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We found this street by accident when looking for dinner our first night in Paris as it was so close to our hotel! What an amazing street! So many shops and restaurants, it impossible to choose where to stop or where to eat! If you...More
There are so many "unique" streets in Paris and Rue Cler has always been considered one of them. I visited in the late afternoon and it really didn't "jump out" at me like some of the streets in the Marais or Left Bank.
I a few blocks long and has numerous restos, cheese, meat, fish, fruits and vegie stores. Oh yes wine too. There are hotels along the way too and very near the Eiffel tower and Les Invalides. It is not a must see but it is...More
This was our first trip to France and after nearly three weeks in the South of France, we spent four lovely nights on Rue Cler in Paris. What a perfect location - We travelled around Paris and both were very happy to be staying on...More
We stayed in an apartment in rue Cler for 4 nights and loved the hustle and bustle (not noisy) of narrow street. We stayed in the pedestrian section and had everything you could need at our doorstep - fromagerie, boulangeries, two small supermarkets, wine shops,...More
Rue Cler has everything you want at your fingertips---it's close to the Eiffel Tower, in addition to having everything you could ever want there. We stayed a t a great hotel right on Rue Cler. So we were able to literally step out the front...More
With the Eiffel Tower at its core, the Invalides area of Paris is guaranteed to impress. Golden towers and Baron Haussmann's urban vision meet military precision, stretching avenues, and luscious lawns. The area boasts the Musée D’Orsay, the tomb of Napoleon, the National Parliament and UNESCO, as well as luxurious, exclusive residences. In fine restaurants and at the weekend markets, families, diplomats, and
politicians brush shoulders with the tourists who come to see this postcard-perfect area for themselves.
Hi we stayed at the Hotel Cler....rooms are modern in an ancient building....Beds very comfy, shower great! Staff Wonderful! Insiders tip: If you are going to be using the Metro Monday (start) you can get a ticket for Euro... More
Hi we stayed at the Hotel Cler....rooms are modern in an ancient building....Beds very comfy, shower great! Staff Wonderful! Insiders tip: If you are going to be using the Metro Monday (start) you can get a ticket for Euro 22 at the train station. It's good for an entire week---including a bus to Charles De Gaulle Airport Just buy a couple of day passes if you are arriving on Sat or Sun. The hotel will scan your passport for you and make a small picture of you for the pass. Hotel Cler did it free of charge. Then you just scan and go....amazing bargain! HAve a wonderful time