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i stayed on this hotel for 2 nights late last January
every thing was very good except the room location
it was in the first floor on the street where the noise is high at night and at early morning
the reason of this is...More
1 Thank MamdouhSA
Response from A-Bidoli, Directeur général at Mercure Paris Place d'ItalieResponded 16 March 2017
thank you very much for your kind review.
We are happy that you enjoy our staff service and your stay between us.
All our rooms have windows with double glazing, so they are normally quiet. But of course, in the middle of a...More
Good hotel, clean rooms with safe and small refrigerator. Ideal for self bought drinks. Small bar,no drafted beers,only bottled. Loungeroom. Breakfast non continental really French, but just enough choice. No restaurant. A few own parkingspaces (2) in a nearby parking. 3 times a week local...More
Thank Leo v
Response from A-Bidoli, Directeur général at Mercure Paris Place d'ItalieResponded 8 February 2017
thank you very much for your reply.
We are happy that you enjoyed your stay at the Mercure Paris Place d'Italie.
We hope to welcome you soon for your next stay in Paris.
Paris synonymous with love is the first thing that comes to anyone's mind. We stayed in Paris for 6 nights and I chose this hotel for its proximity to the centre of Paris and the mix of a choice of budgeted places to eat.
Thank vikram j
Response from A-Bidoli, Directeur général at Mercure Paris Place d'ItalieResponded 24 January 2017
thank you very much for your review.
We are glad that you have appreciated the location of the hotel, situated in the typical parisian district of "La butte aux Cailles", with a lot of restaurants, shops and little markets.
To find the best...More
The hotel was conveniently located. The check in was easy and room was clean and comfortable. The bathroom was clean. The beds were comfy. We awoke to a lovely farmer's market on Sunday morning outside the hotel. There were lots of different stalls selling cheese,...More
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1 Thank Deneen c
Response from A-Bidoli, Directeur général at Mercure Paris Place d'ItalieResponded 6 January 2017
What a pleasure to read your comment: thank you very much!
We are really happy that you could appreciate our renovated rooms, our cosy beds and the cleaness of the hotel, and also the local market in front of us.
We do our...More
I stayed there for one night only - he service is ok, the rooms are clean and modern; however, a bit small.
The best thing about this hotel is its location. it is near a metro which will get you to wherever you need to...More
1 Thank smitadc
Response from A-Bidoli, Directeur général at Mercure Paris Place d'ItalieResponded 2 December 2016
thank you very much for your review!
We are glad that you apprecited your stay with us and our renovated hotel.
We agree with you: the location of the hotel is perfect for business or leisure purpose...a lively district close to the shopping...More
Far off the beaten path, this part of Paris is a forgotten gem worth exploring. Avenue d’Ivry houses Europe's largest Chinatown with great Asian supermarkets and shops, and a thrilling atmosphere around Chinese New Year. Place d’Italie impresses onlookers as soon as they set their eyes on it. Not far, around La Butte aux Cailles, the streets suddenly imitate provincial France and you’ll feel like you’ve
been transported. The beauty of these streets lies in their surprises around every twist and turn.
Response from A-Bidoli | Property representative |
to go to Disneyland by train it will costs 10 € par person (more or less): you have to catch the line nr 6 until Nation, and there you have to change and take the RER A untill Eurodisney. By taxi it dépends... More
to go to Disneyland by train it will costs 10 € par person (more or less): you have to catch the line nr 6 until Nation, and there you have to change and take the RER A untill Eurodisney. By taxi it dépends on traffic, but it should be around 50/60 €.
Close to the Hotel you have the Rue de la Butte aux Cailles which is a typical aerea of Paris, with a lot of Restaurants, Brasseries and bars...2 minutes walking from the Hotel.
Have a good day!