Paris hotel recommendations

Old Jul 18th, 2006, 02:04 PM
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Paris hotel recommendations

Hello!

I will be in Paris for 5 nights and am looking to spend around 80-120 Euro per night for a hotel. I would like to ideally stay in and/or around the 3eme, 4eme, or 5eme arrondissements.

I was interested in staying at the Hotel Louvre-France, Parc St. Severin or Hotel St. Louis but they are all booked.

Any recommendations would be much appreciated. Also, if anyone has any insider info on any of the following hotels, I would really appreciate that as well (I have already read up about them on tripadvisor, etc.):

Hotel Albion France
Hotel Caron de Beaumarchais
Hotel Langlois
Timhotel Jardin des Plants
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Old Jul 18th, 2006, 04:32 PM
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You realize that the Langlois isn't in the districts you mention, but it's in the 9th?

At the Beaumarchais, rooms are very small (not unusual in Paris.)
The rooms facing the front are usually larger; the rear room I was in was very narrow and faced only a dark courtyard. The bathroom was very tiny.
Great location.
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Old Jul 19th, 2006, 12:04 AM
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We loved Hotel Langlois.
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Old Jul 19th, 2006, 06:46 AM
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Yes, I realize the Langlois (as well as the France Albion) are not in the districts I mentioned but those hotels themselves were ones that I noticed online as being afordable, safe, etc.

That being said, does anyone know is the hotel Le Loiret changed names recently to Hotel Louvre Bons Enfants?

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Old Jul 19th, 2006, 07:26 AM
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We stayed at the Langois and it is wonderful. Just remember that Paris is connected with a fablulous metro system so no matter where you stay, you can get anywhere in the city in minutes.
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According to the hotel listing on these sites, the name has changed, as you say...
http://www.france-hotel-guide.com/h75001bonsenfants.htm

http://www.parishotels.com/Hotel_Lou...)_star_en.html
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Old Jul 19th, 2006, 07:58 AM
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Thank you travelnut - i was getting really confused with the le Loiret/Louvre Bons Enfants issue.

Also - thanks everyone for the rec's and reviews - I really appreciate it.

My last question: I have heard back from the Caron de Beaumarchais (which is at the higher end of our budget. Do you think I should take the room or should I wait on the Hotel Andrea Rivoli?

Sorry for all of the questions, as you can see I am very indecisive!
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