triple rooms in Paris and London

Old Aug 3rd, 2002, 04:14 PM
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Casey
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triple rooms in Paris and London

Hi,
I am trying to plan a trip for myself, my 12 year old daughter and my 19 year old son for Thanksgiving week to Paris and London from Boston.
I have noticed that alot of the "Discount Fares" expire 10/31/02.
When do the "winter deals" become available?
Should I wait- or book now?
I am having trouble finding triple rooms.
Any suggestions?
Like everyone else- I want the nicest place for the least amount of money....
At least 3 star- though I would rather 4 star and want to keep it under $200 per night.????
I imagine that it is off season then?
Any advise is appreciated!
Thanks,
Casey
 
Old Aug 3rd, 2002, 04:46 PM
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Jim Rosenberg
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I would wait for better fares. There are traditionally some very good deals to Europe from early November through mid-December. Don't pull the trigger just yet or you're going to feel bad when you see them show up later.
 
Old Aug 3rd, 2002, 05:39 PM
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ger
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Casey:

I have stayed at the Home Plazza Bastille a couple of times and can recommend it as decent 3* (nothing fancy)in a great area close to the Place de Voges in the Marais:
http://www.homeplazza.com/siteenanglais/index1.htm

I have not stayed at the following, but they might suit your needs:
http://www.apartmenthotels.com/index.htm


Good luck with your search.
 
Old Aug 3rd, 2002, 05:53 PM
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cassey
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Thabk tyou!
 
Old Aug 3rd, 2002, 06:22 PM
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Mary
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Casey, Check www.gotoday.com.

They are starting to advertise their winter fares.

Mary
 
Old Aug 3rd, 2002, 06:58 PM
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Dear Casey,
I stay at the Pas de Calais 3* for 171.euro triple. The photos on the website have alot of appeal. Our room was a bit bland, but on the ground floor and right off an interior couryard. Originally they might have been service quarters because of location and simplicity. Nice size bath.
No stairs or elevator after roaming the coutryside and walking Paris was a welcome sight. 6th St.des Peres at Ste. Germain. It gets mixed reviews but I thought they were personable. Of course the no stairs and courtyard made the difference. Best Wishes S
 
Old Aug 3rd, 2002, 06:59 PM
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Dear Casey,
 
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