Stayed three nights in Premier room which cost more as it was said to have views over the rooftops of Paris. It did but from small windows directly facing a car park of same height so views were only to the sides, wouldn't bother paying the extra for this, not worth it. Room done in dark colours as seen on website for premier room, but rather darker than they look, suppose it could be called soft, modern industrial style, all furnishings comfortable and functional. Pillows hard but hotel provided others when asked and reminded to do so, had much better night after that. Toilet in tiny separate room, just room to use the loo, bit odd but it worked ok, paint rather gloss like over what looked like artex, roughly finished. Bathroom nice, shower reasonable pressure. Towels very small and really thin, very poor for the caliber of the hotel. Few free soft drinks in small fridge was a nice extra but not replaced on one day. Toiletries nice but not replaced at all one day and only partially on another. Great flat screen TV but had only one English speaking news channel. Welcome and reception ok, bit cool and aloof. Bar nice but very brightly lit for relaxing drink. Some remaining building work to complete nearby and no information explaining this. Service pleasant in bar. Didn't use the breakfast room but it seemed to have old chairs that didn't match the rest of this very modern hotel. Bit expensive overall but it was between Xmas and New Years Eve so high demand for rooms. Suits younger age group for sure, personally prefer a bit more of a comfortable, luxury feel that the hard modern look. Well placed for walking to several attractions, restaurants, bars etc. and a Metro station just outside. Great Chinese restaurant behind hotel, inexpensive and good quality, wine also very reasonably priced.
Having reread this review it shows a mixed picture which is just what I feel about the hotel. I've no real complaints but on balance wouldn't stay here again at the price.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located at the foot of Sacré Coeur, close to the Moulin Rouge and the Haussmann-Opéra district's stores, the Mercure Paris Montmartre Sacré Coeur hotel offers spacious and modern rooms. Perfect for business travel or romantic weekends in Paris, the hotel is within easy reach of the Gare du Nord station, St Lazare train station, the metro and the main tourist attractions such as the Eiffel Tower, Champs Elysées, the La Défense business district, Carrefour Pleyel and the Stade de France ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mercure Paris Montmartre Hotel Paris
- Accor Paris Montmartre