Emeraude Louvre Montana Hotel Paris

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

12 rue Saint Roch, 01 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75001, France
Emeraude Louvre Montana Hotel
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  • Couples91
  • Solo75
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Louvre Montana Hotel

by earmijo

Hello - Would like to know has anyone stayed at Louvre Montana hotel in Paris? Never been to Paris and would like to stay near major sight-seeing sites, I know this is minutes from the Louvre so is this area a good middle ground to other sites, is it safe area, clean, etc?

Any advice would be much appreciated.

RE: Louvre Montana Hotel


The hotel has two very positive, recent reviews at Trip Advisor http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g187147-d207578-r4454470-The_Louvre_Montana_Hotel-Paris_Ile_de_France.html

Also it got many good reviews at venere.com so apparently it's a very nice hotel with spacious rooms and nice staff. It seems to be very safe and clean as well. The location is about 5 minutes to the Louvre and if you want you can surely walk to other sites such as Notre Dame and the rest of the Latin Quarter and also the Marais.

Hotel advice - Relais du Louvre or Emeraude Louvre Montana?

by mmmaher

I will be travelling in May; 2 adults and 2 children; need hotel advice. I want to stay in the 1st or 2nd arrondissement or around Notre Dame.

Of those 2,Relais du Louvre or Emeraude Louvre Montana, has anyone stayed at either, or does anyone have a recommendation as to a better 3star hotel?


Re: Hotel advice - Relais du Louvre or Emeraude Louvre Montana?


Definitely choose Le Relais du Louvre. I had intended to stay at this hotel and had emailed them last year. quite a bit. I was very impressed with the thorough, personalized emails that I received from the directrice, Sophie Aulnette. Very professional and warm is all I can say. She helped me select the room best suited for myself and family.
Unfortunately, we couldn't make the trip.

There are numerous favorable comments that you can see on tripadvisor.com about Le Relais du Louvre.

I don't know about the Emeraude Louvre Montana but there are a few comments on tripadvisor.com. You can see that Le Relais du Louvre has not only more comments but also all favorable while Louvre Montana has one negative comment; however, read between the lines as some negative comments, when read thoroughly look false.

Travel Tips for Paris

See the Louvre and Musee...

by curious_grg

See the Louvre and Musee D'Orsay, Notre Dame Cathedral, the Eiffel Tower, take a bus guided tour which covers the highlights; then you can return and spend more time at your favorites. One unusual experience was visiting this fabulous very old cemetery where Chopin and other famous people are buried. Definitely worthwhile! The cathedrals are wonderful and it's fun to watch the artists painting along the sidewalks and watch the rich and very tres chic shopping at the designer stores like Chanel. Fondest memory -buying fresh French bread right from the bakery and eating it while on walking tour. The broad streets and the beautiful trees, The Notre Dame Cathedral, the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, the Champs Elysee at night, seeing the Mona Lisa and the impressionist's paintings-it just was unreal. As far as warnings I would give, it would be to have handy at all times a French-English dictionary. The French have things on their menus that I had never seen before, just heard of, like head cheese and alot of things with ham. I thought I could remember my high school French and ended up ordering some strange things. But- The French bread and Brie and the wine are wonderful and there are bakeries galore with all kinds of mouth-watering delicacies. Also, you can take your dog with you to almost any restaurant! We happened to enjoy a kind of happenstance self-guided tour most of the time. The surprise of turning a corner in Paris and finding a beautiful designer boutique, an art museum or gallery, perhaps a street market with art and everything else-food, old books is so exciting. Things in Paris are grand in scale as opposed much of the quaintness one sees in London. Many of the major, must- see sites are quite far apart, too. So we found it mandatory to take a guided bus tour to cover the vast territory between the sites. The cab drivers are not the friendly blokes you find in London and are very expensive,too. So, stick with the sub or buses. There are some good guide books to help find places to eat, to see, where to stay, etc. If you have to make a few people happy, you might do well to decide on a kind of flexible itinerary before you start your trip, so you don't waste precious time figuring out what you want to see when you get there.
Also, prebook some of the little tours and excursions so you won't miss out.

Quartier Latin

by Helga67

In this old quarter on the left bank, you can find some famous schools of the future French Elite and the Sorbonne University. It's the neighbourhood of the students with bookshops, cheap and foreign shops, cafes, cinemas and jazz clubs.

Tourists’ Pleasure Built on Others’ Work

by von.otter

“The monarchy had its idlers, the republic had its loafers.”
— An 1848 remark by Victor Hugo (1802-1885)

Remember that wherever you travel, especially when you travel for leisure, your enjoyment of the time you are not working depends upon those who are working.

In some European countries, France and Italy leap to mind, when the locals are not working, if only for a day as they strike, airing some grievance, hoping to set it right, how very quickly your enjoyment is diminished.

Be kind to those who are working, helping to make your vacation enjoyable.

Oh... These Russians!

by kris-t

Paris was occupied by Russian Cossack and Kalmyk cavalry units upon Napoleon's defeat on the 31st of March 1814. This was the first time in 400 years that the city had been conquered by a foreign power.

Everyone knows word "bistro", but not everyone knows that this word has its origins from the Russians. It's really a bit twisted russian "bystro" (mean - hurry up; rapidly). This way Russian Cossacks on 1814 were hurrying french waiters whenever they visited a restaurant where the service was slow...

Le Parc des Buttes Chaumont

by basbed23

Buttes Chaumont is wonderful to visit, whether it be the winter or summer. Locals love to take afternoon strolls through the park. Parisiennes also love to stay in shape by taking a jog or practicing martial arts here.


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Address: 12 rue Saint Roch, 01 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75001, France