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Weekend trip to CDG, what to do, where to stay?

Weekend trip to CDG, what to do, where to stay?

Old Jan 29, 13, 10:00 pm
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Weekend trip to CDG, what to do, where to stay?

Hi, as the title says, I'm planning a weekend to trip to CDG with ny wife, arrive Sat Feb 16 8:30, leave Sun Feb 17 9:30am. Any suggestion on best place to stay for the short trip, what to do, etc.
We enjoy sightseeing, wine, beer, and eating.
this is a surprise trip to my wife.

Thanks for suggestions.
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Old Jan 29, 13, 10:14 pm
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Hotel de la Trémoille and 3 days in Paris
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Old Jan 30, 13, 1:34 am
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That's not a weekend, it's a day. 18th is President's Day. Stay an extra day.

Check out parisbymouth.com you should be able to find something to suit your fancy.

Foodie and Wine type - There is a bar at Frenchie. Frenchie is one of the toughest reservations to get, but you can walk up to the bar first come first served.
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Old Jan 30, 13, 2:13 pm
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Why would anyone that wants to sightsee, drink wine and eat go to Paris?!?

I really enjoyed the Park Hyatt Paris Vendome. If you can find a good rate, or have an in with Hyatt, it's a great choice. Only a few blocks to Opera Garnier and the metro.
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Old Jan 31, 13, 7:00 am
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Originally Posted by JackInThePlane View Post
That's not a weekend, it's a day. 18th is President's Day. Stay an extra day.

Check out parisbymouth.com you should be able to find something to suit your fancy.

Foodie and Wine type - There is a bar at Frenchie. Frenchie is one of the toughest reservations to get, but you can walk up to the bar first come first served.
Frenchie is closed on Saturday as are most of the good restos. Though Spring is open.
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Old Jan 31, 13, 2:09 pm
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Old Apr 29, 13, 9:14 pm
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What is a good rate?

What would be a good rate for Paris?

Or the Park Hyatt Paris?

Originally Posted by spankytoes View Post
Why would anyone that wants to sightsee, drink wine and eat go to Paris?!?

I really enjoyed the Park Hyatt Paris Vendome. If you can find a good rate, or have an in with Hyatt, it's a great choice. Only a few blocks to Opera Garnier and the metro.
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Old May 3, 13, 2:53 am
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The Best Western Opera d'Antin (http://www.parishoteloperadantin.com/) has good rates, and it is a nice place and very centrally located.
On the other side of the Seine Hotel Cujas Pantheon (http://www.cujas-pantheon-paris-hotel.com/) is also in an excellent location and very reasonably priced.
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