Le Montclair Montmartre Hostel & Budget Hotel Reviews
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Pretty good hostel and close to 2 metro stops. Very loud at night though and thin walls made it hard to sleep.
Pros: really central position for paris, kitchen is a way of saving, cool lounge, rooms were nice with good lockers that are free, staff were nice, actually everything was really good for a hostel except the bed. Cons: the bed was really bad. It was old and had a hole in middle. I stayed 4 nights but never got enoughr rest and woke up with back ache everyday. If the hostel changes their beds, it would be perfect place to stay. another thing lacking was number of sockets in the room
Good overall place to meet lovely people but there was no Air conditioning at all at the hostel and temperatures reached 37 degrees in Paris so it was not comfortable to be in the building, more cooler to be outside. Also the area was pretty bad, did not like the area atall, was a lil scary :/
The location is perfect and is the biggest advantage. In my eyes the security is poor because you only have to say your room number to get your key. Nice when you are drunken but not so nice if you really think about it. All other things are average and like in every other hostel all over the world.
We had an amazing time! Two American University age girls traveling Europe together. We felt totally safe at this hostel and met some incredible people. Easy luggage storage and lockers, super friendly staff, full kitchen, great wifi, perfect location to all the touristy spots in Paris and also far enough away to be a little bit quieter. Totally recommend it!!
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 18-24
- (1 review)
Overall good. Beds very a bit shaky and locker in the rooms was not secure. Breakfast was just OK. Staff was friendly and helpful.
Good value for the money, plus it had air conditioning. Only bad thing was we were on the fifth floor and there was no elevator. But that was about the only downside.
Pros: Nice atmosphere, basic but fresh breakfast, nice rooms, good bathrooms, clean, near the metro, luggage storage, late checkout time Cons: Can't check in until the exact ETA time (3pm even though we arrived approx 9am, understand cleaning is necessary but annoying when you're tired and have booked so far in advance), have to make own bed, a lot of spiraling stairs to climb, 6th floor bathroom is ridiculously small, stair into first floor bathroom needs a sign as easy to trip on!
- Novice Nomad
- All Female Group, 18-24
- (1 review)
Was a little bit of a walk to get to but wasn't too far from the metro station. Ended up being a closer one from a different line- make sure you look into this in advance. But the hostel was great, really nice common room and the bed rooms themselves were really good. We had a private room with a shower and the water was oh so nice after spending a couple nights in other places without heated water.
The hostel was really nice, the location was pretty good, close to metro stations and Sacre Coeur. It was clean and the staff was really nice! The breakfest was reslly good considering it is free. Would recommend :)
I loved this place would definitely recommend. The rooms and beds are comfortable and the free left over croissants from breakfast made for great snacking. So good I stayed here three times
I loved it here. It had everything a hostel should have. The staff was nice and helpful. The place was very clean. Wifi is available throughout the entire building and it is close to a metro station that goes right into the centre of the city!
Staff were great, breakfast is just complimentary, beds are cumfy, no aircon no fans either. Overall good experience.
Staff was very helpful and always there. Not near downtown but close to metro stations and navigating the metro was super easy. Would stay here again if I ever go back to Paris!
Pretty basic hostel. The included breakfast wasn't amazing. A baguette, croissant and some tea or coffee. There are heaps of good patisserie around if you're hungry for more. Also lots of supermarkets. Bed was comfy, rooms cleaned every time someone left, our attached ensuite was kept in good condition. Free wifi in the rooms, which was great! No problems with that. All in all it was a decent hostel to stay in but I was ready to leave after 3 nights.
Amazing stay! Best hostel of our trip! Very close to metro, grocery, and laundromat. 12 minute walk to Sacre Coeur, which we could see from our window. AC abs wifi in each room. Decent breakfast and helpful staff. Highly recommended!
Good hostel. Not in the center but a 5-minute walk to metro station (metro takes 10 minutes). Nice backpacker atmosphere, easy to meet other people. Cold beer sold at the reception for an okay price.
Pros: Nice hostel with friendly and helpful staff!! eg Even though I had to check out before breakfast started the guy at the front desk came and gave me a croissant etc to take with me. Clean rooms with sufficient power points and hot showers. Clear directions to the hostel Cons: The breakfast was quite basic - tea/coffee, 1 croissant and bread w/ butter or jam. The stairs up to the rooms can be quite challenging with a full pack (esp if you are on the 5th floor) if that's a problem for you
Great location, cheap rooms, efficient service. We witnessed a very difficult customer throwing a tantrum and were impressed with how well the staff handled it.