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Hôtel Riviera


Hotel Riviera is located on 6 Rue Turgot, in a very tourist-friendly and well-connected area of Paris, close to Sacré-Coeur Basilica and at the foot of Montmartre.

It’s practical and simple to move around Paris from Hotel Rivera, either on foot (to Sacré-Coeur Basilica, Montmartre…) or by any other means of transportation. You’ll find bus, underground and RER stops very close to the hotel.

Hôtel Riviera

How to get to Hotel Riviera:

By bus, underground or RER:

You will be able to move around the city with ease by bus or underground with the help of a large network of public transportation options which you can visit at: http://www.ratp.fr/

  • Hotel Riviera is close to several good public transportation connections and very close to the “Anvers” (350 meters, line 2) and “Poissonnière” (550 meters, line 7) underground stops.

  • From the airport

Hôtel Riviera

From Roissy- Charles de Gaulle Airport:

By RER: Take the RER B to the “Gare du Nord” stop. The hotel is 10 minutes on foot from the station. If you prefer, you can take the underground to “Poissonnière” (line 7) or “Anvers” (line 2), which are the closest underground stations to the hotel.

By taxi: The trip takes about 40 minutes.

Hôtel Riviera

From Orly Airport:

En RER/underground: Take the RER C to “Saint Michel Nôtre Dame” and then change to line 4 of the underground to “Gare du Nord”. The hotel is 10 minutes away on foot from this stop, but if you prefer, you can take the underground to “Poissonnière” (line 7) or “Anvers” (line 2), which are the closest underground stops to the hotel.

By taxi: The trip takes about 45 minutes.

Hôtel Riviera

By taxi

If you wish to travel by taxi, we recommend that you visit: http://www.radiotaxi.fr/


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What is it about Paris that makes it so attractive? It’s difficult to say…it’s probably the harmony that exists between antiquity and modernity; beautiful nature in exquisite parks and gardens and the seeming fragility of Parisian monuments that, carved into thousands of forms, simply serve complement so much beauty.

This beautiful city that has hypnotized poets and artists throughout history continues to captivate today. Paris is a city that has it all and disappoints none. A visitor’s only regret is that s/he has to leave…