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Mon Hotel Paris

Posted on March 4, 2011 | HotelsOne Comment

Welcome to the polished designer boutique in Paris! Mon Hotel Paris is an ideal retreat that hides itself in between the serene residential area and the busy Champs Elysees. To be very exact, it is between the place de l’Etoile and the esteemed Avenue Foch. The lavish, but offbeat design of the interior planned by the famous Aurelia Santoni, the laid-back ambiance, stylish French items, and the various business give aways make this hotel as the any-time hotspot to indulge in an authentic Parisian life, but without losing the experience of perfect tranquility. Welcoming the patrons day and night, Mon Hotel Paris is a perfect sanctuary for friends, families, and business folks.

The hotel is very near to the famous Arc de Triomphe, Louvre museum, Eiffel Tower, and Bois de Boulogne.


At the Mon Hotel Paris, there are some 36 guest rooms on 6 floors; all of which offer premium bedding, TV, and satellite channels. No matter which one you choose, you get all the basic amenities: Wireless Internet access, complimentary newspaper, climate control, Internet access (complimentary), phone, mini bar, wake-up calls, housekeeping, private bathroom, designer toiletries, bathrobes, hair dryer, makeup/shaving mirror, in-room massage, slippers, bathroom phone, handheld shower, electronic/magnetic keys, satellite television service, in-room safe, desk, clock radio, opening window, and cribs for the infants.

Out of the total number of rooms here, there are 5 Executive rooms, 6 Deluxe Rooms, 10 Superior rooms, and 16 are Premium rooms.


• Parking (secure)  • Parking (surcharge)  • Parking garage  • Limo or Town Car service  • Air-conditioned public areas  • Lift  • Restaurant(s) in hotel  • Lounge  • Breakfast available (surcharge)  • Room service (24 hours)  • 24-hour front desk  • Safe-deposit box – front desk  • Complimentary newspapers in lobby

• Concierge services  • Business services such as fax and modem lines  • Internet access in public areas – complimentary  • Internet access – wireless  • Wi-fi  • Multilingual staff  • Laundry facilities  • Dry cleaning/laundry service  • Elevator/lift  • Express check-in and check-out  • Wheelchair access


• Spa tub  • Steam room  • Massage – spa treatment room(s)  Spa (by Payot)  • Turkish bath  • Beauty services  • Fitness facilities including a gym  • Running track/path and bicycle rentals nearby

The Mon Spa is a true oasis of recreation that is purposely tucked away from the hustles and bustles of the city. The spa zone is loaded with a fitness area, Turkish bath, and massage room for a 100% break from the routine life.


There is only restaurant here and it is an expert in serving Italian, French, and Chinese cuisine. At Mon Resto, you can savor a large buffet breakfast in the heart of a antique architecture boasting the Murano glass chandeliers, replica of 17th century Angel of the Annunciation, and two stunning portraits of Kate Moss in black and white. Afternoon tea is also served. In the evening, intimate atmosphere, candles, soft lighting, music, and projected black and white movies of 1950′s make up for a perfect setting for dinner. The restaurant is not open in August.


From $262 per night.

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