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Hotel de Turenne, Muguet, Hotel des Grandes Ecoles

Hotel de Turenne, Muguet, Hotel des Grandes Ecoles

Old Mar 25th, 2000, 12:52 PM
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Susan Bradley
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Hotel de Turenne, Muguet, Hotel des Grandes Ecoles

We are trying to decide among these three where to stay. Has anyone stayed at any of these? Thanks so much!
 
Old Mar 25th, 2000, 01:09 PM
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We stayed at the Muguet last september at liked it enough to be going back in 2 weeks.
 
Old Mar 25th, 2000, 03:37 PM
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We stayed at the Hotel des Grandes Ecoles last October on the reccomendation of a French friend. We thought it was great and a real bargain!
Our room, though small, faced the very pretty courtyard was quiet, and had a new bath. There is a metro stop nearby.
 
Old Mar 25th, 2000, 06:18 PM
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We tried earlier this month to obtain reservations for September at the Hotel des Grandes Ecoles. Eventually, we received a rather garbled e-mail saying that we should ring them back in three months, that their computer system did not enable them to make such far distant reservations. How very Gallic! Needless to say, we took our business elsewhere. All seven days of it. All it takes, mon ami, is a ledger book to make advance reservations. When I was in business and we ran up against such attitudes about computers, we used to say "M.I.B."--manual is better.
 
Old Apr 27th, 2000, 10:19 AM
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GRANDES ECOLES: 75, rue Cardinal Lemoine. Tel: 0143267923. Fax: 0143252815. Web site:
http://www.hotel-grandes-ecoles.com/
E-mail: [email protected] (51 rms., all w/toilet & bath or shower.) 565-720F/86-110EUR double; 670-830F/102-127EUR triple; 940-1000F/143-152EUR quad. Breakfast (7:15am-12:30pm) at 45F pp can be served in the room & in the garden in warm weather. Visa, MC. English spoken (Marie), peaceful wonderful romantic charming 19th-century villa/hotel is a combination of three (two from the 18th century) bldgs. w/19th-century & fancy Louis-Philippe-style furnished warmly decorated carpeted pretty rms.which vary in size, hotel feels like a French country-style cottage house w/its fabulous rustic ambiance, rates vary per size of room. Reception bldg. (28 rms.): Examples are #216 w/double bed, old-fashioned bathroom w/bathtub & looks out to the garden at 565F; #217 almost twice as large as #216 w/double bed, sitting area, modern bathroom w/bathtub & 2 small windows that face the street at 615F; #328 w/sloped walls, sitting area & not as large as #217 at 580F; #326 w/double bed & faces courtyard 565F; Garden bldg. (15 rms.): Examples are #31(shower), 32 (bathtub) & 33 (large rm. w/bathtub) are garden level rms. w/large bathroom, sitting area & patio; 1st flr. #137 w/2 twin beds & bathtub at 615F; Right bldg. (8 rms.) which contains the most expensive rms.: Examples are #148 w/2 twin beds, large sitting area, large bathroom w/bathtub at 720F; #147 is smaller than #148 w/double bed at 670F; there are 14 rms. priced like #216 at 565F; 12 rms. priced like #328 at 580F; hair driers, 2 rms. have handicapped access, tree-shaded lovely garden/courtyard, elevator (only in 2 bldgs.), 3 flrs., private parking (105F per day). The owners welcome outsiders to have tea in their garden in warm weather. Owned/managed by the very accommodating & helpful Marie Le Floch. Métro: Cardinal-Lemoine.
 

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