Hôtel Bellevue Paris Montmartre3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
1.Congested small - smelly rooms and bathrooms... Had a group booking.. All were of different sizes 2.3rd floor doesn't have elevator access 3.check in n check out procedures unnecessarily time consuming 4.below avrg buffet breakfast 5.wifi couldn't register 80% people's phones of our group.... Management couldn't find solution
Ok stay, we were there 3 nights, asked for a double bed but got twins made up with a double bed sheet and they called that a double... even when one matress was a centimeter higher than the other. Great location right next to the Sacre Coeur, Staff friendly and helpful. The elevator is dodgy to say the least, i preferred the stairs. No air conditioner in the rooms but a fan. Would not return here
Booked a triple room for 2 nights. The staff at the reception was a mixed bag, most of them were good but one specific gentleman (might be the manager) lacked hospitality/courteous behaviour. The room was average with a kettle. The reception provides coffee powder and milk (in a cup) if you request. They can also heat food in their kitchen for you. We got to know of these things only after we saw other guests using these amenities as these were never told to us during check-in. The location is good, accessible to public transport and some non-expensive souvenir shops. Overall an average stay. My recommendation for the hotel staff would be the following: 1. Provide list of all services (chargeable as well as non-chargeable) that hotel provides on check in 2. Place coffee and milk powder within the room near the kettle (just like I have seen in most of the countries) 3. Accept constructive review. Looking at other reviews on TA and management response, I can see that the management is more combative than improvement focussed wherever there is critical feedback/suggestions from guests. I might skip this place the next time I am in Paris.
Lovely staff who happy to help. Room service was good. Room basic in terms of decor, size and facilities. A few minutes walk to the highest point in Paris with stunning views. 10minute walk to train station. Plenty of places to eat and drink near by. Not the most attractive but suitable for the price.
room is quite small but amazing, has it all. comfort room is so sleek but clean generally. cleanliness is at average. the hotel, i guess is a bit old but you can see how it is well maintained. a bit amazed too at the elevator and they do observe energy saving practices. just enough food for breakfast. good thing i like too is the Filipino receptionist who assisted me, great "kabayan". only thing i don't like is the uber taxi that cancelled trip twice, I hope the hotel gave justice to this.
Pros: Location (x3!), very close the Sacre Couer area, metro, and garde de norde. Very affordable. Service is friendly and helpful. Provided us a fan for the heat. Cons: Tiny room without air conditioning. Was a hot day in Paris (87 degrees) which was a bit uncomfortable. If you arrive early, you can stow your bags in an open unsecured area. Pro Tip: There is a grocery store across the street, great place to get water (<1 euro) and wine (<9 euro) outside of the nearby tourist traps.
Our overall experience was good but I wished the hotel provided TV channels that play in English or have cable TV for my husband, he likes the sports channels, a dresser to put clothes in, an iron in the room (they keep the iron at the front desk and I had to iron in the area where they serve breakfast). The staff was very nice about letting me use it but I wished they had it in each room. The bed was VERY comfortable. I thought the continental breakfast was included, it is not you have to pay 12 euros daily or pay for it when you book your room. They should have a small refrigerator so I could have kept cold drinks or they need an ice machine, My husband had to keep going to the front desk every day to ask for ice. The staff was very polite and helpful during our stay. To our surprise, they do not sell ice at the corner markets. The location of the hotel is great it is two blocks from the Sacre Coeur church and the train stations. The price was great. If you do not mind some these things, then this is the hotel for you. My brother paid for an apartment at the Airbnb website for 10 euros cheaper than at this hotel. I AM GLAD I PICKED THIS hotel over the Airbnb apartment my brother stayed at, he slept on sofa/bed that was very uncomfortable. My bed was super comfy. I didn't take any photos because the room is so small. TIPS: 1. Go to the bank and exchange your money here in the US. It is more expensive to exchange the currency in Paris. I exchanged the dollars here for $1.27 my brother paid $1.47 plus a 5% fee in Paris. 2. We bought our tickets here for all of our activities in Paris. We didn't have to wait in the long lines to purchase tickets. 3. TAKE SUPER COMFORTABLE SHOES, you will be walking a lot! I saw some women walking in heels at the Champs-Elysees, you won't be able to walk too far. 4. If you a good bike rider download the Mobike app. It was very nice to be able to bike instead of walking for two days. What is nice about these bikes is that you can pick them anywhere and drop them off anywhere. You don't have to look for a rack to put them back. You literally just leave them anywhere, just make sure you lock it. 5. Make sure you have a plan when you to go the Louvre Museum, the place is huge. go to the website and look at the Selected Works link so you can decide in advance what you want to see when you get there. Get there early and buy your tickets with the time slot of 9:00 a.m. you will be in the first line to get in. 6. It is about $300.00 less expensive depending on what Louis Vuitton bag you buy in Paris then if you buy it here in the US. Just take a copy of the passport or your passport with you to the store so you can get the paperwork to get reimbursed for taxes at the airport before you check in. 7. Paris is safe, keep your belongings close to you, do not stop for anyone trying to sell you or give you flyers or get you to sign a paper. I hope this helps. Have a safe trip
The accommodations was very beautiful ... Lovely friendly staff on reception ... Breakfast - Good! ... Very clean rooms, everyday cleaning with towels change included. .... A great bonus is location, close to the metro. Total - Superb!”
We spent 3 nights in Paris & the Hotel Bellevue was perfect for this! Friendly & helpful staff, comfortable rooms, great amenities & awesome free WiFi! The hotel was close to the metro & central to all main attractions. Thank you for an amazing stay!
Stayed here for 1 night....had everything we required.... Bed was so comfortable...nice staff.... continental breakfast... Very close to metro and sacre coeur.. .. quiet area... lots of shops nearby and a great grocery store.
- 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 Montmartre, 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 Arc de Triomphe.
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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64.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 990 reviews