Overall the experience was great! The people at reception were lovely and very helpful. The breakfast was great and you was made to feel very welcome. Would definitely stay here again. One down side is the location, it felt as though the hotel wasnt in the greatest part of Paris... But it being my first time in Paris i was still very pleased with the trip overall
Traveller from London
This elegant and cozy Parisian boutique hotel, with its traditional façade, is situated in the north of Paris, 300 metres …More
The hotel is rather easy to get to as it's next to three major metro stations; Gare du Nord, Gare d'el Est, and Poisonierre.It's a 6 minute metro ride to central Paris and most of the monuments and museums.
The hotel is in a crappy neighborhood; a lot of refugees, homeless, and beggars line the streets as well as graffiti lined walls everywhere. But I don't buy hotel rooms for the neighborhood.
The actual room was tiny, if you're on the small side it's a great bargain. It's one of the few hotels that is under $50 a night with a private bathroom.
The service was excellent. The staff was able to direct me towards good restaurants and shortcuts to and from monuments. I was able to schedule taxis, shuttles, and wake-up calls without hassle.
Traveller from Savannah, NY
Situated in Paris, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Folies Bergere, Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris, and Galeries …More
Hotel was easy to find, a 15/20min walk from Gare Du Nord. Staff were extremely helpful and very nice. Hotel lobby was nice and clean as was the room. Check in was easy. Only fault with room was hair dryer was broken but staff replaced it straight away. Free coffee was nice in the morning as well! Would definitely return. Very affordable room rate and hotel is in good location if willing to use metro.
Traveller from UK
Behind an elegant Haussmann façade lies a modern Paris hotel, two kilometers from the Gare du Nord and Gare de l’Est train …More
Pocket Guide: Paris Gare du Nord - Gare de L'Est Hotels
This is an area of transit, with two mainline stations and a dozen Métro links. Gare du Nord is the terminus for Eurostar and trains to Charles de Gaulle Airport. The main sights are glass and fan museums and the 17th-century archways of St-Denis and St-Martin. Ethnic shops, markets and restaurants on Boulevard du Strasbourg and Passage Brady ('Little India') and lively cafés along Canal St-Martin make atmospheric diversions.