Mercure Paris Opéra Faubourg Montmartre4.0 out of 5.0
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Paris first time and stayed here 2 nights. Centrally located, 15 mins easy walking from Gare de Nord train station. Hotel small but well decorated hotel. Limited staff but very helpful. Very well welcomed by the front desk, there was no bell service so DYI all you luggages for check in and out. Room was tiny even for me alone. If you travel with someone there will be no room for you to walk. Room reasonably cleaned, toilet had what I need and there was no view very busy area with a lot of hotels and restaurants. Aircon does not work in my room and the heater also not working, very cold. Breakfast was great! I took some photos. The negative is the fire exit. It is actually the main stairs that is used in the hotel, no separate one I could see. For this very busy area, in case of fire it will be super dangerous to escape from the hotel building.
I travelled to this hotel with my wife and stayed for first 4 nights in Paris. Easy to locate the hotel in google maps, reached from airport CDG in an hour. Its centrally located with lot of cafes surrounding it. There is wax museum-Grevin nearby. Checkin was smooth and we were allotted a room within 10 min. The room is small with no space for luggage either. But its having a comfortable bed. Bathroom is managable. Wifi is free and is of good speed. Lift is so small that it can accommodate only two persons. I have prepaid for breakfast, its served in the ground floor and the spread is really small, limited and mostly cold. Most of the staff were friendly and nice. And on my last day at this hotel, I returned at 1pm and my checkout was at 12 noon- Our key cards were blocked , our luggage and belongings were taken out and kept at the reception. I lost my bose earphones in the process.
This hotel is well located and looks nice when you enter the reception area but the rest is extremely poor for a Mercure The rooms are grim and need a Refurb The shower is good The air conditioning is poor On my first night it didn't work but I was offered no compensation I feel that the management of this hotel is poor After 2100 there is only one member of staff who cannot be expected to handle everything by herself Unless you are desperate to stay at a Mercure in this area of Paris, give this hotel a definite miss It is expensive and not value for money
The Hotel is easy to get to and handy for Grands Boulevard Metro station. Check in was relatively straight forward. The room was small but we expected this. Not sure about the 70's throwback shaggy carpet- I suppose this may have been an attempt to dampen some noise. The rooms were so noisy to the point it sort of ruined the romantic anniversary break when we could hear the man next door on the toilet. Also in the morning a number of doors banging and talking you felt that there was someone in your room. The hotel did provide a fridge for my husband's medication- it was also handy for storing drinks in. The hotel was so hot I did pass out during the night when I got up to the toilet! There is so much of Paris to see you are rarely in the room; there are plenty of places to eat on Grands Boulevards and you have to go to the crepe place on the corner near the metro. It was incredible! Worth going there for breakfast instead! It was good for the money £150 for nights and the location but probably wouldn't recommend it!
This hotel room is nice for the rooms. And a very good place in the city. The breakfast is the most horrible ever. Africans with no organization. They can't handle with two people the job for 4 people. The one information from me. NEVER BOOK THE BREAKFAST HERE!!!!
Ugly interior. Noisy rooms. Little rooms. Don't go there with a baby. Good bathroom. Good breakfast. The price is to high for what one gets. I think it's better to stay at an Ibis hotel of the same hotel group and save about 25% of your money.
Stayed for two nights at this Mercure hotel for work; good value for money for central Paris. Smallish room but then most are in this part of Paris. Have stayed at other hotels in the area for business that I would probably return to, as they were full this trip. Mercure are consistent though, and the staff service was very friendly & professional so I can't fault it.
Recently returned from 3 nights staying at the Mercure Paris Opera Faubourg Montmartre, and have to say we were pleasantly surprised and pleased with the hotel having read many of the reviews prior to our stay. We arrived into Paris Orly around 9.30am and made our way via public transport to the hotel, arriving at the hotel around 11am with a few stops on the way. Finding the hotel was easy enough with google maps on the phone, but the hotel doesn’t leap out at you from the road so doesn’t take a bit of looking for. Arriving so earlier we expected to leave our bags at reception before heading back out, but we were surprised to find rooms were already available. Reception staff were extremely friendly and helpful, providing maps and directions to the closest tube stop. Please note a 50 Euro credit card deposit is taken upon arrival. We were given a first floor room at the back of the hotel. The room overlooked a small inner courtyard and only had one adjoining room. Upon arriving at the room I was pleasantly surprised, I was well aware of the size of Paris hotel rooms prior to visiting, but this room was a very decent size – plenty of space for cases, large double bed, decent sized bathroom. The room had tea/coffee making facilities and mini fridge, so perfect for those looking to save some cash. We were both very very happy with the room. For the duration of our stay we had no complaints about noise, we did hear the adjoining room, particularly the bathroom water – we assume shower, and you could hear talking and tv at times during the night, but certainly nothing that I haven’t experienced in many other hotels. We decided against the extra expensive of breakfast during our stay, at 18 Euros each we felt it was a bit to much for our liking. The hotel is in a great little spot for restaurants and supermarkets, so right outside the door you have loads of choice. Directly opposite is a supermarket for essentials, and around the corner is the most amazing little bakery – we tended to make a coffee in the hotel (the hotel provide takeaway coffee cups in the room), and buy and bag of fresh pastries for a couple of Euros. I think in 3 days we spent less than 18 Euros on breakfast for the two of us. Grand Boulevard tube station is just around the corner, and is easily connected to the major attractions in Paris. The tube is about 1.80Euro for a single ticket, or you can buy a discounted 10 ticket booklet. The tube is a great way to get around Paris. The hotel is in a very decent area in terms of walking, but be warned Paris is not a small city to walk around – it’s a good hour and more to walk to the Eiffel tower from the hotel, and around 20-30 minutes to get to either the Sacre Coeur or Notre Dame. We walked nearly every and found the hotel to be perfect for this. Check out was a seamless as check in, helpful staff who offered to order us a taxi if required. At checkout you have to pay a city tax of around 2 Euros per person per day – this is standard across Paris. Overall we were very pleased with the hotel, we certainly couldn’t complain about noise or the room size. Location was perfect for our needs, and we would definitely consider staying here again should we return to Paris (we paid around £50/night). Side note for other travellers. We flew into Paris Orly West airport and were initially worried about transport to and from the hotel – we needn’t have worried, it’s all very simple. Orly has excellent links into the city centre via the RER B train. From the airport terminal you simply buy a 12.50 Euro train ticket, which includes the monorail link to Anthony. Total journey time to Chatelet Les Halles around 35 minutes, and then a further 15 minutes (includes a change) on the tube to Grands Boulevards. We left the hotel at 7am on a Monday morning and still got to the airport in about an hour (Paris commuter traffic is quite hectic!!). Also on the subject of Orly, the airport is small but check in is very clearly marked and speedy – the same cannot be said for security. Don’t leave it late to get through to the gate would be our advice.
We requested a quiet room for our 5 night stay and were given one facing the courtyard at back. No street noise at all, although the street is quiet anyway, so I don't think that would have been an issue. Fantastic hot and cold buffet breakfast, in a calm room. A perfect way to start the day. Easy walking distance to just about everything you would want to see in Paris, and the area of the hotel has lots of places to eat and drink as well as shop. The hotel is clean, modernized and very welcoming. Staff are friendly and helpful. As per other reviews, the rooms have no wasted space and the walls are paper thin, so take good earplugs and keep your own voice and television quiet. Nice lobby, very secure. The room also had coffee/tea and cookies with the kettle. My only suggestion to the hotel is next time they renovate, replace the shag carpet in the room . We would stay again.
First, you can heard all the noisy from outside in your room Second, the room was so small that I couldn't even open my bag Last, overall facilities were the worst Even free water supplies did not add up everyday
Mercure Paris Opéra Faubourg Montmartre places you in 9th Arrondissement, within a leisurely stroll of popular sights such as Galeries Lafayette and Paris Opera. This 69-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with a bar/lounge, free in-room WiFi, and a 24-hour business center. Located centrally in Paris, it's also close to Notre Dame Cathedral and Arc de Triomphe.
For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge.
All of Mercure Paris Opéra Faubourg Montmartre's 69 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including coffee makers, free newspapers, and free bottled water. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Other amenities include safes, phones, and desks.
Mercure Paris Opéra Faubourg Montmartre features free WiFi in public areas, 3 meeting rooms, and a 24-hour business center. Offsite parking is available for a fee. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. This hotel also has free newspapers.
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