Hotel Le M
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Le M Paris
When we arrived around 11 am and there were no rooms available. Although we were exhausted from our red-eye flight in from New York it was understandable and the front desk took our luggage and recommended some great places to eat while we waited.
Now being a travel agent I had emailed their reservations manager and they offered a free buffet breakfast (was a 20 EUR value) which when I mentioned was already known. To my added surprise they upgraded me to the best room category and gave my guest and I a welcome letter and each a free flute of champagne. We stayed there for 2 nights at $190 EUR/night (which was below average for most other reputable hotel chains).
The room was quaint but beautifully updated with a large, clean bathroom. I was surprised at how small the bathtub was but figured it was probably standard for Europe. Service and accommodations well exceeded my expectations!!
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... LOTS of art shops. We finally found a cafe that didn't have meals that only millionaires could afford and ate at 2:30 in the afternoon. After that we caught the Batobus back to the Eiffel tower to see is the lines had died down but they hadn't so we went to a market near it and me and Ben bought a T-shirt there. We were going to wait till it was night time to see all the lights but it was to cold and I was only in a T-shirt so we went home. ...
... so lucky to score exit row seats, so we had space in the front of our seating, and you could just stand up without ******* anybody else off! The toilet was close by, and with no squeezing past someone to get out of your seat, you could move around and actually stretch out and pretend you were in the pointy end of the plane, kind of!! If you have the chance, definitely pay that bit extra if you can get these on a long haul flight!
Our first leg was ...
... off the mountain it was off to Notre Dame...the Parisians sure know how to build, there are not enough adjectives to describe this church, the history and age associated with it for us little Aussies is hard to comprehend. Rumour has it the crown of thorns is displayed at Notre Dame and it was pointed out to us and no photos the guide said, rubbish says Alan and clicked away at the churches most prized possession.
We had lunch at a very typical cafe ...
... scenes from various eras, although most seemed to be show the early 1900s. My favorite were the rooms that were set up showing Louis XVI's room and others of this period. I was ready to cuddle up in one of the satin sheet beds as they were tres petite! I loved the bright blue of one room and the equally bright yet soft yellow of another, all with warm maple colored wood furniture, and yes, satin, shiny floral fabrics cushioned the chairs. It was no Mercure with a view ...
... our own. I took off my shoes and dangled my feet over the edge of the concrete 'river bank' wishing I could dangle them in the water. I think we're getting the hang of this 'Paris in the summer' thing: 1. Do the touristy stuff early in the morning 2. Eat from the delicious ethnic food stalls, not the cafés 3. Buy your wine and beer from the grocery store and go sit in the beautiful park nearby. There's nothing to buy in the park so the tourists are few and far ...