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Mercure Paris Gare de l'Est Magenta

3.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

My wife and i spent 6 days in this hotel, and we had a great time. They recently renovated the entire hotel. In terms of design they created a hybrid of old and modern Architecture. Location is perfect for transportation; "Gare de l'est" is 3 mins walk and "Gare du nord" 8 mins walk. There are Monoprix, Marché, bars, restaurants all around this hotel. Comparing to other 3 stars hotels in Paris this hotel has larger rooms. They have a cute dining hall at -1 floor. breakfast is complete from Croissant and cafe to ham and cheese ... Staff members are very friendly and polite. Thank you Hotel Mercure! We'll see you soon! GH & ZI

This was a quick overnight stay during a transfer between trains. everything was as to e expected from a hotel in this brand, simple and functional room with all the necessities. Tucked off the main street so noise isn't an issue (car wise....you can still hear people in the hallways!) but still nice and close to the train station. Online checkin was simple and saves time at the front desk.

I stayed here one night. The room is compact and clean but had been recently renovated so nice shower and bed. The room is fine and has a kettle. The hotel is 5 mins from both gare de l est and gare de nord. I had dinner and breakfast in the restaurant around the corner to the left. Overall a good hotel for a few nights.

With a title such as “ outstanding customer service” you may wonder why I’m not scoring this hotel 5. The service and staff deserves 5, they were very professional. We booked this hotel a few months ago along with a couple of Eurostar ticket for a long weekend in Paris. We’ve chosen this hotel because of its location and it’s a Mercure. When in doubt we choose a Mercure as with experience they are usually reliable, modern, clean and most importantly the rooms generally are of decent size for the price you pay. We arrived Friday afternoon just before 5pm, checked in and gone to our room, 308. Sadly the room was so small with too much furniture. To get to the other side of the bed you have to climb over the chair. You can only open the cupboard that house the fridge and safe halfway because the bed is in the way because the room is too small for two guest. We returned to reception where the gentleman was very honest and sympathetic and admitted the room was not suitable for two guests. Sadly they were full and could not move us. However he promised that they would move us the following day. We had to endure the cramp room for one nigh. To add further insult to injury The air conditioning unit was set at 25 degrees C and we couldn’t change the temperature in this cramp room. We had to sleep with the window open all night and as you can imagine in a busy city such as Paris it’s noisy and not relaxing. The following day true to the gentleman’s word we were relocated to the size of room we would expect of a Mercure. The room was comfortable and the air conditioning unit worked. We were grateful and enjoyed the second half of our stay better. Word of warning to prospective new guests to this hotel watch out for room 308 if you’re two, probably good for single occupancy not double!

The staffs are polite and friendly. The hotel was safe and its room was spacious. I will definitely stay in this hotel again. Gare de l’est was only 200 m from this hotel. There were plenty small restaurants around too.

When you find out it is like 17 Euros per person per day for breakfast it took me by surprise, especially when at the end of the week for a couple of burnt sausages, ruined bacon and gone off yogurt it costs 180-200 euros. Rooms was constantly hot as the aircon didn't work entire time, thin as anything walls so you can hear the streets and constant alarms, even the neighbours obnoxiously having an argument. My other half needed clothes washed and for something as simple as socks its was something like 4-7 euros per sock, imagine the look on my face Whenever you had to sit in reception you had the dreary noise of a broken speaker crackerling. Local neighbourhood was genuinely petrifying, i was too scared to walk down one road in particular and many ajoining, overall... never again

I got a good deal on this room via the Accor Hotels website. The room was comfortable and just a bit more floor space than a typical Ibis. The location is excellent for touring the city, just get on the Metro a block away and go anywhere.

Recently refurbished rooms in an older style building, but has a lift. A restaurant serves breakfast only, a 24/7 bar with a small selection of beers and wines. Rooms small but functional and modern, aircon and also opening windows, a safe and a fridge.Very comfortable bed, walk in shower with a rainfall head, a delight to take a shower after a day of sightseeing in Paris. Excellent location, a short walk to Gare de l'est station and the metro rail to travel to see most of the attractions in Paris.We used the metro exclusively, about euro 1.49 per trip if you buy 10 tickets. No cabs as the traffic in Paris is horrendous. Lots of small shops and restaurants nearby.

Mercure Gare de L'Est Magenta is a good choice when reaching Paris by Eurostar. It is located in a 8-minute walking distance from the Gare du Nord station and 4-minutes from the Gare de L'Est station. The property itself is quite as expected. However, the room was quite tight, although the bathroom was large in comparison with the room. Breakfast is average and served in the restaurant located underground in a cave-style architeture, which I thought was very charming. Staff was really helpful. My fiancee and I missed dinner one night and the front desk clerk heated a canned pasta sold at the hotel by 1 a.m. Many restaurants and stores are located nearby the hotel. However, since the hotel is located close to train stations and a busy avenue, noise is quite high, but does not affect the sleep. Also, the neighborhood is not the most sophisticated in Paris, but considering the convenience, I really recommend Mercure Gare de L'Est.

Due to my ususal hotels being full, I relocated for the first time to Mercure Gare de L'Est Magenta. Walkig distance from both Gare du Nord and Gare de l'Est. Small boutique hotel without the usual reception area. Instead there's a table with a lamp that makes you feel you enter a living room. Staff is swift, friendly and knowledgable. Prices tend to fluctuate a lot though, depending on availability of rooms at the hotel and in Paris in general. Bed is firm but comfortable. Bathroom compact but OK.

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Hotel highlights

  • Close to Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris and Galeries Lafayette
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Bar/lounge
  • Concierge services

Located in 10th Arrondissement, Mercure Paris Gare de l'Est Magenta is within a mile (2 km) of popular sights such as Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris and Galeries Lafayette. This 45-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a bar/lounge, 24-hour room service, and free in-room WiFi. Located centrally in Paris, it's also close to Moulin Rouge and Arc de Triomphe.


Dining

Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 10 AM. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge.


Rooms

Mercure Paris Gare de l'Est Magenta's 45 rooms are air-conditioned and provide minibars, coffee makers, and free newspapers. Flat-screen TVs come with cable channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Free bottled water, laptop-compatible safes, and phones are also standard.


Property features

Mercure Paris Gare de l'Est Magenta features free WiFi in public areas and free newspapers. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage.

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

54.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 550 reviews