We try to visit Paris every Easter for a long weekend and to vary the location each time. The Ibis Montmartre could very well be the one we will return to again and again! The location is perfect with the metro and the Moulin Rouge both an easy step away. Yes, it's a 'chain of hotels' and even though the decor may be 'functional'....who cares? Paris is for exploring and as long as you have a comfortable, clean bed to return to each evening and a shower with unlimited hot water and clean towels....what more do you need? We found the room to be plenty big enough for two of us and it was very quiet as we were at the back of the building overlooking the cemetery!! (Hector Berlioz is just one of the many famous people to be laid to rest there, so you are in very fine company!!) We have stayed in quite a few hotels in other districts of Paris, and paid a lot more for the priviledge, but for location and value for money, this cannot be beaten.....oh, and the 'eat as much as you want' breakfasts are value as well, as you won't need to buy lunch!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Between the Parisian department stores of the Boulevard Haussman and Sacre Coeur Basilica, the Ibis Paris Montmartre hotel is at the foot of Montmartre, close to the Place De Clichy Metro station (lines 2 and 13 direct to the Place De L Etoile and Les Invalides). Book one of our 326 airconditioned rooms with WiFi Internet (of which 8 are accessible for guests limited mobility) and make use of our facilities, the Le Marche Des Lorettes restaurant, bar, 24hr snacks and public pay parking. Pets allowed. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ibis Paris Montmartre Hotel Paris
- Accor Paris Montmartre
- Ibis Montmartre