MonHotel Lounge & Spa
What We Love
- Near the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Elysées
- Rooms have the comforts of home and the style of a hip boutique
- Free WiFi
What To Know
- Despite the classic Parisian exterior, this is a modern design hotel on the inside
- Premium Rooms are on the small side (161 to 193 square feet)
- A city tax of $3 per person, per night will be collected at the hotel.
- Free WiFi
From the street, Monhotel Lounge & Spa appears to be a stately Parisian townhouse, complete with ivy spilling from wrought iron window balconies. Behind the stone façade, though, the mood is decidedly playful. In the lobby you’ll see a bowl of rainbow-colored sweets, poster-size Warholesque prints and a chandelier encased in a red cylindrical shade from Dutch design firm Moooi.
Bed and Bath
Lighthearted design touches can be found throughout the 36 rooms and suites. Each has a print of a Hollywood star (George Clooney goofing around, Marilyn Monroe at her sultry best), Philippe Starck table lamps and Alcantara wall coverings. Executive Rooms, which occupy a privileged position at the corner of the building, feature open-plan slate bathrooms with stand-alone tubs and separate rain showers. Brew yourself a potent café with your Nespresso machine and soak up the view of prestigious Avenue Foch.
When it’s time for an aperitif, hit the bar, where the staff is known to shake up some killer drinks in a candlelit lounge setting with classic films projected on a screen. The spa treatment room is a rarity in a hotel this size. Painted black, its ceiling studded with starlike lights, the spa room is ideal for a couples massage in the dark — as if your stay in Paris weren’t romantic enough already.
How to Get There
My thanks to their very warm staff Maylis, Annalisa and Nelson who were very professional and made our stay comfortable.
It was a homely feeling when we were welcomed with a hot coffee when we returned from our visit to the Eiffel Tower on a freezing cold day.
Thank you once again.
I’ve been tried for the last 3 years to find a place where to stay in Paris and to feel, somewhere like at “home”.
Many tests but never really a place I felt ok with. Few weeks ago I went to “MonHotel” and since I come back there every time I go to Paris.
Quiet, well located, nice rooms, very good staff and service, very tasty breakfast and for a quite sensible price.
Dangerous People.I am telling you, they are the most unprofessional people I ever met. Liars of high degrees. They are turning the french people down. You have no right to complain, if you complain any of their services, they can instantly write a mail to your boss . Its a horrible place to live. And please be aware of a lady named Elsa Biscaut. She can make your life hell.
We stayed at the MonHotel for 4 nights in September 2018. Positives: Clean. Comfortable bed. Updated bathroom. Fairly helpful front desk staff. Negatives: Did not receive water bottle as website states upon check in. Did not have nor provide US power adapters as website states. Our hotel room A/C was broken and room was unbearably warm (this was addressed after some complaints to the hotel staff). Hair dryer in bathroom is very poor quality. Rooms are VERY small, there is barely room for anything besides yourselves and the bed.
Before we even checked in, there were some shady characters walking up and down the street. They then proceeded to go inside and ask the room rate, Hoover around, and after we dropped our luggage and went out they followed us down the street. We left all of our valuables in the safe after that, including wedding rings etc. We dropped our bags and headed out, didn’t get a chance to really look at the room. When we got back, we noticed our room (although the bed was made up) was filthy. It had what could have been a beautiful big shower, soaking tub and separate toilet. The black walls and grout looked like it hadn’t been actually cleaned in ages. The room smelled like vinegar and after several attempts and a nonchalant attitude from the front desk, everyone realized the WiFi didn’t extend to our room (50). We are only staying 2 nights, but I couldn’t take the dirtiness and smell. The front desk moved us to another room, which is better, but we paid for a room with balcony and soaking tub, which the new room didn’t have. There was no extension of a partial refund as the front desk claimed the new room (27) was the same price. Couldn’t be! I looked online when I booked and paid more specifically for the room type we originally had. Now we have changed rooms, left the sign on the door hours ago for housekeeping and no one ever came. The front desk attitude is poor and is a “take what you can get” approach, which is not acceptable when paying $300-$400 per night!!! The only saving grace is the bed is comfortable. DO NOT STAY HERE!!!!!!!! I will never return!!!!!