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Best Western Montmartre Sacre-Coeur

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

This is Paris, rooms can most of the time be small. But this one is of a good size. Beds are comfy room is clean and the staff are extremely helpful. Montmartre in my opinion is the best place in Paris. Funky and cool with a great vibe

This hotel seemed OK upon arrival but we did not see the macoroon or the coffee facilities as described by others. The rooms are quite small but clean. The breakfast was quite fresh and nice albeit in a small area. The hotel suffers greatly because despite being located centrally, it is nevertheless not safe to be out late as there are prostitutes and drug addicts roaming around just outside the hotel.

Totally honest review- I took my friend for a surprise. The hotel is misleading. We got in a taxi from train station after Euro star and the taxi driver told us to be very careful that we are staying in a bad area. The streets are very scruffy dirty and we did not know that it was a red light district which also has drug pushers and pimps on streets. Right outside the doors of the hotel in the evening a white van pulls up to hand out condoms and do health checks. ( great idea for the community prostitutes but outside a so called 4 star hotel) We were approached by men and drug users whilst walking to the tube station at least 10-15 mins walk away so that is enough. We went to walk down a street and a shop keeper told us to don't dare go that way we would be in danger. When we returned in the night time we were so alarmed that our bedroom door had been left ajar with a stool in the way. We ran downstairs asking why the hotel staff had not noticed this. They only gave one member of staff on duty and they are apparently never allowed to leave the desk. The member of staff told me it was the cleaner and that he would inform the manager. We frantically checked through our room and thankfully nothing had been stolen. Considering how bad the area was outside we were so frightened in case we had been targeted. I was disgusted and it wasted hours of our trip worrying and feeling unsafe. The manager apologised the next day and of was sympathetic but this doesn't change what happened. I have been refunded half of my bill for a 2 night stay but still this does not change the fact that the next morning when the manager arrived I had to talk to her for over an hour and she could not resolve the situation until I complained to head office. As a so called 4 star hotel they should know what happens outside the hotel doors. I am a nurse so do not begrudge the service provided for local prostitutes but this really was the icing on the cake! As 2 females We would not recommend this hotel as the area is frightening. I am used to living in London and from Liverpool so I'm not afraid of a bit of a rough area, but this takes the biscuit!!!! Don't order a taxi from the hotel the staff called it for us and we got ripped off paid double for journey that was half the price on our return! Just flag one on the street outside as they are reasonable. The noise outside in the night is horrendous because of the local working girls. Don't go for a smoke outside as you may be mistaken for being in their turf! The room is clean and there is a coffee machine down stairs. But many other hotels in Paris offer a clean room and coffee but less chance of being robbed. As a very well travelled person I was unhappy with the whole experience and it ruined the trip and we were late for our day trip the next day!

It was a pretty nice hotel, though for their prices, they should have made the breakfast complimentary to guests instead of being an extra charge. Also, I don't know if it's just how European bathrooms are, but the bathroom layouts are just not well thought out. The toilet brush is mounted on the wall so close to you and the sink and the toilet paper holder is waaay behind you (which in our room was not so helpful being that the water tank line which was right under that leaked some and if you weren't paying attention, you'd get wet toilet paper :/ ) At least they had a shower set up with a door (unlike some places we went that had a shower bath, but just a partition instead of a curtain). The first day we were there I believe the drain must have been partially clogged because the water would drain very slowly and you would have to turn the water off for a bit so it would not overflow. The second day I think they fixed it because the water drained just fine, though somehow water was leaking out of the side by the wall somehow. As for the housekeepers, I guess they don't pay much attention to their signs about keeping towels, because we didn't put our towels in the sink to be taken, but had them laid out to dry so we could use them again, though they took all the towels in the room anyway. I had also brought my own washcloth and I'm thinking this happened when they cleaned the drain, but I believe they dropped my towel while they were cleaning (god forbid if they had actually used it to clean) because I noticed it looked partially bleached of its color - needless to say I did not use that towel again for that trip. And I guess after cleaning our room for a couple days already they seemed to not care so much and I think on our last day when they had cleaned up, knocked the plastic cups off the sink, which landed on the toilet brush and just left it there. Yeah, it could have been worse for them to just picked it back up and put it on the sink, but how much trouble would it have been to replace them with new ones? I also had went downstairs to get another towel for the room though because whoever cleaned the room the last time did not replace all the towels they took and for some reason they said they would send someone up with a towel. I bothered to go down there to get the towel, why they couldn't just give it to me while I was already there instead of having to wait for someone else to bring it up? The coffee they had downstairs in the nespresso thing was very good though, I think it was the brazilian I had tried. And they also had this snack time thing at certain times of the day where they put out little cookies (the name of them escapes me at the moment) and donuts, so that was nice.

Nice room, nice staff. The coffee and yummy corner are free and a nice touch. Room was clean and tidy. The area was safe for us. We had no issues although I can understand why some might think it unsafe at night as the neighbourhood has ladies of the night outside. They were no hassle. The hotel is well located for the metro and bus. I would stay there again if I needed to.

Small hotel in Paris Mont Mart. Good position, close to metro and not so far from centre by feet. Little breakfast room, but sized to meet all guest. Not so much to eat, but good quality. My room was small, not so much space for the baggage. Bathroom bigger than expected. Inwas surprised that there was only a towel in there, for shower, without anything smaller for hands or face. There was a mirror broken but i found a messege signed by one manager to say sorry about that. I appreciated.

I used Priceline to book this Hotel on name your own price. Wanted a 4 Star hotel in a safe area of Paris so named my price as I had done so many time before. I trusted that 4 Star according to Priceline is (4-STAR HOTELS The personalized customer service, elegant décor, and amazingly high standards of comfort at these hotels are simply unbeatable. ) Far from this description I know standard is much lower in France even base on that this is no way close. Area is very bad no way if I knew I would even get close to this place had to ask the Hooker standing in the door way to move so I can get in!!! Its so run down big puddle of water in the middle of the bathroom that never even got cleaned let alone fixed. Asked the maid for towels and I am sure she was cursing me in French she was not happy about this request, Because she did not even have a cart to carry supplies to the rooms Place is run by few teenagers when I told them about problems they said sure we will do are best and take care of it I had paid for 4 days not refund able due to name your own price and not even get room service let alone fix anything. Was offered to move to next door room that was even more derelict than first room and did not have window in the bathroom. If I had knew what I was getting into and had a chance I would not even write this comment but Since I came back I had tried to see what is Priceline policy on the Hotel rating all they told me is the Hotel did not offer any thing so that is what its is and Expedia uses the same rating and soooo it is 4 Star Hotel. I stayed from May 5th till 9th 2017.Not safe for anyone let alone an old American tourist that trusted a company to book this room. Priceline let me down and I would never use them again. Even the rate they gave me was a lie should have been up to 40% or less than published rate it was only $3.00 less. Had a very basic breakfast the last day I was there and felt so uneasy because the Lady that runs the place was watching my every move and had yelled at me on the second day I was there just because I wanted a cup of cafe after 10 am! I felt hopeless and let down y both price line and Best Western.

The staff were great and the hotel was clean, close to metro and buses and it all about the nice thing I can say, but horrible location to stay with the family. There were prostitutes on the street and in front of the hotel after 10pm so if you are planning on staying late night and return back with kids I don't recommend it. The rooms were very small, and bathrooms smaller. Definitely not a 4 start hotel.

We stayed here recently for four nights. Here's my pros and cons for my stay. Pros: -Room comfortable and clean -Not a bad location close to the moulin rouge and train station -all staff spoke good English -excellent price was very affordable Close to supermaket -rooms are clean Cons: -credit card was double charged for booking ( was refunded lucky we checked) - streets a bit dodgy.. felt a bit unsafe at times - we stayed four nights and on night three we were informed we always had to leave our card at the front desk for fire safety reasons..... seems very unusual. Was annoying considering this was only implemented day 3 of 4 - one staff member wasn't informed of local amenities, asked for nearest laundry service and he didn't know ( by the way it's across the road) - decided to have a sleep in and it appears your room won't be cleaned if you leave late we did after 11am and had the please clean sign on returned at 7 with no room clean. ***Please note for those travelling with friends or someone they are not comfortable with, there is no door/seperate bathroom, so to have a shower there is no privacy at all. If you do have privacy concerns with who you are travelling with, this is not the place for you!

Though not located in central Paris, the rooms are very clean and comfortable. Bathroom had good water pressure, beds were comfortable and a very kind, friendly and helpful staff. Very close to Metro stations as well as a couple of bus routes right outside property. One of the buses takes you right to the Arc de Triomphe. A short walk takes you to Sacre Couer Basilica.

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Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Business center
  • Laundry facilities

Located in 18th Arrondissement within a short walk of Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris, Best Western Montmartre Sacre-Coeur is within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular sights such as Galeries Lafayette. This 49-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a coffee shop/café, free in-room WiFi, and coffee/tea in a common area. Located in central Paris, the hotel is also near Notre Dame Cathedral and Arc de Triomphe.


Start your day off with breakfast, available for a fee. Get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café, or mingle with other guests at the free daily manager's reception.


Best Western Montmartre Sacre-Coeur's 49 soundproofed rooms provide coffee makers, free local calls, and free bottled water. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Safes and desks are also standard.

Property features

Guests of Best Western Montmartre Sacre-Coeur enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, a business center, and coffee in a common area. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a computer station, free newspapers, and laundry facilities.

Room options

Family Room, Multiple Beds

Queen 1 | Sleeps 4

Standard Room, 1 Double Bed, Non Smoking

Full 1 | Sleeps 1

Standard Room, 2 Single Beds, Non Smoking

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

61% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 617 reviews