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Opened in 2019, this property is part of a fast-growing French lifestyle brand that has close to 20 hotels around the world from Rio de Janeiro to Belgrade. While the location in the far southwest of Paris won't suit everyone, it is convenient for drivers and there is a nearby Metro station from where you can ride to the city centre in 30 minutes. With its young staff, two restaurants offering French or Italian dishes and a summer roof terrace, this is an easy place to hang out in. The eight-storey building has 207 shower-only guest rooms with a colourful and eclectic look enhanced by high quality beds, organic toiletries and a large TV with free films.

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Nigel Tisdall
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Nigel Tisdall is an award-winning travel writer who contributes frequently to leading UK titles such as the Telegraph, Times, Mail and Financial Times. He has visited over a hundred countries and specialises in luxury, adventure, heritage and the Caribbean.



This is a good option for drivers who want to stay in a hotel on the edge of Paris then take the Metro into the city centre. The ride takes around half an hour.

It's a 10-minute walk to the nearest metro station which will take you to Tuileries Garden, the Louvre and Pont Neuf.
By plane: Flights from London or Manchester to Paris Charles De Gaulle take 1 hour 15 minutes and the hotel is an hour's drive. Parking costs €23 per day.
By train: Eurostar from London to Paris Gare du Nord takes 2 hours 20 minutes and the hotel is a 45-minute drive.

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Style & Character

The hotel suits car-drivers, guests visiting Paris Expo Porte de Versailles and fans of the Mama Shelter brand. XXL rooms can accommodate families. We loved Mama Shelter's sense of humour - the guest room do-not-disturb sign offers a picture of handcuffs or washing-up gloves.

Service & Facilities

Most guests only stay a night or two so it's handy there's a choice of two restaurants, plus pizza and desserts are available on the roof in the afternoon.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Free Wi-Fi


The smallest M-size rooms are fine or for a treat, go for an upper-floor XL with a king-size bed and desk. The black and white carpet in the guest room corridors depicts a long row of high-kicking cancan dancers' legs.

Facilities include: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, hairdryer, desk, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

The rooftop restaurant has a sunny, Mediterranean feel with a wooden floor, cane chairs and an Italian menu serving burrata, risotto and tiramisu. The generous buffet breakfast will fill you up for the day and includes proper coffee, fresh orange juice, delicate croissants and quality sausages.

Restaurant: main dining room, buffet and à la carte menu. All-day dining, open daily. All you can eat Sunday brunch from €46.
8th Floor: rooftop restaurant, Italian cuisine. Open daily from 12pm (pizzas and desserts served between 3-6pm).

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