Hotel Roma Sacre Coeur
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Travelled 710km from Lucerne to Paris today. Arrived at the beautiful Renaissance hotel about 430. Got dressed up to go to dinner and moulin rouge show. Absolutely fantastic night. The show finished at 11pm and I was trying to go to sleep still at ...
... few photos, but really, they don't do justice to the sights we saw.
Our travels home were uneventful and we're happy to be back in our little corner of paradise on the north coast. Susan says that the month in Cendrieux was the best month of her life and I'm inclined to agree.
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We had arranged to meet Chris and Doug at the Musee de L'Orangerie at 11 o'clock. After a continental breakfast at our hotel we walked to Grand Boulevards Metro station and bought a 2 day travel ticket each. This ticket allows us unlimited travel on the Metro, RER trains and the buses in the Paris area. Before meeting Chris and Doug we wandered around Jardin des Tuileries, then we linked up and chatted for a while before going into the Musee. The whole ...
... headed to "Jardin des Tuilleries" & the"Musee de l' Orangerie" to revisit Monet's lilies...the "forest aquarium " as Monet called it. "Les Macchiaioli 1850-1874 Des Impressionistes italiens? " exposition was also truly breathtaking. These painters worked outdoors & I was amazed at their ability using only paint & brush, to interpret & capture, sunlight . Loved it. Walking back to our apartment with Grace & Sarah was tricky: road barriers were in place ...
... and arty types looking to paint your portrait. We managed to decline but had a great time any way. Julia purchased a couple of small pictures of the area which we will frame when we get home.
Returned to Paris proper again via the Metro and explored the streets and alleys. Another late dinner and off to bed.
Museums on the menus for tomorrow.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Roma Sacre Coeur Paris
this hotel is fine for the money as it was part of a package for me. we had two rooms. the triple was cramped and one bed was a rollaway. the double room with the queen bed was nicer, more spacious, and had a better bathroom. if you've never been to europe, the elevator and rooms are tiny. but i have and it was better than the last hotel i was in.
I've read all the reviews here about the Inter Roma Sacre Coeur, and I don't think that the experience can be summed up as neatly as the others have described it. Here are my thoughts:
Great view !
Stayed here on 9th January 2004. Very helpful staff reallocated our original room 408 to the delightful 701. This is THE room to stay in if you are able to reserve it with superb panoramic 180' view of Paris.
Unfortunately it was pre-booked for the other 2 nights of our stay and we politely declined theeir request to relocate us into the not so good 408. Agree with previous comments - good sized brekkie, literally "on top" of Lamarck tube (no noise problem though - no need to be put off) and only 5 minute walk to Sacre Coeur. Good value for 63 Euros including breakfast.
Great little Paris Hotel
We found this hotel to be in a very good location just steps away from the Metro and the Sacre Coeur. We arrived early and were upgraded to a room on the 7th floor. This room had a large picture window and balcony with table and two chairs. We fixed some food and sat out on the balcony and watched the sun go down on Paris. It doesn't get any better than this! The desk staff speaks good English and is helpful. The hotel says that they have hair dryers, but you must ask for one. The breakfast was good and filling. This is a Paris hotel and the rooms are small but clean. If you want to get the true flavor of Paris stay here!!
Great place to stay on a budget
I stayed here Oct. 15- Oct. 20, I found the hotel better than expected.
The staff were very nice and helpful, the rooms were small but clean, the breakfast was very good but the same each morning, and the location next to the metro was very nice. I would recommend this a place to stay for anyone, except if you are unable to climb stairs or walk uphill for any reason, you find a lot of both in the neighborhood. Overall a fantastic hotel for the price.
Ok place for the cash strapped traveller
I was a little scared after reading some reviews, but the hotel turned out to be fine. It was in a GREAT location, and had some charm. Notice the garden knomes resting on the staircase when you go. It was like staying at old aunt Bertha's house. The wallpaper was very old, and the carpet stained - but it seemed homey. It was a clean place to rest your aching legs after climbing the 231 steps up from the metro. DO NOT stay here if you are picky about things like stains on the carpet, and want something luxiurious. My husband and I were happy, but we are very easy going people.
Ghetto room, but great locale/staff
Room had broken furniture and wallpaper peeling off in the bathrooms.
If you're particular about the appearance of rooms don't stay here, otherwise everthing worked (plumbing, etc...) and it is a great location (next to a small market a good restaurant, and only a 7 minute walk uphill to Sacre Coeur. Staff is very friendly and speak enough english to be helpful. Located only 50 steps uphill from the Lamarck metro stop.
Comfortable, Affordable, not Adorable
Our stay in April, 2003 was very satisfactory. Our room and large bathroom wer comfortable and reasonably priced, especially for the excellent location a block from the subway and a short walk to Montmartre restaurants. The generous continental breakfast with good service make you forget about the less than attractive dining area. I would surely stay there again.
Hotel Roma Sacre Coeur
I stayed at this hotel from May 22nd till May 26th 2003 and find it very neat. It is situated just next to a metro station. It's clean and although each morning the breakfast is the same it is really worthed.