Le Regent Montmartre Hostel & Budget Hotel Reviews
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All the staff were incredibly helpful and answered all our questions and accommodated everything we needed. The location was great - super close to Sacre-Coeur and literally across the street from the Metro. I've stayed in several hostels in Paris, and this was by far my favorite. Definitely recommend!
Good spot to complete our visit to Paris, would stay there again as it was welcoming and laid-back. The bar around the corner which they give you drink cards too (shot card for all bookings, beer card for booking online) is average but free is free. Overall enjoyable stay
Nice little hostel with good pricing. The rooms are average but have a nice bathroom attached to it. It's like 5 minutes away from sacre coeur which is convenient but it means there are so many tourists everywhere all the time. Also if you sleep with the windows open you can hear literally everything from the other rooms.
Great location, with two Metro stops right next to it and walking distance to great places like Moulin Rouge! Staff were friendly and helpful and I enjoyed my stay, thank you!
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
- (1 review)
The reception staff was extremely helpful. Thank you for there nice stay.
Overall this hostel met or exceeded all the expectations I had for it. The hostel was clean and everyone was helpful. The bar associated with the hostel was awesome as well, with cheap drinks and a good atmosphere.
Decent hostel. Nice comfortable room. Colorful design. Could do more to increase the feeling of community. Appreciated the free breakfast though it was very crowded/hectic.
Had a fantastic time at this hostel, it's really close to all the main attractions. also a special shout out to Bruno who made our trip that extra bit better by being one of the most helpful staff members I have met during our trip.
Pretty good hostel. Rooms are small and there is only one bathroom downstairs for the entire hostel. Also only one shower per floor. The location is near 2 metro stops which is nice. Still about a 30 minute metro into the city center though.
Great hotel. Staff are very helpful and there's a common area for interaction with fellow travelers. Location is great also.
Good hostel to stay a few days, the beds are really short so if you are tall and have to sleep in the lower bed you're going to hit your head many times. The wifi works fine, the conection is slow but works in the rooms. It's pretty decent, expensive for what it offers but normal or good if we consider we are talking about Paris. The staff is very helpfull and they speak many laguages so that's cool. The hostel is located in a not so nice area but really close to two metro stations
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 18-24
- (1 review)
Just you average hostel - bustling.
First of all, the hostel located in excellent location, right at Montmart, and very closed to metro station "Anvers" Excellent staffs, especially those on grave yard shift. When I had to get a medicine at the middle of the night, one of the night shift staff (forgot his name-sorry but he was on duty at 31/May/15, and has beautiful (!) British accent) guided me to find 24 hrs open Pharmacy. The facility is little bit old and rusty, however, it is functional.
Pro: they had free lockers, it was in a central location, and it was pretty cool. Con: they put me in a 4-person room with a 50-year old couple, and a 15-year-old who had never travelled before. I'm early 20s. The lockers were sketchy. I'm paranoid about security, so ymmv. ( ^_^)
We had booked a six bed dorm but ended up being upgrade to a private double ensuite with the most amazing view of the Sacre Coeur! The guy on the desk was lovely and welcoming, the place is right in the centre of Paris and close to metro stations. One of the best hostels we have stayed in.
I enjoyed my time at this hostel. Upon check I recieved a complementary upgrade to a 4 person female only dorm. The beds and pillows were well worn but comfortable. The rooms were of a decent size. And were comfortable when all roommates were there. Bathroom were very clean and was the linen. Great traditional French breakfast of croissants, bread, juice, tea and coffee. Kitchen facilities were good. Washing machines costs 7 euro. Good location close to the main train station.
Overall I really enjoyed my stay at the hostel. Friendly staff and nice rooms.
The great thing about this hostel is that the metro station is literally right out the front door, so you can hop on and go anywhere in the city. The area it's in is a little sketchy, but the hostel itself is a warm and friendly environment. Everything was clean and well maintained. They provide breakfast which is nice. I think it was a little too expensive, was the most expensive place we stayed in. Rooms are also a bit small, but from what I understand it's pretty standard for Paris.
Great staff. They sepak several languages and very nice people.
The hostel is a bit out of the way of everything but is close to several metro stops. The hostel has a quieter feel to it and because there is a hotel in the back there may be older people or children around. They were painting the walls as we were there but it did not affect us. Each room has a full ensuite which is nice. The hostel is also near the red light district of paris. I probably wouldnt stay here again but only to have new experiences, would recommend for a quieter crowd though.