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Villa Bellagio Paris
Ranked #1,626 of 1,804 Hotels in Paris
Reviewed June 13, 2014

Near menilmontant station. Lively area with lots of cafe, shops and halal restaurant.very handy for muslim traveller.. Laundrette and supermarket nearby. Our room was on 3rd floor. We knew in advance no elevator in this hotel our mind was set for it.english speaking receptionist throughout 4days of stay. Clean, modern, recently refurbish room. Shower was a bit tiny. It was difficult to get extra sleep as the housekeeping staff was really loud. Overall worth the money we spent.

Stayed: June 2014, traveled with family
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Reviewed June 9, 2014

This hotel is not for those with mobility problems;there six storeys accessed by a steep stair case and because of limited staffing help with luggage is difficult to obtain. Our room was sparse but clean and the bed comfortable. However,there was an almost permanent leak through the bathroom tiles which the staff seemed reluctant to acknowledge. On other matters the staff were friendly and helpful.

Room Tip: Go for a lower floor and check the plumbing!
  • Stayed: June 2014, traveled as a couple
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Thank Roger P
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Reviewed February 17, 2014

I stayed here with my partner last week for 4 nights around Valentines. We had left it quite late to book a hotel and so our choices were pretty limited. After reading a few tripadvisor reviews, I gathered here would be okay for what we were after, and we paid a very fair price (I think it worked out around £40 a night),
The hotel itself looks like it is in the middle of some kind of renovation - there were odd random tiles left on the stairs and some of the walls looked in desperate need of paint. They go for a kind of artsy bohemian vibe in the lobby - hanging plastic chairs and Kate Moss prints on the wall, but the rest of the hotel looks quite dilapidated.
Our room was clean and spacious, though a wardrobe would've been helpful, and neither the lamp or one of the wall lights worked. We had some issues with the shower - on the first night, the water temperature jumped from boiling hot to cold several times in the middle of my shower without me touching the tap so I was left with a pretty nasty red burn on my tummy! Also, if my partner and I showered directly after one another, the shower simply overflowed, and the first time this happened our entire bathroom was flooded.
Additionally, our room was advertised as having a mini bar, but this is simply an empty fridge which you have to request a key for. Room service is also advertised - we did not enquire about this, but were not made aware of it/did not see any menus.
The walls seemed to made of paper - I'm usually not particularly sensitive to general noises, but you can hear people walking up and down the stairs and the maids clattering around in the mornings, and if someone was outside the door it literally sounded as though they were in the room with us. We also had the pleasure of hearing the couple above's squeaky bed getting some exercise one morning which certainly gave us the giggles...
The staff are okay - when my partner went to alert them of the above flood situation, they gave us half a bottle of wine on them (after my partner half jokingly suggested I needed placating!), which was a nice gesture.
Our room included breakfast, but when we went down to get it and asked the receptionist, he seemed to almost need reminding breakfast was possible. However, he was very sweet and went on to organise it for us and lay out some pastries and breads (theres jams, juice, coffee - pretty simple but pretty French!).
We were aware that cocktails were served in the lobby area, and so on our last evening had some drinks here - the barman seemed to have some friends in and they were all watching videos on a laptop, so it felt almost a little as though we were intruding. They didn't have a bottle of white wine in the fridge which seems a little odd, so we had to wait for this and have another drink in the meantime.
The area is pretty great - lively and plenty of bars on every street which stay open late. There is even quite a cool little club, Internationale, on the road of the hotel which we found by accident on the first night (I've read some others saying that the nightlife means noise is an issue but we personally never heard any noise from the bars or people in the streets). We ate in Central Paris most evenings for dinner, but there are some great cafes and places to grab a snack here, and a wonderful pizza place (La Cerise Sur La Pizza) nearby which you must try!
Should be noted that this is an area not massively inundated with tourists so not everybody you encounter will speak English, so definitely learn a few phrases :)
Overall, this hotel is okay - if you're on a budget and just want somewhere to crash at the end of a day out in Paris that's in a nice little area, then you'll be fine. It is certainly not terrible - I guess I just felt a couple of touches were missing that would've gone a long way to making it great, and we could've felt a little more looked after.

  • Stayed: February 2014, traveled as a couple
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5  Thank Lizzie O
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Reviewed January 31, 2014

we slept ok -place on the 6st folor (without elevator)was calm
staff was very friendly
but the towels were not clean(bloodstain)
and I think the shower has not been cleaned ( I found a hood of shampoo bottle)

Stayed: January 2014, traveled as a couple
2  Thank mimolette1969
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Reviewed December 31, 2013

We visited Paris for a weekend and stayed at this little hotel. It's stylish and modern, the lobby is cool the rooms are decent. Cleanliness isn't fantastic and it's all quite 'okay'. Location is good; we saw a concert just up the road and it's a lively area. The staff were very friendly and we had fresh towels each day. Be warned: there are no lifts! We were quite high up and had to shoulder our luggage up the spiral staircase. We didn't have a view either.

All in all, if you're looking for a romantic trip with your partner, it may not hit the spot. However it's a nice and quirky little hotel for a night or two, maybe more for business.

Stayed: January 2013, traveled as a couple
Thank Emily H
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Reviewed December 14, 2013 via mobile

I stayed here for four days on a birthday/holiday trip to Paris. At first step out of the metro station I was a little discouraged, the area is dirty, run down and not at all that beautiful romantic Paris I was so excited to see again. BUT what I did notice was the almost endless selection of bars, cafés, restaurants, markets and bakeries. The hotel was a super easy, short walk from the metro station. Heading down a not so pretty small side street I was pleasantly surprised by how chic and nice the hotel was. First major note, I never met a single person working at the hotel that spoke any English... Be prepared to practice a little French. Check in was super quick and easy. There is a tourist tax, but only about 2 euros/nt which isn't bad. Our room was in the top floor, 7th floor, with no lift, but we were prepared from previous reviews. The room was large, clean, super modern with great natural light and a very nice ensuite. The beds were very comfortable with nice sheets, pillows and blanket. We were at the back of the building so no issues with street noise but the cleaning staff in the morning is LOUD! I'd swear they were throwing buckets up and down the stairs. Despite the hotel not being in the nicest area it's was a popular spot for locals, lots to do close by, and super easy access to several metro stops. I would definitely recommend and stay there again!

  • Stayed: November 2013
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Reviewed September 23, 2013

The best thing about the hotel is the area, it's Oberkampf / Belleville which is really vibrant. Loads of cafes and bars, cool little shops and art studios. It isn't most people's idea of "traditional" Paris but that's why my boyfriend and I liked it, plus this meant hardly any tourists around.

Parc Belleville has tremendous views and well worth a visit, about a 10 min bus ride from Belleville metro. Cafe Charbon still as good as ever, there was also a club opposite the hotel which has a great 90s hip hop night on. If you want somewhere quiet and sleepy, go stay in the 16th, which is pretty but boring.

The room itself was clean and chic, not too small either for Paris. Staff were pleasant. I'd stay again for sure! My boyfriend's only gripe was there was no lift, but that's a minor thing.

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Maneenz
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Address: 9 rue Moret, 75011 Paris, France
Location: France > Ile-de-France > Paris > République
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Kitchenette Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Room Service
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Ranked #1,626 of 1,804 Hotels in Paris
Price Range: $120 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:2 star — Villa Bellagio Paris 2*
Number of rooms: 30
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Le Globe hotel, located near the Oberkampf street and the Pere Lachaise cementery, offers in this popular and trendy neighborhood an elegant and comfortable accommodation in the city center of Paris. In a building from the beginning of 20th century, Le Globe is decorated with nice tiles with black and white patterns on the floor and a beautiful spiral wooden balustrade to access the different floors. ... more   less 
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