I stayed in this hotel for 11 nights (2011 September) on business.
The hotel is located at the bottom of Montmartre, very close to metro station Place de Clichy. Also, it is located at the end of a dead end street (quite literally dead end: at the end there is the entrance to the Montmartre cemetery). The building is in the same block as the Moulin Rouge, so this is really as central as you can get if you like this area of Paris.
There is an Irish bar around the corner (Corcoran's), just 20 meters away from the hotel entrance. There's a Starbucks at Place the Clichy (4 Place de Clichy, 75009 Paris, France) if you did not go for the breakfast in the hotel.
Classic, multi-storey buildling with some of the rooms overlooking avenue Rachel and some overlooking the garden / cemetery. You'd think that such setting would be a guarantee for undisturbed sleep, but the problem is the party people like to loiter downstairs, sitting on the benches in front of the hotel. Talking loudly, singing, breaking glasses. I had to call reception on several occasions to ask them to take care of the noise. They promised they will do the best they can, but this did not really help much. I am not saying of course that every night was difficult, but in the summer, when the weather is nicer and you'd be tempted to keep the windows open - well, there was always the risk of the party people waking you up.
On the plus side the hotel has a rooftop terrace which is open until 9pm. It has a really nice view on Montmartre.
Clean, not shiny new but decent rooms with cable internet.
Our corporate rate included breakfast, and I was happy to oblige. You can cook the eggs the way you like it, they had Nutella, compote de pommes (apple puree), waffles and very nice and strong coffee, that you could also take away in a papercup. That was very thoughtful. It was not a deluxe breakfast with smoked salmon and freshly pressed OJ, but it was OK.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in a residential street 2 steps away from place Clichy, Citadines Montmatre Paris sits at the foot of the Butte Montmartre, close to the Moulin Rouge and the Europe and Trinité business areas. Montmartre may be famous for its maze of narrow streets and staircases, its vineyard and authentic village atmosphere, where imposing Haussmann and 1930s style buildings rub shoulders with charming houses and tiny gardens; But it's also renowned for its night life- the multitude of cabarets, cafés with resident portraitists. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Citadines Montmartre Hotel Paris