Ratings based on 23 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.9 Room cleanliness
3.9 Service & staff
3.0 Room comfort
3.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Familiesby Christian from Mexico City
Nice hotel in a nice place.Posted Dec 6, 2012
Pros: The location, near of everything
Cons: Elevator realy small
Location: Great, quiet and easy to move on subway
In front of the Molin Rouge but in a quiet street, few steps from the Blanche subway station, looks like recently renewed, in front of supermarkets and many restaurants and only short walking distance from the Sacre Cour Church. Room clean and litle bit, but is Europe I feel safety in a familiar environment.
for Couplesby Sebastian from Oxfordshire, UK
Nice little budget hotelPosted Sep 9, 2012
Pros: Very close to the action, but far enough away from the main roads to be quiet.
Cons: Key cards could do with replacing and the internal walls are a little thin; you can hear other guests flushing their loos!
Location: Good location, a stone's throw from the Moulin Rouge itself and easy to access Blanche Metro station just round the corner.
On arrival we had problems obtaining a working key for our room and the lady on the desk seemed to blame us in her attitude towards us, but after that everything was fine. Our double room turned out to be a room with two single beds pushed together, not a huge problem but we did end up having to continuously push the beds together for fear of falling down the gap. The beds were made and towels replaced daily and the shower was excellent. The hotel itself is very close to Blanche Metro station (Paris Metro is very simple, clean and - even in rush hour - not as busy as the London Underground) and there are lots of small restaurants around. If you stay here, be sure to head to the Sacre Coeur, it's about ten minutes walk and the views are stunning.
for Couplesby John
Posted May 13, 2012 on Hotels.com
Nice location. Great value. Staff very friendly and helpful.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Toronto, Canada
Stone's throw from Moulin RougePosted Nov 26, 2011
Location: Anything inside the ring of Paris will be expensive. You get what you pay for. If you want a better hotel, it'll cost. Hotels just outside the ring are much more reasonable, and have good subway access. The Paris Metro is very good.
The best feature of this hotel is its location, about half a block from the Moulin Rouge. It can be seen out your window if you have a street facing room. BUT, the rooms are TINY! You have to go out of the room to change your mind. The elevators are TINY. There is free WiFi, which is nice, the room safe costs 4Euros a day, a bun and coffee for breakfast costs 10 Euros. If you want to use the telephone, it has to be enabled by the reception desk first. The light above the tiny desk was burned out, so using the desk was difficult. The shower was smaller than on cruise boats, even smaller than a phone booth. The area around the hotel is a little seedy - others call it a red light district, but it felt safe at all hours. The streets are narrow and winding, but such is Paris. Before recommending this hotel to others, I'd warn them of the drawbacks first.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Sep 9, 2011 on Hotels.com
The room was tiny and there's no air conditioning but the staff were amazing and very helpful. The Moulin Rouge is literally a minute's walk away as is the rest of the Red Light district. Metro station is half a minute away and this opens up the whole of Paris - you can get to anywhere within 10 mins or so.
for Couplesby Boo
AnniversaryPosted Aug 24, 2011
We returned to our honeymoon hotel after 10 years and will go back again some day. Loved walking out to the sight of the Moulin Rouge windmill. A Metro station 20 yards away is also very useful. The room was good and well stocked with towels daily. The cleaners always seemed to know when we were out so as not to disturb us. Slight downside in having twin beds pushed together instead of the double we booked. Chose not to have continental breakfast every day at €9 a time, although compared to most cafes that was reasonable, particularly as it was an unlimited buffet. Did not purchase anything from the minibar, instead used the ample spare space to store daily supplies of chilled drinks from the supermarche. Receptionists were always friendly, helpful and spoke good English.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from New Zealand
Friendly servicePosted Jul 30, 2011
Took a while for taxi driver to find this hotel! It is very close to bus stop and On-Off Buses stop, a short distance to Gare du Nord station. Short distance from Moulin Rouge. Plenty nice cafes, restaurants and shops close by. It is about a 20 minute walk to main down town area. The only thing missing from this hotel was there was no tea and coffee making facilities in rooms, and it was extremely hot - didn't appear to have any air conditioner.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
recommend... only for a couple of daysPosted Jan 24, 2011 on Hotels.com
I stayed there for two nights. I would say that this is the maximum time I could stay there and recommend this hotel just for people who are traveling and would like to stay only for a couple of nights. The room was very small. There is a noise issue with this hotel. You can easily hear the neighbors talking. In addition the heating is noisy. The reception was very kind and helpful.
Not Recommendedby A verified traveler from Ottawa, Canada
Disappointed and not impressedPosted Sep 8, 2010
The best thing about this hotel is the location - right in the heart of the action and near public transportation. Staff was friendly and helpful, but I did not feel it was a 3 star - more like 2 or 2.5. Pictures on website are much better than in actual fact - quite old and run down and in need of updating. More attention to cleanliness needed in general although linens were OK. Would not go back there again.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Los Angeles, CA
Simple, clean and helpfulPosted Sep 2, 2010
Not sure what I expected. It's Paris. It's a small, clean and simple little hotel. Comfortable and convienently located. Metro is at the corner, and in Paris, you live on the Metro. Room was small, but I was alone. Guess I expected a standard American room, but got a little cabaret room. Nice shower, wireless connection and clean, fresh sheets. The best part was the front desk, who was very helpful. And a great little continental breakfast. Would I go back? Absolutely. Next year.