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Getting from the CDG airport to the Renaissance Paris Hotel Le Parc Trocadero?

I need some help getting from the CDG airport to the Renaissance Paris Hotel Le Parc Trocadero 55-57 Avenue Raymond Poincare. There are 4 of us, no luggage, and we arrive Saturday morning about 8 AM. A cab will be too expensive. Should we take the metro? Or the Roissybus? Or something else? If we take the metro, how does that work with the RER? How far is the walk? Thanks!!!!

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Renaissance Paris Hotel Le Parc Trocadero

    55/57 Avenue Raymond Poincare, 75016 Paris, France

    Distance to Airport : 18 Miles / 29.0 Kilometers

    How to get there

    By Car

    From Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport: Take the A1 towards Paris. On the ring road around Paris, head towards Rouen/Porte de Clignancourt/Peripherique Ouest. Exit at Porte Maillot, take the roundabout then turn onto the Avenue Malakoff. Continue straight ahead onto the Avenue Raymond Poincaré and continue straight ahead past the Place Victor Hugo roundabout. The Hotel is at 100 meters (325 ft.) on the right, at the 55-57 Avenue Raymond Poincaré.

    From Paris Orly Airport: Use the ring road around Paris, towards the west side. Exit at Porte Maillot, take the roundabout then turn onto the Avenue Malakoff. Continue straight ahead onto the Avenue Raymond Poincaré and continue past the Place Victor Hugo roundabout. The Hotel is at 100 meters (325 ft.) on the right, at the 55-57 Avenue Raymond Poincaré.

    By Subway

    Stop at either "Trocadero station" (Line 6 or 9) or "Victor Hugo station" (Line 2) and take the Avenue Raymond Poincaré exit.

    By Bus

    Take bus N° 82 from "Porte Maillot" and stop at "Victor Hugo station".

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  • 4 years ago

    Hello, At CDG, take the Air France bus (line 2 - green) to Etoile/Arc de Triomphe. Hop-off and take the subway Charles de Gaulle-Etoile you'll see a big M indicating this is a subway station - take line 2 - direction Porte Dauphine) and get off at Victor Hugo. You will arrive at a roundabout, take the Avenue Raymond Poincaré and you will be there after a 5-10 minutes walk. I think the whole trip would be around 1h30 - Concerning the Eiffel Tower, you'll be very near !

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