Hotel Le Villiers
No prices 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 Le Villiers
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Le Villiers Paris
Great location. Small hotel, but nice, clean, modern rooms.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Le Villiers Paris
Travel Blogs from Paris
By Thursday, we had seen most of the sights at the top of our lists, so we spent the day at a couple of smaller museums that caught our interest: Rodin and Picasso. It is pretty easy to get sick of museums after seven days of touring, but these were worth the effort. In case you don't know, Rodin is a French sculptor best known for The Thinker. He did much more. It is all pretty breathtaking. The Thinker was originally supposed to be a much smaller ...
... 8226; street markets on near the eiffel tower - had a granita and looked through the souvenir shop • went to the top part where you overlook the eiffel tower for photos etc • sat on the steps and watched a hip hop group do some breakdancing etc - quite a few people watching • waited around till dark to see the lights on the eiffel tower - looked great at night! • taxi back to hotel for an early night before ...
... there were real Parisiens and not tourists. Unfortunately the best looking places had long line ups, so as we passed a Vietnamese restaurant, we stopped in. It was about 2:30 by this time. Appetizers were as good as any we had in Vietnam, and my beef dish was great. Brian' s curry was not spicy enough for him but tasty anyway. By the time we finished, it had started to pour so we headed home for an afternoon of reading. Off to a local tonight for dinner
That's it for ...
... to the top floor rewarded me with lots of artistic inspiration!
Then we walked to Montmartre and Sacre Coeur. Lunch in a sidewalk cafe was enjoyable thanks to some overhead heaters and the purchase of a hat and scarf for Lars.
We loved seeing the holiday light on Champs Elysees as well as the Christmas markets.
Paris is always a magical city but during the Christmas season she pulls out all the stops!
... of Bordeaux red. Big mistake when we were so jet lagged!! After lunch we dragged ourselves over to the Eiffel Tower, wandered down to the river and also through the Champs du Mars, which is the park underneath and around the Eiffel. We couldn't stand up any longer and went back and slept for an hour, to try and revive ourselves!!
Getting up and pushing through the jet lag, ignoring Bairdy's swollen ankles and knees, we had some more wine at a cafe ...