Hotels in Montmartre - Sacre Coeur (18 arr.)

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What you should know about Montmartre - Sacre Coeur (18 arr.)

If Paris is the sophisticated capital of restrained romance, Montmartre is the neighborhood in which the city indulges its passionate, creative side. Its steep, cobbled streets have been home to countless illustrious artists, as well as the birthplace of the Nouvelle Vague movement, and origin of the modern cabaret. This district offers travelers classic Parisian beauty combined with a unique artistic vibe—and all under the watchful eye of the Sacré Coeur, whose stark white domes stand majestically over the teeming hive of bohemian activity underneath.

Hotels in the 18th arrondissement

The beauty and character of hotels in the Montmartre reflect the storied history of the neighborhood, which has nurtured some of France’s greatest artists and writers. Budget Montmartre hotels abound and are renowned for offering the best value in all of Paris; check out the likes of Villa Montmartre for spacious, elegant rooms that won’t break the bank. Mid-range hotels in Montmartre are also plentiful; check into Le Relais, a charming, traditional 3-star hotel, or the 4-star Mercure Paris Montmartre Sacré Coeur. Both hotels offer real Parisian luxury in one of its prettiest neighborhoods at a great price.

Things to see in the 18th arrondissement

The Sacré Coeur Basilica, whose stately beauty somehow blends perfectly with the artistic vibe in the streets below, sits regally on the crest of Montmartre hill. Start climbing (or cheat by taking the cable car), and once at the top, explore the church itself before enjoying unparalleled views of the exquisite city below. Descend through Place du Tertre, former haunt of Picasso, getting your portrait sketched by one of his modern-day pretenders while sampling a crêpe au chocolat. Nearby, the oldest church in Paris, the St. Pierre de Montmartre, proudly boasts a history dating back to the 3rd century and is definitely worth a visit. And last, but not least, make your way to the Moulin Rouge theater. Embodying the restless artistic passion so characteristic of Paris’ quirkiest neighborhood, the glitzy late-night cabaret shows, with their beautiful performers and show-stopping choreography, are quite simply unrivalled.

Good for couples

The 18th arrondissement is the perfect spot for an intimate Parisian getaway, and you’ll find plenty of charming boutique hotels in Montmartre. Stroll through the meandering streets with your partner by day, and climb up to the Sacré Coeur with a blanket for some romantic stargazing at dusk. Wind the night up with a vin rouge in a cozy bar or dance together till dawn in one of the trendy clubs around the Boulevard de Rochechouart. Whimsical eateries like Café des 2 Moulins (featured in the movie Amélie) or Boulangerie Raphaëlle are perfect for breakfast à deux the next morning.

How to get to the 18th arrondissement

The RER B train connects Charles de Gaulle airport to the metro at Gare du Nord. Line 4 brings you to Barbès-Rochechouart, where depending on the location of your hotel in Montmartre, you can either get off or change to Line 2 and alight at Anvers. Those arriving into Paris Orly Airport can get the shuttle bus to Place Denfert-Rochereau and change to the Line 4 metro. The best way to travel in Montmartre itself and soak up its bohemian presence is on foot. The handy ‘Montmartrobus’ also circulates around the district, leaving from Place Pigalle and traveling up to the Sacré Coeur.

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