Sleek rooms with coffeemakers, mini-fridges, and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels
Privilege Rooms have iphone/iPad docking stations and Nespresso machines
Free Nespresso available in lobby
and free bottled water in rooms
Small on-site bar
Internet corner with computer and printer
Free Wi-Fi throughout
Slightly off the well-worn tourist track (a pro for some)
Standard Rooms are small with cramped showers
Fee for breakfast
No full-restaurant or fitness center on-site
Located in the 17th Arrondissement in the northwest of Paris, the mid-range, 51-room Mercure Paris Saint Lazare Monceau is a modern, boutique hotel with sleek but small rooms. It's a five-minute walk to the Rome metro station and a 10- to 12-minute walk to the lovely Parc Monceau and Square des Batignolles. While there's no on-site restaurant, the modern lobby has a small bar, and a buffet breakfast is available for an extra fee. Rooms might be a tight squeeze for families or groups, but connecting rooms are available on request, and Privilege Rooms, with docking stations and sofas, offer more space. Travelers may want
to compare rates with the Best Western Hotel Marais Bastille, a mid-range hotel with larger rooms that's within
walking distance of the lively Marais area and the nightlife around the Bastille.
Housed in a neoclassical building with Juliet balconies, Mercure
Paris Saint Lazare Monceau is modern and sleek after its renovation, with white columns and a stark-white reception desk, slate-gray floors, and a decorative fireplace with a round mirror hanging over it, all enhanced by creative lighting.
A seating area made up of light-colored couches and silver lamps offers a posh space for guests to
gather. Off the lobby near the breakfast area is a small bar, with a couch and
guests can sip cocktails. The hotel draws mostly couples, but given its proximity to La Defense, business travelers have found their way here too.
Five-minute walk to Rome metro station, high-end shopping, and major businesses
Paris Saint Lazare Monceau is located in Paris' 17th Arrondissement, home to a
number of cafes and restaurants, as well as corporate offices and stores, but it's a largely residential area that closes down a bit in the evening. It's within a 10-minute walk of the Parc Monceau and the Square des Batignolles, lovely green spaces, and a six-minute walk to the Rue de Levis, one of Paris' liveliest streets that few tourists know about. The hotel is about four or five metro stops to the village streets of Montmarte. The Arc de
Triomphe and Champs Elysees are an 18-minute metro ride away. Charles de Gaulle Airport is about a 50-minute drive, depending on traffic, but guests can connect to the RER at Gare du Nord and avoid the traffic on this route.
rooms with flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, and free Wi-Fi
Standard Rooms at the Mercure Paris are small, with little space for moving around the beds and tiny round tables with seating. But decor is fresh and decidedly posh, with gray herringbone floors, recessed lighting, and leather-handled wardrobes resembling upended steamer trunks. Tan leather headboards, crisp white bedding, and blankets edged in orange trim combine to create a sleek look in a color scheme reminiscent the luxury brand Hermès. Bathrooms are tight, but modern with small showers and
basin sinks. All rooms have flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, coffee- and tea making facilities,
and mini-fridges with free bottled water. Larger Privilege Rooms add iPhone/iPad docking stations, Nespresso machines, sodas, and shower/tub combos in the bathrooms.
The breakfast buffet includes pastries, cold
cuts, and eggs, and comes with a fee. There’s a small on-site bar where guests can sit with their wine and cocktails,
and free Nespresso coffee is available in the lobby. The hotel also has an Internet
corner with a computer and a printer for guests' use, and free Wi-Fi is available throughout.
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