Paris Hotels in Morais

Old Jan 11th, 2008, 02:44 PM
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Paris Hotels in Morais

I'm planning on going to Paris towards the end of the month. Traveling alone. My friends are suggesting the Morais area. Can you please suggest some hotels in the area? Thank you.
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Old Jan 11th, 2008, 02:53 PM
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Do a search here for marais (note the correct spelling) and hotel and you should find a bunch of ideas.

One that people here seem to like is Jeanne d'Arc. I've never stayed there but I read about it here. have fun in Paris!
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Do you have a price range in mind?
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Old Jan 13th, 2008, 05:18 AM
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I believe there are some hotels described on that site... then you can 'search' here for comments (or post about specific hotels),and also read reviews at, and perhaps on
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In 1999 we stayed at the Caron de Beaumarchais. Small rooms, but charming and reasonably priced at the time. Good location, on edge of Marais district and walking distance to Notre Dame.
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and an even more budget-minded hotel than the Caron, if that's what you want, is the Grand Hotel Jeanne d'Arc. I haven't stayed there, but it is very popular.
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We are going for my daughter's birthday in mid-February. We are staying at the Citadines - Marais for 98 Euros per night.

We really like this type of hotel since it has a small kitchen with a refrigerator, stove with two burners, microwave oven, dishes, glasses, tableware, corkscrew, toaster, and french press coffee maker. If you do not like to eat alone in reastaurants, then you might like cooking for yourself. A small grocery store, a great boulangerie, a Picard frozen food store, and a wonderful market (seafood, vegetables, and other items) are just steps away.

The staff is fluent in English; there is one computer with free internet available to guests; there is a laundry on premises.

The location is great - Chemin Vert is the nearest metro and Bastille is also quite close.
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