Le Village Hostel Montmartre Reviews
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Nice and friendly staffs, breakfast is awesome! The shower facility is quite old but okay. The heater in the room didn't work and the staff could not find what the problem is. Fortunately there is still air-conditioner can be used as heater, so it is not that cold in the room. Overall I will recommend this hostel!
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 25-30
- (1 review)
Sort of a sad atmosphere and the staff didn't really have much energy or any recommendations. The whole place was a bit rickety, we had one very dim light in our room, and some questionable stains. On the other hand, the Sacre-Coeur could be seen from our window and was one block away. A great location in Montmarte for day and for night, and close to the metro. I don't know if it was worth how much we paid. Wifi and breakfast... but you're in Paris where the food is amazing, so we went out.
Arrived late n left in the morning so I did not notice much of the hostel. Albert was great at the front desk though, he provided me with a map and highlighted how to get to the airport for the morning as well as other miscellaneous inquiries. Breakfast was nice, especially because it was included. Clean room, nice bed, big enough washroom. Ask aboot the free welcome beer
I ended up not going cause I found a really nice hotel that was cheaper, but the person I talked to when I cancelled my reservation was really nice!
Nice clean hostel, close to a metro. Some staff were a bit standoffish at times however this was definitely the minority and the rest of the staff made up for it as they were super helpful and friendly.
A fine hostel. The area of Montmartre is a little sketchy, but there is decent security in place at the hostel. Area is still worth a stay as it is VERY close to the Sacre Coeur, with a great view from the terrace. Overall it was fine, very mixed crowd, varying from families to loud British party goers.
The locks on the door were very tricky to open and close (we stayed on the rooms by the bar)