Montmartre is one of the most beautiful areas to stay in Paris. There was a time when most of the locals were artists which is why the neighborhood still has its special unconventional atmosphere. Do you feel like spending some nights there, right next to the street artists and small restaurants? Here are some nice hotels in Montmartre.
4-Star Hotels in Montmartre
Hotel Montmartre Mon AmourCredit: Hôtel Montmartre Mon Amour
Near the Place des Abbesses and the Sacré-Coeur funicular station, this hotel is perfectly located in the Montmartre neighborhood. The rooms which are partly named Stolen kisses or Secrets of love are decorated in a romantic design – perfect for a vacation trip with your loved one! Enjoy the cozy atmosphere in the core of Montmartre.
7, rue Paul Albert 75018 Paris
Montmartre ResidenceCredit: www.booking.com
This hotel is the perfect choice for those who want to be independent. The Montmartre Residence offers a great deal of apartments where you can prepare your food yourself so that you don’t have to stick to the breakfast times. No matter if you come alone or with your family – there are studios for single guests and apartments for up to six people. Enjoy your independence in this stylish and luxurious hotel – only a stone’s throw away from the Wall of Love.
1, rue Durantin 75018 Paris
Le Relais MontmartreCredit: www.hotel-relais-montmartre.com
Like the other hotels, the Relais is located in the heart of Montmartre, not far from the basilica and the Moulin Rouge. Even though, the rooms are quiet since the house is situated on a side street. The rooms are decorated in the classic bohemian, chic style. It is a family-friendly place with a small but romantic back garden.
6, rue Constance 75018 Paris
Terrass” HotelCredit: www.terrass-hotel.com
Ideally located on the hill of Montmartre, you can enjoy a marvelous view over the city of Paris on the terrace of this fashionable hotel restaurant and bar.
If you have had an exhausting day – either because of work or because of sightseeing all day long – you can try the hotel’s spa. Treat yourself to a wonderful and relaxing massage before taking a break in one of the tasteful and modern Artist’s Suites.
12-14, Rue Joseph de Maistre 75018 Paris
Hotel le Chat Noir
Located right on the Boulevard de Clichy, the hotel le Chat Noir is a themed hotel. Everything is designed around the topic “Le Chat Noir” (The Black Cat in English), which was a 19th-century night club and said to be the first modern cabaret. Its interior is decorated in a style of understated elegance with vintage and modern elements.
68, boulevard de Clichy 75018 ParisCredit: www.hotel-chatnoir-paris.com
3-Star Hotels in Montmartre
Hotel des Arts Paris MontmartreCredit: www.expedia.fr
Right next to the beautiful cemetery of Montmartre and not far from the Sacré-Cœur Basilica, this hotel creates a very special atmosphere. As the name indicates, it was designed in an artsy style, including the contemporary art pieces for which Montmartre has become so famous. The tastefully designed rooms are inviting you to relax after an eventful day in the city. Enjoy one of the romantic double rooms with your partner or get a room with a view on the Eiffel Tower!
5, rue Tholoze 75018 Paris
Hôtel Basss by Happyculture
Right on the Montmartre hill between the Moulin Rouge and Sacré-Cœur, the hotel is located in the very heart of the famous neighborhood. Its vintage design with modern elements invites its guests to enjoy a relaxed afternoon in the room or on the terrace. You will be enchanted by the chic but discreet graphic design and the stylish atmosphere.
57, rue des Abbesses 75018 ParisCredit: https://www.hotelsclick.com
Hotel 29 Lepic
Right between the world-famous Moulin Rouge and the Montmartre Cemetery, it is also near the café Les Deux Moulins, where the movie Amelie Poulain was filmed. Take a stroll through the heart of Montmartre and visit the Wall of Love which is only a few minutes away from the hotel. Its rooms are relatively simple but with a tasteful modern design.
29, Rue Lepic 75018 ParisCredit: http://www.montmartre-guide.com