Mercure Paris Tour Eiffel Grenelle
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AUGUST 9, 2010, Day 9
Getting up at 4am for a flight to Paris was not what I was expecting; I hit the snooze on my phone and ended up being the last person on our motor coach getting on quite a few minutes after the scheduled departure time. In the end, we were only 5 minutes behind on our schedule by the time we arrived at London Heathrow …
... is from my perspective a must see for anyone visiting the City of Light. The key feature of the design is the 271 foot-high dome which has a pair of archangels neatly fitted into two V-shaped vaulted arches, their wings spread protectively over the congregation below. Luc-Olivier Merson’s massive golden mosaic - Christ in Majesty – is set in another cupola above the altar. The stained-glass is a little too modern for my taste, but the rose windows are quite ...
... day in Paris. We caught the Metro and then walked from the Eiffel Tower, and were nearly all the way to the Fat Tire Tours shop when Rachelle realized she had forgotten to bring ID or her credit card, which our voucher said were required as proof of payment, but thankfully they let it slide. We took a train out to Versailles, which took about 25 minutes, then picked up our bicycles and rode to a market near the entrance to the Chateau, where we bought all the fixin's for ...
... of French Gothic architecture and among the largest and most well-known church buildings in the world. The naturalism of its sculptures and stained glass are in contrast with earlier Romanesque architecture. This was a beautiful site as well. Tini and Bart and their kids left us while we got in line to tour the Notre Dame. It was a great way to see the beauty of this great landmark. This was our last night in the city of love and we decided to take a ...
... them now, but they are at least patient and tolerant of the pleasure their parents' obvious derive from walking past a multitude of stalls through a crush of people.
After the market we went to Jardin de Halles, which is another large park with playground areas. When we got there, we were shocked to see that most of the park is under construction. I'm not sure what they are doing, but it was all torn up with lots of gates and ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Mercure Paris Tour Eiffel Grenelle
My husband and I stayed here for a 3-night long weekend in February 2005. We booked the hotel through laterooms.com and paid €355 for the 3 nights, bed and breakfast.
A great location just opposite the metro and a scenic journey across the Seine to Trocadero only took minutes.
Rooms were clean, well equipped and there was a big duvet on the bed ! Very comfortable.
There is a bar that has a daily happy hour.
Would definitely stay here again
We stayed here 2 nights, 21st and 22nd December 2004 as part of a week of 50th birthday celebrations.
Right by Eiffel Tower
We stayed here for 2 nights as part of our tour in November 2004. The hotel is 5 minutes walk to Eiffel Tower, one hour walk to the Louvre. There's a tube station entrance a few minutes walk from the hotel. Taking the tube to other part of city was fairly easy. The set up of our room is very unusual, the toilet is separated from the bath tub and sink, which is very inconvenient. The bath tub has a very small glass door which covers only 40% of the tub, water is splashed all over the floor. The Concierge was very rude. They got impatience when we were making currency exchange and asking about the internet access. Generally speaking, hotels in France are less expensive than most places in Europe, you can find better and cheaper hotels.
Just returned from a 3-night stay at the 4* Mercure Paris Tour Eiffel, and I could not have been more pleased. Exhausted after an overnight flight, my room - with a very comfortable bed - was available shortly after arrival. The room was spacious by what am told are Paris standards, and the bathroom was not only larger than I could have ever imagined, but also spotless beyond belief. A deal on lastminute included a buffet breakfast, which was relatively simple, but more than adequate. The front desk staff and dining room manager were all bilingual, and extremely service oriented. An added benefit was a wonderful Sunday street market a stone's throw from the hotel. Mercure Paris Tour Eiffel offers standard French amenities; however, do not expect wash cloths (thankfully, I brought my own) or access to an iron. Located within walking distance of the Eiffel Tower; metro just steps away from hotel.
Very nice spacious hotel
This was a lovely hotel approx 5 mins walk from the Eiffel Tower. There is a metro station right outside (Dupleix Ligne 6), and it is only one stop away from the RER which you can use to get to Disneyland, etc. The rooms are very large, we had a deluxe room which was more than adequate.
Room service is very reasonable, although the menu is quite limited, we normally got our food within 30 mins of ordering. When we visited, there were 3 english speaking TV channels (CNN, CNBC, and BBC World) but you get 4 pay channels too.
Staff are very friendly, and mostly English speaking and seemed more than happy to give directions to shopping centres, monuments, etc. It is not the most central hotel but I would definitely recommend it.
This was a great weekend which went smoothly from beginning to end. The reason for our visit to Paris was to celebrate my father's 90th Birthday on the 18th July 2004. His dream was to go up the Eiffel Tower and have a trip on the River Seine. This we did on his actual birthday together with my mother who is 92. They thoroughly enjoyed the experience but now want to go back again to go up the Tower at night!!! This hotel I cannot rate highly enough as they were so attentive in all respects, room and service were excellent. I actually took a Birthday Cake with me and decided to have a cup of tea with the cake, so asked if I could borrow a knife to cut it. They took the cake away and before we knew it they had laid up a table with all the trimmings for the five of us in their patio area. This truly was the icing on the cake for my father and the whole Paris Experience is one which we will never forget. Thank you to all at the Hotel.
The Paris Metro at your hotel door
When booking a hotel room in Paris the proximity of a metro station is of utmost importance. But having it literally across your door makes a real difference. When you add to it an extremely helpful and courteous staff, and a spotless, quiet, confortable room, you feel happy for making the right decision. My wife, my 17 y/o daughter and myself spent six days at the Mercure Paris Tour Eiffel and in great part because of that we enjoyed a lovely vacation. Special thanks for the complimentary bottle of champagne and snacks we were treated with as an apology for not having our room ready when we arrived at the hotel (10:00 am!!!). Eiffel Tower is just a 10 minutes walk away through a lovely neighborhood.
I booked a long weekend in this hotel for me and the misses for a special occasion. I booked thru ratestogo for 150 euros per night for a double room. Included was a half bottle of champagne, breakfast and a boat trip on the Seine. The Hotel was very nice. The room was clean and a sufficient size. The reception was extremely friendly and there was a view of the Eifel tower from our window. What more do you want. The Metro (Tube Station) is next door to the hotel. I recommend that you park your car in the hotel car park for 17 euros per night as the Parisians are crazy drivers. Use the metro to go everywhere - its 8 euros per person for a day ticket for all public transport - that covers all of central Paris. There is a street market at the front of the hotel on Sunday morning. Its a short 5-10 minute walk to the river seine and the eifel tower. Will
My wife and I stayed here in September 2000 as part of a United Vacations tour package. The hotel is a contemporary styled hotel reasonably near the Eiffel Tower (hence its name). Don't go here if you are looking for lots of old Paris atmosphere as it serves a lot of businessmen. However, it is right across the street from a Metro station so you can get around the city very easy. The neighborhood is generally quiet but very typical of a French residential area. And twice a week there is a very large outdoor market held under the Metro tracks were it is very easy to get into the Parisian frame of mind.