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Le Montclair Montmartre Hostel & Budget Hotel

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  • Value For Money 8.1
  • Security 8.4
  • Location 8.0
  • Staff 8.8
  • Atmosphere 8.2
  • Cleanliness 8.2
  • Facilities 8.0

Location

62, Rue Ramey

Property Directions

About the Paris Metro:
The Paris Metro is a rapid public transportation system offering 16 lines, numbered 1 to 14, including the minor lines 3bis and 7bis. It is easy to use by identifying on the map which color or number line the stop you are trying to get to is on, and noting which stations to transfer at.
The direction to take the subway in is always the last stop of the line in the direction of your destination.
The Metro is quite safe, convenient (metro stops are close together, so you never have to walk too far), very frequent (usually between 1-5 minute waits, except for later at night), and runs between approximately 5.30 AM and 12.45 PM.
Though you will mainly need the Metro to get around Paris, there are also bigger trains that run towards the suburbs, called the RER, lines A, B, C, D, and E; tramways that travel along the peripheries of Paris, lines 1, 2, 3a, 3b, 5, and 7, and a multitude of bus lines.

Buying a ticket is simple: you can either purchase them directly from the machine if you have change (highly recommended as it can save you a headache) or a credit or debit card with a chip. Otherwise, some stations take bills, and most have a teller that can assist you or sell you tickets.
In terms of fare, for a single ride on the metro, a “Ticket t+” costs €1,70 (this includes transfers). You might want to purchase a special pass for 1, 2, 3, or 5 days that allows unlimited access to the Metro. These start at €10 (reduced fare for children). You can also buy a weekly pass, but be aware that it runs from Monday to Monday, not a week from when you buy it (same goes for a monthly, which starts on the 1st and ends on the last day of the month).
Leaving a Metro station, you will find that there are sometimes several exits with neighboring street or monument names, some may be closer to your final destination. It might be useful to know which exit to take, but they are all relatively close, so it isn’t a big deal if you aren’t sure.
The property is easily accessible from Paris Métro Line 4 (purple) and Line 12 (bluish green).

From Metro Line 4:
Take Metro Line 4 to Marcadet Poissoniers. Take the exit (sortie) called “Boulevard Barbès”. When you exit the Metro, turn around and you will see a street named Rue Marcadet on your right (there is a bakery on the corner). Take this street, walk past the first intersection you come across, staying on the Rue Marcadet. When you come to the second intersection, take the 3rd street to your right. This will be Rue Ramey. Walk up to number 62 (look for the international flags). You’re here.

From Metro Line 12:
Take metro line 12 to Jules Joffrin. Take the “Place Jules Joffrin” exit. Turn in the opposite direction from the one you came out of the subway in and walk to the Rue Hermel. Take a right on this street (you will need to cross Rue Ordener) and walk up (in the direction of the traffic). Walk on the left side on the street, and you will soon come to the Rue Ramey (on your left), and to the property right on the corner (look for the international flags).

From Gare du Nord:
Take Metro Line 4 in the direction of Porte de Clignancourt for 3 stops to Marcadet Poissoniers. Take the exit called “Boulevard Barbès”. When you exit the metro, turn around and you will see a street named Rue Marcadet on your right (there is a bakery on the corner). Take this street, walk past the first intersection you come across, staying on the Rue Marcadet. When you come to the second intersection, take the 3rd street to your right. This will be Rue Ramey. Walk up to number 62 (look for the international flags). You’re here.

From CDG – Aéroport Charles De Gaulle Airport:
Take the RER B in the direction of Saint Rémy les Chevreuse or Robinson (NOTE: keep your ticket as you’ll need it to exit the RER). Get off at the station called Gare du Nord. Take Metro Line 4 in the direction of Porte de Clignancourt for 3 stops to Marcadet Poissoniers. Take the exit called “Boulevard Barbès”. When you exit the metro, turn around and you will see a street named Rue Marcadet on your right (there is a bakery on the corner). Take this street, walk past the first intersection you come across, staying on the Rue Marcadet. When you come to the second intersection, take the 3rd street to your right. This will be Rue Ramey. Walk up to number 62 (look for the international flags). You’re here.

From ORLY Airport:
Take the Orlyval shuttle to the RER B station named Anthony. There, take the RER B direction Aeroport Charles de Gaulle. Get off at the Gare du Nord station. Take Metro Line 4 in the direction of Porte de Clignancourt for 3 stops to Marcadet Poissoniers. Take the exit called “Boulevard Barbès”. When you exit the metro, turn around and you will see a street named Rue Marcadet on your right (there is a bakery on the corner). Take this street, walk past the first intersection you come across, staying on the Rue Marcadet. When you come to the second intersection, take the 3rd street to your right. This will be Rue Ramey. Walk up to number 62 (look for the international flags). You’re here.

From Porte Maillot
Take the Bus to Porte Maillot (where the bus ends). Find Metro Line 1 (follow the crowd, short walk). Hop on Metro Line 1 in the direction of Chateau de Vincennes for 6 stops to Concorde stop. Here, change to metro line 12 in the direction of Front Populaire. Ride for 9 stops to Jules Joffrin. Take the “Place Jules Joffrin” exit. Turn in the opposite direction from the one you came out of the subway in and walk to the Rue Hermel. Take a right on this street (you will need to cross Rue Ordener) and walk up (in the direction of the traffic). Walk on the the left side on the street, and you will soon come to the Rue Ramey (on your left), and to the property right on the corner (look for the international flags).
From Gare Montparnasse
Take metro line 12 in the direction of Front Populaire 16 stops to Jules Joffrin. Take the “Place Jules Joffrin” exit. Turn in the opposite direction from the one you came out of the subway in and walk to the Rue Hermel. Take a right on this street (you will need to cross Rue Ordener) and walk up (in the direction of the traffic). Walk on the the left side on the street, and you will soon come to the Rue Ramey (on your left), and to the property right on the corner (look for the international flags).

From Gare de Lyon
At Gare de Lyon, take Metro Line 1 in the direction of La Défense 4 stops to Chatelet. Here, change to Metro Line 4, in the direction of Porte de Clignancourt. Ride the Metro for 9 stops to Marcadet Poissoniers. Take the exit called “Boulevard Barbès”. When you exit the metro, turn around and you will see a street named Rue Marcadet on your right (there is a bakery on the corner). Take this street, walk past the first intersection you come across, staying on the Rue Marcadet. When you come to the second intersection, take the 3rd street to your right. This will be Rue Ramey. Walk up to number 62 (look for the international flags). You’re here.

From Gare D’Austerlitz
Take Metro Line 5 in the direction of Bobigny Pablo Picasso for 9 stops to Gare du Nord station. Here, change to Metro Line 4 in the direction of Porte de Clignancourt. Ride for 3 stops to Marcadet Poissoniers. Take the exit called “Boulevard Barbès”. When you exit the metro, turn around and you will see a street named Rue Marcadet on your right (there is a bakery on the corner). Take this street, walk past the first intersection you come across, staying on the Rue Marcadet. When you come to the second intersection, take the 3rd street to your right. This will be Rue Ramey. Walk up to number 62 (look for the international flags). You’re here.

From Gare de l’Est
Take Metro Line 4 in the direction of Porte de Clignancourt 4 stops to Marcadet Poissoniers. Take the exit called “Boulevard Barbès”. When you exit the metro, turn around and you will see a street named Rue Marcadet on your right (there is a bakery on the corner). Take this street, walk past the first intersection you come across, staying on the Rue Marcadet. When you come to the second intersection, take the 3rd street to your right. This will be Rue Ramey. Walk up to
  • Value For Money 8.1
  • Security 8.4
  • Location 8.0
  • Staff 8.8
  • Atmosphere 8.2
  • Cleanliness 8.2
  • Facilities 8.0
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Le Montclair Montmartre Hostel & Budget Hotel Located at 62, Rue Ramey, , Paris.
Le Montclair Montmartre Hostel & Budget Hotel
France
Paris 75018 62, Rue Ramey
82% 6800
48.8915556 2.3449587
Le Montclair Montmartre Hostel & Budget Hotel
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