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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
We have managed to book cheap flights to Paris for the end of September. Does anyone know of a decent but not pricey hotel in central Paris? We have never been before and do not want to get stuck out in the back of beyond.
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
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#1
There is a hotel chain which has hotels called formula 1.
[url]www.hotelformule1.com[/url]
They have a basic style-see their video clip,and you can get a tripleroom in paris etc for £25-£35 a night,depending on which hotel you choose. Other cities are even cheaper.
This is phenomal price for Paris. I stayed at one of them,which is near to the metro and a ride in. I stayed at porte du chatillon one- which is near the porte du chatillon metro .There is also the one at montreuill which might be worth a look too. You can book it and reserve it and cancel up to 24 hours before with no charge. I am going away in a couple of days myself so i may not be able to respond after that,for a few days. They are not on any of the comparison sites because they are so cheap they just sell themselves.Part of the Accor hotel chain-they also have different types of hotel within that company.

I have used a few of these-but I also have more expensive tastes- staying in a four star hotel next week-and I can tell you that hotel is basic but great location for the metro and quick access,and an absolute steal.I actually chose that particular one because it was easy to drive to.



A good way of finding a hotel is to use travelsupermarket-but ONLY select the hotels that have a Frommers review (you will see the frommes logo next to the hotel name) .That will pretty quickly eliminate the crummy ones. Otherwise ,which ever hotel you choose,dont forget to google tripadviser,then the hotel name. You can further check out a bit more info on the hotel in question with Venere who give a ranking out of ten,plus one for noise levels (always worth checking out before you book).

[url]www.hotelscomparison.com[/url] is always worth a double check on your chosen hotel,for price,as is tripadviser itself who also include expedia (dont forget some hotel booking sites give up to 7 percent off though quidco too ie expedia)

Paris is divided into arrondisments and the 5th and 7th are popular as is the marais area.
Hotel muguet seems ok maybe.
#2
Hiya we went a few weeks ago and stayed at the hotel lutetia, it wasnt the cheapest by any stretch but it was really nice and handy for the metro and also not too far to walk for the water buses too, if you need any help on what to do when your there etc just drop me a note and ill let you in on what we learned, hey and dont be scared of the trains, they are brilliant!!!!
We got our hotel by booking direct and was a good deal considering the level of the hotel, location and size of the rooms, for paris they were ginormous, well for most cities actually.
#3
Went over bank holiday weekend and managed to get Hilton Paris (right next to Eiffel Tower) for £65 a night on priceline. Taxes etc meant it came to £140 for a 2 night stay.
#4
Location is as important as price...work out what you want to do and then check out hotels by arrondissement (1e, 2e, 4e, 5e, 6e, 8e are favourites).

Bon Voyage!
#5
ferdy147
Went over bank holiday weekend and managed to get Hilton Paris (right next to Eiffel Tower) for £65 a night on priceline. Taxes etc meant it came to £140 for a 2 night stay.

you got into Paris Hilton for 65 quid, bargain!!! I bet she was good!!! hahaha
#6
markhodges1975
you got into Paris Hilton for 65 quid, bargain!!! I bet she was good!!! hahaha


Lol....and i purposely worded it Hilton Paris! Besides i wouldn't waste £65 on that!

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