Bellevue Hotel

, Paris, France
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Bellevue Hotel

, Paris
3 star

Rooms: 36

19 Rue d'Orsel - Paris - 75018 - France |
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Good value for money

from Ann162
I agree with the previous review that one would not pay 150 euro per night for a room here but the rate paid via LastMinute for 3 nights b & b and Eurostar of £101 I thought very reasonable. I would say it is the responsibility of LastMinute to point out the 100 euro deposit. The receptionist said it was against French law to take a deposit against a credit card, the normal practice in UK.
Our room was very clean and well maintained. It had a hair dryer in the bathroom and plenty of very hot water for showers. This hotel is very conveniently placed with plenty of restaurants within minutes. We had a breakfast in the hotel and have no complaints. The staff were friendly and helpful.

t paying the full tariff

from Michelle1810
My friend and I booked a trip through lastminute for two nights in Paris return on the Eurostar. The accommodation was at the Hotel Bellevue that was rated three stars. The hotel is about 15 minutes walk (if you have a map) from Gare du Nord Station and very easy to find. It is about 5 minutes from Anvers Metro Station and less than 5 minutes from the famous Sacre Cour. The location was probably the best thing about the hotel. The staff member who greeted us was French Canadian and fairly helpful (she was able to change our room from a double to a twin and to tell us where we could go to eat etc), the older French man who we later dealt with was not so friendly. Upon arrival we were able to leave our bags there as we were early - they did however not have a secure storage facility for them. We also were not informed by 'last minute' that there was a cash only deposit that needed to be paid for the room upon arrival - the hotel would not accept a credit card. We had to ask for extra blankets after the first night as we only had one each as well as a sheet and were too cold for January weather and the mattress' were very lumpy which made for an uncomfortable sleep in any case. The walls in the rooms were very thin and we were woken both nights by people coming and going. The room was very small (but very clean). You are not allowed food in the room and although breakfast was included in our deal we opted to eat elsewhere. If you wanted to use the hairdryer or remote control for the tv (there was only one channel in any case) you had to pay a deposit again before you could have them. We got a pretty good deal through the internet so it was not so bad, though the regular twin tariff was 150 euro - I would have been very disappointed had I paid that to stay there. The hotel is a 2 star at the best in my personal opinion and aside from the location I'm positive you could get better value for money elsewhere. Upon leaving when we wanted reception to phone a taxi to take us to the train station they were going to charge us an additional 5 euro to do so - we decided to get the metro. I would not stay here again if I had the choice.

Awful Hotel

from A TripAdvisor Member
I stayed there last weekend. The rooms are very basic, no tv remote, rear view is disgusting and the sheets had holes in them, avoid this place.
The streets outside are covered in dog excrement, filthy. The shops in the surrounding area are just for the local immigrants, the just sell very cheap tacky rubbish and materials for making there own clothes.
The Sacre coeur is just around the corner, but be warned of the Africans hanging around trying to sell you stuff, they are very intimidating and will not leave you alone.
Overall, thats my last time in Paris, what it has become in 15 times an utter filthy dump in the suberbs. The Lourve, Eiffel, Champs Elysees are nice, but you will find you will have to travel through awful train stations to get there.
Dont go!

Grand for a weekend!

from Dav_666
Spent 2 nights in this hotel in Jan 2006, hotel was rather nice in a characteristic part of Paris. Room was basic but clean. One piece of advice; avoid breakfast, spent 40 minutes waiting to be served at a table which had not been cleared since the previous people due to a slow, incompetent person, unable to manage a handful of people in the breakfast room. On the other hand the staff at reception were pleasant and helpful. Would reccomend this hotel and staying in this part of town.

re on a budget

from A TripAdvisor Member
Stayed here during our trip to Europe...we were trying to stick to a budget, so we chose a cheaper place. Our room cost 95euros a night, and was a little better than what I'd imagine a hostel to be. It was old, very outdated, the hallways were dim, and the elevator was nothing like I've ever seen before - it looked like a closet, and would barely fit our stroller inside. We ended up walking up and down the stairs and carrying the stroller, baby, and luggage up and down. It was clean, but just really needed some renovations and new furniture. The bathroom looked like it had recently been renovated. No shower curtain (but I heard this was common in France).

Stayed in over 100 hotels worldwide - this is the worst.

from A TripAdvisor Member
Worst hotel I've ever stayed in and I've stayed in some dives in Thailand and India.

Firstly,this hotel can not be three stars,I'd give it two and that's generous. Naked bulbs,room was dirty and had an awful stench. Toilet was full of hairs.

However,as you've probably read the worst thing about this place is the manager. He really must hate his job and feel it's not good enough as he treats guests like livestock. The rudest person I've had the misfortune to meet,happy to give credibility to the stereotype of Parisians being unspeakably cold and rude.

Do yourself a favour and don't stay here,the hotel industry doesn't need people like this abusing their position.

I checked out after three hours.

taste of the real Paris

from A TripAdvisor Member
A taste of real Paris. Stayed here this September on a 3 night stay. lovely bustling street with lots of stalls spilling onto the street selling materials and cloths. Not easy to find the place as there is a tiny sign but once you are in it's very pleasant. The manager speaks fluent English and the breakfast room means you have to meet and chat with your fellow guests. Typical Parisian breakfast of croissant and coffee. My room was a good size and overlooked the street, although there was virtually no traffic. Everything looked pretty new but was sparsely furnished and was a bit bland. I think it's more for us Brits looking for an experience of the real Paris - our American cousins seem to want large anonymous hotels. This was good value for money, and perfectly acceptable.

the worst hotel I have ever stayed!!

from A TripAdvisor Member
The worst hotel I have ever stayed in. Really do not reccomend!! Unpolite staff(Manager), bad room, bad breakfast, bad location, dirty...Never again...

Avoid at any cost

from The_Truffles
If you are the sort of person that likes arriving at 1730 hours to find their room not available for check in (accompanied by no apology), or who likes having your own purchased food in their room eaten by the cleaning staff whilst you are out, or who relishes having to pay 20 Euro for a deposit on a remote control, is prepared to wait 30 minutes for delivery of "breakfast" (by breakfast read "a croissant, small piece of bread and a lukewarm coffee"), who can sleep on a pillow the size and depth of a hand towel and who can put up with the resolute indifference of staff behind the front desk despite you speaking a good standard of French, then this is the hotel for you.

On the upside, the breakfast room is a great way of meeting tourists from all over the world, since you rapidly form food co-operatives and barter with each other with your limited breakfast rations of milk in exchange for bread or coffee with your neighbour.

Terrible, but clean

from A TripAdvisor Member
We had a teeny, tiny room facing the street, which was very, very noisy. There were no lampshades on the bedside lamps, and when I brought it to the Manager's attention, he said they were in the process of buying 50 lampshades. The teeny pillows seemed like childrens' pillows, while across the street there was a store having a big sale on pillows. They should have gone over there.

Breakfast was a crouissant, bread and jam. There was no decaf coffee and the linens were covered with paper towels.

Upon asking the Manager a question regarding the Anvers Metro station, I smiled at his answer, and he went into a rage, telling me that what he said had not been funny.

There was no remote with the TV and if you want one, you have to deposit 10 Euros.

Never again!

Top Local Tips for Paris

Using the metro The metro is a fast and cheap and easy way of getting round the city. My advice is to buy a travel card or a 'carnet' of tickets, this is a book of ten tickets for just under 11 Euros. If you buy these you don't have to worry about finding change for the machines or waiting in the queues to buy them over the counter (which at the larger stations can be huge).

WHAT A FABULOUS TRANSPORT SYSTEM Pay attention to the train terminal & get on the right side of the platform - EASY

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  • Address: 19 Rue d'Orsel - Paris - 75018 - France
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