Paris Hotel LeTourville

Aug 15th, 1998, 08:26 PM
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Linda Hodel
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Paris Hotel LeTourville

We are leaving for Paris within a week, and have reservations at the Hotel LeTourville in Paris. Is anyone familiar with this hotel?


 
Aug 16th, 1998, 06:37 PM
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Do you mean Hotel de Tourville at 16, av. de Tourvilla in the 7th arr. ? If you do it is fairly new with an intimate
atmosphere. The rooms are muted in colors and have antique furniture and paintings. Baths are in marble and tile and some open onto pleasant private terraces. It is a quiet area of the left bank between the Invalides and the Rodin Museum and rates run from 690 to 990F.
 
Aug 18th, 1998, 06:26 PM
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Aug 18th, 1998, 06:28 PM
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Louis:
Thanks for your response. Yes, that's the one. By your description, it sounds like our choice will be fine. Appreciate the info.

Linda
 
Aug 19th, 1998, 05:02 AM
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As my wife & I will be staying at the Hotel LeTourville in November, I would love to know how you liked it there. Hope you have a great time!
 
Aug 19th, 1998, 10:08 AM
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For those staying at Tourville in Paris, turn right as you leave the hotel and in about a block you are at the Metro station Ecole Militaire. Then turn right on Av. de Motte Picquet for one block and you will be at the pedestrian market street of Rue Cler to your left. On the corner is a Post Office and ATM. On Rue Cler a block past Champs de Mars,
you will see a bakery on the corner to your left. You can get 8oz. of squeezed to order orange juice there for about 12F, the coffee is good and so are all of the rolls and bakery goods. You even can get eggs. It is a great place to get something first thing in the morning instead of your hotel.

Right from your hotel, go across Motte Picquet to Avenue Bosquet for two blocks. Cross street at R. de Grenelle going left for one block. You will be at R. de L'Exposition. This one block street has several small restaurants where you can get fix price meals from around 90f to 150F. You may need reservations for some, so call first.
 
Aug 19th, 1998, 06:41 PM
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Listen to Lou - but, do wander all over the area surrounding Rue Cler. One of our most memorable dining experiences in Paris was at Auberge du Champs de Mars on Rue de l'Exposition (and, incredibly, the least expensive). The word is out though (even Rick Steves), so do reserve ahead. We also loved wandering up and down Rue St. Dominique between Ave. de la Bourdonnais and Blvd. La Tour Maubourg. Quintessential Paris! You will be very pleased with Le Tourville, four stars at three star prices. Not to be missed is a moonlight stroll across Pont Alexandre III past Eglise du Dome and back to the hotel.
 
Jul 29th, 1999, 04:34 AM
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For Don & Larisa.
 
Jul 29th, 1999, 05:45 AM
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Good feedback. Thanks, Topper.
 
Jul 29th, 1999, 02:01 PM
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We cannot decide whether to stay at Tourville (we have reserved on of the 4 rooms with a terrace) or at its sister property on the 8th, Lavoisier Opera. It was just written up in the August edi. Travel & Leisure and sounds wonderful! Any comments will be appreciated!

Merci mille!
 
Jul 29th, 1999, 07:13 PM
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Does Hotel LeTourville have a website?
 
Jul 29th, 1999, 08:16 PM
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Yes. The are several other good points of reference. Here are a few that I am aware of;
The hotel's home page: http://www.small-hotel.com/tourville/index.html#RATES

The Paris Hotel listing: http://www.paris-hotel.com/files/aphs_vis.taf?quartier=3&prix=&type=chd&pos=12&langue=gb

France.com hotel listing and review: http://digital.france.com/hotels/hoteldetails.ihtml?HotelID=83

Fodor's Travel highly recommended list: http://www.fodors.com/search/51aef44b091fadd35e8aad496954cf9f.html

Hotel Boulevard listing: http://www.hotelboulevard.com/hotels/h.asp?code=7005

 

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