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Sacre Coeur Apartment

A word of caution about this apartment. The neighbours told us that it is illegal to use this property as a rental for tourists as it is a residential colony. Apparently, they have complained several times about the owners.

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About Sacre Coeur Apartment

Welcome to Montmartre! Our apartment is located at the foot of Montmartre Hill, only 15 minutes walk from the Sacr Coeur.

Our apartment includes a bathroom with a bathtub and a kitchen, as well as digital TV and unlimited Internet access. The property is very safe and includes intercoms and an elevator, so you dont have to carry your bags up stairs.

This apartment is ideal for groups travelling together! Enjoy Paris with your friends!

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Conditions

Check-out: 9am to 12pm.
Please contact the manager at least two days ahead of your arrival to arrange key collection. Our general office hours are from 2pm to 8pm. Arriving on time is the only way to get your keys, unfortunately, so please dont underestimate time spent at customs and transport.

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135 Rue du Mont Cenis

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This is a Trusted Review. Why?

A word of caution about this apartment. The neighbours told us that it is illegal to use this property as a rental for tourists as it is a residential colony. Apparently, they have complained several times about the owners. Though as the tourist, you hold no responsibility of this, we still had the lingering fear of the police dropping at the doorstep and knocking us out anyday (Thankfully, that didn't happen!).

What further does not help is that you will be asked to pay up all the money on the very day of arrival - which is all very well, as per the terms of the net payment. But the supposed 'owner' who met us on our arrival gave us neither any identity proof, nor a receipt. We were quite rudely asked to either cough up the money or be thrown out on the street. A tourist in a foreign land, of course, has little option in such cases.

That said, the apartment is a nice, clean one. 2 bunker beds and 1 single bed in a room makes for an occupancy of 5. But there were just 2 of us so we were quite comfortable there. It has a well supplied kitchen, and a bathroom. There is free wi-fi so thats always a plus!

Overall
4
Location
4
Cleanliness
5
Value
5
Facilities
5
Service
1

This is a Trusted Review. Why?

Located just a block from the Porte de Clignancourt subway station, it's very easy to access all of Paris if you don't mind taking the metro. I, being a woman, wouldn't wander around the neighborhood at night, but it's nice during the day, with at least three marchées nearby with great fresh produce and a fabulous boulangerie right around the corner. All of the store owners were very nice and helpful when I needed it (although I did speak French, which probably helped).

I noticed that some people had issues getting the keys when they arrived, but we had no problems at all - we got here 15 or so minutes before our appointment and he was already waiting for us. Sheets were provided at our request, although we did have to go out and get more toilet paper. Some reviews that I've seen were disgusted by the cleanliness (or lack thereof) of the apartment, but other than being previously occupied by someone rather hairy, we didn't really have any complaints. You get what you pay for, and we certainly weren't paying for a four-star hotel.

I'd recommend it, but only to those who are on a tight budget/with a close group of friends. If you can afford it the extra couple of euros/night, find something closer to the center of town, if only for convenience's sake.

Overall
4
Location
3
Cleanliness
3
Value
4
Facilities
3
Service
3

This is a Trusted Review. Why?

I had to go from Porte Clignancourt to Voltaire to pick up the key, despite the fact that we had an appointment. There were no proper bed linen although I had specifically asked for that.
The apartment is very small, the beds are squirky and the kitchen isn't exactly fully equipped (bring your own knife to cut with). There was no toilet paper and no washing-up liquid.
But...
you actually get what you pay for. The apartment is extremly cheap compared to others.
the location is ok, close to the metro in an area that's a bit up and coming (though I'm sure it will take a decade until it's a thoroughly decent area)
the materials are fresh and easy to clean while you're there.
your'e not in Paris to hang around in an apartment.

Overall
2
Location
3
Cleanliness
3
Value
3
Facilities
2
Service
2

This is a Trusted Review. Why?

it is 5 minutes far from subway station, but the area that is located is really a bad area. there are a lot of strange guys around there!
when we arrived, the apartment was terribly dirty! we should argue so much to persuade the French guy ( who could hardly speak English) to clean the apartment!
and the worst thing: the toilet was out of order! we had a terrible time there! I strongly warn you to avoid staying at this horrible apartment!

Overall
1
Location
3
Cleanliness
1
Value
2
Facilities
2
Service
1

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*  The Customer Satisfaction score is based on a combination of ratings from Travellerspoint and external websites. The score of 73% for this property is based on ratings provided by 9 guests.

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