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H May 14th, 2001 07:44 AM

If you could afford it, and wanted to spend the money, which hotel would you choose in Paris??
 
Also, I haven't been able to obtain detailed info about operas and plays in Paris. Ideas?

Ursula May 14th, 2001 08:02 AM

Eva hi! <BR>Check the Opera site at <BR>www.operadeparis.fr <BR> <BR>For plays, Pariscope, the weekly's What's on (Wed-Tue) at <BR>www.pariscope.fr <BR>or <BR>www.parisavenue.com <BR> <BR>As for the Hotel: "Le Royal Monceau", Avenue Hoche, 8th. For the rooms, the spa, the breakfast buffet, for its Italian restaurant, for being close to Parc Monceau. <BR>www.royalmonceau.com

top May 18th, 2001 09:46 AM

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elvira May 18th, 2001 09:53 AM

Not a hotel, a houseboat called la Vie en Rose. <BR>http://www.la-vie-en-rose.com/ <BR> <BR>C'moooooonnn Powerball...... <BR> <BR>For events: <BR>http://www.paris.org/Calendar/

Pierre May 18th, 2001 10:44 AM

There's only one: the George V

s.fowler May 18th, 2001 11:34 AM

I'm with Pierre:) George V is recently renovated and a "Four Seasons" property to boot. Perhaps in some other lifetime. *sigh*

Fred May 18th, 2001 12:34 PM

For opera/ballet information go to: <BR>http://www.opera-de-paris.fr <BR>As for the hotel, all the top ones are great and it just becomes personal preference but I would choose the Ritz both for the hotel and the location. For more Paris information e-mail me.

xxx May 18th, 2001 01:45 PM

i am not a fancy guy. i would be happy anywhere in paris.

Kathy May 18th, 2001 02:57 PM

Le Crillion. Facing the Eiffel Tower, of course. <BR>Kathy

Lauren May 18th, 2001 05:31 PM

Since I have never spent more on a hotel room than I have on the plane flight (and I travel with the luggage), I wouldn't know which of these mega francs hotels was the best, but I like the reviews of the Hotel Bristol. <BR> <BR>If someone else wants to pay--LOL--I'd be game. In the meantime I'll keep home exchanging.

Aggie May 18th, 2001 07:34 PM

The Ritz will do nicely <BR>

BTilke May 18th, 2001 08:27 PM

Friends are staying at the Hotel Meurice at the moment and they are pretty happy with it--among the things they like is the in-room computer (not just data port access). We're meeting up with them for a meal at Les Ambassadeurs in the Crillon. However, we usually stay at smaller hotels in the 7th. For Paris, the "grand hotel" style doesn't interest me that much--I like the nice smaller hotels just fine. <BR>Re operas, we saw Le Chauvre Souris (Die Fledermaus) at the Bastille Opera on Dec. 30, 2000, and purchased our tickets through the opera-de-paris.fr web site. We had very good seats with an excellent view. The Bastille seats are not terrifically comfortable (I was ok, but my 6'2" husband was tired by the drive down from Brussels and found the seat cramped).

Pat May 20th, 2001 09:09 PM

Crillon. <BR>I walked past it any number of times on my way to my cheap hotel and was always intrigued. <BR> <BR>But it feels immoral to spend that kind of money on a hotel when even one child is hungry in the world, so I stay in the cheap hotel and I'm happy.


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