Residence de Bruxelles Paris is situated in the eighteenth arrondissement and is just a 3-minute walk from Barbes -Rochechouart metro
Residence de Bruxelles Paris is situated in the eighteenth arrondissement and is just a 3-minute walk from Barbes -Rochechouart metro station. The property can be reached in a drive of about 20 minutes from Charles de Gaulle Airport. The popular Moulin Rouge, Galeries Lafayette Haussmann and Musee de Montmartre are within 10 minutes drive of the hotel.
The hotels 28 contemporary rooms feature bright colours, wooden flooring and comfortable bedding. Guest rooms are air conditioned and come with telephone, satellite TV and free Wi-Fi access. Shower, hairdryer and requisite toiletries are provided in en suite bathrooms.
Guests can stay connected with the outer world through complimentary Wi-Fi access available all across the premises. Other conveniences include multi-lingual staff and luggage storage.
Begin the day with a fresh Continental breakfast served each morning by the hotel. After a long tiring day of sightseeing, guests can enjoy some sparkling drinks at the on-site bar. Offering a wide array of vegetarian and non-vegetarian Indian dishes, Navel Restaurant can be reached in just 7 minutes by foot.
Catch a glimpse of the imposing Sacre-Coeur Basilica, hardly a 15 minute walk from Residence de Bruxelles Paris.
Facilities offered in Residence de Bruxelles Paris :
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 2 PM, Check-out Time is 11 AM.
Cancellation Policy Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please check the Fare policy associated with your room.
Extra Bed The inclusion of extra bed with a booking is facilitated with a folding cot or a mattress as an extra bed.
Payment Mode You can pay now or you can pay at the hotel if your selected room type has this option.
User rating & reviews
Read about experiences of fellow travellers who have stayed at this hotel.
EXCELLENT 8 reviews
VERY GOOD 34 reviews
AVERAGE 46 reviews
POOR 24 reviews
TERRIBLE 65 reviews
30 May 2018
So. Many. Men
Ok, listen. I'm an American woman in my early 30's, traveling with my French husband. This was my first time in Europe. We booked this hotel for one night initially, so we were just looking for something cheap in Paris where we could sleep. Ended up staying for 2 nights because the train strike delayed our departure for the next leg of our trip. Here's what went down at Hotel Residence De Bruxelles:
Right out of the gate, I'll say that the man at the front desk was LOVELY. He's really doing his best, and he's very kind and helpful. The elevator was broken when we arrived, so the man at the front desk mercifully carried my giant suitcase for me up to our top floor room. We went up winding staircases, down unlit hallways, and just kept climbing until we got to the "3rd" floor, which is really like the 5th.
Our room was basic, as you'd expect for the price- a bed, a rack for clothes, and a bathroom. Since we were on the top floor, the ceiling had an aggressive slant to it, but it made for *kind of* a cozy atmosphere. The bed was made up in a way I had never seen before- there was a flat sheet instead of a fitted sheet on the bottom and it was tucked and rolled up over the pillows, on which there were no pillow cases. Under the bedspread, we found that the blanket appeared to be something like one of those fleece blankets that sometimes have pictures of tigers or wolves on them. Anyway, I slept in FULL clothes and socks with a t-shirt over the pillow and tried not to touch anything because I have a thing about hotels even when they look clean, and this did not.
There is no A/C (which I expected), so we slept with the window open and were treated to the all-night yellings of the absolute throngs of men gathered outside the hotel, day and night.
The bathroom was... something. The shower was about the diameter of a playground tube slide, and was cut off at about shoulder height (I'm 5'9") by the slanting ceiling. I struggled to use it without falling out, and I honestly have no idea how my husband managed to even close the shower door behind him.
What the shower lacked in size was made up for in the little toilet alcove, which was a normal width, but offered an inexplicable 5 feet of leg room in front of you when sitting down to do your business.
The men outside that have been mentioned in other reviews are truly a very real thing. There were maybe 2 women on the whole block. Other than that, the place was SWARMING with men, standing around, looking and acting creepy. All of my husband's friends raised their eyebrows when they heard that he brought his wife to this area. Apparently, the creepy men of Barbes are known far and wide. Do not stay here if you're a woman traveling alone or a group of women who are unprepared to deal with the entire reason for the American #MeToo movement, in the form of a Legends of the Hidden Temple-style obstacle course, all on one street. Because there are men everywhere, hopping out from around corners in all directions.
That being said, it's really well located (super close to Montmartre), and it's definitely affordable.
Just be sure to bring your own hand soap.
Friends getaway Traveller
17 Apr 2018
BAD PLACE DONT GOTHERE !!!!!!
very very place to sat at..
do go there if you want to have fun in your vecation
bad sevcie and very dirty place
a lot of homles aruond the hotel and very very very noicy
dont go to thet place !!!!!!!
08 Apr 2018
Lack of the basics
Stayed here for 5 nights over Easter. Slightly worried on arrival as the area seemed very seedy with men stood about in groups and it’s right next to the railway line.
Given room on 5th floor overlooking the railway so very noisy all night and the lift wasn’t working for entire stay.
Ran out of loo roll so left empty tube on the closed lid expecting maid to replace it but no, we had to ask! Next day, dirty towels removed but only one replaced. Again had to ask for towel. Next day there was no hot water so endured a rather bracing shower.
So, if you want a cheap place to stay it’s ok. It was clean and warm. But room very tiny, tv on wall was size of an iPad and and whole place needs a good overhaul.
Would not stay again - in fact we cut our stay short.
Friends getaway Traveller
08 Apr 2018
Average, get what you pay for
We stayed in this hotel for 3 nights and I should say it was not bad. The room was clean and had the basic things like hair dryer, shampoo and Wi-Fi. The Staff were helpful and friendly and ready to help. The location was good and Mont Marte Church was only five minutes from the hotel on foot. It's close to several metro stations like Anvers and Barbes which makes it easy to reach the city center and all the attractions but the area was a bit crowded and even if you came back late at night, there were a lot of guys mostly black but it was not dangerous at all because they didn’t have anything to do with you and they were talking with their friends, therefore ignore all the reviews that tell you, you have to run to the hotel because it is not safe. It also had a kitchen that we could use for free for making tea and having food.
The bad things about the hotel is that Lobby and Corridor could be cleaner. There was a horrible smell in the lobby because of the toilet and they should seriously fix it and the Kitchen could be cleaner. In general, if you are looking for a budget place to stay in Paris, I recommend this hotel.
Friends getaway Traveller
08 Apr 2018
“Good stay, Good value for mon....
Staff were helpful. It's close to Anvers metro. Room was clean. For the money you pay, this is a good option in Paris. It had a kitchen we could use which was great. On the map the area might look far from from the city center but it is actually close and you can get there very quick by metro.
The area is not the best, but you'll feel safe, ignore the reviews that tell you, you have to run to the hotel because it is not safe, they scared us a lot too but although the area is not nice, it is safe. There was a horrible smell in the lobby because of the toilet and they should seriously fix it. Kitchen could be cleaner.