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We have just returned from a 3 night break in Paris, we booked this hotel due to its location. Being between the Arc De Triomphe and the Trocedero, the location was wonderful for the things we wanted to do, however, this is the only good...More
I stayed in this Hotel 6 nights and everything was fine !The ladies at the reception desk were very friendly and responsive ( especially Sandra,many thanks !). The breakfast seems not cheap ( 19 euro) but the choice was very wide and i would say...More
We were a big group and stayed at this mercury property . The rooms were extremely small , front desk officer was not at all helpful while checking in . There were 2 buildings and one of them didn’t even had a lift (elevator).breakfast was...More
Recently stayed at this hotel with my boyfriend. Very helpful and friendly staff who upgraded us into the most gorgeous room with a spiral staircase. Made the trip even more special. Great location central in Paris, would highly recommend.
I stayed there for 3 nights. It was very dirty and old.the breakfast was awful and every morning i had to tolerat the bad smell from breakfast!
The stairs were hard to walk through.
One women who work at the reception was so rude (...More
This area is characterized by its namesake avenue which extends northwest from the Louvre to the modern business district, punctuated by the iconic Arc de Triomphe. Grand embassies stand among impressive offices and presidential palaces; architecture from 19th century Universal Exhibitions, homes, art galleries, and 19th century streets designed by Baron Haussmann flank haute-couture boutiques. This
neighborhood never rests, buzzing with visitors from around the world at all times of day and night, all within a stone's throw of the Seine.
It's approximately 45 minutes on the coach. You get the underground to a meeting point on a square (sorry I can't remember the name of it) and then the coaches collect you from there. If you buy your ticket in advance they... More
It's approximately 45 minutes on the coach. You get the underground to a meeting point on a square (sorry I can't remember the name of it) and then the coaches collect you from there. If you buy your ticket in advance they will give you the instructions for the coach. The coach returns you to the same place in the evening too.
Take the RER from CDG to Chatatêt Les Halles. This is actually the the B3 line, but it is the only one at CDG. Get your ticket before you get on the train at the ticket office on the CDG concourse. At Chatelêt les Halles... More
Take the RER from CDG to Chatatêt Les Halles. This is actually the the B3 line, but it is the only one at CDG. Get your ticket before you get on the train at the ticket office on the CDG concourse. At Chatelêt les Halles transfer to the RER red line westbound. Any terminal destination is OK. Get off at Charles de Galle Etoile, and walk around the Arc de Triomphe (AdT) until you get to Avenue Victor Hugo. You will see Lauriston about a block in from the AdT on Victor Hugo, Lauriston does not go to the ring road around AdT. The walk to the Hotel is about 10 minutes. When you are settled, you will probably find a shorter route, but this is the best for the first time. Before you go, consult the RAPT website which is excellent and will tell you all you need to know. Be aware that the RER is different to the the Paris Metro system and is much more efficient. CdG to Lauriston. CdG to your hotel will take about 1 1/2 ti 2 hours. Bon Voyage