Timhotel St Georges

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

21, boulevard de Clichy, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France
Timhotel Saint Georges
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Satisfaction Terrible
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 45% more and rated 24% lower than other 2 star hotels

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  • Families42
  • Couples40
  • Solo38
  • Business35

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Route by public transportation

by flyingmermaid


I didn't find a route from Mercure Paris Opera Garnier (4 rue de l 'Isly) to Avenue Sainte Anne, 92600, Asnières Sur Seine by public transportation.
How can I get there without a taxi? Many thanks for your advice!


Re: Route by public transportation

by tango_jd

The trains on this sector depart from Gare Saint-Lazare.
RER Line (J): Gare de Bois-Colombes is th eclosest I think.

Re: Route by public transportation

by pfsmalo

John is quite right, the RATP site gives :

From Opera line 3 direction Levallois, descend at St. Lazare

Train SNCF from St. Lazare direction Ermont Eaubonne descend at Bois-Colombes and then about 5 mins walk to ave. Ste. Anne.

Total time about 18/20 mins.

Re: Route by public transportation

by Beausoleil

Go to Gare St. Lazare.
Take the train in the direction of Ermont Eaubonne.
Get off at Bois-Colombes.
You should have a 6-10 minute walk to Ave. Ste. Anne in Asnieres-sur-Seine.

You can figure any route at http://www.ratp.info/informer/anglais/index.php

You are outside the Peripherique so it's a bit harder to figure out the transportation options. I'm sure someone at your hotel could help you.

If you need walking directions from the station to your destination, choose the pedestrian option in http://www.ratp.info/informer/anglais/index.php

Enjoy your trip.

Re: Route by public transportation

by flyingmermaid

Hello all,

Many thanks for your kind help!

Travel Tips for Paris

General Museum Admission

by peavey

I don't know about buying on-line, but the Paris Museum pass which includes admission to a lot of museums will save you from standing in line. We by-passed a huge line at D'Orsay last November by using it. You can buy them for up to a week but also one day, two day...etc parismuseumpass.com The Food!!

I lived in the outskirts of...

by revallen

I lived in the outskirts of Paris 1961-62 and attended the Sorbonne. Among my favorite places, there are so many that it would take a year to talk about them. The Louvre, the Musee d'Orsay are among my favorites.

Why bother naming restaurants? You can eat well and inexpensively almost anywhere. Young love, which has lasted all my life.

My first acquaintance with Paris was in 1954 - 56 as a G.I. I lived there from 1961-62 and have many friends there. Since then I have been back to Paris a number of times, the last being 1997, 98, 99.

I am fluent in French. Unlike many people in the '50s and '60s, I NEVER had a problem with the French. Paris is as different from the rest of France as New York is from the rest of the USA.

I am an unabashed Francophile and love all of France, including Corsica.

Bonjour Paris!

by lmkluque

One of my fondest memories has to be waking up to a typical French breakfast. Delicious breads, Pain Chocolat, my favorite. Delectable cheeses, Camenbert, Brie, Raclettes for a start. Juice and strong black coffee. Not too much conversation at first.

Though we have to leave soon, the mood is relaxed and graceful.

Not overly friendly people in Paris

by Vinoba

Of all the countries I have visited, the people with the least warm attitude towards others are the Parisians. I have lived in two main countries (Nigeria and UK) and come from Srilanka. I must say when it comes to smiling, the French people I came into contact with were less than generous especially in comparison to the Italians, Spaniards and Austrians! However all that changed around mid-night on New Years' day! Suddenly everyone loved everyone. It was the most amazing transformation!

Also the only French words I had to use were Bonjour and Merci. I was more than happy to try other phrases but most of the Parisians switched to English without any hesitations and our waitors always went out of their way to translate the French menus when we asked for it again without any hesitations. I did not feel the need to speak French for their benefit at all.

So I think that the lack of smiling might have been because it was freezing cold over there in mid-Winter. I should go back in a Summer and see how the people compare to other Europeans. Perhaps the sterotype must-speak-French attitude is being slowly wiped out and this can only be a good thing in terms of welcoming other cultures into a country.

Window displays with humor!!

by shrimp56

Window-shopping in Paris, or as the French call it "lecher les vitrines" [literally "lick the windows"] is a rewarding pursuit -- the windows in Paris are as chic as the residents:)
I looked at this window in the 6th near St. Germain very quickly and couldn't understand why I was seeing "fur" -- then I looked carefully and voilà -- tiny goats among the beautiful little goat cheeses!
On my most recent trip I ran across these window displays also showing the French style and wit.


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Address: 21, boulevard de Clichy, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France