Any feedback on the Regetel Berne Opera Hotel on Rue De Berne in the west Opera area, reviews of the hotel, restaurants close by, location etc...
There are plenty of reviews on Trip Advisor
You can also type the hotel name into the VT search window above and choose Keyword Search to see what you find.
Also, if you have the address of the hotel, including the 750-- code, you can go to www.viamichelin.com and find information about restaurants near it. Go to the Michelin Guides tab at the top of the page and select it - of what appears, select restaurants. Then you put in an address and you can see restaurants in that area. They will sort by the distance from your hotel if you choose.
There will be descriptions of the restaurants and you can look at prices, phone numbers and the credit cards they accept. I have found this site very helpful because it has maps galore (michelin, makes sense).
If you want to know how to get to a certain spot from the hotel, another useful site is www.mappy.com.
Hello we are going to Paris for the first time and got a hotel reservation on priceline.com.
We got a Berne Opera hotel. There are very few reviews on the hotel...
Does anyone know anything about the area? How to get to the main sights? Hotel quality?
Somehow I got really nervous about the trip....
Thanks a lot
I used to live near this area it is nice, not too busy and not too quiet. You can get to Montmartre by foot (about 15 to 20 minutes) and you'll be next to metro station Rome (line 2) from which you can reach Arc de Triomphe, you can walk 5 minutes to get metro Place de Clichy (line 2+13) which (line 13) goes to Invalides from which you can get the RER C to go to Notre-Dame, Orsay, Eiffel Tower (that you can also acces from line 2 transfer to CDG-Etoile take line 6 to Trocadero) and Chateau de Versailles.
If that link is too long or doesn't cut and paste, just go to www.tripadvisor.com and put your hotel name in the search box.
The comments there aren't great, but you never know if you are dealing with someone who hasn't been to Europe before and didn't know what to expect. As a rule, European hotels are SMALL and I never count on more than a bed, and shower and toilet. No space.
I go more by location and bare necessities (which to me include the bathroom in my room) and heat and air.
One thing to note, and this hotel isn't the only one that does this, breakfast is (a lot) extra and they don't make that very clear. Most of the travel books warn you of this and you should get your own breakfast in most cases.
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Address: 37 rue de Berne