Residence Hoteliere Le 300

11, rue Moreau, Paris, 75012, France
Adagio Access Paris Bastille
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  • Couples80
  • Solo86
  • Business50

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A Question

by estellewagg

I am staying in you hotel in May. Are there hair dryers in the rooms? I couldn't find it in the amenities.

Thanks

Estelle Wagg

Re: A Question

by TOPSHELFPUBCRAWLER

Some European hotels do not supply hair driers or clothing irons as they are thought to pose a fire hazard. I cannot recall if Parisian hotels follow this logic. Best to email the concierge or front desk.

Enjoy your trip!

Sean

Re: A Question

by Kakapo2

Estelle, I think this question is for the specific hotel and not for VT members - as you did not even tell us which hotel you are staying at.

In general it is like that: The more stars a hotel has, the higher the probability that they have hairdryers in the rooms. Do not expect a hairdryer in a two star hotel.

Re: A Question

by Beausoleil

Hi. We stay in 2-star hotels and some have hair dryers and some don't. If they have them, they are usually mentioned in amenities. If you are very concerned, e-mail the hotel using the contact link on their web site. If they don't have them in the rooms, sometimes they will loan you one for your stay.

Enjoy Paris. It is beautiful in May.

Re: A Question

by leics

You will need to contact the hotel you have booked to find out if there are hairdryers.

But if they are not listed in amenities they are probably not supplied.

Some hotels do, some hotels do not.

Re: A Question

by IdreamIam

Everyone is correct and all you need to do is contact the hotel. However having said that there are Haridryers and there are hairdryers. I have stayed in 5 star hotels where I would not consider the Hair Dryer of very good quality and it will take you a long time to dry your hair and others that are 2 star and the hair dryer is fantastic, and visa versa. My advise to you is invest in a good quality travel Hair Dryer and take it with you. If the weight of your luggage is an issue then you have to decide what your priorities are. When I travel and I have to pay it is as economical as I can be but when I travel with work it is 5 star so have tried everything.

Travel Tips for Paris

The Eiffel Tower

by OrlandoBR

The Eiffel Tower - many things to do there, other than appreciate the view over the most beautiful city in the world. The first level has a small museum of the monument's history, and at the top there's a nice wax model of Monsieur Eiffel. Look out for other wax statues in the elevators or other unexpected places. And there are the restaurants.

View FROM Montmartre * 18e

by shrimp56

Well I can't select ONE favorite thing -- but high on the list would be this view over Paris FROM the terrace in front of Sacre Coeur. Among the landmarks that are visible are Notre Dame on Ile de la Cite and the Pantheon in the Latin Quarter. Wandering around the backside of Montmartre -- getting away from the crowds and into the streets where people live.

History in the Latin Quarter

by shrimp56

After several trips of avoiding the 5th arrondissement I gave in on the last two trips, first exploring the St. Michel/Cluny area, then the Pantheon/rue Descartes area. I was delighted by the history as well as the small nooks and crannies.
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I will be somehow telling you about the walk I took [with Beatchick and Tsarina] along the path of the 1210 Phillipe-Auguste wall, but until then here are a few images from the latter part of the 5th.

Don't believe what they say...

by Jodi_22

Don't believe what they say that the French are rude. Just be accommodating. The French are very proud of their language and it is only respectful to at least attempt to speak it at the beginning of a conversation. Bonjour! Comment ca va? Parlez lentement s'il vous plait. Je ne parle pas bien le francais :)

Paris - Versailles

by GUYON

Each year in September, there is the run race Paris - Versailles (16km), famous for its ascent just after leaving Paris.
In 2003, it was the 28e occurrence with 19.500 competitors. Each competitor has a ship in his lace to be registrated at the departure and at the arrival.

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Address: 11, rue Moreau, Paris, 75012, France