Sibour Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

4 Rue Sibour, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75010, France
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53%
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15%
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15%
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  • Families75
  • Couples58
  • Solo83
  • Business25

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Differens areas to stay

by SaraOh

Hi!

Me and a friend are meeting up in Paris in May and are looking for a budget room.
During daytime we don't mind walking a bit but at night we would like to stay in an area that is a bit bohemic and with nice bars with moderate prices.

Do you have any ideas on which are to look for?

Thanks!

/Sara

Re: Differens areas to stay

by SaraOh

Thanks! What about the area around République?

It doesn't have to be really bohemic, just relaxed and not posh.

Re: Differens areas to stay

by footstool

Bohemic? Isn't that a blood disease?!

Re: Differens areas to stay

by SaraOh

Well, we're not bohemic ourselves, more indie ;-)

Re: Differens areas to stay

by TOPSHELFPUBCRAWLER

Hi Sara
Please forgive me for not having much information on budget areas in Paris, but I do have a recommendation if you are interested; Aside from the culture and architecture, part of the allure of Paris is the historical luxury and decadence of the city. You can enjoy these places even on a budget. If you cannot afford to stay five star hotels, it is worth going to the bar for a drink. Places I would recommend are Le Bar Du Plaza Athenee http://www.plaza-athenee-paris.com/the-bar, and the bar at the Hôtel de Crillon. The people watching and atmosphere are amazing. Does not cost anything to get dressed up, and walk into a place, then just have a drink (even water) and enjoy the atmosphere.

Enjoy your trip.

Sean

Re: Differens areas to stay

by pfsmalo

Whilst the advice given for the latin quarter was sound you asked for Republique. Generally speaking North, South and East of Republic are not recommended areas really whether bohemian or indie, although once into Belleville and Menilmontant it is deemed safer. You may find it too cosmopolitan. South-West takes you into the Temple and Marais areas where you'll find good bars and cafés, the area is a lot safer, only downside is you will pay a bit more for a hotel. I will reiterate though that around the rue Mouffetard/Contrescarpe area you'll find everything you're asking for. Check out some of the VT members choices for hotels in this area. A good one and reasonable is the Hotel du Commerce on rue de la Montagne Ste-Genevieve at 69 euros for a double with en-suite facilities and is very close to sites and sights.

Good luck

Re: Differens areas to stay

by SaraOh

Thanks a lot for all your answers!

Re: Differens areas to stay

by 7dwarfsmom

Hotel Sibour rue Sibour, near Gare de l'Est great location, comfy rooms, friendly staff and great prices or Hotel de Nevers, rue de Malte just s of Place de la Republique same comments as Sibour. The Nevers was closed for renovation when we were in Paris a couple months ago. Have stayed at both places and was very satisfied.

Re: Differens areas to stay

by SaraOh

Thanks again, I really appreciate all your help. We have now booked a room at Hotel du Commerce.

Travel Tips for Paris

PALACE VERSAILLES, NOTRE DAME,...

by GTV

PALACE VERSAILLES, NOTRE DAME, EIFFEL TOWER I WENT FROM GERMANY TO PARIS ON A BUS,IT WAS A 5 DAY TOUR,WE SEEN ALL THE SITES, ONE OF THE DAYS I WAS THERE WAS THE DAY THE UNITED STATES LANDED ON THE MOON,THEY HAD TV'S ON THE STREETS,EVERYONE WAS WATCHING THE LANDING! A LONG TIME AGO!

Île de la Cité

by kris-t

The Île de la Citéis natural island in the Seine.

Three medieval buildings remain on the Île de la Cité:

The Cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris, built from 1163 ;

Louis IX's Sainte-Chapelle (1245);

The Conciergerie prison, well known as a place where Marie Antoinette awaited execution in 1793. This island is absolutely charming and must see in Paris

Learn a bit of French, Always greet shopkeepers

by Aeg007

As with any country in which the native language is foreign to you, take the time to learn a few key phrases in French before you depart. This will go a long way, trust me. You show respect for their culture (something that many tourists ignore) by making the effort to use their language.
Learning how to say "Do you speak english?" ("Parlez-Vous anglais?" Par-lay voo ahhng-lay) in French shows respect for their language. They will appreciate it.
When entering a store, shop, or restaurant, you will most likely be greeted with a "Bonjour!" (Hello!) or "Bonsoir" (Good evening/night). It is customary for you to reply, and if they do not realize that you don't speak french, they may think you are being rude if you do not reply. Simply reply back what they said to you (Bonjour or Bonsoir), and say "Merci" (Thank you) when you are finished a transaction.

"Are Paris waiters rude or is it we?"

by kris-t

We often got "a cold shoulder" from waiters in Paris... It was our only one disappointment there...

What we consider as a rude waiter? Let see... It's the one who ignores you for a long period of time, is late in providing you with what you need and makes you wait ages for the bill.

It's exactly the service we got in Paris restaurants... especially out of main tourist areas.

Than we found out that: "In Paris a “bad” waiter is one you see too often, who doesn’t have the know-how to check on your table with just a quick glance or from afar; the one that brings your bill too quickly, which in French social customs is extremely impolite, and equivalent to trying to get you to vacate your seat fast... What you think of as “being ignored” for long periods of time translates in French culture and customs in you being welcome and expected to stay for a while."

There is a link below with a very helpful article about those cultural differences, Unspoken Code and more..

Be prepeared and you wount be disappointed.

Canadian War Memorial

by juniperjune

On the drive from Paris to London, we stopped at the Canadian War Memorial in Vimy Ridge. The Vimy Memorial is about 10 kms north of Arras, 15 kms south of Lens, 135 kms southeast of Calais and 175 kms north of Paris. The French government donated this land to Canada for their service in WW1. See the below web site for more info.

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Address: 4 Rue Sibour, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75010, France