Comfort Hotel Chelles Marne la Vallee
6 rue de l'Ormeteau
Phone: (33) 1 60204444
Fax: (33) 1 60204636
Grab a croissant and your cup of coffee and head off to one of the oldest flea markets in France called the Puces de Montreuil. Established in the 19th Century, it mainly stocks second-hand clothes (in good condition) and designer seconds. If wearing second hand clothes is not your thing, then browse through jewelry, antique engravings, appliances, crockery and even old furniture.
With a history dating back to 1923, Calligaris has been producing quality furniture through three generations of family ownership. Originally specializing in wooden chairs, the business has expanded and now includes the full range of home furnishings. This Parisian location is their second flagship store and offers an excellent selection of beautiful furniture.
Are you searching for unique items from a bygone age? Goldymama proposes a fine selection of shoes, accesories and men and women's clothing from every era! In a charming decor and under a grand, golden chandelier, dig through piles and you will surely find what your heart desires...for more than modest prices. Treasures await you!
Grand Dépôt-Vente de Paris, located in the 12th arrondissement, is a 3000 square meter (32291.7 square foot) showroom of quality and diverse secondhand furniture. The ideal shop for bargain hunters, you will find many antique and contemporary furniture and decorative objects here. Whatever your taste, there is something you will fancy. New furniture and objects are available via catalog. Thanks to regular deliveries, you will be able to easily decorate your home at a low price.
Craving a bit of outlet shopping? La Vallée Village, with its meticulously manicured storefronts and spacious walkways, is a sophisticated bargain hunter's dream. Located in the up-and-coming community of Marne-La-Vallée, the shops exemplify the spirit of the region. See website for complete directory of on-site businesses.
The clothes shop No Complex specializes in plus size women s clothes: from 44 to 60 (most French shops do not go over size 42). At No Complex, you will be well advised, Paule has a very good taste. Clothes are chosen according to the fabric s and cut s quality but also to the fashionable look: it is not because a woman is larger that she must be old-fashioned! Young ladies will find very colorful clothes as well as blue jeans, and the ladies will get more formal suits to go to work as well as very nice and light summer dresses.
Boulangerie Mauclerc is Véronique Mauclerc's labor of love and is one of the most acclaimed bakeries in the city. The secret of its success lies in traditional methods used and their wood-burning oven. Using only organic ingredients, all of the products are made fresh daily. Though artisan breads are the reigning stars, the pastries and other baked items are equally delicious. Considered to be one of the few remaining authentic bakehouses, Boulangerie Mauclerc is definitely worth a visit for delish baked goods.
Chez Eva Pritsky is a quaint bistro, which doubles up as a thrift store during the day. This lovely joint is adorned with mismatched seventies couches, relics and trompe l'oeil'd roof from an ancient period and other historical artifacts. Eva Prtisky is the owner of this Paris gem where friends, antic dealers and artists mingle and drink. For cheap prices, one can order a cask wine glass, complemented with crunchy peanuts.
Lovers of organic food should not ignore this highly renowned specialty shop in Paris. It is a tearoom during the day and you can enjoy its excellent produce on site. All is designed with physical health in mind - fresh produce is delivered daily. Feel healthier and avoid a harmful diet through the dietician's helpful advice. The range of organic produce available seems to go on forever since it goes from meat (on order) to teas.
Located in Ménilmontant, Libre Ere is a quaint bookstore and library that is popular among bibliophiles in Paris. This hidden gem features an impressive collection of books and print publications that represent myriad genres including poetry, photography, art, history, culture and science. They also play host to several book signings, author meetings, readings and debates throughout the year.
Tantalizing gourmet pastries and breads are featured at this refreshing patisserie. Under the magic of chefs Cyril Lignac and Benoit Couvrand, this patisserie presents creative and innovative pastries, cakes and other baked savories. Marble cakes, lemon tarts, eclectic eclairs and some of the sassiest sandwiches are offered. Visually appealing cakes and pastries make this place stand out from other bakeries. Don't forget to pack home the baguette bread.
Art director Andrea Weiner and culinary stylist Rachel Khoo teamed up to create this successful and original concept store. In a beautifully decorated space, you can select not only all kinds of kitchen accessories such as cute tea towels, but also and most importantly books from all over the world about food and culture – recipe collections, food-centered novels, gorgeous Japanese photography books, scholarly works, you name it. Patrons can sit down for a snack of homemade goodies and excellent tea. Book signings, cooking workshops for children and wine tastings are scheduled regularly. -Mary-Laure Neulat