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Historically the central iron-clad market of Paris, Les Halles has evolved architecturally since then but the pulsating energy has stayed the same. Now it houses the main shopping mall, which nestles underground surrounded by fast-food take-aways and international restaurants coupled with beautiful churches and the old commodity exchange. Parallel to it are the high-street stores of Rue de Rivoli and just parallel to that the Seine. The area bustles with faces from all continents and all ages at all times of the day. If enjoying high-street shopping with easy access to fast eateries and lively bars is on your agenda, this is the place to go.
Sacred & Religious Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"Interesting church with pipe-organ and choral concerts"
reviewed 3 weeks ago by Pippadude
This church is well worth a visit for it's architecture both exterior and interior. I read that the church has the second largest pipe organ in Paris. They have regularly scheduled concerts for the pipe organ and choir. We went to an organ concert at 5:30 p.m. that lasted half an hour and included pieces by Mozart and Mendelsohn.
Observation Decks & Towers, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"Amazing, awesome. My top view in Paris!"
reviewed 1 week ago by Heather H
I visited during the journee du patrimonie and i think this is the most awesome tower and views. The tower itself has an interesting history and has been recently lovingly restored. Although there are Other good views in Paris I like this the best as you really are in the Heart of Paris with lots of famous landmarks all around....
Even if you dont like Art, you will fall in love with art when you visit this place. With an ambience of light music and artists of various genres working around, with their arts exhibited for display, you cant help, but fall in live with this place!!!!!!
St Bart’s massacre was signaled by the ringing of these tower bells. This is a beautiful church with stained glass windows similar to Ste Chapelle but not as many. Refreshing, quiet place to visit and contemplate history and who not to repeat it.
What a great place to sit and people watch. Great sculptures and street art is eye candy, and sometimes there are street performers. All just next to the Pompidou Center. And just a few blocks away on St. Martin Street is the Monsieur Benjamin Art Pastry Shop, for delicious cafe au lait and macarons, where you can also sit al...
"Great foie, the people are upbeat and gives tips on good practices, we'll be back!"
reviewed 2 days ago by chris_explorer
We enjoyed the foie starter. Do not spread the foie, according to our server, and it was a great tip. Next we had the foie ravioli and the duck breast, both supremely done. This get s busy, but we went at 5:30 and it was a good time for a late afternoon snack. Great people, great food, wonderful vibe.
Having read reviews here I booked this restaurant for my friends and I to meet at during a girls weekend to Paris. What a treat! We took the 2 course formula for 20 euros - everyone was delighted with their food and the atmosphere was really nice. We were upstairs and the chef even came to visit during lunch to...
The three of us had the Pirouette menu at 45€ each which included a starter, main dish and dessert. Our waiters (as we asked to changed tables and were accomodated) were both very friendly and upbeat. I particularly enjoyed the oysters followed by the scallops. Everything were delicious and overall we had a fabulous evening!
Quaint hotel on a quiet street but right next to 2 metro stations and walking distance from several excellent bars, restaurants and bakeries. Very convenient. Also walking distance to many attractions (10 mins from the Louvre and about 15 mins from Notre Dame)
Rooms were comfortable sized with nice beds and a very nice and roomy bathroom.
Would definitely recommend.
Perfectly located, prompt & friendly staff, right opposite Louvre. Walked my 8 & 10 yr old girls to the Eiffel Tower at night along the river from here, absolutely fantastic. Walked to the Notre Dame. Right opposite a beautiful church. Can’t wait to stay here again.
The hotel Britannique is a real jewel in the heart of Paris, 8 minutes walk to the Louvre Museum, 10 to Notre Dame, and in a zone with tens of restaurants and bars.
The housekeeping was spotless, the Continental Breakfast was more than adequate, and the staff very helpful and 100% bilingual (English-French). Rooms are small as are the bathrooms,...
Best Value for Money. Great staff and very helpful. They went out of their way to arrange things for me. Rooms were very clean and all my request were well taken care of promptly. A good value for ur money
Best location, near Metro Châtelet - Les Halles. Very clean, very friendly staff. Nice interior. Comfortable bed, Very quiet room. Our room had a tiny balcony where we ate every morning.
Highly recommendable location and hotel.