Raspail Montparnasse

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

203 Boulevard Raspail, Paris 75014
Raspail Montparnasse Hotel
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Good For Families
  • Families90
  • Couples80
  • Solo75
  • Business78

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Forum Posts

stay at paris

by jkbansal

I am looking for an accommodation for 4 days to with family(self, wife son 13,daughter 11)with kitchen facility in paris. it can be part of a house.

Is there any night bus from paris to london?

can somebody advise pl.

Re: stay at paris

by leanneedwards

I have used Parissweethome.com with great success!! It depends on your price point but they have some very reasonable apartments is great areas.. I would look in the 1-5 arrondisements (spw)... good luck and enjoy this beautiful city!! Check out Pedmar's VT pages he has a list of company's as well

Re: stay at paris

by kin79

Chk VRBO.. I just booked an awesome place thru it...

Re: stay at paris

by Beausoleil

We've used Paris Attitude with great success. They have all price ranges and sizes of apartments. http://www.parisattitude.com/

Good luck.


by vasilyec

We usually use www.parisaddress.com. Their appartments are a little bit dated, but well equipped with everything you may ever need (kitchen, iron, blow dryer, internet access, etc.) The prices are very reasonable too (we booked now a studio for about 82 Euro/night right beside Le Bon Marche).
What I like about this agency, that they don't ask for security deposit on the day of your arrival (like some other agencies do). Of course we always leave our appt spotless, but I just don't want to end up with 500 Euros on the day of my departure back to Canada!

Re: stay at paris

by Beausoleil

The security deposit comment is interesting. I never thought of it as having extra euros leaving France. We usually stop in Paris for a few days before we leave to travel around the country so for us, getting that deposit back means we have euros for the trip and don't have to visit an ATM for a while.

You have to decide which works for you but I suspect not having to leave a deposit would be more appealing to most folks. I'm certainly going to bookmark the suggested web site for the day when we're going the other direction. 8^)

Re: stay at paris

by vasilyec

We always leave Paris for the last stop on our trip to Europe as all our friends and co-workers are always anxiously waiting for Parisian macarons and chocolates, can't disappoint them :)

Re: stay at paris

by Beausoleil

Chocolates . . . an excellent reason to save Paris for last. LOL

Love it!

Travel Tips for Paris

Walking Tour for kids

by Plumeria54

We arranged for a 3 hour private tour with an English speaking guide from Paris Walks. She met us at our hotel and designed the tour for our 2 kids (ages 10 & 12). After showing us how to use the Metro, we started our tour by L'Opera and ended in the Latin Quarter. She kept the kids interested by explaining the history of the buildings we walked past, interesting tidbits about the buildings, and where to find the best ice cream in Paris. It was a great overview of Paris and well worth it.
website: http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/pariswalking/

Disney Village

by doreenellen

Disney village, just outside the parks is a mixture of restaurants and shops with something for everyone. We dined at Annetts which looks like a 1950.s american diner where the waiters get up on the bar to dance to Street Lighting, pulling some of us up too. Outside there are the two cars that look like the ones from Grease the movie.
There is also Buffalo Bills, Planet Hollywood and several more to choose.

L' Opera a ete...

by Christianne

L' Opera a ete construit pas Charles Garnier et est dote d'une extreme richesse decorative

L' Arc de Triomphe dispose d' une altitude de 50m et fut edifie a la gloire de Napoleon 1er.
Sous la voute, repose le Soldat Inconnu consacre aux victimes des guerres.

L' avenue la plus reputee du monde, relie la place de l' Etoile a la place de la Concorde.

La Basilique possede une tres vaste crypte, dans son clocher 'La Savoyarde'. La terrasse devant la Basilique donne une vue somptueuse de Paris.
Autour de Sacre-Coeur s' etend Monmartre avec ses petites rues et ses escaliers pittoresques.

Learn a few simple rules of etiquette...

by hobanma

When you walk into a shop or cafe, the merchant will greet you with "bonjour monsieur/madame"

You are expected to respond in kind.

The French expect people to be polite and follow a few simple rules.

We walked into a busy but small shop along the Rue de Rivoli. There were three salespeople behind the counter and they all looked a bit grim. I said "bonjour ..." and their faces lit up and they all responded with bonjour...

Packing List

by Jodi_22

Bring good walking shoes. Paris is nice enough and everything is close enough to walk just about anywhere. Unlike London or Rome, walking Paris is much nicer than taking the underground or bus. Bring a long sleeved shirt and a raincoat or pullover. It tends to be chilly and sometimes damp.


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 Raspail Montparnasse

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Hotel Raspail Montparnasse

Address: 203 Boulevard Raspail, Paris 75014