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28 rue St-Louis, Versailles, Ile-de-France, 78000, France

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  • Disgusting and dirty rooms, unhelpful staff


    I wasn't actually supposed to stay at this hotel, but rather, at an affiliated hotel a little way away. The hotel that I had booked for had had an "accident", and so, I was moved to this hotel.

    It's dingy, feels dirty, and is tiny, for the +100 euros per night. The bathroom is tiny, and has a constant drip, and the staff don't speak English, even though there is a sign that claims that they do. The carpets are worn out, there are no english channels on the TV, the bed squeaks, and I can hear the rest of the hotel.

    Don't be fooled by the photos on their website!

    I certainly won't be coming back to this hotel, nor will I use the hotel that I had originally booked.

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Forum Posts

Paris Pass and Versailles

by jyrgarrett

My wife and I are traveling to Paris in June. One of the spots we will visit is Versailles. My question is will the Paris Pass enable us to take part in the various tours i.e. the Garden Tours, or will we have to purchase separate tickets for those. Thanks in advance. Jeff

Re: Paris Pass and Versailles

by MacedonianUK

DO NOT buy Paris Pass, is wast of money, Paris Museum pass is better value, and you have more to choose.
Just for compensation, Paris Pass for 2 days 97 Euros, Paris Museum pass 32 Euros. You can get carne tickets if you need metro, like going to Versaillis, but Paris is an City where you walk to see everything.
The Paris Museum pass do cover entrance to the Versailles,the gardens and many other happenings, like the water fountain display.
There are over 60 attractions covered by the pass and you will get the list when you buy the pass, which can be purchased for 2.4. or 6 days.
You can get it on line or you can buy it at any of the major attractions like Louvre or some of the big Metro stations will sell it.
Also it will allow you fast entrance to the attractions and you do not need to Q. BTW Louvre is free the first Sunday of every month.
Happy travels

Travel Tips for Versailles

Times to Go...

by Sagespot

Because so many people consider it a must-see destination, Versailles attracts more than 3 million visitors a year. The best way to avoid the queues is to arrive first thing in the morning. If you're interested in just the Grands Appartements, another good time to get in line is about 3:30-4:00pm. The queues are longest on Tuesday, when many of Paris' museums are closed.

How to cut Qs at the Palace

by bpacker

It pays to be nosy sometimes. Really, just before I entered the Versailles Palace, I nosed around an obscure tourist office just outside of the palace gates. Since there was hardly anyone there, I flooded the poor clerk with all sorts of annoying questions. It paid off. In a bid to get rid of me, she advised me to grab a "passport" (€20) that would allow:
-> entry to multiple palace areas and all the Trianon Gardens
->priority access ( no **** queues! )
-> Usage of an audio guide.
Just the thing for a restless person like me. I grab it of course and later recalled frustrated sods queuing up for the same thing at the Palace itself.

Of course, you don't need the passport if you have the musuem pass. The pass covers both the Trianon palaces and the Chateau.

King's Room

by bugulma

The first I've mentioned the bed is very small and it seems French king weren’t tall. :-) In any way, they really lived like royal persons. Sometimes I'd like to have the same apartments they had. Final decoration of the rooms was received in 1671-1681.

The Hall of Battles

by Goner

This is very large warehouse-sized room at 394 feet long and 43 feet wide. Here 33 paintings depicting war-scenes from the Battle of Tolbiac to the Wagram, 82 busts of warriers and 16 bronze plaques bearing names of heros who died for France complete the war theme. The most famous of the paintings is the Battle of Taillebourge by Delacroix.

Hall of Mirrors

by bugulma

It is the richest room for XVII century, full of mirrors – the most luxury thing of those times. The Hall of Mirrors was built in 1678-1684 instead of terrace as a symbol of the power of the absolute monarch. The paintings on the ceiling show Louis XIV as Roman emperor, great administrator of the kingdom and a victor over foreign power.


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