Mercure Paris Saint Lazare Monceau4.0 out of 5.0
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The lobby was small but clean, modern, with lux accents. The room was very clean, comfortable, modern, and pretty spacious for a European room. The room has many luxurious accents and features including beautiful French door style windows that open fully. The staff was very helpful. I had a small issue with the first room I checked into (bad smell) but they immediately moved me into a nicer (clean smelling) bigger room the next morning when it was available. The only other issue I had is I booked connecting rooms but they weren't available when I checked in so they gave us rooms next door to each other instead which worked out fine. Wifi was a bit spotty in my room but I made it work, not too bad. The area seemed a little sketchy at first glance (across from railroad tracks covered in graffiti) but it's actually a great quiet neighborhood. The metro (Rome station) was only a 3 - 5min walk down the street. There's a charming street with tons of restaurants about 2 min away and in the other direction there is a main street about 5 - 7min walk from the hotel with even more restaurants, shops, and outdoor vendors. There's a supermarket across the street from the metro that's open until 11pm. Great location and value. I would definitely stay here again.
A mildly disappointing stay, particularly given the price paid for the room. The location of the hotel is reasonable, looking down onto an expanse of train tracks. Pont-Cardinet station is less than 10 minutes away on foot; it's a similar distance to the nearest Metro station. I presume that the hotel was busy during my stay - there was a bit of a queue at check-in and staff, while polite, seemed quite harassed. The room was small even by Parisian standards and was a little disappointing. On a bitterly cold January day the thermostat was broken. A small electric heater had been wheeled into the room as compensation. Despite the room generally looking modern, the walls were quite badly scuffed in places and the ceiling of the bathroom was stained. The bed was however comfortable and overall cleanliness was good. The lobby and breakfast room are pleasant but small. Breakfast was of a good (typical Mercure) standard. Overall a decent (if expensive) stay, but there are certainly better (quality and value) Mercure hotels in Paris.
Stayed here for two nights. Our room was quite small, but I think it is what you would expect for Paris. We had a lovely Juliette style balcony which I really loved. Tea and coffee were in the rooms, everything was very clean. There was quite a lot of noise from the street outside and the trains if you keep the windows open, but there is aircon in the room if you need to close the windows to sleep. The staff were very friendly and the location of the hotel is very good; there are lots of restaurants nearby and we didn't use public transport, we walked everywhere although it was quite a lot of walking! Only faults with this hotel were car parking; we had to use the public car park which was some distance down the street. We had quite a lot of luggage with us so lugging it to and from the car park park was quite hard. Parking wasn't cheap either, but I suppose that's what you pay for Paris. Other fault was the hotel bar; wasn't really much of a bar, more of a hotel lobby and after a meal we came back to have a drink and they had run out of white wine! We had a lovely stay here though, we would go back.
Amazing hotel! The hotel is located opposite the Metro line making it easy to travel into the centre of Paris. Amazing location as a short walk to Moulin Rouge and only a mile to Champs Elysees and Arc de Triomphe. Hotel rooms are small but more than big enough. Lovely hotel lobby and beautifully decorated rooms. Staff were lovely and ensured that we were able to check into one of our rooms early and then held our cases for our late flight home. Have already recommended this hotel to friends and family. Will certainly stay here again! Comfiest beds ever!!
As a frequent traveler and Accor Hotels gold member, I do usually appreciate Mercure hotels quality for value. This one is the exception. Room was really too small, especially if you consider this is a 4 star rated hotel. No service.
The hotel seems old and in need for some maintenance. It is small but it has all the basics. The staff is kind and service oriented, I think that is one of their strenghts. Breakfast is good (nice local cheese) and the location was good for me as enjoy walking in the city (20 min. walk to blvd. Haussman)
DON'T TRUST THE PHOTO!! This is NOT the Mecure Paris at 99 Rue de Rome!! (Our room actually faced the street, had dead plants in the outdoor window planter, & a clear view of a graffiti wall across the street near the active railroad tracks!) If all you need is a bed and shower because you spend most of your time out exploring, this hotel will suffice. It would also help if you speak French, since many front desk staff don't speak English, and so aren't very helpful. Rooms are very small and 2 side closets hold about 5 hangers each. Our "queen" bed was actually 2 twin beds pushed together. We stayed for 2 wks & lived out of our suitcases. The bathroom ceiling was peeling and the shower had only 3 sides, so the floor got covered with water whenever it was used. (Good news: there was always hot water!) The location isn't close to most city landmarks or tour companies, so expect to spend money to get where you want to go. There are two railroad stations within walking distance. The hotel doesn't have a kitchen, though there is a bar off the lobby. Restaurants nearby are few. We used this hotel as a 'home base' while we visited Paris and countries nearby. Had we planned to remain in Paris the entire time, we would've chosen a larger, more centrally located hotel.
We stayed at this hotel 20th - 24th may and it was perfect for what we needed, close to the tourist spots by metro or walking. Good wifi which is included in the cost, breakfast is provided at an extra cost although we didn't try it. The bed was comfy and room was spacious. The only thing that would have been handy was if they had spare plug adopters we had forgotten ours which I understand was our mistake but we would have happily paid a deposit as I know people don't always return items they borrow. Would highly recommend this hotel for a trip to Paris for sightseeing.
Our stay of 4 days was about as much as we would like at this hotel. The desk staff were ok, if you got the right shift. Room was a little warm for us with no adjustment that we could find, despite reporting a burnt out hairdryer nothing was done during our stay. However the bed was comfortable and the room spacious for our needs, wi-fi worked good. The location is around 40euros from the main railway station and close to numerous resturants. Overall basic comfortable accomodation
The overall stay was ok. The room was small, but that is expected for Paris. The room was clean and the bathroom was nice. The issue we encountered was the unwelcomeness of the receptionist when we arrived. I understand that I do not speak your first language, but this is the hospitality industry and you can try to be accommodating. The lady was beyond rude, we simply asked her to point out the nearest underground on a map so we could get on our way and adventure and she legit circled a picture of where the hotel was and said good luck. Also, zero explanation was giving that you need to use your key card to put on the light, so that was a bit confusing as well. Luckily later on there was a different receptionist and the man was more friendly and assisted us. Overall, ok location, ok amenities but that does not make up for the unwelcomeness of the staff. It was not a good way to start our trip in Paris.
- Walking distance to Parc Monceau
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- 24-hour business center
Located in 17th Arrondissement within a short walk of Parc Monceau, Mercure Paris Saint Lazare Monceau is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Galeries Lafayette. This 51-room, 4-star hotel has a bar/lounge along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and a 24-hour business center. Located in central Paris, the hotel is also near Arc de Triomphe and Eiffel Tower.
Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 10 AM. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge.
The 51 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including refrigerators, coffee makers, and free bottled water. Flat-screen TVs come with satellite channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include safes, phones, and desks.
Renovated in 2013, Mercure Paris Saint Lazare Monceau offers free WiFi in public areas, a 24-hour business center, and express check-in. Extended parking is offered for a fee. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include express check-out, free newspapers, and a TV in a common area.
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86% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 289 reviews