Relais Akena Melun Senart
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Relais Akena Melun Senart Paris
Travel Blogs from Paris
... to re-emerge once they had left. It was a side of Paris I had not seen 20 years ago as a young backpacker - amazing.
The gig was our most supported and best of the tour in my view. May be the vodka talking. But I had a lot of fun in front of a 100-150 strong vocal crowd, who were dancing and egging us on.
Also got to meet long time correspondent ...
... will go back to the other hotel tomorrow. I am not really sure if it is the hotels fault or BLTs, but either way, we were really annoyed about it all. I am really proud of myself though. Even with the lack of sleep, I still didn’t have tears! Yeay!!!
Right now we are chilling out in the room, trying to fight off the tiredness and watching French TV. It is 8.30pm, but still light outside. Weird!! I can’t say that I ...
... free, which made it very easy to relax and read books instead of work online, and the time I spent at the Public Library in the afternoons I used to post on Facebook because it's quicker.
So here I am, happily ensconced in my own living room in Walla Walla finishing up my travel journal. Please forgive my untimeliness as I tell this last story.
It's always a bit of trial and error for us to choose a place to eat when traveling ...
... reservations. On our 4th attempt, we settled on a brasserie that had a tiny space for us. Some of the table configurations here would make your head spin! You'll also have to ask one of us about our crazy table neighbor. Very good people watching! The aforementioned wandering tallied to another 8.5 miles today! (73.5 miles if you're counting with us!!) Happy Easter to all! More following our final full day ...
... was renovated and brought to its current grand size. Louis XIV actually abandoned the expansion of the Louvre in favor of his newly renovated pet project called the Palace of Versailles and so for many years it actually sat unfinished until it was officially opened as a public museum in 1793, one year after the collapse of the French Monarchy. The Louvre as we know it today underwent a massive renovation in the late 1980’s which gave us the glass pyramids that are ...
Other places to stay in Paris
Opéra, Paris | Hostelfrom $46
- Pretty Good
- Nice location, rooms ok
- Unforgettable days in Pari…
Montparnasse, Paris | Hostelfrom $17
Popincourt, Paris | 1 star hostelfrom $61
Buttes-Montmartre, Paris | Hostelfrom $50
- Great place
Panthéon, Paris | Hostelfrom $47
- Great times and great peop…
- First night
Chinatown, Paris | Hostelfrom $40
- weekend stop
Eiffel Tower/Trocadero/Invalides, Paris | Hostelfrom $42
- The best first hostel expe…
Bastille, Paris | Hostelfrom $62
- Worst Hostel
- Kinda dirty
Eiffel Tower/Trocadero/Invalides, Paris | Hostelfrom $26
- Paris a HostelNice and cle…
Gare du Nord, Paris | Hostelfrom $62
48 rue Rodier, Paris | Hostelfrom $60
- friendly and good location
Parc des Buttes Chaumont, Paris | Hostelfrom $69
- Top hotel
Montmartre, Paris | Hostelfrom $40
- Unfriendly staff, unclean …
Belleville/Pere-Lachaise, Paris | Hostelfrom $27
Bastille, Paris | Hostelfrom $13
Marais, Paris | Hostelfrom $36
Bastille, Paris | Hostelfrom $51
- All good
- Cheap. Clean. And near the…
- Would definitely stay here…
Louvre/Opera, Paris | Hostelfrom $51
Bastille, Paris | Hostelfrom $257
Bastille, Paris | Hostel
- Good place for cheap
Latin Quarter, Paris | Hostelfrom $45
Old Town/Hotel Circle, Paris | Hostel
- Not great but not bad
- Only if you can't find any…