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ibis Paris Sacré-Coeur 18ème

100, Boulevard Rochechouart, 75018 PARIS, France Access

ibis Paris Sacré-Coeur 18ème

The Paris Sacre Coeur hotel immerses guests in the picturesque setting of the Montmartre district, ideally located 5 min from the Square Louise Michel and the Basilica. The hotel provides WIFI access throughout the building and a bar open 24/7. Just 4 min from the Pigalle and Anvers stations, the Montmartre hotel is accessible by metro from the Est and Nord train stations and is well linked to the rest of the city by public transport

Hotel

  • Internet
    FREE WiFi
  • High speed wireless
  • Front desk
    Express check-in
  • Express check-out
  • Work away
    Photocopy center
  • Hotel service
    Safe deposit box
  • Security
  • Travelling with others
    Pets welcome
  • Accessible
    Elevators

Rooms

  • Bathroom
    Bathtub
  • Hairdryer
  • Shower
  • Entertainment
    Cable television
  • FREE newspaper
  • Satellite television
  • TV
  • Business
    Direct dial phone number
  • Green facilities
    Eco-friendly bath amenities
  • General
    Air conditioning
  • Non-smoking
  • Wake-up calls

Food and Drink

  • Outlets type
    Lounges/Bars

House policy

  • Check-in Time: 12:00
  • Check-out Time: 12:00

Cancel policy
No charge for cancellation up to the day of arrival, 6pm (local time). After this, the hotel will charge for the first night including taxes.

Travel with others

Children policy
Free accommodation for children under 12 sharing their parents' room, within the maximum number of persons per room type allowed. The number of children must be given upon booking.

Payment type

    

Languages spoken

  • English
  • French

Environment

Property's Green Action

To protect the environment, we are reducing water use, energy consumption and recycling waste with the goal of limiting our carbon footprint. We integrate sustainable development into our operating procedures, contribute to preserve local communities and the natural ecosystems in which our hotel is located. With all sister hotels, we have already planted three million trees as part of a global reforestation project supported by the United Nations. The last but not the least, we engage our partners and suppliers in their sustainable development strategy and integrate them into the responsibility chain.


  •  Eco-friendly bath amenities

Certifications

Planet 21 Bronze

AccorHotels created an action plan that offered 76 actions to promote sustainable development, tailored to the hotel context. It sets out 16 mandatory actions for achieving the “Bronze” level, which must be obtained before moving on to the higher levels. Those initiatives are structured into 4 pillars & 2 axes:

- PEOPLE: Raise employees’ awareness of eco-friendly practice
- CUSTOMERS: engage guests in a sustainable experience
- COMMUNITIES: work hand-in-hand with local Communities for a positive impact
- PARTNERS: co-innovate to open up new horizons

- BUILDING: Move towards carbon neutral buildings
- FOOD: Strive for zero food waste & healthy sustainable food

Then, to go even further, each hotel selects other actions from over 60 additional initiatives. This flexible system enables it to build its own program in line with AccorHotels’ commitments, but also reflecting the hotel’s local characteristics:
- Its prior level of progress on sustainable development
- Its priority areas for improvement
- The environment and local issues

A weighting mechanism establishes the action achievement level with a score that places the hotel around the higher levels. Each level marks the progress hotels are making in implementing the Planet 21 program.

Most helpful reviews 7 32 reviews

Hazel McCully
1 year ago – Google

10

Basic but well priced

Sasha Allemeersch
1 year ago – Google

5

Its a basic hotel. The room is sufficient, but a bit small. The breakfast is good, but the bar lacks. Overall you get what you pay. But the people are friendly and helpfull.

Gustavo Fernandes
1 year ago – Google

6

Well... it’s ok. On the upside the receptionists were really cool and polite, they help me out when I had doubts abt the city or anything that I need but the first impression was that my bedroom was not cleaned enough, the bottom of my bed was covered with dust and they haven’t prepared my bathroom to receiving us (there was no soap and towels

Barbara Miller
1 year ago – Google

6

Small, functional, clean rooms in a central, location. Lady on reception was pleasant, can't say the same for the water sargent stalking the breakfast area....

Vanessa Zatarain
2 years ago – Google

8

Muy buena ubicación por que en la esquina hay metro parada del bus, un market, habitaciones bien, lo unico que no me agrado mucho las camas te resbalabas con las colchonetas. Servicio bien

Deborah Wilde
2 years ago – Google

8

We stayed at this Ibis on the 20th March for three nights. Brilliant breakfast and gluten free bread if requested. Rooms are small but beds are really comfortable and pillows are great. Very clean but could do with updating. We came to see Paris so rooms great for short stay. Our room was facing a busy road but not bothered by traffic as double glazing installed.If you want a great area to stay in which is diverse and vibrant with lots of choice of restaurants with the beautiful Sacre Coeur at the back of the hotel and the Moulin Rouge just down the road the Ibis is a great choice.

Manuel Agustin Clausse
2 years ago – Google

9

Great location. The hotel itself is very good and the rooms are very clean. The service is great too.

chrysso papachrysostomou
2 years ago – Google

9

Excellent and budget friendly. The location is suitable for walks in the Montmartre and near 4 metro stations

Liam Wincote
2 years ago – Google

9

Typical Paris hotel. Good walking distances to major attraction Sacré Coeur. Can easily walk into the city on a good day if you like walking or there are metro links nearby. Great staff and cute rooms. Ask for a room on the top floor facing the street and you’ll have a view of the Effie Tower!

Daniel Guilliard
2 years ago – Google

6

Great spot to stay when Jimmy Buffett plays at la Cigale. Has not been renovated the last 5 years that I am staying here. Some Things should be renewed. Rooms rather small.

Gonçalo
2 years ago – Google

4

Hotel in need of some serious renovations. The room is small and feels overcrowded. Even though the space was always clean the mildew stench coming from the rotten wood in the bathroom never let it feel that way. I know that I was in France and french is the spoken language but this is an international hotel when you politely ask if the reception staff speaks english and they reply positively in french you know that something is not right.

Alun Brookfield
2 years ago – Google

8

Room and breakfast excellent. Staff courteous and helpful. One star off because the room info appeared to offer an evening meal if requested, but the staff had not been trained about it.

Antonio Dichiarante
2 years ago – Google

5

Hotel is in a perfect location to reach every spot in Paris. Just a walk away from Sacre Coeur church and at the feet of wonderful Montmartre hill. Rooms are acceptable, not special nor bad, still clean. Some have been superficially adapted to the 3 star level. It has to be considered that all this kind of hotel are hosted in old Paris buildings difficult to be adapted. Still some more effort from accor and Ibis should be put in place. Some rooms have a fantastic view on the city of Paris. In general rooms are very small with view in the internal courtyard. The restrooms are small as well. Service is courteous and fast, still in the average. There is a free internet quite fast that allowed for a Skype and WhatsApp call.

James Hammond
2 years ago – Google

7

I was a little dubious after reading some of the reviews I had read about this hotel. However my girlfriend and I decided to book it as we only really needed a bed for the nights we were staying, as we were going to be exploring the rest of the time. I have to say I am so glad we did! It is ideally looked about 5-10 minutes walk from the Sacré-Cœur, and a 3 minute walk from a Metro station. We arrived exactly at the earliest Check-In time, where we were pleasantly greeted by one of the receptionists. As we were staying for 5 nights she recommended to return in an hour or so after some more of the rooms had been cleaned so we could have one of the rooms which looked onto the courtyard at the back as those are slightly bigger. We happily agreed, took a walk to the Sacré-Cœur (stunning views across the city). Upon returning we were given room 505, which apparently was one of the biggest at the hotel. It was ideal for us, not a view out over the city but we weren't planning on just staying in the hotel to look at the city! The lift in the hotel is apparently the smallest in Paris, which I would agree with as it only holds 3 people (minus luggage), if you have big suitcases it's likely you'll have to go up individually. The entrance area and eating/bar area or quite modern and very well kept. The rest of the hotel is a little dated and the air conditioning units are also a little dated but worked well in the 32 degree weather while we were there. We didn't have the breakfast included in our room but told we could add this on if we wanted (we didn't as we wanted to try the local bakeries). We needed to print out a couple of attraction tickets and the hotel was able to help us with that (30 cents per page). Our room was nice, clean and well kept. The water drained quite slowly in the bathroom so we had to turn off the water every so often when showering so it didn't overflow out of the shower tray but other than that everything was fine. When visiting do beware that the metro does close after 1:40am weekdays and 12:40 on Saturday & Sundays, and with the hotel being about 3 miles from the Eiffel Tower is quite a trek to walk after a long day. Overall a very pleasant stay and we would both recommend this to anyone who wants to explore the city.

Marilyn Hyatt
2 years ago – Google

9

Hotel was closer by to the concert venue we were attending. Double room was adequate for an overnight stay. Hotel staff were very helpful

Tamás Pepó
3 years ago – Google

6

Bad odor in stairsways, like in very old buildings. Rooms very small, walls like paper. Water was flowing from the toilet all day. You don't even have enough room to have a good shower, the space is simply not enough to use towels. Only body towels are provided. No toilet brush, or normal trash can. Compared to other Ibis hotels, like in Augsburg, the hotel seems dirty and outdated. Not more than 3 evenings recommended here.

Alan Jones
3 years ago – Google

8

This is a good value option for Paris, though it and it's rooms (and it's lift) are as bijou as you'd expect for Parisian budget hotels. We were in room 706 which has an inner courtyard balcony window with Eiffel tower view. It was also next to the lift, and it's announcements of arrivals at floors 6 - 8 could be heard in the room. A blocked toilet was fixed whilst we were out, and the staff were friendly and helpful throughout. The buffet breakfast had lots of options and was good quality with plenty of tables. It's not at the heart of the the museum district, and whilst "Sacre Coeur" might seem like a romantic alternative be aware this very much in Pigalle rather than the Montmartre hill from which it takes its name. It's not next to a sex shop or anything, but it's only a short stroll away. Anvers is the nearest metro, but if you find yourself at Pigalle it's not worth changing lines.

Alex Donchenko
3 years ago – Google

6

Near public transport. Very small but clean and quite room.

Felipe Mosso
3 years ago – Google

7

Room is very comfortable and clean. The shower is pretty small, I can barely move when taking a shower and for several times I accidentally change the water temperature by hitting my arms on the shower tap. It is 3km far from Louvre and 4,5km from Eiffel Tower. However there is a subway station 200 meters from the hotel. I would say this hotel has a very good cost benefit.

Ala Doros
3 years ago – Google

10

Very clean rooms, cheap hotel comparing with Paris prices. 10 min walking from Sacre Coeur

Ashley Paul
3 years ago – Google

10

We had a very pleasant and comfortable stay. Friendly staff.

Roibu Constantin
4 years ago – Google

9

Good 🏨 recomand this please because is not expensive and all is 👌 here

Ondrej Horak
4 years ago – Google

7

5-10 min walk from Sacre Coeur, two underground stations 5min away. City bike rental nearby. If you don't mind 10min walk for a breakfast outside the hotel (anyway is paid extra) there are several places all around, but we preferred a bakery at Abbesses station. There is another ibis hotel at Montmartre,but this is nice small (compared to the other one) hotel. Maybe it is the reason why the rooms are pretty small, but you are not in Paris to enjoy spacious rooms, or? Thanks to the location, you can enjoy the park at Sacre Coeur every morning nearly alone just after the 5min walk.

Neil Brand
4 years ago – Google

6

With this hotel you need to be prepared to get what you pay for! Rooms are small, bathroom small and generally service is hit and miss. Although small is what to expect with inner city hotel rooms, this hotel, in places feels a little unloved. The lift is really small and if you have issues with lifts then this would be game over for you. The location is closed to both Anvers and Pigalle metro stations on the number 2 line and a short walk from the Moulin Rouge and the Montmatre district. With regard to the main attractions and sights this location is not the best. As Paris has a little sinister feel after dark, we chose to get a taxi home, which would cost between €12 - €20, which if you added to the nightly cost of the hotel we would have chosen a nearer location. Reception staff are hit and miss. One day the shift staff are happy and welcoming and then other times it is like you're a stranger. So overall if you are looking for a cheap location to explore Paris and are willing to travel to get to all sights then this is your place. If you like a room that you can relax in after a long day of walking in Paris then I would suggest that you widen your search in a different area.

Guillermo Carney
5 years ago – Google

6

Very centric, close to all sorts of transportain. Only con is that is not too safe to walk at night other than that is a clean, cheap place to enjoy Montmarte.

Peter den Hartog
6 years ago – Google

5

Okay hotel, nice renovated rooms and free WiFi. The shower turned cold in the middle of a 3 min shower. Big plus is the location & dogs allowed.

Izzy sillagehiboux
7 years ago – Google

8

Lifts a bit small (2 persons at a time), shower in our room on 7th floor a bit small too, but the view to the Eiffel Tower from the balcony made up for it. The management and cleaning service was excellent. The fresh products for breakfast was really good. All in all, really good value for money, considering it is Paris and the hôtel is so close to any touristic places!

A Google User
8 years ago – Google

7

Budget place with essential confort for a backpacker couple. The are few small details that make you complain a bit such as the very tiny shower room... But you have free internet with wireless available, warmed facilities, nice bed and linen, and everything very clean, plus cheap and nice bf, etc. Better yet is the location. The hotel stands on the foot of Sacre Couer and few steps down the pleasant bar/pubs of monte martre where you meet all kind of people... Not least there still is two metro just near by. I highly recommend this hotel for young couples.