Hotel du Commerce is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Paris, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Nearby landmarks such as The Catacombs of Paris (1.3 mi) and Palais Garnier - Opéra National de Paris (1.8 mi) make Hotel du Commerce a great place to stay when visiting Paris.
Hotel du Commerce offers guests an array of room amenities including a desk, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers 24 hour front desk and baggage storage, to make your visit even more pleasant. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to paid public parking available nearby.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Pink Mamma, Pizzeria Popolare, and East Mamma, which are some Italian restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you’re looking for something to do, Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris (0.3 mi), Louvre Museum (1.0 mi), and Le Marais (0.8 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Hotel du Commerce.
Enjoy your stay in Paris!
For the past 10 years, my wife & I visited Paris yearly and had stayed at Hotel du Commerce for 5 times. It is an inexpensive hotel located near the Left Bank and under 7 mins walk to Metro Maubert Mutualite, Blvd St.Germaine, Notre Dame, Pantheon, and Sorbonne. This is a budget hotel with prices about 60 Euro per night; so the rooms and facilities are basic with shared toilets (on each floor) and showers (on ground floor). While the showers & toilets have been upgraded and kept clean, the rooms and building structure is old but remain functional. Each Room has its own sink & but no air conditioner. There is 4 floors but no elevator -- just curvy staircases; for elders & handicapped, it's better to request for ground floor room. There is free Wifi, a common & small kitchenette with microwave oven and hot water. Store room available for temporary storage after check-out. Good transport link by metro, RER to CDG Airport & bus. Staff are generally friendly & helpful (except for one new daytime young man) if you are courteous & polite when speaking to them. However, on our recent stay in early June 2018, we learned that this Hotel will discontinue operation at the end of June; its owner intends to redevelop it and integrate the premise together with an adjoining 4-stars hotel next door (belonging to the same owner & hotel group). Hence, it is probably our last time to stay here and will have to pay much more expensive hotels in this area (i.e. over 130 Euro for 2 persons room). We are sorry that this hotel is closing; we find that if we manage our expectation, be realistic about the positive features of this hotel and bear with its limitations (and work around them), it actually offers some value and your stay can be pleasant (unlike the criticisms made by other visitors).…
It’s look like a tidy room, but we found out the bed were full of bugs, so we cancelled the other days booking there immediately, toilet was ok, but the bathrooms are shared with both men and women, it’s a bit unacceptable for me, the stairs not easy to walk, especially when you with your luggages.
I was not impressed with this place. Pics on the website were NOT what I got for a room, the employees were rude and snobish and the proce was way out of line with what we got. NOT worth the time or money.
This is a good place to stay if you're looking for a clean and simple low budget place to stay in a great location to explore from. We stayed for a couple of nights. Our room was on the top floor, and yes there were lots of stairs, but this is an old building so that was to be expected, as were the uneven floors - I found it quite charming as our room had sloped ceiling so it felt like we had a Parisian garret with views of the roofs! Also we may have been on the top floor but we still got WiFi! Was really very pleasantly surprised at how very comfortable the bed was - I have problems with my back and didn't suffer at all, was wonderful. As were the crisply laundered heavy cotton sheets. The room was clean and having an in room shower was great. The toilet wasn't far away, far prefer to have a shared one rather than the English habit of trying to cram everything into a tiny space. The reception staff (of whom I met 3) were unfailingly polite and helpful, and happy to store our luggage despite not using the airport transfer. Although the hotel doesn't take cards there's a cashpoint at the end of the road so it wasn't an issue. The location was great, lots of local shops and market at the end of the street, likewise with good bars & bistros and the metro, though we didn't actually use it as everywhere was walkable. Would definitely stay here again for a trip where I want a central location to explore from.…
thank god we havnt stayed long there, we just stayed 1 night at this hotel( its not a hotel actually). at first they gave us a room on 5th floor and said we don't have an elevator, you must go by stairs. i was shocked. the stairs were terrible. as i have a knee pain i told them that i cant go upstairs really and they found a room at floor zero. it was like a nightmare, the toilet was sharing at the yard and no place to wash your hands near the toilet. the room was small and you could smell moisture. we just put our baggage there and went out and returned late at night and at morning we leaved there, we couldn't really bear the location more. the only positive point was the location, nothing more. the rules were strange. i took a photo and will attach to this review