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Rooms are outdated and smell. The lift smells like urine. Staff hover while you are trying to eat breakfast. Only thing going for them is the sweet mandarins you are given at breakfast. Location is handy to a few good shops.
Something is the room smelled bad ( maybe mold or old moquette) . After my 3 day stay I also noticed i had 10 prick on my hands and on my neck that iched me, like from insects. I suggest all of you to avoid...More
One thing I can say is that people who wrote the bad reviews had high expectations and clearly did not do their research.
I read all the reviews and looked at the pictures and I was prepared for much worse. I knew I wasn't going...More
Good location, right below the Sacre Ceour. Near to metro station (on walking distance/5 minutes) and (halal) restaurants. Souveniers shops in front of the hotel.
Helpful frontdesk staff and good breakfast. This hotel is recommended as specially for the location.
This "hotel" has a very good location if you want to be close to Sacré-Cœur and the Montmartre area. It is also close to the metro line 2, but this means that you will have to change metro once or twice to go to the...More
USD 67 - USD 169 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Montmartre is a bustling mix of cultures, colours, and styles which changes from one street to another. Ride the funicular (or, for a real workout, climb the steps) to the sublime Sacré-Coeur (Basilica of the Sacred Heart) with its inspiring view of the city. The church is surrounded by provincial streets and piano bars where tourists, artists, and street entertainers thrive. At the foot of the hill, Boulevard de Clichy
features shops not intended for young audiences, while residences are scattered to the north and east. The diverse population includes a large part from the Arab-speaking world, Africa, and Turkey. It’s a corner of Paris full of life and dynamism with charms that can’t be found anywhere else.