Paris Hotels for 3 adults

Old Apr 3rd, 2011, 09:52 AM
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Paris Hotels for 3 adults

I'm going to Paris this fall with 2 girlfriends and we'd like to stay in one room. We would like a 3 star hotel. Does anyone have a recommendation? merci!
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Old Apr 3rd, 2011, 09:55 AM
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How long will you be there? I would consider an apartment.
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Old Apr 3rd, 2011, 10:18 AM
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If you've been to Paris before, and if you're staying for a few days, an apartment might be nice. For a first trip, I recommend a hotel. It's always nice to have hotel staff to help you with arrangements. We like to stay in the 6th - centrally located, lots of good restaurants and cafes nearby and lively but not noisy. Our favorite hotel is the Hotel des Saints-Peres on the Rue des Saints-Peres:

http://www.paris-hotel-saints-peres.com/en/
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Old Apr 3rd, 2011, 11:04 AM
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Hi G,

If you could bring yourselves to stay at a mere **,
http://www.hotelbonaparte.fr/ang/reservation.php has triples for 166E + 5E pp for bkfst.

You can have bkfst in the room or downstairs.

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We had a triple room facing the street at the Bonaparte.The room was quite roomy.Breakfast is not included anymore on the room price.it will cost 8Euro.

The hotel is not fancy, but is clean and very, very safe.
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Old Apr 4th, 2011, 12:34 PM
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Thanks for your advice. I will check out the hotels you mentioned. I actually rent an apt. in the Marais when I go to Paris but i'm bringing a couple of neighbors and we'll be in Paris only 2 nights before going south. I found a hotel Best Western Saint GErmain which is on l'ancienne comedie and it's 320 euros per night including breakfast. So if i can find something less expensive, we'd all have more money for more croissants! merci
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Here are some popular hotels (read reviews...)

http://www.hotelagorasaintgermain.com/rates.html
Triple 249€

http://www.hotelgrandsbalcons.com/
Triple 222€

http://www.hotelparismuguet.com/rates.html
Triple 200€
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If you would want a bit fancier hotel, but still with affordable rates, Select Hotel has triples from EUR 232. The hotel is overlooking a quiet little square in otherwise busy Latin Quarter.
http://paris-hotel-select.com
You should check the rates for your exact dates though, as fall - from early september - is getting busy and prices are higher. Some hotels and some dates are already booked out.
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Les Gobelins! See my review.
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