We just returned from our trip to France and I wanted to recommend the Beaugency Hotel in Paris. The hotel staff is friendly and helpful, rooms clean and bright. Our room faced the inner courtyard and was very quiet. Location is close to the Eiffel Tower, Seine River, metro stop and, best of all, the Rue Cler. The Rue Cler is a street full of restaurants and street markets, and is so convenient for a quick breakfast or late snack. If we return to Paris, we will stay here again.
I know this is a dumb American question but do they have hair dryers in the rooms?
A good question, and yes, they do have hairdryers.
My husband and I stayed at the Beaugency Hotel in Paris, as well. The Rue Clear area is very nice and casual. We enjoyed our stay very much. Very nicely located to the Eiffel Tower, the river, as well as a short walk of maybe a block to the metro and bus stops. Wonderful resturants in the area. We would stay again.
Ummm. I was there at the end of July. The three drunk,fighting homeless people laying about in the nearby alley really added to the charm of the hotel. Maybe it is a way for the people of the Rue Cler area to get rid of the Rick Lemmings flocking there. It has certainly put me off.
I've stayed here twice and would return. It's possible to run into three drunk homeless men fighting anywhere in the world. Don't condemn a hotel or area for one instance of your disappointment.
Wow, Phillip. Claws in this time. I have stayed here twice. First time as part of a RS tour (two years ago) and it was a fine place to stay, simple and clean. The area seemed cute and charming. The second time, with the drunk, fighting, homeless people that I had to pass by for three days (in broad daylight) in order to walk to the Rue Cler area I was a bit apprehensive, feared a little for my safety and was not impressed. The people from the local bakery and close by cafés kept a wary eye on them. I won't stay here again. This was my experience and I thought that I was allowed to share it here on this forum.
I think this is the hotel the RS BOE 21 day tour occupies.....I'm very excited for the location. We'll be staying our two extra nights post-tour at a hotel even closer to the Eiffel Tower...now I'm wondering if we should have chosen one in a different area just to get a feel for another side of Paris.