Acacias Etoile Hotel
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... to cross under the Champs Elysees to get to our venue on the other side. That meant a 3km walk up and back to the next Metro station that was open.
Anyway, we got there only 10mins late and found JB and Rachel. Poor old JB was wearing some road rash from an accident the day before, Rachel was OK!!
Very warm evening which meant we gave the champers a real hiding until they ran out. Reasonably good food throughout the evening ...
Even had a champagne to celebrate the fact.
From here we walked over to the Arc de Triumph - another 20-30 minute walk. Found a fantastic deli called Hediard on the way where we bought lunch. They put everything in fancy little boxes and a big carry bag and hand it to you as you exit the store. Very posh.
Speaking of posh, we then found the Louis Vuitton flagship store which was over 4 floors. Just gorgeous but ...
... building. I couldn't think of a better way to finish my time in Paris.
24th of may
We checked out and headed to the train station not knowing where to go. We had a few days to kill before we had to meet Olz in Milan and Paris was far to expensive to stay so we wanted out. Bologna was were we decided to venture to so after an excruciatingly painful 9 hr wait at McDonald's we boarded the train and were ready for the next chapter in our adventure.
... to charge you 5euro for a plastic Eiffel tower key ring, eventually they would get down to 5 for 1...still didnt buy any! After a long day walking we were glad to make it back to the hostel in one piece, I think it was at this point we decided we would buy a two day train ticket to save our feet! The next day was nice and sunny so we thought going to the Eiffel tower ended up being a great idea because we could get great photos, unfortunately so did every other tourist ...
... hours to explore, the city was much larger than Brussels, so it felt just as jam-packed with destinations. Naturally, the walking tour (which really included no official plan in any way) began at the Eiffel Tower. Jean Pierre jumped for joy! It was my third time seeing this iconic construction, so I was slightly less enthused, but happy none-the-less. See? I'm even giving two thumbs up.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Small rooms, great staff. Would recommend highly.
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Very nice stay at the Hotel Acacias Etoile!!
I've been staying at the Hotel Acacias Etoile in Paris with my husband, and we had a very nice stay there. The hotel is really beautiful, we enjoyed our room, small but so nicely furnished, very charming and quiet, with free wireless internet connection! The staff was always well-meaning and helpful. And we also enjoyed a tremendous location, right next to the Arc de triomphe and the Champs Elysees!
Loved this little hotel
I stayed with my wife in an hotel near the Acacias etoile for the week-end then I came there for 4 days. It was a business stay. I really apreciate this little hotel very clean and confortable. The staff is wonderfull. They speak english, spanish, bresilian, russian and are all very helpfull and friendly. My room wasn't very large but so cute and clean. Free high speed internet in all the rooms. Also, this hotel is very near everything. Metro, shops, mounment like Ac de triomphe and champs elysees.
I will keep a very good remember of this hotel. I will hightly recommand it.
Hotel is nice and comfortable,staff realy helpful.
Location just excellent,2 min from metro,5 min to Arc,8-10 min to Champs-Élysées.
Rooms a bit small,but club twin,that we stayed ,was nice,even with bath with big french window!
good value for money.
definitely I'll recommend this hotel for everybody!
Cozy and comfortable
I have been to the Hotel Acacias Etoile two times for business.
I really loved the room, well decorated and incredibly clean.
As I had to work during my stays, I really appreciated the free access to internet in the rooms.
Yohan, Lisandro and the rest of the staff were very polite, friendly and spoked fluent English, they were very helpful by providing details directions and making suggestions for restaurants.
It is a pity I never came with my boyfriend because it is a very charming and nice hotel for couples.
Christina from California
From July 20 to 23 me and my girlfriend stayed at the Acacias Etoile in Paris. We returned on the 22nd at 11p.m. to our room and found our suitcase not in the way we have left our room. Our money was hidden under the used laundry but now we realized that 200 Euros were missing. The receptionist was not able to help us and refused to call the police. We organised our complaint at the police on our own. The next morning another receptionist told us that the chief of the hotel was absent and he has talked to the cleaning personal. They refused to have taken the money and so the incident was finished for him. The safe in our room was closed, so we could not use it. Although we know we should insist on a safe I think a little bit more cooperation of the staff would have been helpful. The person who has stolen the money is still working for the hotel.
I stayed at the Acacias for 6 nights this past July. Paris was very hot (but not as hot as Rome), and I was very glad I had booked a place with A/C (which worked well--even by American standards). Overall, it proved to be my most comfortable accommodation during my three weeks in Europe and, located only 2 blocks from the Argentine metro station(itself only 2 blocks from the Arc de Triumphe), very convenient. I averaged about 85 Euros per night and booked the room on Bookings.
I stayed here with my girlfriend for 2 nights and i am i have nothing but praise. Very friendly staff, VERY clean rooms and extremely reasonably priced. Location was perfect,very central just 2 mins walk to the arc de triumph. Very happy travellers :-)
The Acacias Etoile Hotel is located close to the Arc de Triumphe and provides an excellent base for exploring Paris during a short visit. Right beside Argentine Metro station, one stop or a 5 minute walk from Port Maillot bus station it could not be handier for travellers who fly into Beauvais Airport (RyanAir).
We stayed at this great hotel in the middle of March 2006. We would definitely recommend this hotel to people traveling to Paris.