Good location, near metro station and walking distance to Sacre Coure.
I liked the room it was cute and clean . We also had a view. The only thing that i wasnt Pleased about is the fact that you don’t have control over the room temp & the bed wasn’t great
I loved the fresh flowers presented daily at the front desk. The garden outside was lovely as well.
Most incredible bar environment and mixologists ever! The service and ambiance is unparalleled.
Great location! Xn Al Aldo poche souchet pro pro cuisine
Fantastic location. Friendly staff. Great morning breakfast. Terrific base to explore Paris.
A small hotel in a wonderful arondissement, Montmartre. Check in was a breeze, lovely room, not too small although we did book one of their larger rooms. Had a shower/tub combo with towel warmer. Beds comfortable and room was very quiet, both from inside and outside noise. We had the expensive breakfast ...
The staff are excellent, wonderful attention. Friendly and helpful. I did not like the fact that someone came knocking at my door at 10.20am to ask at what time We where checking out .
I was told by the young lady at reception that breakfast was included and it was not. We would not have eaten in hotel if we knew it was not included.
Paris is reputed to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and its charms are not exaggerated. The streets are replete with spectacular buildings, many of which are filled with artistic masterpieces; whether it’s the Louvre with its Mona Lisa, or l’Orangerie with its stunning exhibit of Claude Monet's Nymphéas. The ‘City of Light’, however, is also known for coming to life as the sun sets, as its nightlife includes a range of world-class restaurants, delicious bistros, trendy cocktail bars, and hopping dance-clubs.
Those wanting to get the most out of the Parisian nightlife should be sure to book their hotel in the 18th arrondissement or the Latin Quarter, where they’ll discover a number of great music halls, bars, clubs, cafés, and cabarets, featuring plenty of live music and other fun performances. You can buy tickets to Moulin Rouge right here on Expedia.co.uk.
Perhaps the most famous evening attraction is the celebrated Moulin Rouge. The original building was opened in 1889, and though it burned down in 1915, its replacement has continued to be a staple in Parisian culture. More of a tourist attraction today than a local hang-out, the Moulin Rouge offers musical dance and entertainment amongst its atmospheric and romantic fin-de-siècle décor.
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