Located to the east of Paris in Montreuil, the Ibis Paris Porte De Montreuil offers a three-star hotel experience with direct access to the Villepinte Exhibition Center. Easily travel to the center for business...

Montreuil

Hotels near Montreuil in Paris

First created in the ninth century, Montreuil is a small town rich with history. Behind the town walls lies wonderful cobblestone streets lined with old houses and ancient churches. Spend a weekend exploring the city streets, filled with splendid restaurants and shops with special treats and goodies. Enjoy chocolates at the L’Atelier du Gout or spend time shopping for interesting wines at La Cave as you explore the city. Hotels near Montreuil in Paris include the Hotel Franklin and the Premiere Classe Montreuil, both providing you with quality accommodations within walking distance of the Montreuil city center.

Choose the Premiere Classe Montreuil when you want to enjoy a budget-friendly experience. The hotel is located within the city center and offers you comfortable lodgings with double, twin, and triple bedding. Breakfast is offered for a small fee each morning, so have your fill before heading out to explore the local museums and churches.

A second accommodation option is the Hotel Franklin. The top-rated hotel offers lovely amenities and services including a Japanese garden for lounging. Enjoy breakfast each morning in the garden or in the breakfast room overlooking the beautiful landscaping. The full breakfast buffet includes eggs, pastries, cheese, fresh fruit, and many more Parisian delicacies. Choose from a single or double standard guest room with modern amenities including Wi-Fi service and television.

Things to Do

As you begin your journey in Montreuil, you’ll find the small town is home to two unique museums. The first is the Roger Rodiere Museum which is located in a hospital chapel from the 18th century. This museum houses a collection of archaeological finds from the town. A second museum can be found at the Hotel Acary which features a collection of antique furniture from the 18th to 20th century and owned by Madame Mary Wooster. You’ll find the museums along the city streets as you tour the town, as well as churches boasting unique architecture and artwork. Spend time just walking along the cobblestone streets, soaking in the atmosphere of the unique Parisian town.

Getting Around

There are several modes of transportation used in Montreuil. Walking is the most common way to reach areas of the city, but you may also use a rental car during your travels. The city is connected to Paris via bus service and metro, allowing you to travel into the city with either option. The Metro Line 9 takes you straight to Paris with stops along the way to quality attractions including the Eiffel Tower.

Additional Info

During your time at hotels near Montreuil in Paris, you’ll want to travel into Paris at least for a day. Use the metro to visit the unique attractions of the city, including the ancient tombs of the Notre Dame Cathedral or the former palace of the Conciergerie. The Louvre Museum is a must-see with exhibit after exhibit of unique artifacts and works of art, as well as the fun and exciting Disneyland Paris! The city is yours for exploring, so be sure and visit a few high points before you return home.