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The neighbourhood around Chateau d’Eau is an often overlooked part of town whose vibrant streets are great for a refreshing change. Long known for its immigrant population, this multicultural neighbourhood's fabric has been enriched by communities from India, Pakistan, Arab-speaking countries, and Africa. Explore its colorful twists and turns from the Passage Brady (known for great Indian restaurants) to the Boulevard de Strasbourg.
Eat, see, and stay in Chateau d'Eau / Gare du Nord
A relatively new attraction to Paris, it is a nice stop on any tour. Good for a family and good for a quick stop; easily done in an hour's time. On a main thoroughfare and near the metro, the store-front museum is two floors of the evolution of chocolate, agriculturally, nutritionally and culturally. A particularly interesting part of the exhibit...
As you're approaching from the distance it looks like a big beautiful church. As you get closer you'll note that it is quite dirty with some trash and almost looks like it is closed forever. But don't be fooled, go through the gates and enter the doors on the side and you'll be rewarded with a beautiful church that is...
Not as nice as Porte Saint Denis but just a block away. This arch is simpler and smaller in size than its brother a block away. If you’re in the area I would recommend seeing both. Many train station are located nearby so it is an easy stop and there are many inexpensive restaurants around the area.
The only catch is how to get in :-) Note at the door says "closed" or "open from 20:30, but full". We waited for 5-10 minutes to be noticed in front and it was so worth it. The food is like homemade. Lady doesn't speak any English but manages to make you feel great. The place itself is really small...
$$ - $$$ • Steakhouse, French, International, European
"Restaurant was was great, but don’t book by theFork"
reviewed 1 week ago by TravelerFromTokyo
Inthe restaurant, everything as great! Food good , service friendly, nice wine.
But I made the mistake of booking by theFork. They say 50% discount on the website and only if you read the confirming email do you discover that it doesn’t apply to drinks or set menus. Not really honest.
Appetizer, steak,glass of sauvignon blanc, nice bottle of Feurie,...
$$ - $$$ • Pizza, Italian, Mediterranean, European
"This is a PIZZERIA"
reviewed 1 week ago by Richard P
Ok. To start with, this IS ABSOLUTELY NOT the 3rd best restaurant in Paris. I mean, get serious. Also, in spite of the listings an "italian restaurant," this is basically a pizzeria, with focaccia and some sandwiches.
Having noted those two points, I must say that they are very good at what they do. The pizzas were excellent. We had...
The hotel staff were very helpful, the hamam was lovely and just perfect after spending the day exploring the city. The location is very good as only 2 minutes away from the station and also very close to the bus stop. We would definitely be coming back again.
Thank you very much for a great stay, nice welcome amenities, a personalized card with having a look on the stay history worldwide before. This i a really nice and personal touch.
Thank you for a great hospitality and a really nice front desk Team
Charming boutique hotel with lots of amenities for a hotel of this size including a small gym in much better condition that some at big corporate hotels in France
Breakfast is fresh and delicious
Hotel is a 4 star with a family run hotel feel.
Room are tastefully designed in contempotarary style yet not too trendy ... bathroom a tiny...
Last minute trip booked for the weekend for both of us. Anna at the front desk was fabulous. Speaks English and was very friendly helpful. Answered all of our questions and nothing was any trouble. Hotel is spotless and clean and in a great location, 15-20mins walk from Gare du Nord. Close to a couple metro stations including République (5mins...
The WiFi connection bounced a lot during peak hours. Late at night the WiFi worked good. I recommend to look into a possible router/ circuit saturation issue during peak hours. This will give business guests a better experience at your hotel.