A dynamic team will welcome you in this hotel
A dynamic team will welcome you in this hotel
This part of the city is particularly well-served by public transport networks and it offers easy access to the centre of Paris (metro and bus routes), meaning that you can benefit from slightly cheaper room rates than those practised in the very touristy parts of the city. You will find a nice selection of restaurants in this part of town, caring for every taste. The Bois de Vincennes park and district around Bercy Village aren't far either.
The 48 guestrooms of the hotel all display the same 1930's style. The rooms' design is rather simple, with a mahogany desk and chair for furniture and upholstery in various shades of blue (carpet, curtains and bedspreads). They are equipped with all of the necessary amenities: a hairdryer, a minibar, a separate toilet, television and individual air-conditioning (not in every room, some have fans).
This hotel is perfect for business trips, with its fully equipped conference hall with natural light which can welcome a maximum capacity of 20 guests. Its 1930's decoration is very pleasant and the staff are dynamic - a classic and welcoming hotel. After a day's work or sightseeing even, you will be able to relax with a drink at the hotel bar and enjoy free WiFi internet access.
massage, spa, Turkish bath
Hotel relativement correct. Bon accueil .
Proximité Gare de Lyon et station de métro juste devant
La wifi n'était pas accessible dans toutes les chambres.
Un hôtel bien correct, accueil courtois, chambre donnant sur un square jardin, bien situé, métro devant l'hôtel. Petit déjeuner autour de 8? un peu simple.L'hôtel Pavillon Bercy Gare de Lyon, implanté sur la rive droite de la Seine, est situé à proximité du Palais Omnisports de Bercy, de la Bastille et de la Gare de Lyon
Personnel très agréable Très bon rapport qualité/prix Quartier calme
Equipement salle de bain insuffisant Manque de restaurant de proximité surtout le soir
Mainly intended for business people, who will find all the necessary comfort and space to work (with no less than 11 meeting rooms!), this hotel has managed to bring together the peaceful atmosphere of the hotel and the hustle and bustle of the entertainment offered by Opera Garnier, Bercy Village and the nearby department stores.
Although the façade is a little bland, it conceals a lovely, modern little hotel.
As this is a Novotel hotel, it benefits from the regular standards of the chain in a pleasant environment, close to Parc de Bercy. It is even more ideally located if you are going to Paris to see a concert or a sports event!
A residential hotel at the heart of the Bercy district.
A beautiful hotel with a modern, refined style. Friendliness and warmth are the key words here, where everything has been taken care of so that guests have the most pleasant stay possible. A superb terrace looking out over a park is the perfect opportunity to refresh your mind and your lungs.
A little gem...
A clean and well-located chain hotel.
You're sure to fall in love with this charming hotel, not to mention its owners!
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