La Maison Favart
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?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
Photos of La Maison Favart
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews La Maison Favart Paris
Travel Blogs from Paris
What a difference a day makes. Yesterday was our travel day and the best quote was from Steve, when he said "Now I know what it's like to almost get crushed to death". There was a taxi strike and the trains were a bit more crowded than normal. Today, things went very smoothly. We felt like we are now experts on the metro, at least on one of the lines. We all woke up early and got to Notre Dame to walk to the top and see the great views of ...
... we were incorrect. We pulled out Nick's tablet because he saved a google map to it, and redirected ourselves towards the restaurant. The streets were narrow but beautiful. A big change compared to the streets near the river and the Eiffel Tower. I ca't get over the style of the buidligs here. They are so pretty to look at.
We arrived at the restaurant and waited patiently to sit. Nick has been amazing at taking to people for us. ...
... scene outside the cathedral just before Christmas....can't wait to see that! Next, we found our way to the Louvre. Wasn't too sure what to expect but was once again taken back when the giant glass pyramid appears as you walk across the cobblestone courtyard through the massive archways. Now that's a museum! I headed straight to the Mona Lisa (as you do I guess?). There she was. It seemed a selfie with her in the background was ...
... on the square today. It had started pouring rain and feeling hungry it was the perfect time to get under cover. Peter and I slipped into a Cafe and enjoyed a Salad with 'Foie Gras', Prosciutto, Tomatoes and lettuce at the 'Cafe des Beaux Arts'. We then continued our walk to visit St-Eustache, which was one of many of Peter's brother Paul's recommendations. It is a piece of architectural brilliance. The Church of St Eustace, Paris is a church built ...
... to you all Le 12 juin 2013 10:23, Fiona Balfe a écrit : Chère Marie J'espère que tout va bien et nous espérons surtout que ton mère est beaucoup mieux. Tony et moi partirons Australie le premier juillet et nous arriverons à Paris deux juillet. Nous sommes maintenant très excités. Nous avons réservé tous nos hébergements. C'est notre itinéraire et nous espérons que nous pouvons vous rencontre quelque part. ...