Mercure Montmartre Sacre Coeur
4 4 Star:
- Situated at the foot of Sacré Coeur
- Close to the charming Montmartre neighbourhood
- Internet access in hotel
The Mercure Monmartre Sacre Coeur is situated at the foot of Sacré Coeur, close to the Moulin Rouge and the Haussman-Opéra district's stores, the Mercure Paris Montmartre Sacré Coeur hotel offers spacious and contemporary rooms with double glazing, bed with duvet, flat-screen TV, safe, mini fridge and tea & coffee making facilities, complimentary Wi-Fi Internet connection., and also a bathroom with bathtub and hairdryer.
Perfect for travel or romantic weekends in Paris, the Mercure Monmartre Sacre Coeur is within easy reach of the Gare du Nord station, St Lazare train station, the metro and the main tourist attractions such as the Eiffel Tower, Champs Elysées, the La Défense business district, Carrefour Pleyel and the Stade de France.
The Mercure Monmartre Sacre Coeur provides easy access to the charming Montmartre neighbourhood. The famous basilica Sacré Coeur and The Moulin Rouge are only a stone's throw away, with Opera, department stores, Champs Elysees, les Invalides and the Stade de France within easy reach by a 10 min metro ride. A secured parking compound is located nearby the hotel; also many stylish restaurants are close to the hotel.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 305
- 24 hour front desk
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Multilingual Staff
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- In Room Safe
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
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SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 4.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
- Sleep: SuperBreak Sleep Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Breakfast: SuperBreak Breakfast Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Staff: SuperBreak Staff Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Location: SuperBreak Location Rating: 5.0 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 2084 reviews
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Mercure Montmartre Sacre Coeur
Stay Date: 13/08/2014, a customer aged 45-64 from Whickham who stayed in this hotel wrote this review.
Gem of a hotel at a fantastic price by Paris standards. Well located for bars, restaurants and the nearby Place De Clichy metro station which makes getting around to the various sights and attractions of Paris a doddle. Clean and well appointed with … See more
Gem of a hotel at a fantastic price by Paris standards. Well located for bars, restaurants and the nearby Place De Clichy metro station which makes getting around to the various sights and attractions of Paris a doddle. Clean and well appointed with a reasonably priced bar/terraced seating area located on the first floor. acceptable continental breakfast (included in our deal) however we encountered short queues to be seated on both days of our stay. Our bedroom was clean and comfortable with separate bathroom and toilet. It also had a free safe and fridge within but no iron. Being a seasoned traveller to Paris this is definitely one of the better (and certainly more roomy) hotels I have stayed in and the Superbreak Eurostar inclusive deal we purchased was excellent value particularly given the free river cruise which is an absolute must. (Single adult ticket price €14). The hotel itself is approximately 2 miles (5 minutes drive) from the Gare Du Nord Eurostar terminal and literally just around the corner from the Moulin Rouge. Word of warning though when arriving at the taxi queue at the Gare Du Nord railway station we were immediately approached by a well dressed male with a laminated sheet who advised that the 'official' taxi fare was €95 (€75) to our hotel. We were then approached by a second male male and negotiated a fare of €30 which included his €10 finders commission. The fare should actually be around €15 however we took the deal as there were long queues, it was raining and we travelled with American friends who had large cases. For the return journey we booked a taxi directly through the hotel and were assured that the price should be no more than €15, needless to say upon our arrival at the station our driver (who did not speak a word of English) was able to communicate that he wanted €23 when his meter read €16.80! The moral of the story is avoid taxi's unless absolutely necessary and purchase day tickets for the metro system which are not only excellent value (we paid €24.90 per head for 3 days unlimited travel) but undoubtedly the most efficient way to navigate the sights of the city. Collapse
Overall Hotel Rating: 4 out of 5
- Destination: 5 out of 5
- Sleep: 4 out of 5
- Breakfast: 4 out of 5
- Staff: 4 out of 5
- River Cruise: 5 out of 5
- Eiffel Tower: 5 out of 5
- The Louvre: 5 out of 5
- Chez Barbara: 5 out of 5
Nice Hotel, convenient location
Stay Date: 10/2016, Graham A wrote this review.
The first impression given on arrival was not acceptable. Good location, Metro close. Many cafes close. Try nearby restaurants Leon de Bruxelles if Mussels are for you or Bistrot Melrose for great French cuisine. Overall I would say Hotel was good, … See more
The first impression given on arrival was not acceptable. Good location, Metro close. Many cafes close. Try nearby restaurants Leon de Bruxelles if Mussels are for you or Bistrot Melrose for great French cuisine. Overall I would say Hotel was good, staff very helpful & pleasant with one exception of the young lady on Reception when we 1st arrived. We had an early train from London arrived Gare Du Nord (which is quite close by) at 10am, so took a slow stroll to Hotel, arriving approx 11.30am. I approached receptionist & said that I understand we are early but when would be earliest we could check in? With a dismissive glare she said 2pm. Ok I replied would there be any chance of a room ready before that? No! 2pm is checkin time, came back at me abruptly, but she did offer to store our luggage, which I guess I should be grateful for. So my wife & I took a seat in reception area to rest. Over the next 30 minutes I sat & watched 2 more guests arrive with luggage & they were checked in immediately. I assumed that was because they were 'Privilege Club' customers & they get preferential service. If the rude lady had asked my name she would have seen that I also had booked a 'Privilege' room. Knowing that I was getting more & more annoyed with this, my wife suggested we go out for coffee somewhere. Arrived back at Hotel at 1pm, different receptionist & wow chalk & cheese! Can I check in please?..... Yes of course Sir. Very helpful, very smiley, very chatty. She was excellent. Breakfast was hectic & a little dis-organised. Location is convenient for access to other areas of the city. Overall the good points of Hotel far outweigh the bad points. Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2016, Julia M wrote this review.
Hotel location is ok - neighborhood is not great. Rooms are clean, good size and modern for Paris. My issue with this hotel is the customer service and management. I recently stayed for a few nights as part of a large group. I was staying an extr… See more
Hotel location is ok - neighborhood is not great. Rooms are clean, good size and modern for Paris. My issue with this hotel is the customer service and management. I recently stayed for a few nights as part of a large group. I was staying an extra night and alerted the staff the day prior so I could set up the reservation and pay for my extra night. That seemed to go fine however the receptionist who helped me made the reservation for the incorrect day. This wasn't discovered until the next day. For some reason, the price for the correct day was 100euros more than I was quoted. Even though it was the receptionists fault, I still had to pay 100 more euros. To make matters worse, the manager came out and talked to the receptionist and knew it was her fault (not mine) and still forced me to pay the 100 euros more. It was terrible customer service especially since I was part of a group booking 13 rooms for several nights at a cost of thousands of euros. I will never book this hotel again for trips. I was very taken advantage of. Collapse
Great stay for the value
Stay Date: 10/2016, jeff e wrote this review.
For less than $200 Euro/Night we had an excellent room that was comfortable, the staff was excellent and the breakfast was included and was a fabulous start to the day. Located in a great section of Montmartre within walking distance to Sacre Coeur,… See more
For less than $200 Euro/Night we had an excellent room that was comfortable, the staff was excellent and the breakfast was included and was a fabulous start to the day. Located in a great section of Montmartre within walking distance to Sacre Coeur, Moulin Rouge and bus or metro stations. Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2016, penlots wrote this review.
I stayed here for 4 nights with my daughter and was very happy with it. The room was spacious with tea/coffee facilities. Plus a bottle of water which made a nice surprise as most places don't normally provide it. It would have been nice if they repl… See more
I stayed here for 4 nights with my daughter and was very happy with it. The room was spacious with tea/coffee facilities. Plus a bottle of water which made a nice surprise as most places don't normally provide it. It would have been nice if they replaced it like they do the tea/coffee but still pleased to have one. We were on the 6th floor and had great views. The staff were all lovely and helpful. The buffet breakfast was plentiful & fresh. Not in central Paris so had to use the underground, but Montmartre is a wonderful area with lots of exploring to do. Would definitely stay again. Collapse
Great location but needs improvement on service!
Stay Date: 10/2016, Berentrippers wrote this review.
We stayed in the hotel for 3 nights. The hotel is just a few minutes walking from the metro station. There are plenty of bus stops, restaurants, bars, and shops nearby. As soon as you enter the premises, you have a good impression of the hotel. It i… See more
We stayed in the hotel for 3 nights. The hotel is just a few minutes walking from the metro station. There are plenty of bus stops, restaurants, bars, and shops nearby. As soon as you enter the premises, you have a good impression of the hotel. It is modern, spacious, bright, and the staff is friendly. We had a street view from our room and it was not noisy at all. The room was clean and comfortable. The bar area is very nice with a terrace and a work-space. We did not have breakfast but I believe the price is 16 euros per person. Please note that the elevators do not go directly to the area where the rooms are actually located, and you may have to lift your luggage up several steps. The reason why I am not giving 5 stars is mainly because the staff is friendly but not helpful. Within a few hours of arriving to the hotel there was a black-out. We were not informed by staff the reason for the black-out nor when it would be resolved. We had also gone downstairs to request not to have room service. We did not have a door hanger in our room available (Do Not Disturb), we did not lock our luggage nor pick up our room. The front desk rep apparently took notes on the computer and indicated she will contact the housekeeping manager immediately. Upon returning, we found the room service was done. In addition, we had an early check-out around 7am, and at 2am we requested at the front desk to have a wake-up call at 6am. This did not happen either. We complained about it but the rep said he called several times and that perhaps the phone was not plugged (I know it was). We checked out over a week ago and still have $1.12 pending on my credit card (I did not purchase anything at the hotel). We would like to come back to this hotel but I will read the reviews and check if customer service improves. Collapse
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