Paris hotel - 3 star

May 21st, 2002, 10:28 AM
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Gail
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Paris hotel - 3 star

Need recommendation for a 3 star in Paris for 3 nights in July near the Tuilleries Garden. Anyone familiar with Hotel Brebant?
 
May 21st, 2002, 10:38 AM
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What about the Relais du Louvre? I stayed there several years ago. It is next door to St. Germain L'Aurroix (sorry for the spelling) and the Louvre.
 
May 21st, 2002, 10:50 AM
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Thank you. I just tried your suggestion, Relais De Louvre and got a message it was sold out for my dates.
 
May 21st, 2002, 02:10 PM
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Gail, I am staying at the Hotel Brighton (3 star hotel) across the street from the Tuilleries Gardens. You might try them.
 
May 22nd, 2002, 06:20 AM
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Anyone familiar with Hotel des Tuileries? I inquired directly and was told they were full and now Escapades think they have a room there and I must make a decision today. Please any feedback would be helpful. I want a hotel in that area near the gardens.
 
May 22nd, 2002, 06:57 AM
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Gail: I believe you will have troubles finding comments on the Hotel des Tuileries here. Can't remember having read anything lately. Most fodorites seem to be left bank lovers (except for the Marais in the 4th arr.).
Anyway, I found its web page and it does look like a charming little 3-star hotel on a quiet street. I would go for it, if you have decided to stay close to the Tuileries Gardens and if the price is right for you. However, the metro stop is not that convenient. Serves just one line (Nr. 1), but you will be able to walk to a lot of places.
http://www.hotel-des-tuileries.com/e...h_version.html
 
May 22nd, 2002, 07:11 AM
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Plenty of those. Here's what people had to say about the Brebant:
Hotel Brebant (3 star right bank)-
near the Opera Garnier
small, quite friendly, helpful
rooms are clean but small
certainly not romantic - I would not stay there again
has a lot of charm and character
did not like this hotel at all.
those in our Elderhostel group assigned to the Brebant complained bitterly
clean small and friendly
an all inclusive package- you get what you pay for
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May 22nd, 2002, 07:16 AM
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Just read quite a few comments from travelers who had stayed at Hotel des Tuileries and most were not very complimentary. So, rather than have a husband who is miserable over our room I think I will go for a 4 star - anyone know about Lotti Hotel - our friends are staying there this weekend but I need to make reservations today.
 
May 22nd, 2002, 08:49 AM
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re Hotel des Tuileries, I had booked this hotel for fall 99, changed at the last minute, went to see it anyway. It is on a quiet side street in the 1st. Beautifully decorated, rooms and bathrooms extremely small, hallways so narrow that two people can’t pass each other. The day I was there the one tiny elevator was out of order; I don’t know if that was a rare occurrence or not. For the price, which was relatively high for a small hotel, I was glad to stay elsewhere. However, it is highly recommended in the books Cheap Sleeps in Paris, Fodor’s Paris, and elsewhere. Has air conditioning. http://www.myhotelinparis.com/hotels2/010.htm
 
May 22nd, 2002, 08:50 AM
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The Lotti is great. Ask for a room on the street; they are very roomy and not noisy at all. Our favorite is Hotel Cambon. a 4* just off rue de Rivoli. Privately owned, quiet, with a friendly and helpful staff. You can book on-line.
 
May 23rd, 2002, 06:50 AM
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Few more questions since I must make a decision today about a hotel. Any feedback on Hotel Regents Garden or Hotel duLouvre. Gardening is my passion (next to my husband) so always love to stay in hotel that is beauifully landscapped with a little patio to sit out on.
 
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