A charming hotel in a lively district.
A charming hotel in a lively district.
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Monte Carlo - © EASYVOYAGE
The hotel looks out on to a lively street, a little way down from the vibrant nightlife district of the Grands Boulevards, famous for its typically Parisian passageways but also for its many bars and restaurants, cinemas and night clubs. There is plenty of activity all the way down to the area where the hotel is situated, where the many shops form picturesque, cosmopolitan surroundings. For fans of traditional French cuisine served 'on the go' but in a magnificent setting, the very popular - and often crowded - brasserie "Chez Chartier" is a short distance away up the hill. The nearest underground stations is Le Peletier.
This is a hotel with charm and character as its owners go to great trouble to keep it original. The poet Louis Aragon probably already knew it as he set part of the action for one of his books in this hotel. The 28 guestrooms of this hotel are bursting with motley colours and objects, enhanced by lighting. They are not very spacious however and not air-conditioned, but both the safe and WiFi internet access are free of charge in every room. All bathrooms, very pretty and functional, are equipped with a shower. The prices are in the higher bracket for this category of hotel.
The main door is recognizable thanks to the bushes planted in pots on either side of it, the large tinted bay windows and the door handles in the shape of the favourite animal of the house: the cat. There used to be two, but it is now representations of them that can now be seen everywhere. The reception is quite small, the lobby is comfortable and warm-looking - the special care given to the decoration adds to the already soothing oriental ambiance. In the common areas, this inclination for luxuriant colours makes a really nice change of scenery. The whole renovation of the hotel was completed in the summer of 2009. The breakfast room is on the ground floor, furnished with a few tables only.
spa, Turkish bath
Cadre très cosy, belle chambre au calme. Sanitaire sur le palier pour 10 chambres
Décoration aux couleurs chaudes
Bruits liés aux sanitaires et va et vient sur le palier
Ideally located, this hotel has a definite inclination for prestige.
A charming hotel offering very good value for money.
With its sorry welcome and dismal amenities, the only "grand" thing about this hotel is its name.
An intimate hotel with plenty of charm.
A fine selection of amenities at this hotel located close to the Grands Boulevards.
A small, perfectly decent and very well-located local hotel.
A perfectly decent establishment.
A first-rate hotel in a vibrant part of the city.
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