How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Residence Imperiale Paris
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... waiting for us inside. She quickly came down and showed us the ropes of the apartment. Con: Elevator is broken. Pro: The window opens up to the majestic 13th century Saint-Eustache church where Louis XIV took his communion. Con: It also opens up to the Chatelet Metro and Les Halles RER (light rail) stations that have a ton of foot traffic and is currently under major construction (as of July 2015). Pro: Overall a good little place. ...
... a mini cornichon = a NY hotdog?
Today it is still too cool to sit out on the balcony. I stand at the kitchen window window watching the gardeners transplanting seedlings from the green house into beds as I sip left over Cote du Rhone and nibble on the remnants of cheese and baguette. And Gary concocts a rich chicken stock to be the base for a lentil soup ...
... worked so hard to negotiate for in Fes, we pushed back on checking the bag. But once my sister started to argue back the agent became more unyielding, so we explained that what was in the bag was fragile and it should be marked as such.
We left the ticket counter with a bad taste in our mouths, but since the rest of the experience with Air France was amazing we were willing to let the stubbornness of one agent roll off our backs. Other than the standard ...
... is Hungarian royalty?? Just got back to our room to freshen up and found four swans right outside our window, just in case France wasn't beautiful enough... Returned to boat and set sail. Enjoyed another delicious lunch and went to the top deck to practice our putting or as they say, "puting" and before we knew it, we were already in Macon, which is (I know this is going to be a real shocker) another picturesque little French town. We decided to take the bicycle trip along the river ...
... what numbers were around on Friday and Saturday evenings.
We then had quite a bit of down time in our room, as it started raining heavily and we started preparation for our departure to Munich next day. About 8pm we went to the OZ bar for tea. Kate had a kilogram and I a half of chicken wings, which were lovely. Kate never finished hers. Jackie had a nice steak and a combination of meals. Then it was off to our rooms for an early ...