Lodging

Are you looking for lodging in order to come to Paris and participate in the mobilisations in parallel to the COP21? The Coalition is offering several lodging options as of 4 December. Starting in September, you can choose the type of lodging that suits your needs best, along several criteria: number of nights in Paris, individual or collective lodging, etc.

DECEMBER IN PARIS: LODGING OPTIONS

COLLECTIVE LODGING

This lodging option is oriented towards identified groups and is for a few days only. We have at present identified halls and gymnasiums that can provide lodging, located either in Paris or in nearby suburbs accessible by public transportation. We won't be able to help you unless we are informed of your needs before the end of September. If you already know your needs for collective lodging, please contact contact@coalitionclimat21.org 

SOLIDARITY LODGING IN PRIVATE HOMES

 

  • • For the nights of 4 - 9 December: Beginning in September, the Coalition will have a platform for solidarity lodging in private homes on its website, enabling people seeking lodging and those offering it in their homes to meet. Prices and conditions will be set beforehand.
  • For the nights of 10 - 12 December: For the last days of the mobilisation, Human Hotel is organising a solidarity lodging platform for these nights of high occupancy, and you can register as a guest (+ 1 travel companion max.) to get hosted in this period! The rate is 40 euros total for being hosted up to 3 nights. Human Hotel will match and connect you to a local Paris host based on mutual interests, preferences, and schedules. The deadline for Guest Registration is September 1, 2015. Register as guest on their  webpage.

 

MODERATELY PRICED HOTELS AND YOUTH HOSTELS

We can send you a list of establishments in Paris whose prices are below 30 euros a night. To access this list, please address an email with the subject “LISTE ETABLISSEMENT PARIS COP21” to contact@coalitionclimat21.org

ACCUEIL BANLIEUES (SUBURBAN HOSTING)

Created out of the initiative to develop an alternative and solidary tourism in the Seine Saint Denis region (93), the Accueil Banlieues association is organising lodging in the homes of activists in the 93 who will give you a taste of life in the neighbourhood, including the urban heritage and culture of these working class neighbourhoods. Places are limited! To get in contact with Accueil Banlieues, you can write to accueilbanlieues@dartybox.com


DO YOU ALREADY KNOW WHEN YOU WILL COME TO PARIS AND HOW MANY YOU WILL BE?

For a first estimate of how many will come to Paris, you can fill out the following form, which will be very useful for us to organise logistics!

Translation: Danica Jorden, proofreading: Louise Peltier.