Mercure Paris Porte de Saint Cloud is a modern hotel, with a grand pillared entrance, situated in Boulogne Billancourt on the outskirts of Paris, five kilometres from the Eiffel Tower and eight kilometres from the Champs Elysees. Paris Orly Airport is 25 kilometres away, a 30 minute drive. Hotel Features.
The bar serves a selection of drinks and cocktails in a stylish setting; the concierge can help plan sightseeing itineraries and book tickets to shows and attractions, and there are Internet connections in public areas (surcharge). The Mercure Paris Porte de Saint Cloud also features conference and banquet facilities, including 10 function rooms for up to 150 delegates, multilingual staff at the 24 hour front desk, currency exchange and safe deposit boxes.
L'Entracte restaurant at the Mercure Paris Porte de Saint Cloud serves traditional French dishes in a light, modern setting, and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.Guestrooms.
The 180 guestrooms, over eight floors, have modern decor with colourful patterned fabrics and furnishings. Amenities include cable television, wireless Internet access (surcharge), minibars, direct dial phones with voicemail, air conditioning, wheelchair access and shower/tub combinations.Expert Tip.
Eight kilometres away is the Champs Elysees, lined with cafes and bars, and the Arc de Triomphe, which was commissioned by Napoleon in 1806.
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Getting there.The RER rapid train service line B departs from both terminals and stops at the Gare d'Austerlitz, St Michel, Invalides and Porte Maillot. The nearest metro station to the hotel is Porte de Saint Cloud, 300 metres away. There are plenty of taxis outside the Arrivals area which run to central Paris. ADP shuttle buses leave from both terminals. Air France coaches stop at the Porte d'Orleans, Gare Montparnasse, Duroc and Gare des Invalides. The Orlybus runs to central Paris and stops at Denfert Rochereau. The easiest way to get around Paris is via the fast, cheap and reliable Metro service.