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Paris - Hyatt Madeline vs Hotel du Louvre??

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  1. dstacy

    dstacy F1 World Champ
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    Hello gentlemen. I could use some help here. I'm going to stay a couple of nights in Paris for free. I can stay at either the Hyatt Madeline or at the Hotel du Louvre. Any recommendations for one over the other?
    Thanks in advance for any help you can provide.

    Bonjour messieurs. Je pourrais utiliser un peu d'aide ici . Je vais passer quelques nuits à Paris gratuitement . Je peux rester soit au Hyatt Madeline ou à l'Hôtel du Louvre . Toutes les recommandations pour un sur l'autre ?
    Merci d'avance pour toute aide que vous pouvez fournir.
     
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  3. Christian.Fr

    Christian.Fr Two Time F1 World Champ

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    Hello,

    I think Hotel du Louvre is in the center of Paris, walking you have to visit many place.
    Hyatt Hotel is more modern inside, now is not so far from Hotel Louvre.
     
  4. spirot

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    Hotel du Louvre was under renovation last September - but its a good location - rooms are not much... Madeline is nice area ... longer walk. other wise both are in central Paris.

    We are off to Paris tomorrow.
     
  5. nerofer

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    Exactly, Spot on,as always, Tom.
    Dave: remember Paris is a small city; actually, the two are separated by a 25 minutes walk (walk the avenue de l'Opéra, then rue de Rivoli, and here you are).
    The Hyatt is probably a bit more classy, closer to the shops and Grands Boulevards; the Hôtel du Louvre is closer to the old historical center of Paris (Nearer to the Marais, or to the ile de la Cité by crossing the bridges over the Seine and then the quartier latin)
    The choice depends on your main center of interest, if you ask me.

    Rgds
     
  6. dstacy

    dstacy F1 World Champ
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    Thanks for the replies; however you might want to note I started this thread and asked this question 2 years ago. I've stayed at these hotels 4 times since then. :D
     
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  8. nerofer

    nerofer F1 World Champ

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    Well...at least now, we can ask you about your impressions? Which one do you prefer?
    Rgds
     
  9. dstacy

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    (chuckle)
    The Madeline is more modern and a little nicer. The Hotel Du Louvre has a lot more history and is far more interesting. We’ve stayed at the Louvre property 3 times.
     
  10. nerofer

    nerofer F1 World Champ

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    Well, that would have been my guess. Next time, if there is a next time, P.M me before, I think I owe you a glass...
    Rgds
     
  11. dstacy

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    We’ll be there in the spring. See you then.
     
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