Hôtel Bellevue Paris Montmartre3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
This hotel is near Anvers Metro ,a couple of minutes walk from the the funicular and the attractions of Montmartre,so an ideal location for a short stay.This hotel's website states it's been refurbished.I would ask when?The rooms were clean but very tired looking. The shower screen was faulty in our room and you had to be careful of slow clearing drains in the shower.The shower in our granddaughters room was also causing problems.Both rooms had fans proivided but they were very noisy,probably because the appeared not to be cleaned or maintained.The breakfast room is a joke.The notice advises to come at 7.30 to avoid congestion ,well guess what people take that to heart and you find yourself queueing. When you did get a place there is often no one on duty to replenish crockery,food etc.We had to ask the receptionist who would wash plates etc just enough for what you asked for.If you do come later they runout of pastries etc.It is obviously being run on a shoe string budget.I feel sorry for the excellent staff who do their very best but are let down by a management who expect them to perform miracles with the bare minimum.We cannot fault the friendly ,helpful reception staff who are so willing to do anything to make your stay as good as they can.If I had paid the advertised tariff for per night I would have been angry as it certainly doesn't operate to the advertised star rating.If they could improve the breakfast situation the I would consider staying there again provided I got a good deal as I would not pay what the hotel wants.This hotel is a good base if you don't spend too much time in your room.I feel the website needs updating to reflect the state of the hotel today
The Montmartre location is of course great. The rooms are ok, good size and clean, but very old and deserving a renovation. No air conditioning so careful in the summer. Completely unacceptable is the management of luggage. We left luggage in the foyer on departure day, got a receipt, but in the afternoon when we came back our luggage was gone, stolen. No reaction from the staff, not even a sorry. Not recommended.
We recently stayed at The Bellevue which I would describe as a basic budget hotel. The room was small but clean with basic facilities. Our room looked onto a piece of spare land at the rear of the hotel, the window did not lock and the tv did not work. The staff were friendly and helpful and the breakfast although not having a great deal of choice (croissant, orange juice, cereal, tea/coffee, fruit, boiled eggs) was adequate. The hotel is in a good location being not far from the Sacre Coeur. Some good restaurants and bars nearby.
I have stayed in Hotel Bellevue Paris Monmartre twice. My first time in August 2016 and more recently, May 2017. The hotel is in an excellent location. Very close to shops, restaurants, cafes and Metro. Also just around the corner is the Sacre-Coeur! The hotel staff are very friendly and helpful. The rooms are a good size and both times were very clean. Wifi could be improved as higher floors have a weaker signal. Should I return to Paris a third time, I would like to stay here. Definitely recommend this lovely hotel!
The hotel have very small rooms with peeled walls, 2 sqm. bathroom. Minimal comfort, no wardrobe just a hole for a few hangers. In the weekend the receptionist serve the breakfast too, in a very little room, very crowded, with insufficient plates and cutlery, with a minimal choice of food. Very noisy, especially in the weekend.
Disclaimer - My review may not be valid for budget seeking European and American travelers who are used to extremely low levels of services due to high cost of labour in their country We stayed here for 4 nights in Paris. We are from India where the service levels in 3 star properties are also extremely high in most cases and rooms are large and filled with modern amenities when you pay around 70-80 USD per night. In this case, there is almost zero service available. This is a hotel run by a single guy. Rooms are clean but are small and lack basic amenities like coffee machine, iron, spacious cupboard, locker. In our case bed was not made and room not cleaned even when we stayed here for 4 nights and left the key with them everyday. So if you are seeking some comfort and pleasure during your stay and if you are from Asia, I would strongly recommend not to choose this hotel. There are several more hotels in this locality and I would prefer to chose them. This is also not walkable from the most important streets in Paris.
This hotel, while basic, ticked all the boxes for us who went to Paris for a 3 night family break. It was very reasonably priced, very friendly, clean and comfortable. Just the spot to put your head down!!
Hotel is just worth what you paid for..staff is basically helpful especially Fal, makes our tour easier to commute by using the Metro, which he explain briefly how to get into..rooms are clean and of course I can't complain if it's not that big since I expect what I paid for..but overall this hotel is recommendable to stay especially if you like night life, it's nearby pubs and nice restaurants as well, just walking distance to Mulin Rouge.. Tips...when you travel along metroline don't accept help from anybody scums is rampant in Paris , be vigilant anywhere.....and how will I forget the panic movement we expreince in Gare de Nurd terminal it's terrifying ...not a good experience for a first time visit in Paris 😟
The location is good, and very convenient for Metro links - you have a choice between Anvers and Barbes Rochechouart stations, both about a 5 minutes walk from the hotel. Metro Anvers is on only one line, so Barbes Rochechourt is a handy option to have when you're travelling up from the centre of the city (say Les Halles, the islands or Montparnasse). Our double bedroom was just that - a room with a bed in it. There are no coffee or tea making facilities. We had no problem sleeping during our stay - the bed was comfortable. Overall, I would say the hotel is average to good value. If all you need is a place to lay your head at night, it could be ideal, especially if Montmartre is your chosen area.
Basic budget hotel friendly staff with an excellent location near sacre couer. It was exactly what it appears to be. If you aren't used to budget travel this is not the place for you. I found the hotel to be both clean and quiet.
- Walking distance to Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris and Moulin Rouge
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- 24-hour business center
- 24-hour front desk
Hôtel Bellevue Paris Montmartre places you in 18th Arrondissement, within a leisurely stroll of popular sights such as Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris and Moulin Rouge. This 36-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, a 24-hour business center, and a 24-hour front desk. Located centrally in Paris, it's also close to Galeries Lafayette and Notre Dame Cathedral.
Start each morning off right with continental breakfast served for a fee.
All 36 rooms provide phones and desks. Guests can enjoy free WiFi and flat-screen TVs.
At Hôtel Bellevue Paris Montmartre, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, a 24-hour business center, and a computer station. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with tours or tickets, luggage storage, and securing valuables. This hotel also has a TV in a common area.
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64% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 905 reviews