I had a great stay at the Hotel Montmartre. Tucked away in the 18th arrondissement, it's within walking distance to the Sacré-Cœur, as well as bistros and the Jules Joffrin metro stop.
The room itself was on the smaller side, but had an incredible view of the little quartier. The staff was welcoming and helpful, and the room was clean.
I would stay again!
Hôtel Montmartre was amazing and I'm so glad I chose this hotel for my 2-night stay in Paris. The location was wonderful, only a 12 minute walk (or 10 min metro ride) from Paris Gare du Nord, and right on the outskirts of Montmartre--one of the most beautiful areas of the city. The property was easy to locate and the area felt safe and clean. The reception staff were very nice, and my room was available before the check-in time. They really made sure the property was safeguarded too, as you needed two codes to get through to the room bit of the hotel, and then a keycard to get into your actual room.
The room itself was great! Not overly large, but definitely enough space for me--especially because the bathroom was spacious and clean and so nice! And they had a full kitchen in the room too! A stove, pots and pans, cutlery, a sink, microwave, fridge and much more! It was fantastic, really really wonderful to be able to cook and store food. For the size of the room they really packed in every amenity you could want. The room was warm and toasty and the shower pressure was great. Everything was clean and nice and I'm so glad I stayed here.
Thank you for a wonderful stay!
Chose this place for the location.
We arrived very early and they held the bags then transferred them to the room while we were still out. Very friendly staff and 24 hour reception.
Rooms were small but very clean. Bed was comfortable. Was missing tea/coffee but was available downstairs.
Very basic room which didn't bother me too much as I was there for one night for work.
However I was given a room RIGHT next to the elevator, and the bed was placed right up against that wall! ALL through the night I could hear "going down, doors opening, doors closing" along with every conversation of those coming in at night and going out in the morning. At around 6/7am it sounded like they were herding cattle down our corridor - I haven't a clue what was going on but it was super busy and loud.
As if this was bad enough, I also didn't sleep a wink due to the fact the pillows were as comfy as a bag of rocks...
I have never seen/felt pillows like it, all 4 of them were rock solid with clumps. They were unusable as pillows. Pointless. With the hotel reception being closed at night - I could do nothing but sleep (or not) without them.
It would have been a nice touch if you had some tea/coffee facilities in the room - a cup of coffee would not have gone a miss after the night I had.
I can not fault the cleanliness though - I will give them that and at least the bed itself was comfy..
So as a conclusion - I wouldn't stay here if you actually want to sleep or get any rest but if you do I would check where your room is in relation to the elevators and also check your pillows before the reception closes!
We were 11 people with 3 seniors and 2 kids who had booked 4 rooms at this hotel. We flew in from the US and India to Paris. We got to the hotel front door at 7:45 pm and NO ONE was there to open the door. With 11 people and as many bags we were on the street standing in the rain looking for someone to open the door. Luckily the first lady who walked out informed us that everyone leaves at 7:30 pm. She was locked out of her room herself and did not have a number to call so she can get her luggage out. Felt really bad as she was trying to leave to the airport herself and had absolutely NO WAY TO GET HER BAGS OUT OS HER ROOM. Picture yourself in that situation.
We finally reached someone and they said they cancelled our reservation. The person we reached did not give a good explanation except that we did not show up earlier in the day. He confirmed that we were not notified in any way before cancelling the reservation.
We are finally settled and enjoying Paris. Except for this hotel which was the only terrible thing the rest of Paris is awesome and extremely hospitable.
Do yourself a favor and stay a million miles away from this place.