Eden Hotel Montmartre
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEden Hotel Montmartre Paris
If Your ok with cramped quarters, this is a cheap way to see Montemarte and the Moulin Rouge
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Historical Traveler Reviews Eden Hotel Montmartre Paris
Nice but noisy hotel
Af it weren't for the noise of the hotel i'd rate it as excellent. But for the price you may be willing to bring earplugs. You can hear every step on the stair, every door opening and closing, showers, laughter, etc. The staff is very friendly and accommodating with a smile. The neighborhood is quiet but has everything you need and the metro is very convienent. Overall, a great little hotel.
This is a great hotel if you're wanting to get all the comforts of a simple,clean hotel minus the price. A definite for students who do not want the whole hassle that comes with hostels.
Fantastic location and so easily accessible via the Jules Joffrin Metro stop. The staff are excellent and speak fab English should your French not be up to scratch.
Worth also checking out Chez Regine 2 doors down and the chocolatier next door as well!
Next time we are in Paris we will be back!
Clean and convenient
The location of this hotel is a plus - very easily accessible via Metro (Jules Joffrin station - turn right and it is about a 3 min walk). It is about 15 - 20 mins to Gare du Nord and 35 mins to Stade de France.
We didn't have breakfast at the hotel but opted for the patisserie just 50m from the hotel. There is a big variety of different cuisines around the hotel and can only wish our time in Paris was longer...
The staff were pleasant (and spoke English). The rooms were basic (bed, desk, cupboard, TV) but clean, as was the bathroom (no shower).
Minus for this hotel is that you can hear your neighbours through the walls and the traffic can be noisy if you leave your windows open (not a problem in winter!).
Great for our Honeymoon
We just returned from our honeymoon in Paris and had a lovely stay at the Hotel Eden. The weekday front desk guy Frederick was extremely helpful and very nice and spoke excellent English, even helped us with our French. The morning breakfast was enough to get us through the first part of our day of touring and the room was large enough for the limited time we spent there. A word of caution, the hotel is not air conditioned, and for Americans that might be a bit of a shock. However, we were there in early October, so we really didn't need A/C, we simply opened the windows. Great location, great people and no tourist traps. Make sure you visit the street market around the corner, great deals and an excellent place to buy trinkets and food to take back to the states.
Great stay, lovely cheap hotel
well after reading the reviews from this site i decided to give hotel eden montmatre a try. as a postgrad student, money is limited so i wanted something affordable that would not be a dump. therefore i must admit that this was an excellent choice for my 5 day stay in paris. it was close to the jules joffrin station (some lovely icecream is sold by this station) and close to gare du nord if you plan on taking the eurostar (4 stops including one line change).
i really enjoyed staying here. the rooms were excellent for a 2 star and the ensuite facilities were a definite plus above other hostels in the area which use shared facilities. book online to get much cheaper rates, make sure to include breakfast and prepare to enjoy paris!!! it is really wonderful in summer.
i would definitely do this again and have recommended this hotel for anyone looking for an excellent cheap holiday.
Great Little Hotel!
What a lovely little hotel this is! On a busy street at the foot of Montmartre surrounded by shops, bars and restaurants with the Jules Joffrin metro station just 100 yards away it is an ideal place to stay for a short break in Paris. The rooms are basic but very clean with satellite TV and ensuite WC & bath or shower, and the breakfast is small but filling. The staff on reception speak good English and everyone is very friendly and helpful. I would recommend this hotel for anyone wanting a short cheap break in Paris. Excellent!
Great location for stade de france
We have just returned from a night in Paris and a Paul McCartney concert. The Hotel Eden was in a great location - lots of cafes and bars nearby and not a tourist in site! after the concert at Stade de france we were back in our hotel room 35 minutes after the last song! pretty good going - the hotel is old, the corridors are dingy but the room was bright, and clean with a nice clean bathroom - what more can you ask for for 66 euros a night???? Really friendly chap on reception too. I would definitely stay there again.
Just got back from Paris and had an absolute ball! The hotel was fairly basic but for what we wanted perfect. Easy to get to just a stones throw from Jules Joffrin Metro station. The staff were really friendly and not offended by our lack of language! Would recommend this hotel to people looking to sleep eat breakfast and then roam around a lot!!!
First time in Paris
The Hotel is located close enough to everything and far enough out of the busy streets to have a good night's rest.Not alot of people speak English or understands the language.The Hotel' staff was very friendly and helpful.Breakfast was small, but got us through the day. The room was a nice size. The cover on the bed was a little bit dissapointing. It was a pink old knitted cover. Maybe they can try duvets instead of blankets.It would also be nice if there was a kettle in the room with cofee, tea and sugar. A nice sweet at the entrance would be inviting.
Comfortable but basic
Very friendly staff who speak English, basic but comfortable rooms with TV and ensuite facilites, close to Sacr? Coeur, more local feel than touristy, surrounded by French, Chinese and Asian restaurants as well as a Pizza Hut!
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