Mondial Hotel Paris

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

5 Cite Bergere, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France
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57%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
12%
9
Very Good
15%
11
Average
30%
22
Poor
22%
16
Terrible
19%
14

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 30% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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Good For Solo
  • Families26
  • Couples34
  • Solo80
  • Business15

More about Mondial Hotel Paris

Off the traffic, close to the Grands Boulevards

by GUYON about Cite Bergere

Gathered in small streets called, Cite Bergere, several hotels, 2 or 3 stars, propose comfortable rooms at a reasonnable price.

- Hotel Victoria ** : 74€
- Hotel d'Espagne ** 84€
- Hotel du Bresil *** 95€
- Hotel Aston *** 80€
- Hotel Mondial ** 90€

(Room for 2 with a bath) These hotels are near the Grands Boulevards, musee Grevin (Wax Museum), passages Jouffroy and des Panoramas, Opera.

At the corner of Cite Berghere and Blvd Faubourg Montmartre, there is change bureau. Useful, no ?

Forum Posts

Thanksgiving trip

by diane694

Hi,
A group of us are planning a Thanksgiving trip to Paris for November. We have booked the Berne Opera Hotel. Since we did that the offer has been extended to include Hotel Mondial....we know nothing about either...anybody have any experience with either of these? Thanks in advance.

RE: Thanksgiving trip

by nygaston

Berne Opera is well located, not far (10 minutes) from Gare St Lazare and Opera, the big stores (Galeries Lafayette and Printemps) are not far too and the area is quiet.
Metro ROME.

Area around Gare De Lyon train station

by NeeNaVal

We're planning our first trip to Paris this Thanksgiving and need advice about hotel locations. Does anyone know anything about the area around the Gare De Lyon train station? Is it a safe walking area for six females ages 13 to 50+? Would the Hotel Mondial be a better location for our "home-base"? Any and all advice welcome!!!

Re: Area around Gare De Lyon train station

by clarion

We stayed near the Gare de Lyon not long ago. Busy area, lots of hotels, restaurants, street traffic, tourists, locals, etc. We felt as safe in that area as anywhere else that tourists normally go. You do have to hold onto your purses, etc. no matter where you go because there are very clever pickpockets in Paris, especially on the Metro. Carry as few valuables as possible and no more cash than you will reasonably need. You won't need your passport or driver's license on a daily basis so leave them in hotel safe. Ignore the occasional beggars - avoid eye contact and keep on walking. You will have a wonderful time. Paris is fabulous.

Paris in April

by zaz

Hello all, will be staying in Paris early April, at the Mondial Hotel, any comments on this hotel would be welcome. Also we will be in Paris for 2 nights, not long enough I know, but what are the must see sights and is the Loire Valley worth a day trip and is it pheasable to try and do this in a short space of time. Many thanks for any comments, Zaz

Re: Paris in April

by aramat

You could spend weeks in Paris alone... so if this is your first visit, you shouldn't leave the city (if you are very much into castles and must see one, go to Versailles instead of the Loire valley). There is really a lot to see: I would go to see the Notre Dame and the Sainte Chapelle, then walk to the Louvre and then all the way to the Arc de Triomphe (across Luxembourg garden and along the Champs Elysee). Going up the Eiffel Tower is also a must (you can climb or use the elevator - and you can also climb Notre Dame and the Arc de Triomphe, if you like views .-)). Montmartre is also a lovely place, with the Sacre Coeur. In the evening my favourite area is the Quartier Latin - all kinds of restaurants and a lively atmosphere. Taking an evening cruise on the Seine is also nice.

In addition, if you had more time, you should visit the Louvre properly, the Musee d'Orsay, the Pompidou Centre, the Pantheon, the old Marais and the modern new Defense quarters, the Invalides, the Opera, the famous department stores, have a coffee in a street cafe... I consider all these musts in Paris, so I would definitely not go to the Loire Valley. At least you will have a reason to go back to France.

Good planning! Tamara

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