Agoda Hero Banner

Find hotels in 14th - Tour Montparnasse

270 vacation rentals and hotels available now

11 best hotels in 14th - Tour Montparnasse

Star rating
Review score
Our top picks
Lowest price first
Nearest to
Best reviewed
Hotel Montparnasse Alesia
14th - Tour Montparnasse,14th - Tour Montparnasse - View on map
"This hotel is located in a pleasant residential neighborhood in Montparnasse and can be reached from Gare du Nord train station directly on the line 4 metro. Shops, restaurants, and grocery shops are nearby. The hotel has seven stories. During my stay, the elevators were not working so I had to walk seven floors to my room. I enjoyed the breakfast buffet which provided a variety of food in a cheerful breakfast room at a reasonable price."
Show more
8.2

Excellent

120 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 115
Hotel Campanile Paris 14 Maine Montparnasse
14th - Tour Montparnasse,14th - Tour Montparnasse - View on map
"The hotel's main feature is its location, a 10 minute walk from Tour Montparnasse and many other sought after places and well served by transportation hubs. The hotel is a little more lived in than the pictures, but we slept well and the public areas are well kept. Staff largely very helpful, apart from one man on overnight reception who gave me the impression that he'd rather be elsewhere. Overall, value for money."
Show more
8.3

Excellent

491 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 109
Hotel Atelier Montparnasse
14th - Tour Montparnasse,14th - Tour Montparnasse - View on map
"The hotel is nice for the money and location. Located in the 14th Arrondisement, you have the Tour Montparnasse tower which is I believe is a 40 something story building where you can go to the top and see most of Paris. If you from the USA and places like NY or Chicago or Bosron that wont impress you as we have buildings 2x that size all over those cities. Also cemetery Montparnasse is nearby. You are pretty much between two metro stations on the M13 line. Closest one is Pernéty about a minute walk and the second one is Plaisance which is about a 4 minutes walk. Once you get out the hotel either make a left or a right and you run into either one. It's about a 10 minutes walk to the major station Gate Montparnasse where you can get the trains to other parts of France and more metro connections throughout the city. Staff is extremely helpful and always with a smile on their faces. They do speak English and try their best to help English speakers to the best of their knowledge. Lots of places to eat around Like a boulangerie across the street, a Japanese place and other places. A supermarket like a 4 minute walk if I want to buy some things like water to store in the room and a pharmacy. For a bigger assortment of places to eat walk to the Gare Montparnasse where you will have lots and lots of more restaurants to eat. I would definitely stay there again for the price and and the staff. The rooms are small but expect that in Paris. I've seen smaller rooms. Only two things I don't like. The first one is you have to give the key to the front desk each time you leave the building. I've kept it a few times and just left with it. Second, which is the worst they don't have do not disturb signs. I had the favor of having a staff walk in my room as I lie down in my boxers and say sorry as she saw me and me extremely upset and disgusting. She managed to put a small box of chips and a bottle water on the mini fridge and "slipped" away. THEY NEED DO NOT DISTURB SIGNS. Mo"
Show more
8

Excellent

229 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 112
Hotel Berkeley
14th - Tour Montparnasse,14th - Tour Montparnasse - View on map
"It takes about 30 min to reach the heart of Paris on foot, and this is your chance to see the beautiful Paris outside the crowded Louvre-and-Notre-Dame streets. But the best piece - Montparnasse tower is just a few steps away! Wake up early in the morning and eat your breakfast on the 56th floor of Europe's former highest skyskraper!!! You'll get you "petit dejeuner" (continental breakfast) for 15 euros, and from Montparnasse tower your experience of the Eifel Tower and the whole of Paris is uncomparably moving, inspiring, unforgettable!! remember to take your camera! My Paris is most beautiful from the 56th floor of this restaurant, Le Ciel De Paris, the Sky of Paris. You'll have a sit in the front row enjoying both the Eifel Tower, the futuristic panorama of Paris, breakfast AND absence of queueing to the Eifel Tower. Montparnasse Tower offers also a 360-degrees tourist platform to view the city. As I said, it takes you about 30 minutes to walk to paris center. You walk through Luxemburg gardens and other typical Parisian streets. You walk to Invaled through Blrd Montparnasse. These streets are full of restraunts with very acceptable dinner prices. Or walk to the Paris center and take a coffee in the sunlit cafes along the road watching Parisiens go to work. Good shopping!! Galleries Lafayettes are on the other side of the street/hotel and in a street nearby you have a number of other shops like Zara, Etam and the like. The stuff of the hotel is very freindly. Wi-Fi on my phone worked perfectly and smoothly. Room and bathroom cleaned every day. Carpet on the floor, which I love. A little bit far from Louvre-and-Notre-Dame streets, though. But Montparnasse Tower - Berkely Hotel is worth staying just to be able to eat breakfast at Montparnasse Tower. Metro station is a few steps away from the hotel, and here you can take a RER train to Versaille."
Show more
7.9

Very good

207 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 126
Terminus Orleans Hotel
14th - Tour Montparnasse,14th - Tour Montparnasse - View on map
"1. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Our room was cleaned everyday. We were also very grateful to the front desk attendant who helped us secure a last-minute reservation for the Moulin Rouge cabaret at a competitive price. 2. The hotel is literally a stone's throw from the metro station, and about a 15min metro ride from the main tourist areas. 3. On weekends, there's a local market set up on the opposite street, where you can get cheap and fresh produce."
Show more
8.6

Excellent

232 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 97
Hotel Acropole
14th - Tour Montparnasse,14th - Tour Montparnasse - View on map
"I recently stayed here with my boyfriend. Never stayed before but the hotel we usually stay in was fully booked. We were instantly very impressed with the look and feel of the hotel, especially for the price we paid. Staff on the reception desk were always friendly and helpful. We were delighted with the room, especially the very sizeable bath room with bath tub/shower. Tea/coffee/TV/safe/hair dryer etc were all provided in the room. Fresh towels each day. There are loads of bars/cafes/restaurants etc just outside, and the Metro (Line 4) is literally just outside the hotel doors! Easy access to all Paris attractions, especially Notre Dame and the catacombs. Overall, an exceptional hotel...definitely worthy of 4 stars. 10 out of 10, would recommend to anyone! "
Show more
8.8

Excellent

137 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 128
Hotel Lenox Montparnasse
14th - Tour Montparnasse,14th - Tour Montparnasse - View on map
"We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Lenox Montparnasse and will definitely return. The area of Montparnasse was one we had not frequented before, and it is very pleasant, filled with charming street cafes and brasseries, mainly patronised by locals. From the time of our booking, the hotel staff were very helpful and offered us the opportunity to upgrade (for a small fee) to a Junior Suite with balcony, once they knew we were going to be on our honeymoon. We took the upgrade and loved our room and the balcony overlooking the street. The location was very convenient - on the corner of Rue Delambre is the Vavin Metro station (line 4), which we took each night to the Latin quarter, emerging at St Michel station, right in the thick of the action on Boulevarde St Michel. At the other end of the street was another Metro station (Edgar Guinet, I think) which we took to the Tour Eiffel. Parfait! The hotel's buffet breakfast was an optional extra, but well worth it. The staff were courteous and always willing to help - making a confirmation call for us gave us instant peace of mind. The only problem we encountered was in accessing the free in house movies on our room TV - it took 1 day to fix. However, we loved the Lenox and can certainly recommend it highly to those wanting a boutique hotel with Parisian charm, at a reasonable cost."
Show more
8.5

Excellent

93 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 180
Hotel Odessa Montparnasse
14th - Tour Montparnasse,14th - Tour Montparnasse - View on map
"Great location, clean room and bathroom, very courteous staff. Location just near gate Montparnasse . Lots of cafes and restaurants , theatre, cinema. Weekend markets ( artists market) "
Show more
8.4

Excellent

111 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 155
Waldorf Montparnasse
14th - Tour Montparnasse,14th - Tour Montparnasse - View on map
"Hotel Waldorf Montparnasse is a fine, well maintained little hotel about a block and a half from Gare Montparnasse, where we arrived from Bordeaux, anticipating an early flight out of Charles DeGualle Airport the following morning. With just one night in Paris, we were able to meet friends for dinner, get a great night’s sleep in the hotel’s very comfortable (Firm! Yay!) beds, and arrange to catch a shuttle that stops at the hotel to CDG the next morning. The location was perfect! Staff was friendly, hotel very clean. We highly recommend! "
Show more
8.3

Excellent

181 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 149
Mercure Paris Gare Montparnasse Hotel
14th - Tour Montparnasse,14th - Tour Montparnasse - View on map
"We are family with 2 young kids and stayed at Mercure Montparnasse for 3 night. The room we stayed has 2 sofa bed which can fold up to make more space for children. The location is very closed to metro,grocery store and within around 15 minutes walk to Jardin de luxemburg park.There are many restaurants/cafe/creperie nearby. Overall Mercure Montparnasses is qgood."
Show more
8.2

Excellent

109 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 160
Hotel Montparnasse Alesia
14th - Tour Montparnasse,14th - Tour Montparnasse - View on map
"This hotel is located in a pleasant residential neighborhood in Montparnasse and can be reached from Gare du Nord train station directly on the line 4 metro. Shops, restaurants, and grocery shops are nearby. The hotel has seven stories. During my stay, the elevators were not working so I had to walk seven floors to my room. I enjoyed the breakfast buffet which provided a variety of food in a cheerful breakfast room at a reasonable price."
Show more
8.2

Excellent

120 reviews

Avg price per night
$ 115

Discover the neighborhoods of 14th - Tour Montparnasse


Just booked


Just viewed by other Agoda travelers


In and around 14th - Tour Montparnasse



More about 14th - Tour Montparnasse

The neighborhood became famous at the beginning of the 20th century when it attracted artists and writers such as Picasso, Hemingway and Fitzgerald as the heart of intellectual and artistic life in Paris. Political exiles such as Lenin and Trotsky also made the district their home, and left their mark on the area.

Today, the bohemian 14th is known for lively cafés and restaurants around the Boulevard du Montparnasse and the rue Daguerre, as well as the sprawling Cité Universitaire. There is a wealth of galleries and cinemas such as L'Entrepot lining the quaint cobblestone streets.

Built on top of the busy Montparnasse – Bienvenüe Paris Métro station, Tour Montparnasse is the tallest skyscraper in France. Its 59 floors are mainly taken up by offices, but there is a restaurant on the 56th and a terrace on the top floor with spectacular city views that are open to the public. The area is known for its traditional bistros and Breton crêperies.

One of the most colorful parks in Paris, Parc Montsouris is a large manmade lake and waterfalls surrounded by bronze statues and sloping lawns popular with students from the adjacent Cité Universitaire. An island in the middle of the lake is a sanctuary to 40 species of migratory birds such as wild ducks, geese and herons.

Open to the public, the Paris Catacombs are a network of labyrinthine tunnels that now house the remains of over 6 million burials. First excavated in the Roman period, the atmospheric dark tunnels contain neatly stacked piles of skulls and bones.