La Villa Maillot
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... will cover the damage. Met some other Aussies at the depot and we shared a very short but expensive taxi ride to the train station.
Got to our hotel and they had no record of our booking. We showed them the booking details on the ipad and they let us stay but we had to ring Expedia in America and get them to resend the booking request. Finally got to our room and it was bliss. Nice big ...
... alternative. I drew a lock on a piece of paper, inscribed it with our initials, and tied it to a ribbon dangling from one of the existing locks.
One cannot visit France without eating and drinking, so of course our Paris also included food. I was pleased to find some gluten-free crackers and cereal with which to start my day. Well, "pleased" may be overstating the case. GF crackers are a poor substitute for flaky croissants ...
... pool in our hotel so much, but once we got her there, she enjoyed herself. We did the things everyone does at Disneyland - waited in lineups, paid a lot for mediocre food, and told ourselves it was all worth it because our kids were having fun. The highlights were riding on the roller coaster, watching the parade, and meeting the characters - especially Cinderella. It was a nice way to end the European part of our trip.
... massive fail. It seems the French only like fruit infused tea. So anyway the plan for day one was to do a self guided walking tour and see as much on foot as we could. Staying in a central location was hopefully going to make this task easy. The weather was going to be perfect, 21 degrees and no showers forecast. Mary and I took a short stroll to Notre Dame Cathedral, the architecture was amazing. As we walked into the cathedral I ...
... 45 minutes hoping that no one thinks i'm upto no good, I'm beginning to feel like thief. Since i'm considering tailgating this upper crust bourgeoisie into the confines of the building, I feel the need to explain that i'm legit. So I start babbling in French about how i've moved here 2 days ago, and I live on the 5th floor and i've forgotten my keys and could she be so polite as to tell my wife that i'm down here if she doesn't feel comfortable letting me in. She ...