Migny Hotel Opera Montmartre

Address: 13 rue Victor Masse, Paris, Île-de-France, 75009, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 13 rue Victor Masse, Paris, is near Pigalle, Chez Michou, Rose Bakery, and La Cigale/La Boule Noire.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsGoebel's Hotel am Park Willingen

    Reviewed by gthznathan

    Migny Hotel Opera Montmartre

    Reviewed Oct 25, 2014
    by (19 reviews) Sanctuary Point , Australia Flag of Australia

    We had two rooms. One was much nicer than the other. But the hotel had made an effort in giving the rooms and bathrooms a face lift. Breakfast was included. Good WiFi, clean bedding, older towels with no face clothes, tissues or other bath products provided. Only down side, the immediate vicinity did seem sleezy, we were faced with a drunken brawl with Police involved on our first morning out getting breakfast. Very close to Metro.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Goebel's Hotel am Park Willingen

    Very nice stay and I recommand it!!!


    Our room was very nice (redecorated), staff was very nice and helpfull.Good breakfast. It's a very good location.

    I recommand this hotel!!!!

    Very Nice Hotel, Great for Any Stay


    I stayed here for a one-night business trip this month. I booked the hotel on expedia, and got a great rate. I was expecting a single room and get a big room with 3 beds at the top floor. The view on paris and on the sacre coeur was amazing and my bisness trip became a pleisur just by looking over my window!

    The service was realy nice. when I needed help from the front desk they were beyond helpful and accomodating.

    Great location( 2 min from metro) and great deal.

    Great place, and would definitely return.

    Still Mingin


    Cramped, in a very dodgy location, and under-staffed.

    On our arrival we were told we had to move to another hotel around the corner due to some undisclosed problem. What they neglected to tell us was that for the second night we had to move back again.

    To make up for this we were accommodated in one of the larger rooms. This was on the sixth floor - the lift goes to 4, then you have to wind around corridors and spiral stairs to find the room. The light on the top staircase did not work so this was negotiated in the dark.

    The lightbulb in the bathroom was broken, and there was no ventilation. In the morning there was no hot water (8.30 am, so not too much to expect, I would have thought).

    Breakfast was farcical - a long queue of people, vacated tables uncleared, and the manager glaring at everyone to ensure they didn't have more than their regulation one piece of pain and a croissant.

    When booking our transfer to the airport, the staff insisted on cash payment, despite the receipt showing that in fact the transport company accepted various payment methods.

    Not recommended.

    Very Nice and great value


    The location is the best one in Paris ( 10min from sacree coeur and 15 from opera), rooms clear and newly redecorated, staff helpfull and friendly.

    breakfast included with croissant and baguette.

    hope to come back soon!

    What a lovely hotel!


    I spend a delicius week!

    Staff was very friendly and my room was refresh and very "cosi"...

    Excellent location and prices is very resonable.

    I recommand....

    Wonderful stay


    I stayed at the hotel Migny one week ago and during 6 nights and i'm not agree at all with the last person.

    The hotel had been refurbushed last year and you can see it! The lobby is clear and pretty, the breakfast room is very cosy, the bar is small but pleasant. Our room was really big ( 4 beds) and the bathroom was newly redecorated.

    the Hotel is located in the heart of paris 2 min walking from the metro and 15 min on foot from the opera or the sacree coeur.

    Staff is helpfull and kind.

    i will return!

    Horrible, would never recommend it to anyone


    First of all, yes, 115 Euros per night is cheap for being in Paris, but in reality, it is kinda expensive for a room with no air conditioning. The description didn't mention that at all. The front desk staff was actually kind of rude, maybe it was because everyone was sweating. The bar stated that it was opened 24 hours, yet, they refused to keep serving us after 1am.

    The room itself was not that great at all. The sheets were red, but they weren't pretty at all, and we never even got any clean towels. When we called the front desk to bring us some clean towels, nobody ever came up. Electricity didn't work during the day. The blow dryer never worked at all. There's no point in having a television when you only had two channels. Oh, and the location is actually a pretty shady place. It's close to Moulin Rouge, but the area itself is kind of scary to walk through at night. My friend got his wallet stolen by two guys, so that was really unfortunate. Would not recommend staying at this place.

    People saying bad hotel don't know what theyr'e talking about


    Don't get me wrong, you shouldn't go into this Hotel expecting the Ritz Carlton. For those of us who can't afford anything more than $150 a night in Paris though, it's a great value for a good location and cozy rooms. Our rooms were not smelly or dingy (in fact, our room was a vibrant red), as noted in the other review. And the carpet on the stairs that "someone could trip on," is no longer there.The complimentary breakfast is nice. The hotel is only three or four blocks away from the metro and located at a great spot for exploring both Montmatre and the Opera district. Anything beyond that, you'll be riding the metro for five minutes or more. This is not a location for young children though, as it is right up the street from the red light district. The rooms are rather small, but in our experience both rooms rented by our group were clean and decor is cute. Beds are comfortable and English-speaking, day-time staff was really helpful at relaying directions, calling taxis, and recommending good restuarants. Only annoyance: the walls are rather thin and a restless, keen ear may hear people walking through the halls at night. Worst experience: creepy, perverts work at the front desk after 1 am. If you're a female coming back in past 1 am, let them buzz you in and then go straight to your room.

    Not great


    The reception area looked quite promising. But then we got to our rooms and I was dissapointed. It was tired and unintresting. The bathroom was very narrow.

    The beds were clean and comfortable though and the staff were very helpful.

    Breakfast was a free for all with not enough food or tables for all the guests. Not a bad stay, but I won't go there again.

    Terrible Hotel


    This has to be one of the worst hotels I have ever stayed at, please don't waste your money.

    The room was small, smelly,dingy and dirty (there were still hairs on my bed linen from the previous guests). The staff were rude and unhelpful, the carpet on the stairs was ripped in places, so could have been very dangerous as it would be very easy to trip over it.

    Someone had written "Hotel Minging, how true!" over the sign on our room wall that said Hotel Migny, don't you think that the hotel would take it down though?!

    It's only saving grace was the bathroom which was a decent size and fairly clean.

    The location is not great, fairly seedy, quite a way from places such as Notre Dame.

    I would not recommend this hotel to anyone. Although fairly cheap(for Paris) it needs a great deal of work done to it before it should even consider charging what it does.

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