Posted Sep 26, 2015 on Hotels
The best part of this hotel is the neighborhood, which is a great section of Montmartre. Otherwise, we would not stay here again. We found the sheets to be dirty when we arrived, and asked the hotel housekeeper to change out everything the second day. When we came back that evening, the housekeeper did change all of the sheets, which was great. However, the room had a very strong smell of bug spray. We were very curious as to why it did, since there was no smell on the first day. We found out why on the third night when we found bugs in the bed. We complained to the manager, who told us that he can't help what other travelers bring into the rooms and that it wasn't the hotel's fault. After more complaining, he did agree to wash all of our clothing for us, which at least made us feel a tad better since we had just started our vacation and didn't want to be lugging bugs with us throughout Europe. However, after we completely dissected the bed and looked at the mattress and box spring, it was very clear that there was past evidence of bugs - we should have looked when we checked in. In addition, the walls are extremely thin. We were kept up our second night because the couple in the adjacent room were "enjoying" themselves, and it took them 1.5 hours to finish - we were then finally able to get to sleep. The bathtub is extremely slippery when taking a shower - I almost fell a couple times. There is nothing positive otherwise to report about the hotel, it is quite bare bones.