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Boutique hotel located in a quiet street in the heart of Ménilmontant. The best choice for less than 100 euros. Great reviews on Booking (8.7/10) and Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence.
Completely renovated in 2012, l’Hôtel de la Mare offers guests studios, rooms and suites at attractive prices in Paris.
All rooms are equipped with a kitchen corner, a flat 32" TV and free Wifi.
Parisian breakfast can be brought to your room from 8:30am (bread, croissant, orange juice, butter and jam).
The Residence area which occupies the upper floors are for long term rentals.
Métro (Subway) stations: Ménilmontant, Couronnes (Line 2) or Jourdain (Line 11). Line 2 provides direct access for visits to popular sites such as Montmartre, Pigalle and the Champs-Elysées. Line 11 will take you to the center of Paris (Hôtel de Ville, Châtelet).
Directions for Roissy Charles de Gaulle or Orly airports or to the main stations, please click here.
A vibrant location
Situated in the heart of the Ménilmontant quarter, 200 yards from the Parc de Belleville, halfway between the Parc des Buttes Chaumont and the Père Lachaise cemetary, the Hôtel de la Mare welcomes guests for short stays. East Paris is a hopping neighborhood. Between the Boulevard de Ménilmontant and the Rue des Pyrénées, it is truly a small village that attracts the most hop of Parisians. The neighborhood combines tall buildings and small, quiet streets. Cafés, restaurants and local theaters animate the streets for a vibrant nightlife.
Between the two World Wars, Charles Trenet, Casque d’Or, Edith Piaf all lived in the neighborhood. The renowed singer’s museum is located in the vicinity of the métro Ménilmontant. Closer to our doors, Serge Gainsbourg lived part of his youth on the local hill overlooking Paris.
More so than the celebrities, the locals that create the authenticity of the Ménilmontant quarters, who’s main thoroughfares and rustic side streets are filled with commercial venues that vary from local artisan boutiques to global brands. The youth of the capital city come in droves to the hills of Paris and the cafes are often brought to life with their singing and dancing!