Mercure Montmartre Sacre Coeur
Per Person Per Night
- 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 2585 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
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
Hardest mattress this side of the Eifel Tower
Stay Date: 04/2018, Kathrin M wrote this review.
I‘m staying here for one night on business. I‘ve been given room 625, which is an accessible room, with an open, level floor shower - great for those who need it, but I would‘ve preferred a normal shower room. But the real issue is the mattress - i… See more
I‘m staying here for one night on business. I‘ve been given room 625, which is an accessible room, with an open, level floor shower - great for those who need it, but I would‘ve preferred a normal shower room. But the real issue is the mattress - it is utterly hard, and I am on the heavy side. Anyone of a petite nature would suffer. I have a 16 hr day ahead tomorrow and fully expect to have backache because of this impossibly hard bed. Not sure if I git a duff room, but I‘ve stayed in better! Collapse
A little disappointing but reception staff were lovely.
Stay Date: 04/2018, Emma805 wrote this review.
We had two rooms and our room used the pull out sofa for our daughter. Unfortunately at one point the mattress on the sofa bed slipped to the side and the state of the floor underneath was pretty horrific with nail clippings, dust and hair/hairclips.… See more
We had two rooms and our room used the pull out sofa for our daughter. Unfortunately at one point the mattress on the sofa bed slipped to the side and the state of the floor underneath was pretty horrific with nail clippings, dust and hair/hairclips. We had a few other small niggles like the shower head being on a static holder which was very low. I'm only 5 foot 4 and i had to take it out and hold it to shower myself. My husband is 6 foot and hurt his back trying to shower. The adjustable holder had clearly broken at some point but hadn't been fixed and the lowest point was used as the holder which seemed ridiculous. Other small issues were the teacups which were paper. Having stayed in numerous Accor hotels around the world, we were very surprised at this as there is a big focus on reducing paper cup waste and we've never experienced this before. We would have much preferred a porcelain mug as we didn't feel we could reuse a paper cup for second cups of tea/coffee (not that it was particularly well stocked!). The final concern was the breakfast which was a bit miserly. We have previously stayed in the Ibis next door and found there to be just as much selection and therefore felt the extra €9 per person to be unjustified. Saying all that, the beds were comfortable and the staff friendly. It is well situated and the rooms are a decent size. Collapse
Happy to return
Stay Date: 04/2018, ScribbleCromford wrote this review.
We recently had a three night stay at the Mercure. This was our second visit. The hotel is very conveniently situated for the Metro and to wander around Montmartre. We love the fact that it is next door to the Cemetery which is fascinating. On both … See more
We recently had a three night stay at the Mercure. This was our second visit. The hotel is very conveniently situated for the Metro and to wander around Montmartre. We love the fact that it is next door to the Cemetery which is fascinating. On both occasions, we had ninth floor rooms with magnificent views over the city - this time overlooking Sacre Couer and the Eiffel Tower ( if you lean out of the window). The rooms are very clean and comfortable with a king-size bed. The shower was of a suitable temperature and pressure and it is nice to have a bath after a long day’s tramping around. The towels and bath robes were of a good quality. Breakfasts had a good range of choices - the croissants were very good. All the members of staff were helpful and unfailingly polite. They also spoken good English, which is useful when trying to ask anything beyond the basics. All in all, an ideal hotel to use as a base for a relaxing holiday. Thanks are due to all the staff. Collapse
Not worth 4 stars
Stay Date: 04/2018, Nat N wrote this review.
Location of hotel was great, but the customer service is lacking. On arrival they asked for the card I had prepaid on. They took an additional €124, on check out I questioned it and their computer had frozen but they assured me they would email my … See more
Location of hotel was great, but the customer service is lacking. On arrival they asked for the card I had prepaid on. They took an additional €124, on check out I questioned it and their computer had frozen but they assured me they would email my invoice. The invoice didn't arrive and I called the hotel to once again question the extra taken and request my invoice. I was asked for my email address, then told he would deal with it when he gets time. At the moment he has people waiting to talk to him in reception. I reminded him I was also a customer, one that they had overcharged and wanted it sorted as a matter of urgency not when "he had time". In addition to this, we were in paris to run the marathon. The plan was to recover in the room Monday, but they cut the power off for the entire day and failed to tell anyone! We were told it would be back on at 6pm as they were repairing an issue that occurred at the weekend. The room however was nice, beds comfy and it was in a nice part of Paris. A short walk to metro and Moulin rouge. Collapse
Stay Date: 03/2018, Patgpz900 wrote this review.
Needed a hotel within walking distance of the Moulin Rouge and this was perfect. Rooms were clean, modern and staff were attentive - our safe did not work but was swiftly replaced. No restaurant as such but breakfast was served - full english availab… See more
Needed a hotel within walking distance of the Moulin Rouge and this was perfect. Rooms were clean, modern and staff were attentive - our safe did not work but was swiftly replaced. No restaurant as such but breakfast was served - full english available! Also continental for healthy types. Bar was expensive but it is in the heart of Paris...and London would be no better, they also served snacks. Very close to everything but quiet inside, if you just need a clean room and somewhere centrally located this will do the job. Collapse
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