Suitehotel Paris Porte de Montreuil

22 Ave du Professeur Lemierre, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75020, France
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Flea markets

by myriam_c

Puces de Saint-Ouen, Saturday & Monday from 9h30 - 19h00
M Porte de Clignancourt

Puces de Montreuil, Saturday & Monday from 8h00 till 18h00
M Porte de Montreuil

Puces de Vanves, Saturday & Sunday from 7h00 till 19h00
M Porte-de-Vanves

Flea market

by djou_box

Flea market or "marché aux puces" or "les puces"
there are two famous in Paris (or at least just outside Paris)
- les puces de clignancourt (metro : porte de clignancourt), these are not the real real flea market in the tradition... this is more a huge market. Items are not always cheaper as the rest of paris.
- les puces de montreuil (metro : porte de montreuil) are the real flea market in which you will find old clothes, old TV, old engines, old whatever on old tables... but sometimes, old also means that it's in a bad condition... how ever check it out !

Metro Ligne 9

by Klod5


Ligne 9 - Line 9
Mairie de Montreuil
Croix de Chavaux
Robespierre
Porte de Montreuil
Maraichers
Buzenval
Nation
Boulets Montreuil
Charonne
Voltaire
Saint Ambroise
Oberkampf
Republique
Strasbourg Saint Denis
Bonne Nouvelle
Rue Montmartre
Richelieu Drouot
Chaussee d'Antin - La Fayette
Havre Caumartin
Saint Augustin
Miromesnil
St Philippe du Roule
Franklin d. Roosevelt
Alma Marceau
Iena
Trocadero
Rue de la Pompe
La Muette
Ranelagh
Jasmin
Michel-Ange Auteuil
Michel-Ange Molitor
Exelmans
Porte de St Cloud
Marcel Sembat
Billancourt
Pont de Sevres

Thrift shops in Paris

by Marylyon1 about Emmaus

In need of cheap clothing? Go to Emmaus! There are four in Paris and once there you will find very inexpensive used clothing. If you look hard, you can find good quality items, some in top condition! The stores operate on donations and the sales help to employ over 100 under privileged people. So it is a win/win situation! For example, I purchased Bally shoes for 4 Euros a pair. Emmaus even claims to wash and iron all clothing that arrives in their stores.
Addresses:
11 avenue Joffre-Saint Mande, Metro Saint MandeTourelle
22 blvd Beaumarchais, Metro Bastille
54 rue de Charonne, Metro Charonne or Ledru Rollin
105 blvd Davout, Metro Porte de Montreuil

Budget Designer Shopping in Paris

by jumpingnorman

Of course, shopping in Paris is always associated with going to these huge department stores called les grands magasins, like the Galeries Lafayette or the Printemps…but then their prices can still be restrictive to those with US dollars. So one of the options for women would be to go the “designer depots” where designer clothes are sold at huge discounts. A good list can be found at http://gofrance.about.com/od/parisattractions/a/parisshopping_2.htm

But just be forewarned that shopping for good clothes in Paris is a serious matter and so when going into boutique stores, be sure you are not wearing shorts and sneakers…best to be cleaned up so that you will be entertained well (Remember Julia Roberts in “Pretty Woman”?)

And on Sundays, the stores are usually closed and so this would be the time to explore the more affordable flea markets like the Porte de Montreuil in the 20 ème Arrondissement and the Porte de Clignancourt in the 18ème.
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Comfort Hotel Devout Nation

by TLynne

Hi, has anyone ever stayed at the Comfort Hotel Devout Nation?
The price is almost too good to be true, but it fits our budget. It's equilient to $90 or so per night, but is it clean, safe...?

Also, how is the CISP? Central Int'l de Sejour de Paris? I e-mailed them but haven't heard back yet.

Thanks very very much for sharing your experiences w/ an unseasoned traveler. TLynne

Re: Comfort Hotel Devout Nation

by jamesfmunro

I haven't stayed in that particular Comfort Hotel, but Comfort Inns / Hotels are fine in my experience. Not fancy, but perfectly comfortable. They're part of Choice Hotels, which is a huge group.

Re: Re: Comfort Hotel Devout Nation

by GUYON

They can make a low price though they have 3 *** because :
- they are in the outskirts of Paris (Metro Porte de Montreuil)
- there is no attraction in the neighborhood. The nearest are Lachaise Cemetary and the Flea Market of Porte de Montreuil (very small compared with the one of Porte de St Ouen)
- there is no salon during the period. Anyway, they are far from Porte de Versailles, the salons site.

The area is popular but safe.

Have a good stay and think Metro.

RAY

Port Monteuil

by AKISS

Hello!I would like to know if Porte Montreuil is a safe area.I am not interested in the surroundings , I will only walk from Porte de Montreuil metro so as to go to the centre.I don't to stay somewhere , where crimes are often.What are your comments please?
At last, i found a special internet price for a suite! in Suite hotel Porte de Montreul for 46euros/suite!

Re: Port Monteuil

by rogan

Paris is very dangerous.
There are gangsters everywhere.
People are robbed and murdered all the time.

Some people are even murdered twice.!!!!

(This is called "tongue in cheek" - Paris is safer than most places and no more dangerous than any other place)

Re: Re: Port Monteuil

by Hamster_Huey

Monteruil is a very colourful neighborhood, with lots of emmigrants from maghreb and West Africa.

Not dangerous, but very different from, say, the latin quarter... (but so much more interesting too). This is the real Paris, where people actually live (as opposed to central Paris which is more like a postcard for tourists, and where rent makes it impossible for common people to live there).

Don't miss the flea market on saturdays and sundays.

If you are a backpacker type of traveller, not afraid of being in a blue collar area, go ahead.
If you are a lone woman, used to beautiful hotels and luxury, forget about it.

If you want to have a look at what it looks like:
1. go to http://photos.pagesjaunes.fr/x/acc/acc_paris.html
2. you'll see a map of paris on the right side of the page and two text fiemds on the right
3. type "avenue de la porte de montreuil" on the second text field (the one called "rue"). Hit "rechercher".
4. A map of the area, will appear on the right side of the screen, with a curor showing where you are. A picture is displayed on the left side. You can use the arrow below to walk up and down cross the street, go wherever you like. 99% of paris streets have been pictured and digitized.

Have a nice virtual stroll!

Flea Markets

by Chuck783

Going back to Paris at the end of March. Are there any big flea markets that are easy to get to. I have been to St Ouen.
Thanks for your help

Re: Flea Markets

by DubH

There are flea markets all over paris--different days for different neighborhoods. If you really want to get to some good ones you will have to buy a book. The biggest and oldest is at Porte de Clingancort(sp) on saturdays. It is absolutely giant! Get off at the subway stop and follow the crowds. They have everything you can possibly imagine!

Re: Flea Markets

by BenFromParis

Hello,

The flea markets in porte de Saint-Ouen and porte de Clignancourt are in fact only one!!! ;-)
This is just the name of the 2 main entrances on the ring.
This is definitly the best one. Open, saturday, sunday and monday (but not very nice I think monday).
You have an other flea market in porte de Montreuil, smaller.

Re: Re: Flea Markets

by Chuck783

Thanks for your help. Paris is a great place to shop, the stores, the markets. Flea Markets are where the deals are and language doesn't seem to be a problem. My only warning is watch for pick pockets and women should not go alone.

Chuck

Re: Re: Flea Markets

by jj1807

I have some time to kill on a Tuesday. Are there any flea markets open then?

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Address: 22 Ave du Professeur Lemierre, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75020, France