Did not know the CL was open 24/7!
Stayed there recently and it was the busiest CL, but efficient, as any I have seen. They really put out some very nice meals. With meals averaging about 4 times what they cost is the USA, this was a great savings.
The location is geared toward conventions, and the staff does a very good job at making you feel welcome. Here are some photo's of and around the hotel:
View from the room! Along with some great shopping and dining!
thank you for your post , and the nice pictures.
i dont know bevore, never been there. my friend with i phone today, he told me this. i believe. you its a great saving
when you know the price from this hotel , is very expensive. yes it is a big advantages to be gold or platium member
for get acces to the executive lounge, there , and in ather great place.
Yes it is!
This hotel is within walking distance of the train station and shopping, if you like to walk. You can take a train from the airport to the train station as well and walk, if you do not have too many bags.
What part of France are you from?
thank you for your information. but i take my car.. my home town is paris.. i know from your different post you like paris
and the restaurant la tour de l argent... i work many years for the ritz hotel, place vendome.
make your nice trips around the world,..... bon voyage
We need you to help other MRI on Parisian travel!
With you experience, you could really help people enjoy their Parisian trips. We can help you with your English if needed. Here are some places you will recognize:
Could you give me your opinion of Relias du Venice, I enjoy this place, steak only, but it's memorable. You will recognize the third picture!
i stay now alredy 31 years in asie, i have a home in phuket, there i spend 7 months,and in all asie.
when i cam back to france i stay only 1 months in paris, and then for 4 months i stay in my home
near nice or nizza.. the last time i go in restaurants in paris is 30 years ago.. sure i remember but this
restaurant where you go i never bean there. and all new restaurants i dont know,. i am only 1 month now
in paris...... where i can help is for asien destinations. you go alredy to the harrys bar near the opera
paris? very nice place. there you find person from all the world. this is a place i remember.
It sounds like you have "The best of both worlds" (Asia and France).
The Bar is Hemingway's at The Ritz, I stayed at Ren. Vendome, but is a short walk and well worth the experience.
Here are a couple of pictures from the Nice area! A very beautiful place as well!
The first is the Carlton Hotel, Nice. Featured in the Cary Grant movie, "To Catch a Thief".
The second is St. Tropez.France, a wonderful port city in France.
Drove from St. Tropez to Montpelier, it was a great beautiful drive. Recognize this place in St. Tropez? It's on the square. Ever been across this famous bridge? Tallest bridge in the world, a credit to France. After crossing, drove to Euro Disney Marriott, with a small restocking stop (Wine) in Sancerre! I really enjoy the Loire area, wish there were some Marriott's there but nothing between Monte Carlo and Paris.
when you want go from paris to nice book on www.voyages-sncf.com. when you sure what date you want go
you can book 3 months in advance. the TGV ticket from 44 euros 2end classe and only 5 to 10 euro more for
the first class. cheap trip and very confortable. when you autside from france take the IGTGV its the same
train, but you can print your self the ticket. more time you book in advance more cheaper your ticket. this is valable
for all international destination to.
Great info on the Zurich CL which is open 24 X 7!!!
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I am not kidding!
If you have ever been on a cruise ship where people eat ALL day, at the same table, this CL reminded me of that.
When I was in the Army, a First Sergeant, (NUHusker will relate to this), he screamed at us, "Eat and get out, this is not a bus stop"!
I guess I never forgot that, and like to enjoy my meal in my room!
you must be thinking of the Buffet on the cruise ship. While many folks like this, I am a main dining room person, which has very set hours, so no hanging about past the meal seating times.
Also, some cruise lines are trying out making individual tipping optional, so do not add it on to your bill at the end of the cruise, but instead you need to put cash in an envelope at the end of the cruise, and hand it out to each person. So many guests are eating in the buffet to avoid tipping the dining room wait staff. The dining rooms are empty, the menus limited. I have been avoiding these cruise lines. Its really a pain to get enough currency, stuff all the envelopes and then hand it out. Prefer they just add it on at the end.