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All reviewsplace de clichymoulin rougemetro stationsacre courerooms are basicthe red light districtbars and restaurantswalking distanceclean hotelstayed here for nightsaround the cornershort staymain attractionscroissantslocation is excellenteiffel towercemetery
Stayed at this hotel for a couple of days on a rugby trip to Paris. The hotel is basic but its all you need for a few days. Room was adequate with double bed, sink toilet etc. Had breakfast both days which was mainly pastries...More
The hotel is quite far away from the city centre in a bit messy neightbourhood, however it is a walking distance from the subway.
The rooms are clean but a bit strange. The sink is next to the bed, the toilet in one room the...More
Thank Katja S
Response from Axel_LUBIN, General Manager at Ibis Paris Montmartre 18emeResponded 14 March 2018
Thank you for your feedback
However, I am wondering if you are talking about Ibis Montmartre.
Indeed, in our hotel we have the sink, the shower and the toilet in the same room. The sink is not next to the bed.
My mom just took a bad fall out of the shower. This hotel is great until you need help. I called down for an icepack, they asked me to come get it. I went down to the front desk, showed my translator app with exactly...More
Response from Axel_LUBIN, General Manager at Ibis Paris Montmartre 18emeResponded 8 March 2018
Dear Terri, good morning,
We are pleased for have spoken with you at the hotel.
We wish you a pleasant stay in Dublin and a safe back home to you and your mother in USA.
Take care of yourself,
Calypso & Manuella
Lovely hotel situated in great location in Paris. The metro is a quick stroll away and takes you to all the must see locations.
There are so many eating places nearby to chose from, the area is vibrant with lots going on.
Hotel staff are...More
Response from Axel_LUBIN, General Manager at Ibis Paris Montmartre 18emeResponded 28 February 2018
Dear Blessed1014016, hello,
Thank you for taking the time to leave us your impressions following your stay with us.
It's a real pleasure to read your comments and i will not fail to share them with the team.
I thank you as well for your...More
Stayed here for 5 nights recently and although it’s basic it’s exactly right for those staying in Paris. Safe location, friendly staff, and good cheap restaurants around, no frills and no fuss, will be back soon
Montmartre is a bustling mix of cultures, colours, and styles which changes from one street to another. Ride the funicular (or, for a real workout, climb the steps) to the sublime Sacré-Coeur (Basilica of the Sacred Heart) with its inspiring view of the city. The church is surrounded by provincial streets and piano bars where tourists, artists, and street entertainers thrive. At the foot of the hill, Boulevard de Clichy
features shops not intended for young audiences, while residences are scattered to the north and east. The diverse population includes a large part from the Arab-speaking world, Africa, and Turkey. It’s a corner of Paris full of life and dynamism with charms that can’t be found anywhere else.
Response from irishtraveller20162 | Reviewed this property |
Turn left out of the hotel, over the bridge and turn right onto rue Joseph de Maistre and just after the next junction there is a little restaurant called Un Zebre a Montmartre on the right - lovely food, good prices, good... More
Turn left out of the hotel, over the bridge and turn right onto rue Joseph de Maistre and just after the next junction there is a little restaurant called Un Zebre a Montmartre on the right - lovely food, good prices, good service, very French. If you don’t like the look of that there are a number of other eateries along that stretch.
Response from vanessa d | Reviewed this property |
Take the train from CDG to Gare du Nord, cost is around 19 euros. Tickets can be purchased from the self service machines, (in English). Then follow the signs to the Metro from the train station (internal) and take the metro... More
Take the train from CDG to Gare du Nord, cost is around 19 euros. Tickets can be purchased from the self service machines, (in English). Then follow the signs to the Metro from the train station (internal) and take the metro to Place De Clichy. Very easy. I always walk from the train station and sit with a coffee after about 10 mins, just to take in the atmosphere.