Rouss

Tu tires ou tu pointes??
National sport, la pétanque, sort of lawn bowling, is played by trying to place in turn your balls the closest to the piggy (little white ball thrown previously). You can have your ball land in front of the piggy and resume rolling toward it, or throw it with a backspin and have your ball stop on location on landing. If you can't place it close enough, another pleasure is to knock the opponent's ball to the moon.
Here is a bunch of friends playing a game in the Jardins des Tuileries.

Le Bourget Air and Space Museum

by tiabunna

Until the development of Charles De Gaulle airport further from the city, Le Bourget was the main northern airport for Paris. It still is in use as a business airport, and for a major yearly international aviation display, but there is little need for a large terminal building for those activites. So what to do with a disused airport terminal? This question was resolved in what I consider a typically French way: turn it into a museum!

Back on on 21 November 1783, the first ever manned flight took place in France with a balloon created by the Montgolfier brothers: today France hosts a thriving aviatiion and space industry. So France has to be the natural place for an Air and Space Museum. I’m pleased to say that it is truly excellent and well worthy of a visit.

The museum holds 350 aircraft, ranging from very early pioneering models (not necessarily succesful) to late model jets, rockets and space items. There is a B747 and two Concordes, the first prototype and the last to fly in France. Apart from the aircraft, there are engines, models, reference material, and a very good book/gift shop.

Access is quoted as being by bus 350 (from Gare d’Est or Gare du Nord), or by bus 152, Métro 7/RER B. I think the 350 bus is probably the most convenient, if sometimes crowded, as it goes to the entrance gates, the other options seem less direct. Opening hours daily (except Mondays, 1 January and 25 December) are 1000 to 1800, and closing at 1700 1 October to 31 March.

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