Mercure Montmartre Sacre Coeur
- Situated at the foot of Sacré Coeur
- Close to the charming Montmartre neighbourhood
- Internet access in hotel
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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 2595 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
A wonderful choice
Stay Date: 05/2018, CMHMaine wrote this review.
Choosing a hotel for a first trip to Paris was more than a bit overwhelming. Once the neighborhood of Montmartre was the pick, the Mercure seemed a good fit. And it was. Hotel is quiet, the room on the 9th floor is modern and well appointed. Spectacu… See more
Choosing a hotel for a first trip to Paris was more than a bit overwhelming. Once the neighborhood of Montmartre was the pick, the Mercure seemed a good fit. And it was. Hotel is quiet, the room on the 9th floor is modern and well appointed. Spectacular view of the Eiffel Tower at night. The neighborhood is great for walking and the staff especially Birmunther very helpful to 2 non French speakers. I would choose this hotel again Collapse
Excellent hotel. Modern, good standard and pleasing staff and service.
Stay Date: 05/2018, Liammer wrote this review.
First trip to Paris. First impressions of the hotel very good. Has the look and air of a more expensive hotel. Spacious lobby & well decoreated throughout the building. Very welcoming check-in. Efficient, everything explained, made to feel a valued g… See more
First trip to Paris. First impressions of the hotel very good. Has the look and air of a more expensive hotel. Spacious lobby & well decoreated throughout the building. Very welcoming check-in. Efficient, everything explained, made to feel a valued guest, especially liked the little extra touches of a gift of local cake and free drink at the bar. Good supply of city maps in the rececption area. Rooms modern and clean with good level of facilities. Handy to have a kettle with well stocked tea/coffee etc. Great to have a mini-cooler (which also came with a free bottle of water, another nice pleasing touch). Good and easy to operate safe. Nice to have a seperate toilet, makes getting ready quicker when sharing room.Room clean and well maintained with suppleis each day. Bathroom had a bath/shower, it did steam up but cleared okay. Excellent buffet breakfast with a wide choice of quality items, more than enough to choose from. Read a lot about the area being seedy but did not fnd that an issue at all. The main street with the Moulin Rouge is seedy in parts but we were never hassled and I didnt think it was a problem at all. Handy for the Metro at Place de Clichy a short walk, bus stops even nearer, and there are several eateries and bars and small shops in the near vicinity. Only had one reason to speak to reception during my stay and they resolved the situation immediately (one of the beds was raised on return to the room, unable to lower the spring). Staff throughout the hotel were efficient, friendly and genuine. The breakfast room doubled up as the bar and also has a nice outdoor area. The hotel and staff helped make it a perfect first stay in Paris, will definitely return and recommend. Collapse
Great Location ! Great Service! Great Stay! Great Value for Money!
Stay Date: 04/2018, Shiv K wrote this review.
I did a lot of research before i did my bookings at Mercure. I usually look for properties that had an overall rating of 4.5 + . However, post all my research, I was surprised to see myself settling for Mercure which had a 4 rating. I decided to take… See more
I did a lot of research before i did my bookings at Mercure. I usually look for properties that had an overall rating of 4.5 + . However, post all my research, I was surprised to see myself settling for Mercure which had a 4 rating. I decided to take a gamble and am so glad i did it. First of all, the property is fabulous. The pics you see on the website dont do justice to the real property. I have taken some pics myself which i will be uploading to give a better perspective of the property. Secondly the service. It was fantastic. And the best part was that the great service did not come from individuals. It is totally in the DNA of the property which was so heartening to see. The staff are friendly, courteous and ever willing to help. They guide you and take great efforts to ensure all your queries are addressed. My family was delighted to see the balloons + candies + Paris Post Cards + a nice Mercure Shopping bag + a map of Paris with all the important locations marked welcoming us at our Hotel! It could not get better than this! Of course we had a distant but a delightful view of Eiffel Tower from the room. And to top it all there was a personal 'hand written' note from their Quality Manager Clemence which was really the cherry on the cake! Next comes the breakfast buffet which was part of our package. I have been having croissants for ages ( though am from India) and the croissants they serve at Mercure are undoubtedly the best I ever had! We were worried about how long we can survive the continental breakfast in our Europe tour, but we never got fed up of the breakfast ( though the spread was pretty much the same every single day, we just loved the breakfast and didnt mind having the same every day for 5 days in a row!). The scrambled eggs, the pastries, the juices and the coffee were all top notch. My son thoroughly enjoyed the ham and bacon as well. The cheese platter was amazing and so were the flavored yoghurt and cut fruits which were quite a spread giving us scope to try something new everyday. Coming to the rooms, the rooms are spacious for the standards of any large metropolis across the world. The bathrooms were good too though someone who is really tall might have some challenges using the shower ( we were all 5 ft 8 inches or lower so we had no issues). The beds were super comfortable and we all slept like babies every single night after having extensive field days! The rooms were done up every day and fresh linen was supplied. The restrooms could have been bigger but on the positive side, the bath and restrooms are separate and hence in your hectic tour schedule each one can use one, hence saving wait-time. They do not replenish water bottles which is fine because their tap water is potable. There is a small store opposite to the hotel where you can buy water bottles ( they cost Euro1.50 for 2 liters), fruits and other snacks besides beverages both alcoholic and non alcoholic at very reasonable rates. Lastly, about the location of the hotel. I was worried as many reviews said that it was very close to the red light district Pigalle. To all readers who are hesitating to book at Mercure for this reason, my word of advice is 'Please go ahead and make your bookings!' The red light district should be least of your concerns. There are roads branching out in all directions from Mercure and the red light district is just on one of the roads. It is like 200-300 meters away and I think it is as safe as any other part of Paris. You can avoid this road, if at all you are uncomfortable ( this is the road where you have the Moulin Rouge). I took a walk into the red light district just to get a flavor of the place. The place has the Moulin Rouge in all its grandeur. Then it has a few strip clubs and some sex shops. I did spot a lone hooker quietly standing besides the entry of a restobar at the extreme end of my walk. But no one was hounding you or approaching you for your patronage. Of course you see lot of youngsters around but with equal number of men and women. The plus point is that there are lots of cheap eateries that sell great food at reasonable cost. I packed some yummy crepes for my family who were resting in the room after my walk into the district. So it is 100% safe and nothing that can cause embarrassment of awkward situations at the red light district - based on my 45 minutes spent walking around the place. The nearest metro is like 400 meters away and once you get used to the metro routes, its total fun going around the city. Mercure Montmartre is less than 5 kms away from several attractions in Paris, Eiffel Tower and Louvre's Museum besides the Opera and Arch De Triumph. The iconic Sacre Coeur Cathedral is about 1.2km away from the hotel and you can walk it out in 20 minutes of so. There are some fantastic restaurants on the way to Sacre Coeur and also around the cathedral to suit your budgets. Before I sign off, a special call out to three people : Clemence for the prompt response to mails and delivering a wow welcome at the room, Gaetan at the front office who is probably the best front office person i have ever interacted with in any hotel, he was so friendly and understanding, when we had to extend our stay by a day due to our flight getting cancelled, he did his best to get us the best rates and also gave us a couple of Museum Passes to use on the day of extended stay. He also packed breakfast for us on the day we had to leave early to take our flight for the next location. The third person was Birundha who gave us genuine advice on where to find good Indian food in Paris and also some insightful tips on sightseeing front. Overall, a memorable stay...we are missing Mercure hospitality already! If we ever return to Paris again, we know which hotel to make our bookings in! :) Collapse
Nice location - hard bed
Stay Date: 04/2018, JohnFromNorway wrote this review.
Welcoming staff is always a good start, so is a fairly big room, in Paris terms, but a very hard bed made the sleep poor. I my point of view this is a 3 star hotel with a extra fancy reseption area. I miss a working desk in the room andmore space to… See more
Welcoming staff is always a good start, so is a fairly big room, in Paris terms, but a very hard bed made the sleep poor. I my point of view this is a 3 star hotel with a extra fancy reseption area. I miss a working desk in the room andmore space to store my clothes. A plus is separate bathroom and toilet. The shower is without a door so water lands on the floor. The aircondition did not really work, just a weak flow of air came from the unit. Another plus is the fridge in the room, then you can choose to buy drinks etc to store in the fridge. The location of this hotel, near Montmartre, is positive. Collapse
Excellent stay - helpful staff
Stay Date: 01/2018, C8L9M wrote this review.
This hotel was in an ideal location and as far as I could tell, since a renovation everything was pretty new and it had a great style. A stones throw from the Place de Clichy metro made it a great starting point each day and really easy to get around… See more
This hotel was in an ideal location and as far as I could tell, since a renovation everything was pretty new and it had a great style. A stones throw from the Place de Clichy metro made it a great starting point each day and really easy to get around the city. Room was spacious and had an amazing view looking out toward the Eiffel Tower. Initially was only booked for 5 days but due to a mistake with my airline (nothing to do with the hotel) I had flights moved back a day which meant another night on a Saturday. After speaking to the reception staff the gentleman went out of his way to sort as good an offer as possible. He explained the normal price for it being a weekend still during peak (first week of January) but then hunted down the best available deal and ended up reducing the price by around €60. Much appreciated and the airline reimbursed me for the issue anyway. Excellent amenities, location, staff and rooms. Will definitely be back when I return to Paris. Collapse
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