How to get to the Holiday Inn Notre Dame

Jul 28th, 2011, 10:12 AM
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Chez Clement on St Andre des Arts is a good place.
La Jacobine was another, smaller place on same street.
Also nearby is Le Petit Zinc, good for seafood, classic zinc bar.
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Jul 28th, 2011, 12:56 PM
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That location is actually near a lot of narrow back streets. I don't consider that a super pricey location, but it depends where you go. If you go the ST Germain direction, you can find cheap places and more expensive ones. But there are tons of cheap places around there for the tourists, you will see them all over.

I think above suggestions are good, though.
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Jul 29th, 2011, 03:16 PM
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Take the RER B and exit St. Michel. Once you exit the RER, follow the signs for the St. Michel (fountain) exit. You should arrive street level next to the fountain. Look across the street (away from the fountain, to your right about a 1/2 block up) and you will see the Holiday Inn sign (it's green). Upon exiting the Metro on the right side of the street: you will also see a "hot dog" stand, bicycle parking area, tourist t-shirt stand and restaurant.

Again, the Hotel is on the right hand side of the street less than 1/2 block up, directly past the fruit stand. You will need to cross the street at the light (directly in front of the bookstore) otherwise you might be hit. I recently stayed there in April.
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Jul 29th, 2011, 09:09 PM
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How to get to the Holiday Inn Notre Dame
Posted by: sunburst on Jul 26, 11 at 3:31pm Posted in: Europe
We are landing in Paris at CDG airport on August 24th at 7:15am and need to know how we get to our hotel (Holiday Inn Notre Dame).


Whatever you do do not ask your hotel. They might actually tell you how to get there.
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Jul 29th, 2011, 10:00 PM
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Take a taxi. The cost of a taxi pales in comparison to the total cost of the trip, and it is vastly more convenient for getting to and from the airports with luggage than it would be to use the subway.
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