A few steps from the centre of Paris, Montparnasse station, renowned show-room of the Porte de Versailles, the Hotel Alesia Montparnasse offers its 45 great comfort rooms and invites them in the heart of a charming and special neighbourhood with its wide range of theatres and cabarets like Bobino, Caesar Palace, le café d’Edgar, museums, legendary brasseries and restaurants.
THE HOTEL ALESIA MONTPARNASSE
Facing the lively rue Raymond Losserand, Hotel Alésia Montparnasse welcomes guests with the bright colors typical of Parisian rooms and furnishings, mirroring the lively atmosphere of Paris that makes it a city unique in the world.
Reception, large hall, small garden, breakfast room and the bar for a café or an aperitif, are always available to the hotel guests for moments of relaxation and socializing.
Hotel Alésia Montparnasse also offers many services: Wi-Fi internet , fax, daily newspapers, laundry service. Ideal for a stay in Paris either for tourism or business.
The staff of Hotel Alésia Montparnasse speaks English, German, Italian and Spanish, and can provide all useful tourist information (transportation, museums, events, fairs, exhibits etc.) for experiencing the best vacation in a hotel in Paris.
THE ROOMS OF THE HOTEL ALESIA MONTPARNASSE
The 45 rooms of the Hotel Alésia Montparnasse, clean, welcoming and brightly colored, are perfect for a pleasant business stay or for a vacation or weekend in a hotel in Paris.
Quiet, thanks to the soundproof windows, all with private bathroom (with shower or tub and hairdryer), the rooms are offered in classic and superior versions (single, double occupancy, double and communicating).
Free Wi-Fi internet line, telephone, LCD satellite television, radio, safe, pants press, minibar and air conditioning in every room of the Hotel Alésia Montparnasse, ensuring a stay in absolute comfort in 3-star hotel in Paris.
Their types of rooms :
* Standard Single
* Standard Double Occupancy
* Standard Double
* Superior Double Occupancy
The Hotel Alésia Montparnasse is located in the 14th arrondissement, the quarter of Paris famous for its cultural and artistic liveliness.
Just minutes from the hotel are some of the most famous places in Paris. The metropolitan (Pernety station, 13) is 150 meters from Hotel Alésia Montparnasse. The Gare Montparnasse train and TGV station is 700 meters from the hotel.
Montparnasse and Paris near the Hotel Alésia Montparnasse
Just 5 minutes away
The Tower of Montparnasse, with its 209 meters in height, is one of the highest skyscrapers in Paris. Built in 1973 of steel and glass, it has a splendid vista of the city from the 56th floor. It houses numerous offices (the Hotel Alésia Montparnasse is in fact an excellent solution for business travelers).
The Cemetery of Montparnasse, ordered by Napoleon to be opened in 1824, it hosts illustrious names of intellectuals, artists and businesspeople of Paris among others. Here rests the poet Charles Baudelaire, the sculptor Constantin Brancusi, inventor Charles Pigeon (in a magnificent tomb in the belle époque style), the existentialists Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir, actress Jean Seberg and many other artists and literary people.
Just 10 minutes away
The Cartier Foundation , a splendid complex in glass and steel, work of the great contemporary architect Jean Nouvel, is the site of the prestigious collection of contemporary art and temporary exhibitions founded by the Maison Cartier. Within the museum is even the original Theatrum Botanicum.
The Catacombs are the ancient caves of Paris from which six million skeletons were excavated in 1786(dating back to 1300 years ago), from the unhealthy cemetery of Les Halles. Site of legendary festivals dating from the time of King Charles X, mentioned by Victor Hugo in Les Miserables, and base of the Parisian Resistance of World War II, with a sign at the entrance saying Stop here! This is the kingdom of the dead, combining fascination and horror.
The Observatory, is the oldest astronomical observatory still functioning in the world. Ordered by Louis XIV in 1667, its major astronomical research included the calculation of the dimensions of the solar system, a geographic map of the Moon and the discovery of the planet Neptune.
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Not to be missed in Montparnasse
La Coupole, a café founded in 1927, a favorite meeting spot for the artistic and literary crowd of the early 1900’s; La Select, another historic cafe, the first cafe in Paris to stay open all night; the statue of Balzac by Rodin, harshly criticized but still an institution; crepe shops and Breton restaurants in the vicinity of the Tower of Montparnasse, in memory of the many Bretons who arrived in Paris on trains for Montparnasse to seek their fortune; the rue Daguerre, with the typical atmosphere of the quarter with its small shops, bookstores, etc.
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