Best Western Hotel Le Montmartre Saint Pierre,  Paris

3.5/5  - based on 98 guest reviews.
10 Rue de Clignancourt, 75018, Paris, France - See map
+33 01 42 23 48 00 +33 01 42 23 48 00



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The Best Western® Hotel Le Montmartre Saint Pierre, decorated in a purely Parisian Style with fireplaces and cornices, welcomes guests in 48 rooms with luxury bedding, individual air conditioning, free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, from open bathroom with a rain shower, hairdryer, anti-fog mirror heating, and many other services. The hotel is located in the picturesque and lively Montmartre, close to Sacre Coeur Basilica, Place du Tertre and its painters, and the Dali Museum. It is also close to Gare du Nord with the Eurostar, Thalys, RER connection to Charles De Gaulle Airport and East by Metro 4 with 1 or 2 stops. Perfectly connected by metro and bus, you can reach the Champs Elysees directly, Arc de Triomphe, St Michel Notre Dame, the Louvre or the Eiffel Tower, or enjoy the bus OpenTour which stops 200 meters from the hotel. The entire team of the Best Western® Hotel Le Montmartre Saint Pierre will be listening to you and is at your disposal to make you enjoy your stay in Paris.

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Best Western Hotel Le Montmartre Saint Pierre,Paris
  • 3
    « Good Stay »

    We were looking for a cheapish place around this area (close to Gare de Nord train station) - Located about a 10min walk which was good. Supermarket and McDonalds close by. Staff were friendly and welcoming. Even though I'd read reviews about tiny rooms ours was a decent size for the 2 of us. Toilet room a bit thin however and shower doesnt have a separating door from the rest of the room - good we are not shocked by the sight of each other! We stayed two nights - bit disappointed that our coffee capsules and water wasn't replenished on our 2nd night. But as we had an early start on checkout anyway so didn't have time for our morning coffee. There was a dirty used cup left from the previous guest (although it was slightly hidden for the cleaners to miss). The elevator is the size of a closet and seemed a bit dodge so a bit apprehensive to use but as we are able-bodied we took the stairs anyway. Overall the room was decent and useful for its purpose.

    « Anniversary trip »

    When we arrived our reservation had not been sent by the tour operators, the gentleman on reception, Georges, couldn't have been more helpful, he contacted other hotels, spoke with our tour company & eventually got things sorted. What could've been a disaster turned out well in the end, thank you Georges. Peter Cox

    « Value for money! »

    My partner and I stayed here for 5 nights at the beginning of April. After reading some of the reviews on this site I was somewhat apprehensive about what to expect when I arrived. Immediately, all thought of the negative reviews were quashed with friendly staff always willing to answer any questions you may have. I was very impressed with their knowledge of the local area and their attitudes towards helping tourists! The only downside to our stay at this hotel was the size of the toilet. Being over 6", I found it hard to use the toilet without leaving the door wide open. The shower being in the middle of the room was an intriguing feature of our room, I probably wouldn't recommend this hotel for travelling friends but other than that, extremely good value for money and I would happily return in future.

    « Great staff, small room »

    I think the price was really great but the room I has was the smallest. There wasn't even room to walk around the bed and the shower was tiny. All in all, I didn't spend much time in the room and the bed was comfy. Please note that the location was in a neighborhood that was colorful and busy with lots of marketers and peanut roasting in shopping carts. About 4 blocks from the Metro and from the Sacre-Coeue Basilica I walked, a lot. Best little shopping and eating district *Rue Des Abbesses* ever! I went there twice and could have gone every day. Breakfast was nice, with lots of choices. Best part was the friendly staff. I'll never forget Cedric and Valentine! Je t'aime!

    « Very bad hotel and worst experience »

    Very very small rooms, quality of furniture worst. Room was so small that we couldn't even open up the whole luggage for two people and the bathroom was toooooo small. One couldn't even fit in the shower area. The heater was not working and the reception didn't even react after complaining.

    « Great vale »

    Great hotel, freshly renovated, staff lovely and helpful, the only thing I would change, as an international traveller from Australia I would recommend they have rooms ready for early arrivals, after 24 hour flight, we arrived first thing in the morning and couldn't get into our room, had to get on a hop on bus and travel around the city till 2 when our room was ready. Very tired, Breakfast was ok.

    « Outstanding »

    Wauuuuu, Excellent staff, service , hospitality. Lady which iy working in restaurant is super and very helpful. Gaspard, Hossiain and Alexandra are superb. For 3 star hotel big KUDOS. Thank you Zvonimir Vali Ilari

    « Reasonable but depends on staff member »

    This is our third stay at a hotel in this price range in Montmartre now, so we have a reasonable idea what to expect. Some features are a little on the small side but that's par for the course. The breakfast is good value, the free WiFi worked well, the location was very handy and actually only a short walk from Gare du Nord - although Metro and bus stops were readily available locally. Like much of Paris there were unfortunate people sleeping on the streets and begging not far away. Although the hotel itself seemed secure and left us feeling safe. But, the thing about a hotel is if there are any issues, it's really comes down to how the staff deal with them that can make all the difference between a good and bad stay. During our stay we had some small issues and found a massive difference in quality of service depending on who we asked. One particular member of staff probably needs to rethink his career as everything was a problem for him. Here were our three examples:- 1) The room had a strange smell - is there anything you can do please? Sorry we're full. But pushed him to see if he could get it cleaned instead, a huff, roll of the eyes and all of a sudden a room was available, that was much better. 2) On the 2nd day the room had been cleaned well but they'd missed replacing the complementary coffee & tea. Apparently according to this staff member, you only get complementary tea and coffee on the first day. Ask if there's anything he can do - nope. You'll have to use the communal area - but that has no tea. Eventually another member of staff went away and kindly came back with a handful of supplies. 3) Then we asked if we could book breakfast for the following morning please? Apparently, he'd already cashed up so couldn't take our money or our request - just go down in the morning and tell them that this was the situation and we could probably still have it at the cheaper pre-booked rate. A couple of hours later a change of staff and it was no problem at all for the chap who was on later to take our money and book breakfast for us. So in summary, one member of staff really lived up to the poor Parisian stereotypes - everything was a problem for him, the default answer was a shrug of the shoulders and ?no? - he just didn't want to help (anywhere else they'd be suggesting retraining or even a career move away from customer facing). But on the other hand other members of staff were great, friendly and helpful. In fact I'd go as far as to say that one member of the team was so exceptionally good (the lovely guy who looked forty but was actually in his sixties!) that he carried the whole experience to balance out the shockingly poor other guy - if I'd only dealt with him for everything, this would have been a glowing five star review. Overall, I'm afraid I can only give it an average rating though, because it very much depends on who you are lucky or unlucky enough to find on reception when you need them.

    « Good for its price »

    SinceI was able to book the room for 60 euro per night including breakfast I found it good value. The room is small but cozy and clean. Its also tastefully decorated. Breakfast consisted of bread pastries ans 2 hot dishes, juice n coffee. It was fine to get you started. Now for the location , to be honest its not in a pretty part of paris. Many times we felt unsecure especially around Barbes metro at night. But it was convenient to travel around since there was also a bus stop that can take you directly to eiffel tower and other tourist stops 2 mins walk from hotel. I probably would choose a different location next time but if I get the same rate I would consider staying here again.


    It does not deserve to stay in this hotel. Rooms are very small and service is very bad. I requested a sleeper but they rejected to provide me a sleeper even with the money. 1stly they gave me a room on the roof and then the second day I insist to change and they changed. Unfortunately, breakfast was very poor too. It was near to Anver station 4 minutes by walk.

  • 1
    « Awful! Bad attitude and bad location! »

    We had visited so many Best Western in United States before, and this one was a really bad experience since the beginning, the personal in the lobby was very and unhelpful, they told me to dont let all baggage in the floor but they didnt help us to carry them to our room. The room was really small and we didnt enjoy our vacation over there. I was really affraid of the hotel's location, i felt really insecure when i arrived to the hotel, the neighborhood is unsecure, with people selling on the streets and they offert you sustances, so i was really worried about my self security. I can not recommend this type of 1*hotel when you are paying for more than that. Be really careful and keep an eye about this hotel in the middle of the ghetto.

    « A small hotel located in Montmartre »

    The hotel is located near two metro stations and another one not so far from it. The immediate surroundings of the hotel don't look so nice, but a block away or so it's very nice and charming. There are three supermarkets and a Mcdonalds within walking distance. The rooms were clean and tidy, but tiny. Beds were comfy, and the room was newly decorated. Our room didn't face the street, so it was quiet and tranquil. It had everything that we needed, the only problem we faced was the lack of refrigerator (but we placed our items in front of the window; the weather was cold so nothing happened to them). The staff was very courteous and friendly, and the breakfast was efficient, not so many stuff but items essential for a good breakfast. I Would recommend this hotel; for this price you wouldn't find anything much better.

    « Nice hotel »

    For the money paid, I found this hotel to be OK. It is located in a very good location and in a very nice part of the city near the Sacre Coeur basilica. Many metro stations nearby and staff are also friendly. Rooms are small and there is no fridge in them but are equipped with safe box. Bathroom is in the middle of the room and it's not covered so if you travel there with your friends or family it would be a bit uncomfortable.

    « Wonderful »

    This is indeed a wonderful hotel. I csn t find any negative points... Rooms are VERY BIG FOR PARIS Recently decorated, very elegant Shower ok Beds are very comfy Breakfast is quite good Location: 5 mins walk from Barbes metro line no 4 and 10 mins walk from the heart of Montmartre Overall, i enjoyed my stay at this hotel, and this is exactly why, everytime i go to Paris on buisness, i chose it

    « Nice hotel »

    I stayed here from June7th to June 9th. I arrived early, and the staff kept my luggage safely secured. My room was on the first floor, facing the street. It was loud during the night. If you need a more quite room, I would ask where a more quite room would be located. There is an elevator, which it quit small. It says it will hold three people, but not with luggage. There are two metros stations, the M2 and M4. They are only a 2 -5 minute walk way. It takes, at least a half hour by metro to get to The Louvre, The Effiel Tower, and Pere Lachaise ( the cemetery where Jim Morrison is buried). The room I had was a double bed room. Not sure if it would be good for two people. There is a vending machine with drinks and snacks. Staff is helpful and knowledge with any questions. There are many places to eat, even a McDonlads. A bakery a couple of door down the street. There is a bar/restaurant across from the hotel, Commerce Barbes. I eat there, and the food and drinks are good. The staff is good, and do know english if you do not know alot of French.There is a/c in the rooom, but the blower for it is near the door. It cooled, but not enough for me. The hotel is nice, but next time, I would try to stay more in the center of Paris.

    « Nice stay »

    Nice and clean hotel with a good location, you have 2 metro stations about 5 minutes away. The room is small (especially the toilet) but perfect and very functional. We stayed for one week and have nothing bat to say about this hotel.

    « Amazing hotel »

    We had two nights here and I could not find anything negative at all the staff were helpful room beautifully situated for our needs. will definitely return as soon as we can. It is near the moulin rouge, the sacre coeur, and some really nice little bars and cafes. Well worth a visit

    « Literally depends what member of staff you have »

    The price and location was good so we opted to stay here Upon arrival, we were stood waiting there while the receptionist was typing away. No greeting to say he would be with us - just ignored us for a while. He finally dealt with us but seemed really disinterested. We thought whatever and went up to the room Upon getting in the elevator, it was the smallest elevator I have EVER been in! It was a tight fit for 2 people with hand luggage. But we thought whatever and went up to our floor which had TINY hallways We then entered the room and it was TINY! There was barely enough space to walk around the bed. And the shower was there in the room with ONLY a frosted glass effect on the window, but you could still see what was inside And my knees were almost touching the wall when sat on the toilet. It was horrible! We then went out for dinner and after being ignored by the new receptionist, we were finally spoken to and went on our way Upon arrival, there was another new receptionist who actually seemed friendly towards us! We went up to the room but upon flushing the toilet, it blocked! We went to reception to tell them and he moved us to a new room. This changed EVERYTHING! The room had space, the bathroom was just that - a ROOM! It was just more pleasant. And every time we saw him in the evening, he was just so nice and polite to us So yeah, decent room IN THE END and horrid staff apart from 1 who should not be working with people like that! And the sweets on reception were AMAZING! I literally got addicted to them

    « Hotel OK, WiFi unbelievably horrible »

    Though in the middle of a one week stay, I'm so fed up with the terrible WiFi connection that I must write this now. But getting on to the TripAdvisor site is proving to be no easy chore. The hotel is good from every point of view except WiFi. So if you do not need that service, stay here. But if you need to be regularly on the Internet, by all means, go elsewhere. It may be that it is simply a question of room location, so avoid, whatever you do, room 29. Breakfast good, rooms postage stamp size but clean and tasteful, neighborhood, despite bad reputation, colorful and interesting. Subway and bus connections outstanding.

    « Great »

    Great hotel with a nice location, you have 2 metro stations about 2 blocks away. The staff was very kind and they even let me check in early since I arrived at around 8am, for that I'm very thankful. The room is small but perfect and very functional. Maybe the only downside is that it was a little cold, tried turning on the heat but couldn't.

  • 4
    « Nice and cosy hotel »

    surprisingly nice hotel, rooms were very nice, not so small (as one would think in Paris), stylish shower. The toilet is only very small (separate 0,5m2 room) and separated from the shower. It did not matter so much, as you r anyway outside in the city. metro stop close by, parking also. Breakfast is small, but totally covering everyone's need (unless you are used to have caviar for breakfast). One thing i did not like - i was changer like 20 euros more compared to what i was told on the website upon booking.

    « Excellent, modern, clean, comfortable and friendly »

    This is an hotel in which I stay a lot. I would say that it's my favourite in this range in Paris. The location is good for me. Close to the Barbes-Rochechouart metro station and with a Carrefour supermarket nearby. The bar across the road does an excellent cheesburger, too. It's not an area for everyone, but I like it a lot. Be aware though, that Barbes-Rochechouart metro station is the pick-pocketing centre of Paris. The hotel reception is friendly, with very pleasant and helpful English-speaking staff. There is a vending machine in the lobby for emergencies. The rooms are air-conditioned, very clean and modern and have an excellent, well-designed shower room. The beds are wonderful. The room is a bit small, though not for Paris, and there's no refrigerator, which I miss, but the rooms as a whole are brilliantly done. For families or single ladies of a nervous disposition the area may be a turn-off, but it's perfectly safe. All in all a great little hotel.

    « Pleasant hotel, great location »

    The hotel is very comfortable and clean with contemporary furnishings. Rooms are small but bigger than feared after reading some of the more hysterical reviews on TripAdvisor. The staff were excellent. Helpful and friendly. Sacre Coeur is up the hill just 10/15 minutes walk away. At night the steps leading to Sacre Coeur are full of people taking in the magnificent view of Paris, guitars and sing alongs are optional. Take a bottle and a friend to share it with. The morning is less lively but just as busy. Fantastic and free. The area is home to dozens of haberdashery and fabric shops. A mixed cultural area with loads of lively bars, cafes and takeaways. Not cheap but less pricey than some other parts of Paris. Check out the restaurants on Rue Lamark, which overlook Sacre Coeur for choice of traditional French, good pizzas at Babalou and creperies. Afgahni close by is also highly recommend, friendly staff and excellent food. Those living in 'middle class gated communities' may find the mix of cultures, graffiti and litter somewhat of a shock. Those of a less sensitive disposition will love it.

    « Decent hotel, dodgy road »

    You get what you pay for, pleasant hotel in itself, beds are comfy ish and breakfast is quite nice, 24hr reception is handy and the room was nice enough with tea or coffee. However, the bathroom format was odd due to no door & the area is very dodgy, I wouldn't recommend to a family as there is another Best Western a couple of streets away where I would have felt safer. Even our taxi driver said what a dodgy area it is! I especially don't recommend that you get the metro from the Eurostar station as you need to get off at Barbés which was most shifty indeed. But if you're looking for a cheap decent place for just a bed then a lovely choice as near lots of metros and literally 2 streets from Sacre Couer which is good.

    « Good and well located little Hotel »

    There were tops and not so good things about this. High lights: Very central position, close to metro and train stations (especially the Gare du Norde). Nice, modern little hotel. No fuss. Low lights: Normally not something that would bother me, but this time I was travelling with my mother-in-law, and when we arrived in the hotel there was an open shower room with no door in the room. Travelling with my partner, we would probably love it, but with his mother...less so. Zero privacy (except the WC). Just good to know in advance in case you need privacy. Also, generally the western part of Montmartre is a bit more touristy and nicer to stay, but it was still nice and the street is less touristy.

    « Really nice for a weekend »

    Very clean and lately renovated Hotel, close to Gare du Nord. Would book it again at anytime. Area is ok, you can find nice bars. Close to a nice little restaurant, Sacre Fleur. You got everything you need. Small but really nice. And reasonable priced for the location in Paris.

    « Mis-information and more »

    I book into this hotel 2 days before arriving in Paris on Internet. I chose it because it mentioned on the website that I could book online and pay on arrival. My first surprise was to discover that they had reserved the amount of my entire stay (12 nights) on my account. I immediately send an email to enquire and received a response saying it was usual procedure. On arrival, I paid the entire stay but they still refused to stop the reservation until I leave no matter how much I complained. This was never mentioned on their website, it's no way of doing business and I bet illegal . Had I known that before I would have never booked in this place. Unfortunately, I am still stuck here. On top of that some of their service delivery is not worth a 3 stars hotel. Don't book into this hotel.

    « Well located for Montmartre but pricy! »

    Located within reasonable walking distance from Gar du Nord but better to take the metro which is around 100m from the hotel. location a little down market and you may miss the entrance as just a small doorway. No real public areas and lift was not working but only on the first floor. Room was fine, ensuite shower/toilet, clean and well presented. Satellite TV but limited English channels. Not much of a view from the room but spent little time other than one night sleeping. OK but would not rush back

    « overnight stay »

    what a great hotel we found here , check in was easy and although we were early the hotel stored our cases until our room was ready .The hotel has a lift to all floors and our room was excellent . The room was of a high standard with a great shower and separate wc . There is a great bar over the road from the hotel and loads of food outlets close by with a McDonald's just over the road if you want fast food . I would recommend this hotel to anyone thinking of booking .

    « Unusual place, but worth staying at. »

    Good location ,just 5 mins walk from Sacre Coeur. Friendly and helpful staff. Small room, but it has the cosiness to it. Large shower is a big plus. Perfect if you're looking for a cheap place. Nothing extravagant,but that's the beauty of it.

  • 2
    « Unusual Room »

    First trip to Paris and I wish I had of done more homework. The good points were the room was clean, staff were fine and the location (close to the Met and also Sacre Cloeur) was good. In my opinion the room was a let down. We stayed for 5 nights. It's very small. Hardly room for one suitcase let alone two and the storage was minimal. The shower and vanity were in the bedroom. There is no partition separating the two. If your staying for a couple of nights ok. Five nights, go somewhere else.

    « Tiny Room »

    Stayed for 1 night, couldn't have handled any longer. One receptionist was polite and professional but the night porter ain't half grumpy. The lift is small, 1 person plus a suitcase and that's your lot. It seemed as if the hotel was in the proses of being refurbished which seemed promising - how wrong I was. Room was unbelievably small. I wasn't expecting luxury but a bedroom that contained a double bed, the sink and shower is one up from a hostel. The toilet was in a separate, again small, room. No wardrobe just a rail with a couple of hangers. The room was so hot at night and there wasn't even a fan. Could have opened the window but the noise from the street is pretty loud. No tea making facilities in rooms. The surrounding area is quite funky with lots of busy bars, restaurants and cafes. That was literally the only positive from the whole experience. Do yourself a favour and stay some place else!


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