Tourisme Hotel, Paris
Reviews - Tourisme Hotel
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- Age Group: 31 - 40
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Cute and Convenientfrom MDL_81
If your staying for the night a good placefrom amatra
We had the more expensive room which was a corner room for €87 - which was fine, didn't hear any noise, but we had the windows closed and we were facing a busy street, we had aircon but didn't use it. Our friends had the room beside us for €77 which had a double (no aircon and with the window open was quite noisy) and single bed and my parents and sister had a triple for €97.
The lift is an experience, and my 13 year old sister thought it was a highlight, not sure my mother thought so though.
We didn't eat breakfast at the hotel, but just past Monoprix, there is a great bolangerie where we bought up wonderful pastries for 7 of us for the same price as breakfast for one at the hotel.
We normally stay in a hotel around the corner in a side street, which has a lot more character (but they were booked up, and they are slightly cheaper). It appears they are in the midst of renovating, as our room was much nicer than the other two. and the first floor was covered in painters draps.
Great area to stay in, great shopping street , great for food though make sure you book! and just around the corner from the Eiffel Tower. The no. 6 line is currently being renovated, but two other lines come through and the next station is only a short walk away.
Great Locationfrom OceanfrontSanDiego
Overall the room was basic, good air-conditioning, quiet (windows closed), great location, and friendly accommodating staff. The elevator is very small. One large bag and maybe a small person to accompany it is all it will fit.
Location and Valuefrom Raahi
But the location can't be beat. Steps to the Metro (connects to two lines and takes you to all the sights). Leisurely walk to the Eiffel Tower. Restaurants and cafes next door, selfhelp laundry around the corner (Grenelle Ave), Montpelier (dept store) at the corner...
Skip Batobus for sightseeing and either do the hoponhopoff bus or better yet, take the Metro everywhere (buy the day pass). Buy the Museumpass for 2 days - its the best value!
Enjoy the streetside crepes.
Great value and locationfrom treeman
very nice and excellent cost/benefitfrom bini
Hotel was acceptablefrom A TripAdvisor Member
Great price, room, and locationfrom whimsyk
Our room was clean and nicely sized. I was amazed at the bathroom! So shiny and clean! A little cramped for 2 people standing around but why would you do that anyway? I choosed the bathtub room instead of the shower so I don't know how the shower room was like. Bathtub room costed extra, around 10 Euro (I forgot) but was worth it. At first I was worried about the window in our room since it faced the busy street and was on the second floor. The metro station was our view sadly and I feared that it would be a loud night but when the windows were closed, it was so quiet! And there's a wonderful AC in the room that we used. I never heard a peep from any other rooms from the hotel and the bed was veery comfortable after a long day of walking.
Only negative thing about the hotel is that they have 1 lift/elevator which is sooooooo small! I'm glad we were on the second floor so we just took the stairs instead of the cramped elevator. only 1 person with 1 luggage case could fit. Also the towels weren't changed regularly (although we only stayed 2 nights)and the toilet paper wasn't refilled so we had to get our own. still, I really enjoyed my stay at this hotel. If you want a good location with low cost, Hotel Tourisme would be a great place to stay.
Very good for 80 Eurosfrom A TripAdvisor Member
Room has desk with drawers, chair, night stands and luggage stand. Small closet for hanging items. Room was made up daily, unsure if the sheets were changed or if the bed was just made...Fresh towels daily.
Great locations 10 min walk to Eiffel Tower. Metro Stop with easy transfers to other lines (La Motte Piquet-Grenelle) 50 feet from Hotel door. Large outdoor market Wednesday and Sunday on Blvd de Grenelle, 1/2 block from hotel. Not too touristy, quiet at night in neighborhood.
Internet in room for 5 Euro/day. Or in lobby computer 2 euro for 20 minutes. They also have wireless in the lobby, but it wasn't working when we were there. We would stay again.
good locationfrom A TripAdvisor Member
VIEWS! Though the Tower is less than 2 blocks away, you can not see it from the
hotel. We stayed in March and unfortunately they were working on the hotel (in
the room right across the hall from us) and neglected to mention it to us. We
awoke for a week to pounding hammers, loud radios, loud workers, and saws. The
staff is helpful, but not friendly at all. The breakfast was really expensive
considering that the MCDonalds across the street had the same thing (bagettes,
croissants, coffee and tea) for only 3 euros while the hotel was charging 5
euros. It was ok since we didn't spend much time at the hotel, but I don't
think I will be returning to this hotel.
Top Local Tips for Paris
Going in Winter is Great! We went to Paris at the beginning of January. The weather was cold, which was expected, but I was prepared with leggings I wore underneath my jeans and I was fine. Being from Texas, cold weather is not something I will ever get used to, but I would go to Paris in the winter again. There are fewer people at all the tourist places and the prices for hotels and airfare are cheaper. The only thing that I was disapointed about was that none of the fountains around the city are on. They are only on in the summer months. That was my only complaint about going in the winter. P.S. Get Museum passes from the airport when you go. They are a bit pricey, but you save money and you don't have to wait in line at every attraction to buy tickets!
10 trips ticket the choise for the 10 trips tickek for the metro could a good hint
Underground passes & Museum Pass The underground had me a little confused at first. You receive a packet of info when you purchase the passes, but the ticket itself is a small rectangular ticket that slips into a black sleeve. You have to sign it and date it. Museum passes. I think the 2-day pass is the best deal. Note it also gets you to the top of the Arch de Triumph with it as well. Lots of steps, but there is a small 2 person elevator tucked away. We showed our passes to the lift operator and were wisked to the top. Maybe they let us on because we had the museum passes. Nobody else was using it. I just don't know, but was grateful.
Other names for Tourisme Hotel
- tourisme hotel paris
- Address: 66 Avenue la Motte-Picquet - Paris - 75015 - France
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