About Hôtel Mercure Paris Opéra Grands Boulevards
Mercure Paris Opera Garnier Grands Boulevards is a stylish hotel located in the Opera District, in Paris’ 9th arrondissement.
Guest rooms boat modern, musical-themed décor and floor-to-ceiling windows. Free Wi-Fi, Flat screen TV, minibar, air conditioning, desk, tea and coffee facilities and hairdryer are standard.
This boutique hotel features room service and dry cleaning services. The Living Room, a lounge with guest computer, open 24-hours, is a plus. Breakfast is included for a fee.
Mercure Paris Opera Garnier Grands Boulevards has no restaurant on property but there are dozens of restaurants and cafes right outside your door. Try Tesoro d’Italia for Italian cuisine. The hotel’s Bar/Lounge offers snacks, cocktails, beer and wine.
You can walk to the Grevin Museum, Palais Garnier Opera House, The Louvre, Le Manoir de Paris, Church of St. Eugene-St, Cecile, Le Paris Urban Art Gallery, the Folies-Bergere and Passage Jouffroy, from the hotel.
The hotel has recently been refurbished.
Mercure Paris Opera Garnier Grands Boulevards has recently undergone a renovation which is always a wonderful thing. Not only are the public spaces clean and bright, but the guest rooms are in great shape and the bright, contemporary furnishings make for a lovely ambiance.
Pets are welcome.
It’s wonderful that pets are allowed at this hotel, especially if you like to travel with your favourite canine companion. Your dog will love it too, because Paris is such a dog-friendly city and there are so many great walks to be had just outside your door.
This is a non-smoking hotel.
This is a non-smoking property which is great for those who don’t imbibe and like their surroundings smelling fresh, rather than like second-hand smoke. In addition, the fact that this property has recently undergone renovations means that no telltale signs of past, second-hand smoke are lurking about.
There’s no restaurant in the hotel.
There is no restaurant at Mercure Paris Opera Garnier Grands Boulevards which could be a bit of a drag. However, the Bar does serve a light menu and you also have room service at your disposal. If those options don’t work for you, you can always dine at Lo Zio, which serves Italian food, or any of the dozens of other restaurants and cafes located nearby.
Things can get noisy.
If you are looking for a quiet stay, be sure to book a room at the rear of the property, as the front of the hotel is subject to noise from the road despite the residential feel of the neighbourhood.
The rooms are small.
Many of the guest rooms here are a bit small. So if you are travelling with more than one person, have a lot of luggage in tow or need extra room to manoeuvre, be sure to mention this when booking.