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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.
I'm big on hitting art studios and galleries here at home. I've never seen anything like this place. None of the artists spoke or acknowledged us as we came through except one, which is fine. To say the place is unique is an understatement. VERY cool space and a variety of art styles, paint based, to see.
"A pleasant, off the beaten path attraction at Les Halles"
reviewed 1 week ago by RocknRodV
Spent a pleasant hour inside Saint-Eustache. Easy access through Les Halles metro station. Although the church has suffered from the ravages of times, it’s very encouraging that restoration efforts are under way and with fantastic results. Nice pipe organ, very few people inside.
Church is located across the street from the Louvre and just a block away from a metro 1 line stop. Beautiful stain glass work both above the main alter and above each chapel on each side of the central section or nave. The exterior is very unassuming. Church was completed in the 15th century. The level of skill to build...
Observation Decks & Towers, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"History is Here"
reviewed 1 week ago by Thomas V
This tower is on the horizon and visible from much of the city. The church was torn down during Haussmann's redevelopment in the 19th Century, but the old tower lives on, now in the center of a small square.
You have to eat at Mumi, it is absolutely divine! Dont miss this gem of a restaurant when your in Paris - its worth it!
I am back home now and I am still dreaming of the lunch and dinner we had at Mumi! Its unforgettable.....
Thibault is the owner and he is a wonderful host! We had such fun!...
We had some wonderful macaroons at this fabulous café in Paris. The macaroons served at Monsieur Benjamin were first class and tasted rather divine to say the least. The coffees were also of a very good quality and the service was nice and friendly. Overall a vert relaxing afternoon experience at this rather lovely café.
"The fondant ever. Exceptional and friendly service. "
reviewed 1 week ago by MelbourneAus7
My friend and I were visiting Paris and stumbled upon this gem. The first night we went we were the only people in there who weren’t French which set a nice positive tone.
We shared the octopus which was served as cold entree. It was delicious and well balanced. We each had the market fish which was so tender it...
The hamburger was really great, so were the fries. I didn't like the beer but it was from paris so maybe it's normal (?). 2 burgers (one with extra steak) a large beer and a coke (fries included) -> 33 €
"Excellent experience....a great dining choice in the heart of Paris"
reviewed 1 week ago by David D
I would absolutely recommend this restaurant if you are looking for a unique food experience within walking distance of the Île de la Cité. Our small group was taken care of by Fanny and Ines, and they made this a great experience. They were very accommodating to our "not-so-great" French language skills, and they even threw in some English humor...
We stayed here for a week in August 2018. The room, while a bit snug, was usable, clean, and very pleasant. Despite being on the ground floor, we heard no noise at night or in the morning. The breakfast was excellent, with lots of variety and some very high quality cheese. Service was very friendly.
The location, near the Les...
Our first trip to Paris was greatly enhanced by our stay at Le Relais du Louvre. Lovely boutique hotel centrally located and an easy walk to the Louvre, Seine, Notre Dame, shops, restaurants and many more attractions. We loved the in-room breakfast which was plentiful and an excellent value. The staff is warm and welcoming and helped us reschedule our...
The hotel location is fantastic. Although the rooms were too small but very clean. the breakfast variety was limited and the location of the breakfast area is in a Basement. I highly recommend this hotel you will enjoy shopping and restaurants near by.
The hotel was perfect for our weekend. Booked 2 rooms. Both very quiet, attractive and clean. Very comfortable beds. Lovely bathroom which was beautifully cleaned each day. We loved the decor of the hotel.
Staff extremely helpful in solving an electrical problem in fact, staff were wonderfully helpful whenever possible.
Breakfast selection was varied and plentiful & eating in the...
"Classic city hotel 5 mins walk to Hôtel de Ville"
reviewed yesterday by vesnaileto
5 mins walk to Hotel De Ville, this classic city hotel was lovely to stay.
Now, we are in Paris, so rooms are expected to be small, yet functional. Colorful, "old era" decor, good size bathroom with bathrobes, tea kettle with free coffee/tea selection. Highlight was the balcony with a cafe table and chairs and lil boxes with scarlet geranium....