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How to properly organize your stay in Paris?

All stays, in France or abroad, require a minimum of anticipation and organization. This is even more true for a stay in Paris. Between booking the hotel, planning visits, purchasing tickets in advance, or even organizing transport, nothing should be left to chance if you don’t want to miss anything of your Parisian days. A Stay in Paris looming on the horizon? Follow the leader !


Book your hotel room in Paris

The choice of hotel in Paris is crucial. It must both be well located, to stay close to the most beautiful tourist sites in the capital and avoid long hours in the metro, and ensure optimal comfort during your stay. Because visiting Paris is often a tiring adventure, where the many hours of walking require quality rest in the evening.

To make your trip to Paris a success, Cadran hotelis the establishment you need. Ideally located in the 7th arrondissement, a stone’s throw from the Eiffel Tower, and not far from the beautiful neighborhoods, the Hôtel national des Invalides, or the avenue des Champs-Élysées, the 4 star hotel welcomes you in a calm and warm setting. Combining tradition and modernity, Le Cadran guarantees you an unforgettable stay, in the greatest comfort. 

Plan your days in advance

Between cultural events, historical monuments and emblematic districts, Paris is full of visits and tourist activities. It would take several days to go around it. So, if time is limited, the best solution is to anticipate your visit itinerary. Around the Hôtel du Cadran, 3 unmissable sites must be part of your program.

Eiffel Tower

Just 700 meters, or 9 minutes walk from the hotel, the tour Eiffel is undoubtedly the major attraction of Paris. A true emblem of the capital and of France, the Iron Lady stands and overlooks Paris with elegance. Built in 1889, on the occasion of the Universal Exhibition, the tower peaks at 324 meters and offers a incomparable view of Paris. On each floor, you will offer yourself a different point of view, from the Trocadéro gardens to Montmartre. The most courageous can climb to the 2nd floor by the stairs, before reaching the top by elevator.

The Champ-de-Mars park

At the foot of the Eiffel Tower, the Champ-de-Mars park is the largest public park in Paris intramuros. With an area of ​​almost 25 hectares, this green space is the ideal place for a walk or picnic with a breathtaking view of the Iron Lady.

The Louvre museum

From the Hôtel du Cadran, in less than 15 minutes by metro (lines 8 and 1), you can reach one of the most beautiful Parisian museums, the Louvre Museum. As soon as you arrive, its architecture and its famous glass pyramid will dazzle you with their details and their beauty. Inside, more than 33,000 works await you, including the greatest masterpieces: the Mona Lisa, the Venus de Milo, the Raft of the Medusa… After your visit, take the time to stroll through the French gardens of Tuileries garden.


This route is just one example of all the possibilities available to you. Paris is a vast playground for the most curious. The choice is yours: Orsay Museum, Arc de Triomphe, Jardin des Plantes, Sacré-Coeur Basilica, Luxembourg Gardens, Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral…


Anticipate your trips in Paris

Paris is vast, and the good addresses are sometimes the opposite of each other. So, it is not always possible to do everything on foot. So, after optimizing your visit route, don’t forget to find out about transport and buy your tickets in advance.

The Paris metro

The Paris metro is certainly the fastest and most economical mode of transport in Paris. With its 16 metro lines and 300 metro stations, the network allows you to travel easily from 6 a.m. to 12:45 a.m. (1:45 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays).

Price: €2.10 per single ticket;

Where to buy: in an ATM near the stations and all RATP points of sale

The RER (Regional Express Network)

If you want to leave inner Paris to go, for example, to Montsouris park, you can take the RER, which serves Paris and Île-de-France. The 5 RER lines run at the same time as the metro.

Price: varies depending on your departure city and destination

Where to buy: at an automatic terminal near the stations and all RATP points of sale

The tram

Paris and its region have 13 tram lines. They serve the entire area around the capital, as well as part of Île-de-France.

Price: €2.10 per unit;

Where to buy: in an ATM near a station and all RATP points of sale

The bus

In Paris, hundreds of bus lines serve thousands of bus stops. It is therefore an ideal mode of travel for visiting Paris. Most buses run from 7 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.

Price: €2.10 per unit (€2.50 on board)

Where to buy: in an ATM near a station and all RATP points of sale

The Noctilian

If you want to enjoy Parisian nights, the Noctilien takes over from everyday public transport. These night busrun from 12:30 a.m. to 5:30 a.m. throughout Paris and its region.

Price: €2.10 per unit;

Where to buy: in an ATM near a station and all RATP points of sale


So as not to miss any of the best Parisian addresses and optimize your Stay in Paris, nothing beats one Good organisation. Installed at the Hôtel du Cadran, all you have to do is enjoy one of the most beautiful cities in the world.