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Well set in the center of Paris, J.K. Place Paris provides air-conditioned rooms, a fitness center, free WiFi and a terrace. decor, location, room, excellent gym
This hotel is just a quarter mile from Rue de Bac Metro Station and less than half a mile from the Musée D’Orsay. Great location, the front desk staff was friendly and helpful. Very comfortable bedding.
The Hôtel de Lille is a four-star boutique hotel located in Paris, in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighborhood. The location was brilliant and all the staff were helpful and friendly
This 18th-century hotel is set in the center of Paris, a few walking minutes from Saint-Germain-des-Prés district and 2461 feet from Musuem D’Orsay and the Seine River. charming, beautiful little building. excellent service and rooms.
Hotel Pont Royal offers elegant accommodation and free internet. It is in the trendy Saint Germain des Prés area on Paris’s left bank, near art galleries and the Louvre. I love everything about his hotel. Will highly recommend and will always stay there when in Paris.
Again as I have said before get the Paris Museum Pass help us avoid a longer line, and the museum has so much beautiful art, and well laid out for the most part by year so easy to follow and understand the changes in art. And the food in the museum is better than any museum resturant I have ever been too, and better than most regular resturants in the US.
Half a day is the minimum you need there. The building is amazing, the expositions are amazing, the view on the Seine is great from the big clock. The baggage check is quite strict, not even the small water bottles are allowed.
Art Nouveau features in this museum on the second floor, along with some sculptures by Camille Claudel, assistant and lover of Auguste Rodin. A wonderful museum can one can view in a few hours. I didn't get to visit the auxiliary museum nearby, but hope to on a future visit to Paris.
The exhibitions are great, though also some bad experience: there was actually less queueing for visitors without prebooked tickets the cloakrooms were not operate with arguments for Covid-19 well after the restrictions were all resolved (laziness, saving on labour?)
Better than the Louvre, in my opinion, particularly if you prefer more modern art - better layout and and more interesting presentation. If you don't have much time in Paris, skip the Louvre and head straight to D'Orsay
Amazing museum ...INCREDIBLY crowded. So disappointing! It was impossible to get close to many of the works one hopes to see. Folks were shuffling through some of the exhibits, body to body, like herds of cattle. I apologized to my family for insisting on visiting Orsay. We wasted half a day -- our last day in Paris -- and could have been enjoying so many other options.
I had a great stay at this hotel. Firstly, the location is fantastic, just around the corner from the Louvre and the Orsay Museum. There's also lots of good food and shops nearby. The room was big, clean, and quiet, which was super nice. The staff were really friendly and helpful too, making me feel right at home. The hotel also had good facilities and a beautiful garden to relax in. All in all, a top spot for a city break. Loved it!
Musée d'Orsay because is not too big with really good paintings and they have helpful audio guides.
Visit the Musée d'Orsay and see masterpieces of impressionists and post-impressionists.