by Lissa Poirot
Melia Colbert, housed in Paris’ Latin Quartier near Notre Dame, was once a 19th century mansion that today isn elegant boutique hotel. Fully renovated, the hotel offers just 39 rooms and suites, with double beds, two singles, or queen beds. Junior Suites provide a separate lounge area with a couch and armchairs, while Grand Suites provide two lounge spaces with ample seating. Rooms are decorated in a warm palate of cream and beige decor and feature flat-screen TVs, coffee makers, minibar and complimentary Wi-Fi. Guests enjoy a buffet breakfast in the mornings, but all-day dining is not available. The hotel was last updated in 2010.
Our Editor Loves
- Small, quiet home-like property
- Renovated in 2010
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
Everything about our stay at Melia Notre Dame was outstanding. In a casual conversation with one of the staff we mentioned my wifes bithday. The evening of her birthday we returned to a bottle of champagne and a card from the staff. The following morning passing one of the staff in the hall and he wished a belated happy birthday as he wasn't around to sign the card the night before. Very nice!
Location is convenient to the metro and numerous cafe's and shops.At the same time you're tucked away on a quiet street so no noise at night.
I wouldn't hesitate to book again, and will seek out other Melia hotels in my future travels
After a horrible experience at an Airbnb we found this spot while sitting in an Airbnb literally a block away. We rolled our luggage over walked into the room and then the vacation was all better again. Perfect ammt of class, not over the top, but pretty, Notre Dame right out the window a block away. The staff was awesome. The friendliest in Paris, as most were Spanish. Perfect English spoken and really enjoyable speaking with them. A real treat. Helpfull on many aspects of the trip. Decorated for Halloween too. A real treat!