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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
I'm looking for some help trying to find a nice, but reasonable hotel for 2 nights in central Paris nearby the Eifel tower or Arc de Triumph, or alternatively near Disneyland Paris.

Going at the end of November, and have flights booked so just really looking for hotel deals. Has anyone spotted any great deals recently?

Open to other locations in Paris if you've been there and have some hot tips?

Any help appreciated as I'm lost on these hotel websites
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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#1
personally, I would try ur best to go for a disney hotel. if you look on the website they are not too bad. If you are going to disneyland I would definately try and stay at a hotel, as it makes the experience 10 times better.
#2
don't forget tripadvisor website for any potential hotel reviews
#3
Sorry should have said, we're not planning on spending the time in Disney as want to explore a bit of Paris, but we might go to the park on one of the days, maybe? Would you still recomend the park hotels? I heard there is a train station near the park entrance to get to Central Paris.
banned#4
There is a train station right outside of the Disney park into the centre of Paris. We got a one day pass for €12.50 and you can use it as much as you want. If you get off the metro at Charles De Gaulle Etoile then you will be right next to the Arc D'Triomphe and about 15 mins walk from the EIffel Tower
#5
Why not try priceline.co.uk. You can usually specify what area you would like to stay in.
Have a good trip
#6
I am just back from my frist trip to Paris.
I stayed at Terminus Orléans.

http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g187147-d529697-Reviews-Terminus_Orleans-Paris_Ile_de_France.html

I booked at:

http://www.venere.com/home/

I think the reviews speak for themselves.

Metro and Trams outside door.

You can buy tickets from ticket machine at tram stop or at counter in Metro Station.
Be sure to buy 10 at €11.40.

Have a good trip.
#7
Yellow Dog
I am just back from my frist trip to Paris.
I stayed at Terminus Orléans.

http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g187147-d529697-Reviews-Terminus_Orleans-Paris_Ile_de_France.html

I booked at:

http://www.venere.com/home/

I think the reviews speak for themselves.

Metro and Trams outside door.

You can buy tickets from ticket machine at tram stop or at counter in Metro Station.
Be sure to buy 10 at €11.40.

Have a good trip.


I to have just got back and you dont realy need to worry about been close to a certain places
as the metro underground system is fantastic I stayed just east of the centre and it took me a bout half a hour on the RER A to get to disney land
#8
I stayed in a gorgeous hotel a few years ago, st germain area and it was what id say 4 star though wasnt rated at that, if you give me til tomorrow i'll look up the name, it was local to everything and faultless. hth
banned#9
snowflake;3428139
I stayed in a gorgeous hotel a few years ago, st germain area and it was what id say 4 star though wasnt rated at that, if you give me til tomorrow i'll look up the name, it was local to everything and faultless. hth

I'd be interested in the name too thanks
banned#10
BTW, under no circumstances go near the Stade de France. The area is awfully run down and poverty stricken. We felt very threatened by the locals and got out of there fast.
#11
Hiya, I stayed in Paris last year and before I went I worried that our hotel wasn't near enough the 'big sights' like the eiffel tower or arc de triomphe etc - but I needn't have worried. If you're looking for a well-priced hotel you're not going to find it in the centre of Paris near the eiffel tower, not a chance. Everything around there is like 4 or 5 stars and VERY expensive. But trust me when I tell you that you don't need to be in the 'centre' because the train service is so amazing and reliable. You don't use timetables, you just go into the station and you'll never wait more than a few minutes for a train to your destination. Also keep in mind that Paris is a big place - even if you're beside the Eiffel tower, you'll still use the train system to go to the louve or moulin rouge or whatever - so why not stay in one of the Paris districts? You'll save yourself a few hundred quid on the hotel and will literally be spending only an extra five minutes or so on the train!!
I stayed in the Quality Inn in La Defense - can't tell you how much it is cos I booked it as a package. It was a small room I had but I spent my days out sightseeing so I didn't care at all. I was concerned about using the trains but they are so easy you get the hang of it in no time. : )

I hope you enjoy Paris - it's one of my favourite places in the world, utterly fabulous. Have a ball!
banned#12
80s Child;5547302
Hiya, I stayed in Paris last year and before I went I worried that our hotel wasn't near enough the 'big sights' like the eiffel tower or arc de triomphe etc - but I needn't have worried. If you're looking for a well-priced hotel you're not going to find it in the centre of Paris near the eiffel tower, not a chance. Everything around there is like 4 or 5 stars and VERY expensive. But trust me when I tell you that you don't need to be in the 'centre' because the train service is so amazing and reliable. You don't use timetables, you just go into the station and you'll never wait more than a few minutes for a train to your destination. Also keep in mind that Paris is a big place - even if you're beside the Eiffel tower, you'll still use the train system to go to the louve or moulin rouge or whatever - so why not stay in one of the Paris districts? You'll save yourself a few hundred quid on the hotel and will literally be spending only an extra five minutes or so on the train!!
I stayed in the Quality Inn in La Defense - can't tell you how much it is cos I booked it as a package. It was a small room I had but I spent my days out sightseeing so I didn't care at all. I was concerned about using the trains but they are so easy you get the hang of it in no time. : )

I hope you enjoy Paris - it's one of my favourite places in the world, utterly fabulous. Have a ball!

They've probably been by now :w00t:

Totally agree about the metro and staying at La Defense, I did the same and no complaints at all. Love Paris, especially in August as most of the French leave for the South ;-)

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