- Charges for extra guests may apply and vary depending on the property's policy.
- A cash deposit or credit card for incidental charges, as well as a government-issued photo ID, are required at check-in.
- Special requests are subject to availability at the time of check-in and can't be guaranteed. Certain requests may come with additional charges.
- No parking is available onsite.
- The minimum check-in age for Spring Break is 18 years old.
- The credit card used at check-in for incidentals must be in the name of the primary guest who made the reservation.
- The following credit cards are accepted: American Express, MasterCard, and Visa.
- The hotel can refuse certain bookings for the purpose of group events or parties, which include pre-wedding stag/bachelor and hen/bachelorette parties.
- Registered guests are the only ones allowed in guestrooms.
- There are no elevators.
- No cribs or infant beds are available.
- No rollaway or extra beds are available.
- Noise-free rooms can't be guaranteed.
Hotel Nation Montmartre1.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
My rating may have been different had I been staying for more than one night. However, I wanted somewhere cheap for the night, so I can't really complain. The location is excellent in terms of being close to the metro, Sacre Coeur and Montmatre. I can understand some other reviewers concerns about the locale but given how little time I spent in the area and the proximity to the metro, I don't think it's too big an issue. My room was very basic with a bed and shower. Toilets are located on the stairs, which was tricky on my visit as they were undergoing refurbishment, so privacy was at a bit of a minimum. The room wasn't the cleanest and the heating was really weird. However, it served it's purpose as somewhere to rest my head for one night
myself and husband where dumbfounded when we arrived at Barbes metro it was surrounded by 40-50 males extremely intimidating. You have to watch out for pick picketers all of the time day and night . Police are excellent when around. Mattresses on street floor for days.
It is for people who do not claim too much. Everything in the room was dirty, bathroom, floor, furniture, sheets. Bad wifi. The staff does not speak English. Terrific steps. But it is close to the metro, Moulin Rouge and Sacre Cour.
We booked this hotel for just 2 nights we were in room 210 on the front of the hotel after being to via email we would have a room with a courtyard view !!!!! The hotel is very very basic small reception the room was small the bathroom was new and fine ,the bed was fine , there were 2 coat hangers on a screw in the wall to hang up your clothes no tea and coffee in the room there's a machine in reception we did not have breakfast ,the front off the hotel has a bar on the corner that didn't shut till 3.30 am there was noise all night and the neighbour hood was best described as threatening we were constantly warned about pickpockets we would not return to this hotel again
Great first impression of the hotel looks great on the outside and he inside. The three gentalmen who great us was lovely so helpful recommendations on places to go and eat . Was told I was put in a nicer super room however on checking pictures it was the room I had book no problem with this great room . The room was not ready as we had turned up early. We was able to leave our bags here and went off for a few hours . As we left the manager informed us to keep all money and phones out of sight as there's a lot of pickpockets about we had witnessed this already before we got to the hotel we then went off for a few hours On return the hotel smelt of wet dog, thought nothing of it got our cases went to the top of the hotel now problem apart from no lighting on all floors so was walking in the dark. Room was great every thing we expected only few problems when we got in the room . The curtain pole in one side was hanging off the wall this was not a problem for us but young children that could hurt if fell on . The toilet holder didn't hold a role as had been bent . There's was two up and down wall lights 1 bulb in one had for and the other very dull and the bathroom plug in one sink did not work . Apart from those a point there was marks on the wall that I guess with a wipe would come off if tried . Started to in pack our bags and noticed our bags was full of chair . Dog hair witch we later discovered there was actually a dog that lived in reception. So we cleaned our bags of hair had an hours nap as been traveling for some time and there pillows had a few hairs on also . Maybe not dog hairs but was hairs we asked on our way out for clean pillows and the young land said he was not sure if they had any but will check . Later in return no pillows . I asked the night guy who went to look and couldn't only find this small rounded long pillow as there was no others . Surely being a hotel you would keep spare pillows ??. So we got in to bed and my partner struggling as she allergic to pet hair and dust things like that so she came out in a rash couldn't stop sneezing or eyes watering . There was nothing we could have done about the dog issue but if honest if I knew a dog lived here I would not have booked here . And would have booked else were will people being allergic surly this should state when booking about a dog ? . There's was a fair amount of barking from the dog on our first night after we had got into bed around 22:40 we was on the top floor and heard it so felt sorry for anyone on bottom floor . The bed was really comfy had a great night sleep , we had the window open all night at traffic was fine , it's just off a Maine road but no trouble sleeping Waking up the first morning I opened the curtains only for the pole to full and bang me on my head . As we headed down in the morning I had told reception about it and the guy said he will get it sorted . This was at 8 am we went to Disneyland for the holiday and arrived back at the hotel at 11 still no one had arrived to fix the pole and attach it to the wall despite house keeping had come in and made the bed ect thought they would have mentioned it That's night we both showers and the water was freezing though this was strange but maybe was the end of the water as was the night. On check out we asked the guy about the €20 deposit he said to come back later when boss in after 10 i explained I'm checking out now 6am My flight was at 9 but he just demanded me to come back later . I feel if he works the night /morning shift he should have some knowledge of check out ect . Maybe some training could be in order . So my overall view of this hotel was a budget hotel that could do with a bit more service from management. The rooms was clean apart from hairs on pillows the bathroom was clean and bed was comfy . If it wasn't for the dog we would stay here again but for my partner to be allergic to dogs unfortunately we couldn't . But thanks for having us this time
If you are looking for a hotel-based vacation better look for a luxury one. If you are interested visiting the city then, it is a good choice to stay. Location is nice, really close to metro station and sacre coure, moulin rouge. 5 min walk to Gare du Nord. Staff is helpfull. Room is small but neat and clean.
Room on the 4th floor. Windows shut out the traffic noise. Good sized bathroom. Good sized bed. Clean. Doesn't get cleaned during your stay, apart from bed re made and towels re folded. Area is a bit dodgy, but right near a train station. Wifi isn't the best, but it works great during the day when most guests are out. The hotel did us good during our stay.
We booked this hotel at last minute as my husband travelled with group friends for the Euro, we decided later on that I might as well join him for 5 nights in Paris, the group of friends were staying near Gare du Nord area the reason we booked on this hotel to be near them (10mins walk or 1 stop by the metro). We booked and paid the hotel before reading the reviews, had we read before booking we wouldn't had stayed. But being fair, the hotel is not in the high end side of Paris, the Metro station are loitered with men selling cigarettes, but the location itself as near the main road is safe enough. The room, smallish but newly decorated, spacious ensuite, clean towels, kettle (but no tea/coffee) shampoo and body wash sachet were provided daily. We stayed in the 2nd floor with big window which we were grateful as weather were really hot that time and there was no aircon or fan in the room, really uncomfortable. The staff cons everyday to tidy up the bed but never clean, not even the floor. Flat screen TV with no English Channel. Tea/coffee dispensing machine near the reception at the ground floor. The hotel has steep spiral stairs with no lift, some rooms has no ensuite and has to use the communal small toilet near the landing of each floor, can't comment more as didn't used this facility. The staff are friendly and helpful enough when we asked directions. The front door were locked after 10 or 11pm I think, but there is always a staff in the reception near the door to help open the door if needed. It's about 30minutes by train from the airport and shuttle bus is available by arrangement only the previous day by the hotel. There is a small convenient shop beside the hotel or if you walk a street up at the back there's a big Carrefour shop, macdonalds, Starbucks and few restaurant and bars.... If I go back again? Although I never felt threatened for my safety, I would splash a little bit more to be at Notre Dame area which is equally cheap but better area, or somewhere else, certainly not the Champ d Elysee part of Paris.
I booked this Hotel? to enable me to be at the Euros from the 24/6/16 until the 2/7/16. Unfortunately I did not read Trip advisor reviews until after I had made payment and at that stage it was too late to change. I have read the reviews and agree with comments made by other unfavourable reviewers.The hotel is advertised as being in Monmarte, it is not! It is located in the Berbes district but within walking distance of Monmarte. The place is in an area which houses immigrants and refugees. As other people have written it is a dodgy area and you will feel quite uncomfortable being there. On my second night there I was followed after being dropped of by a taxi, by two males who blabbered on in French and followed me right up to the hotel door which was locked. On the 3rd night while sitting outside a Bar just across the street from the Hotel,I witnessed a Young family arrive in a Taxi and be dropped of just at the top of the street. As the Taxi driver began to unload their cases from the boot of the car, one of a number of men who loiter around every night picked up one of the families suitcases and attempted to make off with it persued by the Taxi driver. The male dropped the case and ran off and luckily the Taxi driver was able to retrieve the families property. As regards the accommodation, I stayed in a single room which was tiny and felt cramped. I lived out of my suitcase as there was nowhere to hang my clothes. Not even a wall coat hook! No wardrobe or drawers at all. I did not manage to get the internet working for 3 days.The communal toilets which are located of the main spiral staircase do not have any means of washing your hands after using them.This would simply not pass British hygiene standards.The hotel was advertised on Expedia as 2 stars, it is NOT! the plaque at the front door rates it as 1 star..I had a decision to make move to another hotel ( which would have been very expensive due to the tourists attending the Euros) or return home. I managed to get a flight back home on the 30th June cutting my holiday short by 3 days! If you are in any doubt about the area I suggest you search about it. Last year a Muslim extremist was shot dead by French Police at the bottom of the street the hotel is located on its called Barbes/Rochecourt.
First of all I think some of the reviews are very unfair. When we arrived we were given a room on the 5th floor but the very helpful man on reception took our suitcases up for us. The following day they relocated us to the 1st floor and moved our cases down while we were out and about. The room was plenty big enough for 3 people, very clean, nice comfortable beds. Bit quirky having the shower cubicle in the bedroom but it worked for us 3 ladies. The towels could have been a bit softer but were changed every day. All the staff we met were polite and helpful. We stayed for 4 nights and didn't find any of the people around the street intimidating. I would not have liked to share the toilet on the spiral staircase I would have been worried about falling down the stairs so make sure you book a room with ensuite facilities. We would have no hesitation in booking here again.
- Walking distance to Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- 24-hour front desk
- Airport shuttle (fees apply)
Located in 18th Arrondissement within a short walk of Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris, Hotel Nation Montmartre is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Moulin Rouge. This 39-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and a 24-hour front desk. Located centrally in Paris, it's also close to Arc de Triomphe and Eiffel Tower.
Start each morning off right with continental breakfast served for a fee.
All 39 soundproofed rooms feature phones and desks. Plasma TVs come with cable channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Climb into the memory foam bed for a pleasant night's sleep.
Guests of Hotel Nation Montmartre have access to free WiFi in public areas. Airport transportation is made easy with an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for EUR 18 per person one-way. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help with tours or tickets, luggage storage, and securing valuables.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
17.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 228 reviews