Mercure Paris Opera Grands Boulevards4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Nice hotel in a convenient Parisian location. We were upgraded to an apartment which gave us plenty of room , a handy kitchen with living space . Close to metro, shopping and plenty of restaurants. Don’t get breakfast here though, it’s pretty poor and for 17 euro. You can find nice goodies on the corner ! Staff were very friendly and helpful I wouldn’t hesitate to stay here again
The hotel was in a nice area close to Montmartre, Rue Lafayette and very close to the metro. We stayed in the two bed apartment which was lovely. It had two ensuite bedrooms and a seating area with a kitchenette. Very spacious. The breakfast was great, with freshly squeezed juices. Would definitely recommend it.
Stayed just one night for business purposes. Smart hotel, really nicely decorated. Whilst my room inside nice it was quite small & at the end of the hotel, up a separate flight of stairs accessed off the 5th floor. Just a bit of a pain with luggage! Would say I left my phone charger in the room but emailed as soon as I had realised and they put it by for a colleague to collect. So thankyou.
A group of six of us stayed at this hotel on the 21st October to celebrate my sons 30th birthday, our check in was ok we did wait around a while for room considering it was 2oclock. I did email the hotel to request something in the room for my sons birthday but no reply so I guess they dont give anything. THE base was ok as we didnt spend much time in the hotel anyway but the room was very comfortable, tea and coffee facilities very poor and were not replenished on our second day which would have been nice after a long day out and about. The staff were very freindly and polite .Thank you for an enjoyable weekend. We visited disneyland on our second day which was fantastic. I found Paris very expensive and busy, so sad to see so many people begging on the streets.All in all we have a fantastic weekend has a family .
Our trip was my husban's belated Valentine's present to go to the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe horse race at Chantilly. I chose the hotel because we wanted to be close to the Gare de Nord, in a respectable area and I trust the Accor/Mercure brand. Our Privilege room was not ready at 12 noon as per the booking form but that was OK because we went to lunch and started our sightseeing. The good points of our stay were the location, the clean and quiet room, the room temperature and the comfy bed. The slight detractions from an excellent stay were the rude/unhelpful breakfast staff on the Saturday morning, the average cooked breakfast, the lack of hangers and storage space in the room and the flimsy paper cups for tea and coffee. The latter was very disappointing because one of the big selling points of a Privilege room is the Nespresso coffee maker. I realise that this is a minor issue but in a way it was more annoying because otherwise I really liked the hotel and it could have been an excellent stay. The rude breakfast lady said "Madame demande beaucoup" to her colleague after I had to ask her help politely for 5 things when the breakfast bar and crockery were understocked. Things improved on the Sunday and Monday after I complained.
We stayed here for five nights as this hotel was closed to Paris Garde-Nord train station. The hotel is small, only 6 levels and the lift is tiny and we were lucky to fit the two of us plus our luggage. We arrived close to 3pm and our room wasn't ready so we left our luggage and went for a small walk. The rooms are small and it just took some time to readjust our luggage to make ourselves fit easily into the room. There is a cupboard and shelves which helped. The window looked out onto the back of the neighs building and hearing the church bell go off was a lovely sound. Breakfast on the lower great was great. It's nice to have a hot breakfast. There are many restaurants and cafes close by as well as a short walk to des Halles shopping mall which also has many restaurants along the streets prior to the mall. The laundromat is only a short walk. It was the most expensive laundromat I've experience on our holiday. Our room was exceptional cleaned everyday. The reception staff were helpful. Highly recommend
Very friendly and efficacious staff. The size of the room was not as small as one would expect for a parisian hotel. Cleanliness was ok. I asked for a quiet room and got what i asked for during most of my stay. I could hear some noise from the room next door when it was occupied but it was not annoying. Breakfast is a bit over priced in my opinion, especially if you only plan on having some coffee and a croissant. Everything is within walking distance from the hotel. There are 3 metro stations at 5 minutes by foot. You can find a lot of coffee shops, restaurants, bistros and even boutiques around the hotel. Would definitely recommend it for a busines trip or if you are travelling solo.
We stayed 4 days and 3 nights at this hotel. Rooms are small , not your typical size of hotel room but room is very clean and it's Paris so you don't live in your room. You're out all day touring so all you need the room is to sleep and shower. Friendly and professional staff at the desk.
Nice hotel -room ,toilet clean n tidy ,a bit small but cosy n bed comfortable -breakfast is excellent well located near shopping malls n many cafes to enjoy -staffs v friendly n helpful -it was a enjoyable 7 days spend 🍾we shall return ! 🥂 cheers!
Staff gracious and helpful, headed by Madam Tardy, the mgr. We requested a quiet location on a higher floor, and while not large, room 405 was indeed quiet and had an immaculate updated bathroom, also small but adequate. Two windows that opened in the br! Breakfast had multiple choices and was included in our particular reservation. The lovely woman in charge was attentive, the hot food was hot and the cold items were cold and all fresh with breads pastries and the usual eggs, breakfast meats and cheese. A good start to the day. Only thing we would have changed was the very strong coffee (true Americano would have been a plus!) Many other beverages though. Convenient and walkable to Louvre and Sacre Coure and transportation as well as many many restaurants.. The staff met every request with a smile. We would definitely return.
- Close to Galeries Lafayette and Paris Opera
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- 24-hour front desk
Located in 10th Arrondissement within a short walk of Grand Rex Cinema, Mercure Paris Opera Grands Boulevards is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Galeries Lafayette. This 49-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with in-room amenities like refrigerators, minibars, and coffee makers. It's in central Paris and also close to Paris Opera and Louvre Museum.
For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 10 AM. At the end of the day, relax with a drink at the bar/lounge.
Mercure Paris Opera Grands Boulevards's 49 soundproofed rooms provide refrigerators, minibars, and coffee makers. Flat-screen TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Free newspapers, free bottled water, and safes are also available.
Guests of Mercure Paris Opera Grands Boulevards enjoy free WiFi in public areas, a computer station, and express check-in. Offsite parking is available for a fee. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. This hotel also has free newspapers.
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64% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 325 reviews