One night in Paris-NEED HOTEL ADVICE!

Old Dec 5th, 2006, 08:25 PM
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One night in Paris-NEED HOTEL ADVICE!

Will be taking euro from London to Paris in late February with my wife and nine year old daughter.We have never been to Paris so we are keeping our room in London ,packing light and heading to Paris for a quick trip.What's a good hotel,close to a departure station that's fairly close to many of the sights.Any info would be greatly appreciated!
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We booked this hotel, Hotel De La Bourdonnais for the middle of January for 2 nights. I picked this one because of it's location and didn't think the price was too out of line. It also had some great reviews on Trip Advisor that helped me decide along with two helpful high school French teachers.
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Old Dec 5th, 2006, 09:02 PM
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Here's a little more info I found on another part of the forum posted by someone named MaureenB.

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Date: 11/15/2006, 11:25 pm

The Hotel de la Bourdonnais has views of the Eiffel Tower from some rooms. The balcony is small, but two people can stand on it. I think we had room 503, a quad room, with a direct view of the Tower. It was about $225 in June 2005. It's a nice hotel, not fancy, but well-kept, and in a great area of the 7th. The Avenue de la Boudonnais is a pretty tree-lined and relatively quiet street. There's a market next door, an ATM on the corner, and its near a metro. It's walking distance to the Tower and Les Invalides and Rue Cler, across from the Champs de Mars.
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Your train station would be Gare du Nord - not a favored area but generally ok.
Here are some moderate hotels near there - Paris has excellent public transportation in the metro and bus system, so most of your sightseeing will be a short ride away.

Mercure Paris Boulevard Magenta
http://www.mercure.com/mercure/fiche...he_hotel.shtml

Hôtel Ibis La Fayette 122 rue La Fayette www.ibishotels.com

Hotel Metropol 98, Rue de Maubeuge http://www.paris-hotel-metropol.com/

Libertel Gare du Nord - Suède 106 bd Magenta http://www.hotels-libertel.com/

Kyriad Paris la fayette 11bis rue Pierre Semard http://www.kyriadparis.com/
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