L’hôtel Le Marcel est situé face à la Gare de l’Est…
... And 5 minutes walk from the Gare du Nord.
About Le Marcel Paris Gare de l'Est
Enter the 4 star boutique hotel The Marcel is entering a modern world combining calm and well being in the parisian heart of cultural ferment, artistic and gastronomic. Our rooms with elegant and stylish decor were designed by the designer Claudia Bubba with the aim to optimize space and ensure optimal comfort. Ideal to accommodate women and businessmen visiting Paris on the occasion of the numerous trade fairs organized in Villepinte Exhibition Centre, the hotel is also an ideal stopover for honeymooners in one of the capitals romantic in the world. The experienced and multilingual staff will welcome you in the evening after returning from a day of sightseeing and will be at your disposal to ensure a good recovery and prepare your evening or the next day. Hotel Marcel is located opposite the Gare de l'Est and 5 minutes walk from Gare du Nord in the heart of a neighborhood that does not leave anyone a chance to get bored. Opera, Les Galeries Lafayette, Montmartre, the Canal Saint-Martin, the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, the Champs Elysees, ... the many bus lines and subway, at the foot of the Hotel, will lead you to more quickly near these places and shops that are hallmarks of Paris ... You are in the heart of Paris, everything is at your fingertips.
Newly renovated, fully air-conditioned rooms and suites are equipped with free wifi broadband, flat screen TVs with international channels, mini bar, safe, welcome pack, restaurant room for your breakfast, business corner ...
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