Chambiges Elysees Hotel
Travel Blogs from Paris
DAY 6 - MARY'S BLOG
Today we are on our own. We started out by going to a patisserie where we had pain au chocolate, hot chocolate, and orange juice. Then went by subway to the Louvre. It was really crowded there but fortunately we had tickets so we went right in. We went first to the moat which is located under the museum and is from …
DAY 5 - PARIS DAVID'S BLOG
Today we toured France with our guide, Celine. She showed us through the streets of Paris, either by walking, bus, or subway. First she brought us to the Notre Dame Cathedral. The Cathedral is a colossal structure, one which took two centuries, and many generations of workers as well as brilliant architects to build. …
DAY 4 MARY'S BLOG
This morning we arose early as usual and packed up everything. After a hearty breakfast we were picked up by our driver and taken to St. Pancras train station to take the EuroStar to Paris. We were all quite excited. Security was minimal so we got into the station quickly. We only had a short wait until they called our …
... city and trying to see all of the major sites including Notre Dame Church, the Louvre, and of course the Eiffel Tower. We ended up at the Eiffel Tower at night the first time we saw it, which was lit up with beautiful sparkling lights that went off for the first five minutes of each hour. We also toured the "Montmartre" district which used to be the artistic center of the city where ...
... were all we felt like. Came back to the hotel to catch up with the gang over the hotel's free afternoon tea; chatted for a while, then headed out to a cafe where we got grumped at for moving some tables - even tho the waiter did it for some others! Had coffees/wines as the case may be, then strolled back to the L'A, via tomorrow night's restaurant to check our booking is there. It wasn't, but that didn't seem to matter. Ian and Chris headed to their room, while John, ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility