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Chambre Murmur

Montparnasse

Hôtel Montcalm

Chambre Murmur
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From 2:00 PM
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Before 12:00 PM
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COURTYARD VIEW // CALM // TRADITIONAL

If you're looking for a little retreat away from the noise and agitation of the city, then this room is for you. Its large windows open onto the hotel courtyard and the gardens of surrounding buildings. Charming! It'll be little birds waking you up here, not honking horns!

The decor is simple and tasteful: pearl gray walls, lovely headboard in taupe wood. Gray and turquoise curtains. Cute white table lamps. It's simple and neat, all brand new. Lots of light, thanks to the 2 large windows.

Bathroom with bathtub and window.

Very quiet!

Tips from Parisians

Picnic anyone?
How would you like to spend your evening dining outside? Just head over to the Parc Saint Lambert in the Vaugirard neighborhood, about a 15-minute walk. When the weather's nice, the locals picnic there with friends and family. Bring a blanket to sit on, listen to the wind in the trees, enjoy the magnificent flower beds, and savor the tranquility.
Parc Saint Lambert, 2 rue Jean-Formigé 75015 Paris
True hotel story
One day, a client left more than 800€ in cash on the night table when he checked out. Our colleague, Ede, a housekeeper, came down to the reception very distressed because she thought the tip was way too generous! Thanks to her quick action, we found the taxi, which came back with a very happy client!
What I can't live without in Paris: The macarons made by Kayser.
My favorite restaurant in Paris: Axuria, in the 15th arrondissement.
The quality I appreciate in others? Education, respect for others.

Hôtel Montcalm

50 Félix Faure Avenue, 75015 Paris, France
  • 8
  • 12
  • 3A
Artsy
Paris

What was once a village still retains its deeply INTELLECTUAL spirit. There are plenty of ART GALLERIES. Once the cradle of Parisian literature, today it draws a rather snooty crowd, but it's still a hangout of university PROFESSORS.

The local: on a bike, Le Monde under his arm.

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