A well-reputed local establishment.
A well-reputed local establishment.
Du Theatre - © EASYVOYAGE
Du Theatre - © EASYVOYAGE
The hotel is located on a quiet little street in a safe neighbourhood, surrounded by a selection of shops and just a ten-minute walk (or even less if you run!) from Parc Monceau. The closest metro station is Rome.
The hotel has 21 guest rooms, all of which fall into the "Standard" category. They feature rather dated decor, though despite the lack of modernity there's nothing unbearable about them and they are nevertheless in good condition. Furniture includes a large wardrobe where guests can hang their clothes and store their luggage, and also where you'll find the free safe. There is no mini-bar, no individual air-conditioning and no room service here, but there is free Wi-Fi access and a large, wall-mounted, plasma-screen satellite television. The bathrooms also offer the major advantage of all having a bathtub.
The hotel is indicated by a huge sign, so it's difficult to miss this otherwise rather plain building. Despite its appearances, the hotel does have a fair bit of history behind it, with André Breton, one of the founders of the Surrealist art movement, having stayed here with his partner at the time, Nadja. The rather comfortable lobby is pretty standard in size, with large leather sofas and classical bourgeois decor, as well as a large plasma-screen which only broadcasts French channels.The breakfast room is located in a vault on the basement level and there is also a conference room which can be reserved in advance.
beauty salon, spa, Turkish bath
Super hôtel avec une belle vue
Wifi gratuit Baignoire
pas de climatisation
Chambre vétuse et très petite
Proche du parc Monceau
un bar à côté de l'hotel une sortie de théatre en face de l'hotel
This hotel is really original.
Simplicity and efficiency!
The hotel relais Monceau is an establishment with a personality, adopting an uniquestyle in its communal areas to provide a pleasant setting between la Madelaine and the Opera.
A charmless and nondescript establishment.
A hotel with a friendly welcome
This is a sophisticated and expensive hotel.
A clever mix of the classic and contemporary
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