Mercure Paris La Defense Parc
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I stayed here for 5 nights ,choosing the hotel due to its close proximity to L'Ecole du Ballet de L'Opera de Paris ( 250 metres/ 2minute walk). and the RER station Nanterre Prefecture. The hotel is divided into 2 buildings and the RER station is between them. On exiting the RER the main reception is to the left. We had a pleasant welcome from Simon who patiently accepted my attempts to speak French and was very accommodating in assigning us a twin room in the second ( quieter) building. The entrance and elevators were security protected by the room key swipe cards. The rooms were spacious but quite dimly lit. Kettles were provided with paper cups and a couple of coffee sachets.Only flavoured teas were provided in the rooms but ordinary tea was available at breakfast. The wifi was consistent. There were few electric sockets , one of which was blocked and another disintegrated. There was an in room refrigerator with a single complimentary small bottle of Evian on the first day. The twin beds were narrow but comfortable. The shower was hot and was situated over the bath.The towels were rather thin.Despite previous reviews mentioning noise and vibration from the RER this wasn't apparent in our room, and the surrounding area was quiet at night. The breakfast was very poor. We were part of a group allocated to eat in a separate room from the main restaurant. The service was very poor and waitresses unfriendly. Often there were no bowls or spoons. One morning, with still over an hour of scheduled breakfast time left there were no bread products, croissants or pain au chocolat. It took over half an hour for these to be replenished. It was not made clear at the time of reserving the hotel on a special rate that we would be provided with such an inferior breakfast service, including on the first morning of our stay in which I had not paid a reduced rate. The hotel has a restaurant open Monday through Thursday serving traditional French fare. There are a number of restaurants in the area serving pizza and pasta. The fitness centre was minimalist containing only 4 pieces of equipment - a technogym stationary bicycle, reclined bicycle, abdominal crunch machine and a cross trainer and 2 floor mats; water and towels were provided. Overall a disappointing stay, more of a budget hotel rather than a business hotel.
I stayed at the Mercure La Defense Grande Arche for a week at the end of October to beginning of November in 2017. The hotel staff, particularly Nathan, were wonderfully helpful! The main areas of the hotel were nice and comfortable. There was a bit of train noise in my first room and as I am a light sleeper I was given a new room in their second building where I slept very well. The hotel is very near a train station and in a wonderful area for walking and exploring La Defense.
was booked to see the rolling stones in paris,and through a wrong date booking made by sandown travel agents in sandton city(don't use them) the hotel staff were kind enough to ensure I had the 2 nights that was supposed to be booked and made sure I would not have to go looking for a hotel on a very busy week in paris. I cannot thank the front desk staff enough for ensuring I had really nice accomadation for my stay,the hotel is ideally situated and is clean and well worth the stay
In the Nanterre area on business, I needed somewhere close to the RER and the office I was visiting. This hotel ticked both boxes, however, the quality was very poor.The hotel is way too basic, too understaffed and too unclean to warrant a higher rating. Maybe I just hit on a bad night ( the Rolling Stones were in town ) but even so, I left this hotel feeling I had been shortchanged.
I come to Paris a lot for work, thought I would try this hotel for a change.....Although the location isn't bad (there is an underground very close which is approx 5 mins on the underground to La Defence), reading the name you would assume it's very close to la defence, however it's not right in la defence as you would maybe think from the name.I had a lovely room (sarcastic), which seemingly was very close to a rail line, not sure if this was an underground as I couldn't obviously see an overground, even so, this reduced the amount of sleep I managed to get significantly.This hotel classes itself as a 4 star, compared to other 4 star hotels located in the main la defence area, this was more like a 3.Finally, compared to other hotels which are more 4 start and with the location, this seemed expensive.
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- Direct dial telephone
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Mercure Paris La Defense ParcParis,France
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Entree 20 17 Esplanade Charles de Gaulle Rue des Trois Fontanot, 92000 Nanterre, La Defense France
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