Hotel Residence Les Halles
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Hotel Residence Les Halles
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Residence Les Halles Paris
Travel Blogs from Paris
... of mineral water was included, all for considerably less that the cost of a Paris taxi, even under the best fare times. In the early morning the fare would have been around 60-70 Euros or more, the Uber car was 45. So far my experience with them has been very good.
My little one star hotel (one star basically means no elevator, and maybe no bathroom in the room – although I had reserved one that did have a bathroom) didn’t have a room ...
... he wasn't old enough) It was a great night,( the boys enjoyed the birds eye view)
The bus trip home was very rowdy, with us all singing anything and everything, then we took over the bar til way too late.
Tammy and Rueban were heading off to London in the morning with the tour, however needed to weigh their baggage and we had scales, so off to their room we go and off course had to help them finish their ...
... was slow for about a third of the trip, seemed to join another line, then sped up to 300 km/h for a while and powered down again... No tunnels meant my ears didn't play up with the pressure this time. You could pick the tourists because at least 4 in our group had their cameras trained on the speed indicator ready to snap when it hit 300!
We arrived to drizzle in Paris - not at all how we left it two weeks ago. Globus had a ...
After a 7.5 hour flight to Frankfurt and a 45 minute connecting flight, we finally arrived in Paris. We ended up arriving in Terminal 1 (the original terminal at CDG). After experiencing a crazy taxi ride to our hotel, we were ready to start our Parisian adventure. First stop, les halles and le centre Pompidou. We enjoyed a typical French lunch - baguette with ham and gruyere cheese. Delicious!!! We also made time for shopping. As our ...
... kids, and benches for the oldsters. As we exited the gardens, we met head-on with a procession of hundreds of young people, which turned out to be an event associated with Whit Monday. We sat by the side of the street for about 30-minutes, watching group after group carrying banners identifying various school and/or church affiliations. Several people even walked over and gave us some religious medallions!
When the procession finally passed, ...