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So today is our last day here in Paris....and wow it has proved to be very long.... I'm not totally sure if it's the weather, CA being sick, me being in pain from the fall or the fact that Contiki isn't dragging our butts around everywhere but a feeling of relative slothism has set over both Erica and I.... This is not to say that we haven't been …
... On-Hop Off bus which took us to all the sights one would expect to see in Paris. More photos attached. As we were not prepared for the inclement weather, our warmer clothing was limited. Hmmm, what to do? Well they say Paris is the Fashion Capital and where better to shop than on the Champs-Elysees. Tell me, is there something wrong with the picture, when I find my self carrying bags from The GAP ...
... Breathtakingly spectacular! I was able to get a few good shots before...yup....you guessed it....the Asian invasion hit! We then managed to wend our way back to the beginning of the rooms we raced through and take in the opulence and decadence of the royal apartments. After seeing this, I can better understand why the French Revolution happened. People were starving to death, and Louis and Marie were living like this. It does not matter that she never uttered those famous ...
... on the history of the Latin Quarter--its Bohemian past that served as the place for literary, science and every other kind of intellectual pursuit, as well as its status as famous refuge for ex-pats. I include in the sermon info on the Sorbonne. And knowing that Nikki had years of Latin class under her belt, i try to excite her w/ the fact that the reason it's called the Latin Quarter is because back in the day, all the intellectuals from different countries got together and ...
... we found was a LOT bigger than we realised!). Yesterday we planned to go to the Louvre but when we got there we found that it is closed on Tuesdays! So instead we went to Versailles. We pre-bought tickets (well, one ticket because I get in for free with my UK passport!) and took the train there. I am really impressed with the train system here, it's so easy to get to places as the lines are all connected. Not like Melbourne where you have to go into the centre to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
Historical Traveler Reviews All Seasons Asnieres Asnieres-sur-Seine
Little gem !
Bedrooms/bathrooms are small but rooms are spotless. Staff could not have been more helpful and buffet breakfast was excellent. 5 mins from the train station and nice bright suburban area with restaurants and shops. Would definitely stay here again as it only takes 20 mins to Paris by train/metro.
I was a student studying abroad in cambridge, england for the summer when we decided to make a quick trip to paris--that turned into a full week.
My wife and I hail from Texas, travel to Europe once a year, and stayed at the Hotel Wilson on an airline deal for a week in early November of 2005. This place is a travelers treasure, offering great service, value, and a friendly accomodating staff. The rooms are clean and much of the facility seems newly refurbished.
Stayed here for 2 nights at the end of October 05 and was pretty impressed. I based my choice on some of the reviews here. Recently the lobby and breakfast room have been refurbished to a high standard (stripped floors, flat screen TV's etc.) with a nice garden terrace area to sit in as well. They also have free internet access and I read that the hotel is WiFi enabled) Breakfast was 7-10am and the usual continental affair but very good. Rooms seem to have had a bit of a redecorate with new curtains and bed spreads. Staff on the desk were fluent and friendly and there is a luggage room to use if you have a late flight. Check in is 3pm but we turned up at noon and our room was ready. Check out is noon. Double rooms were 75 euro but you can get better deals on the web. The room was a little small but then again most seem to be in Paris. Also, you don't go to Paris to stay in the hotel all day do you? They were clean with a TV (BBC Prime and CNN are the English speaking chanels) but my only complaint was that the walls were a little thin and we could hear the (wall mounted) TV next door early in the morning. Also, for disabled travelers there is a lift to all floors but it is very small. You may just get a wheelchair in it but nobody else.
My husband and I stayed at the Hotel Wilson for 2 nights and were very impressed with the hotel. Although the room was small it was very clean and was a brilliant base for our weekend.
The breakfast was excellent and the staff friendly and helpful. Excellent train links into Paris, what more can you ask for?
The Hotel Wilson in Asninères is a fantastic place to stay to explore Paris. It's only about 3 minutes from the SNCF station in Asnières, and from there it takes about 8 minutes to reach Paris Saint Lazare train station for connections to everywhere in Paris on the métro. The hotel staff is very friendly and welcoming and the rooms, although small, are inviting and perfectly adequate with all of the basic facilities that you need. There's a smart little breakfast room with a nice buffet breakfast (probably worthwhile taking) and a small (reasonably priced) bar. The town of Asninères itself is a good place to stay as it's so near to Paris, but it has it's own good selection of bars, restaurants, cafés, shops etc. meaning you can easily spend the evening there. It takes a good hour and a half or so to reach the hotel from Paris CDG airport, and I'd recommend buying a 'Paris Visite' ticket which enables you to unlimited travel on the metro, bus, RER, local SNCF services within the Ile de France and the funicular in Montmartre, for 1,3,5 or 7 days. Buy it at the airport as soon as you arrive so as to make it really worthwhile. Overall, a great value for money hotel in a great location.
Very Small Rooms
We were at this hotel for 4 days summer 2005, the rooms was very small, and the bathroom only had a shower which has no curtin and the shower wasn't hung up it was very annoying. The bed was also very uncomfortable. The evening staff were more helpful than the day time staff and the location means that there is a train ride into the metro station. However it was clean but we wouldn't be staying here again.
after reading the reviews of this hotel we were happy with it, it sounded ok had a nice price :) and generally we were not let down
For what you pay for this hotel is good. The rooms are quite small, literally a bed and an en suite with little room anywhere else, although checking the floorplan it seems that some are bigger than others.
My husband and I have just returned from a two night stay in the Wilson Hotel. The hotel although only rating two star far outweighed this rating.
The staff were very friendly and helpful.
Although our room was small it was very clean and fresh with a nice bathroom.
The continental breakfast had a good variety.
The hotel was not in the centre of Paris but easily reached by train which only took about five minutes - a very regular service - costing 2 euros.
All in all a very pleasant hotel which my husband and I would recommend - and let me tell you we have had a few bad experiences.