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Paris-Hotel Saint Paul or Hotel des Deux-Iles

Old Jan 11th, 2007, 08:32 AM
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Paris-Hotel Saint Paul or Hotel des Deux-Iles

will be in Paris 2 maybe 3 nights. Want a good location but also "old world charm". These two hotels look like what I want, but would like more info or photos if anyone has any. thanks
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Old Jan 11th, 2007, 11:09 AM
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Hi cindy,

Could you post links to both of these hotels? Maybe even people who haven't stayed there can then take a quick look and give you an opinion. But I think I've heard these hotels mentioned here before, so hopefully you'll get some first hand accounts.
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Old Jan 11th, 2007, 11:55 AM
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The Deux Iles is nicely located on the Ile St. Louis. The hotel room we had was simply furnished but comfortable; the bathroom should be remodeled though as it is showing signs of age.



The St. Paul I've never stayed at but the location is good for the Latin Quarter even though it's in the 6th district.

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Old Jan 11th, 2007, 11:58 AM
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help! Cindy's been trying to get feedback on these hotels for a while...

Hotel Saint Paul:

http://www.parisby.com/saintpaul/pages/apart.htm

Hotel des Deux Iles:

http://www.deuxiles-paris-hotel.com/...-hotel-01.html

I'm not crazy about the rooms at Deux Iles at all, although people really like that location. The Saint Paul rooms are a bit bright for my taste, but a few of them look quite nice. I imagine I might like their attic rooms.
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for phots of the hotel Saint-Paul, you can also see there http://www.nyceparis.com/accommodati...-homepage.html The Hotel castex near Notre Dame is also very nice http://www.nyceparis.com/accommodati...-homepage.html
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There is more than one Hotel Saint Paul, by the way - St Germain and Marais...
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The location in St. Germain is called Hotel Saint Paul. The other one is called Hotel Saint Paul Le Marais.
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Does anyone have alternate suggestions for Cindy if you're not crazy about these two particular hotels?

Sorry, wish I could be more helpful, the only hotel I've stepped into in Paris is this one -- I thought it was very cute and a good rate. Near excellent buslines and the metro is 5 min away.

Hotel Saintonge

http://www.france-hotel-guide.com/h75003stonge.htm
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