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Paris Montmartre Apartments in the 18th Arrondissement

We provide a wide range of outstanding short-stay properties to match your needs in the vicinity of Montmarte. Paris’ 18th arrondissement is comprised of quiet, hilly streets that sometimes give way to panoramic views of the city below. You’ll also find a vibrant nightlife scene, along with a wealth of historical sites. Montmarte is perhaps best known for the artistic advancements that took place here in the early 20th century, but modern life in the 18th eme is every bit as fascinating and fun. You’ll find our most popular Montmarte apartments below, as well as a link to all apartments in the 18th arrondissement.

Most popular Montmartre apartments

Goutte d’Or Guest house II Paris

Price per night from € 58

Charismatic one bedroom apartment in a guesthouse, for two people, located close to the iconic Sacre Coeur in Paris’s vibrant quarter of Goutte d’Or.
Lepic Apartment Paris

Price per night from € 91

Located in the delightful Montmartre district, this lovely, bright and welcoming 1-bedroom, 4 person apartment provides the ideal setting for your holiday in Paris.

Montmartre tips

Transportation to Montmartre

From Charles de Gaulle (CDG) Airport, the easiest option is the following:

  • By RER B Train. These trains depart every 10-15 minutes from 5 am to 12.30 am.  You can take the RER B Train all the way from Charles de Gaulle Airport to Gare du Nord, which is within walking distance of much of the 18th arrondissement.

From Orly airport station you have the following options:

  • By OrlyVal +RER B Train. From either Orly station take the OrlyVal train to the last stop (Antony). Here, hop on the RER B train towards Paris (Aéroport Charles de Gaulle). These trains depart every 4-7 minutes from 6 am to 11 pm. Get off at the Gare du Nord station, which is within walking distance of the 18th arrondissement.
  • By OrlyValRER B Train, and Metro. Take the OrlyVal metro to the Antony stop, where you can catch the RER B train towards Charles de Gaulle Airport. At the Gare du Nord station, transfer to Metro 4, which leads directly to the Montmartre neighborhood.

From Gare du Nord you have the following options:

  • Metro. Metro Line 4 from Gare du Nord leads directly into Montmarte, offering easy transfers to Metro Line 2 heading west, or Metro Line 12 farther to the north.
  • Walking. If your apartment is in the south of the 18th arrondissement, you will most likely be within walking distance of Gare du Nord. If you have extra baggage or are arriving at night, consider taking a taxi.

Montmartre parking

Several of the easiest parking options in Montmartre are:

  • Goutte d’Or, 10/12 rue de la Goutte d’Or, 950m from Sacré-Cœur, 650m from Gare du Nord
  • Grand Garage de Clignancourt, 120 rue de Clignancourt, 100m from Boulevard Ornano
  • Parking Clichy Montmartre, 9 Rue Caulaincourt, 90m from the Montmartre Cemetery

Montmartre tips for food

Food in Montmartre is unrivaled, whether you’re sampling international cuisine at one of hundreds of quality restaurants, or stocking the kitchen in your self-catering apartment. When you stay in any of our Montmartre apartments, these food stores and restaurants are easily within reach.

Montmartre food stores:

  • Carrefour, 17 Rue de Clignancourt
  • Naturalia France, 118 Rue Caulaincourt
  • Dia, Rue Dejean
  • By Orsel, 48 Rue d’Orsel

Montmartre restaurant tips:

  • Soul Kitchen, 33 rue Lamarck. A bright, intimate bistro serving fresh, imaginative dishes to an enthusiastic mix of friends and locals.
  • Le Petit Bleu, 23 rue Muller. A charming hole-in-the-wall serving excellent Moroccan cuisine at bargain prices.
  • Au Bon Coin, 49 rue des Cloÿs. Maintains loyal clientele by providing a friendly atmosphere and ample portions of lovingly prepared Southern French cuisine.
  • Le Moulin de la Galette, 83 rue Lepic. Fans of modern painting will certainly recognize this sun-kissed garden setting, and everyone will love the authentic French cuisine on offer.
  • Coq Rico, 98 rue Lepic. The Parisian restaurateur’s take on rotisserie chicken thrives with an upbeat atmosphere and delicious, gourmet poultry dishes.

Montmartre tips for drinks

  • Le Kremlin, 6 rue André Antoine. A taste of Moscow with a Parisian twist, serving vodka cocktails and Baltika beers amidst a playfully drab selection of Soviet furniture and decor
  • La Divette de Montmartre, 136 rue Marcadet. A hip and friendly bar with table football and live music on weekends.
  • Grand Hôtel de Clermont Bar, 18 rue Véron. Old-school and a bit eccentric watering hole near the Abbesses metro stop.
  • Le Supercoin, 3 rue Baudelique. Offering a wide variety of highly palatable craft beers to a young and international crowd.
  • Karambole Café, 10 rue Hégésippe Moreau. Delicious tapas and carefully curated DJ sets in a pleasantly unpretentious atmosphere.

18th Arrondissement – Montmartre

Located towards the north of Paris’ city centre, the 18th arrondissement is home to the staggeringly beautiful Montmartre. This extremely romantic district rises up out of the ground some 130 metres above the city and commands incredible panoramic views from its summit. Montmartre is famously admired for its pretty white domed Basilica of the Sacré Cœur that sits on the top like a gleaming cherry on a huge cake. Historically Montmartre has attracted all kinds of creative people drawn by its excellent light and relatively liberal laid back attitude. Most notably Salvador Dali, Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Claude Monet and Piet Mondrian all set up studios at some time in their early artistic careers. You will surely adore exploring the delightful winding streets and lanes enchantingly littered with pretty cafes, bistros and unusual gift shops.

18th Arrondissement Highlights

The summit of Montmartre can be accessed via various means of transport. You could hop on one of the many buses which wind their way around the hill on their way to the top. Alternatively the quickest way up is via an ingenious funicular railway that departs from its base station just a five minute walk to the north from Anvers metro station. The journey takes only a matter of minutes but will spare you an initial steep climb. This option however still requires some effort on your part as you have to continue your journey to the summit via a huge flight of white steps. At least you have the option to take the slightly more leisurely side-winding stairs if you so wish. The views across the city of Paris from the top are simply stunning and make the journey’s climb more than worth your trouble.

The streets that adorn the foothills and summit of Montmartre have a certain romantic vintage dreaminess and it is no surprise to learn that it was chosen as the filming location of the internationally popular French movie Amelie. You will be amazed at how little set dressing was necessary here. Indeed you will feel as though you have stumbled into an actual scene from this most charming film. If you are an Audrey Tatou fan then you may like to seek out some of the buildings and locations used. There are many movie fan websites that can provide you with the actual addresses if you are interested in seeing them all.

Montmartre has boasted a well established night-life for centuries. It is home to the popular cabarets Le Chat Noir and the Moulin Rouge. There is nothing more Parisian than a night out at one of these fabled establishments. The latter is of course the birth place of the famous French Can-Can and was immortalised by the painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and later Hollywood. A visit here will provide you with some truly energetic cabaret that’s concept has remained fairly unchanged since 1889 – feathers, sequins, dazzling sets, original music and of course stunning show-girls. When you emerge from Blanche, the nearest Metro station, head straight for the giant revolving neon windmill and enjoy an exhilarating night out like none other.

An area worth exploring from one of our Montmartre apartments!

Montmartre must sees

  • Sacré-Cœur is more than just an historic basilica, it also affords a unique panoramic vista and a busy picnic spot for locals and visitors.
  • Montmartre Cemetery, in the east of the 18th eme, is the final resting place of Edgar Degas, Alexander Dumas, and Francois Truffaut, among many others.
  • Musée de Montmarte (12-14 Rue Cortot) pays homage to the many artists who once boarded here during the district’s pre-WWI heyday.
  • Le Moulin Rouge (82 Boulevard de Clichy), one of just a few remnants of Montmartre’s golden age of burlesque, is a must-see landmark for any fan of cabaret.

When you stay in one of our Montmartre apartments, you’ll be just minutes from all of these exciting attractions!

Sacre Coeur Basilica at night. Paris, France.