Hotels Near Samir Jerbi In Paris

0/50 Reviews
0.04km from Samir Jerbi
We loved our stay here, we stayed in one of the smaller rooms, which was rather tiny but there was still enough room to walk around the bed and store a suitcase. The toilet was its own little room and very small but not impossible. All of the staff were lovely to speak with and very helpful. We chose not to have breakfast in the hotel, instead we bought juice and brioche at a local supermarket. Carrefour Supermarket Clignancourt is close to the hotel, it’s big and you can get everything you need for very cheap. The hotel is so close to the Sacre Coeur and it’s a fantastic view to go up of an evening and watch the sun set. We walked down through the park at around 6pm which we wouldn’t do again, there were groups of men congregating around and we didn’t feel safe walking past them, the main steps up the centre of the park were fine and just full of tourists. We would definitely stay at this hotel again, it’s a great location and you get to see a different part of Paris away from the main tourist sections. It is very hilly so beware if you’re not a fan! The hotel is up a hill but near the bottom so it can be fun with a suitcase!
0/51 Reviews
0.2km from Samir Jerbi
The hotel was ok-ish, in a need of refurbishing I believe...Nice touch with complimentary tea and coffee at the reception and very friendly staff. The area however is horrible, I know it has nothing to do with the hotel but just walking down the street as a woman you get harrassed by random men. Avoid Barges-Rouchechouart metro station at all costs as it is a corner full of “hustlers”. Oh! Keep your hands and your eyes on your belongings at all times as someone has tried to take my phone from my pocket! Thank God for pockets with hidden zippers 😳
2.9/510 Reviews
0.26km from Samir Jerbi
I maybe shouldn't be saying this, in case there's no rooms left next time I want an affordable, clean & efficient, perfectly-situated hotel in Paris, but - I have been staying in hotels in Paris for the last thirty years, & sadly the hotels of character that used to balance economic affordability with a concern for quality aren't as plentiful as they used to be. The facilities are efficiently clean & effective, not lavish but the coffee in the rooms is very drinkable, soap, shampoo & towels plentiful, all the staff are friendly & helpful, & the location is just so perfect for Montmartre & access to the centre of Paris. Amateur tourists - stick to Euro-Disney. But if you are going to Paris, to be in Paris, this is a great hotel to stay in.
4.2/5Very Good12 Reviews
0.27km from Samir Jerbi
Incredible location right at the foot of the butte de Montmartre. The little terrace on the 1st floor looks right up onto the Sacré Coeur. Le Village had very clean and warm rooms, a welcoming lobby and tables to sit at, and a really beautiful porch that I imagine is pretty sweet during the summertime. The guests were all very respectful and there were a range of groups of friends, solo travelers, and families (I didn't see any small children). Not a party hostel per se, but a great place to relax and mingle with other travelers.
3.9/517 Reviews
0.35km from Samir Jerbi
Okay, I didn't read ALL the reviews about this place i had already booked for a week June 16th to the 20th. When i arrived at the hotel i was shocked. The neighborhood was far from what i was expecting. Now mind you, I live in a very nice Florida neighborhood. quiet, clam, safe. i grew up in the Bronx, but that was 20 years ago. As I carried my bags up the flight of stairs to our rooms, i was mad at myself. When I looked out the window to my room, i was frightened. I called my travel agent and begged her to get me out of this hotel, that i was terrified for me and my teenage daughters. I took to the internet myself to find another hotel i was going to check into that very night. It was far too late for that. the cheapest i could get was 600.00 PER NIGHT!!! Ok, i was stuck here. I told myself i was to go outside during the day and be back at the hotel before sunset. Now fast forward 5 days and i didn't want to leave!!!. The neighborhood, I'll admit is going through a transition. 1 block one way is really terrible, BUT!!! a FIVE MINUTE WALK AND I WAS WATCHING STEVIE VAN ZANT FROM BRUCE SPRINGSTEENS E-STREET BAND PLAYING AT A LOCAL JOINT. You will have to look and learn and you will learn, like all neighborhoods in LA and New York, you have to do your homework. A couple of things don't make it a 5 star hotel....The WIFI is not all it should be and There are no elevators (lifts). The staff is really great and it comes with free breakfast, the best croissants in Paris!!! The rooms are all redone, but the lack of closet space is bad, really bad. But for the price, it is worth my 4 star review. If you want all the bells and whistles of a 5 star resort, 2 things you need to know....BOOK EARLY AND OPEN YOUR WALLETS!!!
4.5/5Excellent36 Reviews
0.39km from Samir Jerbi
Trying to find very cheap accommodation in Paris, 1 minute from a Metro, close to a major attraction and very clean/modernised is rare, but we found that with Le Regent. I was tracing with my 2 boys (7&8) and a friend, so was tracking down a quadruple room. Le Regent appeared to have some good recent reviews and didn’t see the words “bed bugs” anywhere, which seemed a common theme with most cheap digs. Hotel is easy to find and right besides Anvers Metro, No.2 line and at the base of the hill to the Sacre Couer. Staff were young and attentive and very friendly by Paris standards! Our room was on the 6th floor, accessibly by small lift (max 3 persons) or wide staircase. Once in the room, Wow!! A view to die for. While the balcony only fits one person, it’s was t a problem for us. The beds were firm, clean and room big enough for just sleeping and relaxing, we’re their for exploring Paris, not staying in the room. OK W/C and shower room, no issue with hot water and good pressure. I would have no hesitation in going back, it’s a hidden gem! Only negatives I could find, and it’s minor. Yes, my feet did stick out from end if bed, but at 6’3” it’s something I’m very use to and still got a great night sleep. Fronting a main road, we heard 2-3 sirens during the night, but very little from the public so the double glazing did it’s job. Finally, as mentioned, expect a small lift, but it’s very common in Paris, just enjoy its quirky quality! Thanks guys, had an amazing stay!
4.1/5Very Good12 Reviews
0.42km from Samir Jerbi
I stayed in the Playce hotel for more than 5 months and the service has been just perfect since day 1. - The personal is friendly with a daily good vibes. - The location is just perfect to discover Paris and specially the streets around Sacrée Coeur (Montmartre). - The metro is at 2 min by walking and serve all the key touristic spots. - The most interesting point is that too many supermarkets and restaurants in the neighborhood which allows me everyday to taste a plate from a new country. I could just recommend this hotel for the people who wants to stay in Paris for a while either for professional or personal reasons :)
3.1/511 Reviews
0.47km from Samir Jerbi
We stayed here for 5 nights. We loved the location as it was near Sacre Coeur and La Cigale. There is a subway station quite close. The restaurants and bars on the hill above the hotel give you endless options for food and drink. Some of the best pastries I've had in my life were found wandering those streets. The room was clean, but small and tight. No view except for the central core of the building. Free internet was nice. Bed was decent, and the air conditioning kept us comfortable. We didn't spend much time in the room as we wandered Paris every day. Staff was friendly and helpful, and the elevator is typically tiny. Hotel was quiet, even when sleeping in late. Shower didn't drain well, and a couple of the ceiling lights hung from wires out of their holes. We also ended up with one, and only one, fly in our room every day. I'd stay here again, but mostly due to the location.
4.4/5Excellent38 Reviews
0.53km from Samir Jerbi
Paris is a land of money and accommodation. Accommodation is really expensive. The hostel is not big and the elevator is small. The corridor is narrow. Breakfast is six euros, bread milk milk water butter jam coffee juice. The room was ok, the most unbearable thing was that the blankets were really dirty. I do n’t know who came up with the idea of using a blanket. You do n’t know how to wash such a thick thing after using it. I found at least a dozen hairs of different lengths and colors on my blanket. Really. Disgusting to me, unbelievable. The brother at the front desk had a very good service attitude and asked if he could change to a blanket. He gave me another bed very refreshingly, but the result was still dirty, and a lot of hair stuck to it. Finally, helplessly asked for a sheet to cover the body. Fortunately, it only took two nights. There are many Asian restaurants, supermarkets, and bakeries downstairs. It is convenient to buy things. I even bought a bottle of 0.8 Euro mineral water.
4.3/5Excellent14 Reviews
0.58km from Samir Jerbi
Visited at New Year’s Eve. Was very pleasantly surprised with the room - comfortable, cool vibe and design, great shower and a big screen TV. The bed was amazingly comfortable, which I would argue, is key. The staff were super helpful and friendly throughout my stay, with a genuine feel of a small hotel rather than a big chain hotel bound by “policies” that don’t mind the guests. To top it all, breakfast was great - good selection of quality products to bring it all together. The hotel is under renovations. I hope it keeps its good vibe and balance between new and comfortable and old and friendly.
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
0.58km from Samir Jerbi
Our stay at "Montmartre Residence" was simply incredibly beautiful. We were welcomed extremely friendly by the General manager. She gave us very helpful tipps. We had booked the "Suite". Everything was very clean and neat. The room is very stylishly yet elegantly furnished. Two big windows provide great light. With a view over the city one feels like in the movie "Moulin Rouge". In the district itself you have the feeling tht you dive into another world. There are many bars, restaurants, bakeries and small shops. Paris at it's best!
3.9/522 Reviews
0.59km from Samir Jerbi
5 nights in this hostel can be described as a place to sleep, no more. If you want amenities at the highest level, I think it's worth looking for another place. I chose a room for 6 people with bunk beds, staggering and creaking, I thought that it would fall apart while I climbed to 2 tiers. There are no drawers where you can leave the bag, everything is on everyone on the floor, on a chair, etc. If you are not there anyone can take your things, you should rely only on the decency of guests like you. I was lucky, everyone was very considerate and no one climbed into other people's things. Why does it cost a sink, but in fact it is not needed there, as it seemed to me. There was a door with slots, but each one had his own blanket, so it was normal. To wash or go to the toilet you need to leave the room, go a short distance along the internal micro-courtyard and you are in the restroom, a strange system to be honest ... They monitor the cleanliness, but ... all sorts of people and a couple of times had to run into trouble in the toilet, but it is rather a claim to visitors and their respect for others. The shower room is also micro, straight from the word micro, if you bend over the soap while showering, then you will 100% run into the wall with the boot, as men washed the mystery for me, because I did not fit there at all. The kitchen is normal, there is a refrigerator and everything necessary for cooking, but you can’t count on tea or coffee, it is not there. Laundry is 5 euros, things are washed and dried, but mine remained wet and dried for another day (In general, the hostel is not bad, but it’s worth a bunch of things to redo it to become top-end. But for Paris ... I think it’s worth the money besides, you go there not to sit in the room, but to walk, but next time I will choose a completely different hostel for myself as an individual traveler.

Hotels Near Samir Jerbi In Paris Review

4.8/5291 Reviews
The hotel location is very good, very close to the Arc de Triomphe, a five minute walk to the subway station can also take a direct bus to and from Charles de Gaulle and Orly Airport. Facilities breakfast also fully reached the four-star standard, the gym is relatively small. The front desk is more enthusiastic. There is a little brother who can speak Chinese, which makes communication more convenient.
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4.7/5185 Reviews
The hotel location is very good, in the Disneyland area, only ten minutes to Disney. The hotel has a shuttle bus at any time, the service is very good and convenient! The hotel facilities and services are very good, the staff is very warm and polite, and there is a dedicated parking lot
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4.2/522 Reviews
I regret the booking of this hotel. The gentleman at the service desk when I checked in was incredibly rude and condescending throughout the process. The room was as small as expected however the beds and pillows were incredibly uncomfortable. The shower had minimal pressure. The AC whenever it was turned on left a gathering of dust over everything in my room. Whilst it is located quite a distance from the centre, there are several stations close by which is handy, unfortunately the food options close by the hotel are terrible. I left the hotel after three nights instead of the five I had booked and paid for.
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4.4/5101 Reviews
Good location, nearby Carrefour, franprix and other supermarkets! I live on the 2nd floor facing the street, and it is very quiet at night, but the sound insulation between the room and the room is really average. The room is not large and has a balcony (not every room, so it is best to leave a message to tell the room with a balcony when booking) ), There is also a door in the bathroom sharing a balcony with the room, so the balcony is quite large. The hotel only provides shampoo, shower gel and hair dryer. Slippers, toothbrushes and toothpaste are not provided, so it is recommended to bring your own toiletries. Lines 7 and 10 are only 5 minutes' walk from the surrounding area. Line 4 is about 15 minutes away. The 5th district is a Latin area, surrounded by universities, so it is safe! The hotel has access control locks, staff need to help open the door to enter! Breakfast is an ordinary western-style breakfast, bread, milk, eggs, oatmeal, sausage and cheese. A tax of 1.88 euros per person per night, which must be paid to the front desk when checking out. This Ctrip will also call you when you are in China to inform you that this tax must be paid to the hotel separately! The hotel provides free wlan, but the Internet speed is average, the room has air conditioning and heating. In short, the price is high!
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4.7/548 Reviews
Stayed at the B&B hotel for three nights while visiting Disney. Anyone looking for a cheap place to stay this is perfect. Hotel is spotlessly clean, really friendly staff, good sized rooms with comfortable beds and shower room. The hotel serves a simple dinner of pasta or pizza which is great, easy to order and quick to come. Breakfast is simple but just want you need at the start of the day. Tables were cleared quickly and everything very clean and presented well. We were worried about the shuttle overcrowding but there are a few services which only run from the B&B hotel and others which go to the other four hotels on the complex which makes it easy. We always got on a bus even if it was busy and never had to wait long! Lockers are available to store luggage if your arrive before your room is ready or check out early. We will be back on our next disney trip!
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4.6/5113 Reviews
For the first time in a hotel model, the century-old building is said to be a historical cultural relics protection unit in Paris, so it is completely banned. My old cigarette can only smoke in a small yard. Miss Luo is very enthusiastic, let us have the feeling of going home. There is a black guy in night shift who speaks Chinese very well. He said that he read a book in Guangzhou. In the morning, the girl named Marty also speaks Chinese. There is no problem at all, and at the same time give us a lot of advice on the tour, much stronger than those that are not reliable. It is very convenient to exit the subway 50 meters away. This area is a safe place for French people to live in. The room is big enough to be the floor-to-ceiling glass window in Europe. Our bedroom is very close to the yard, so the living room is a bit noisy. It is highly recommended to add a Chinese breakfast. It is really not suitable for those cheese breads, and it is better to have Chinese TV. If you have the opportunity to come back to Paris, you will still come to the Paris Residence.
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