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175 rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris France
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#26 of 160 B&Bs / Inns in Paris
GreenLeaders Platinum level
EDEN LODGE PARIS is the only Parisian luxury ecolodge. Built in a large raised garden, this wooden house offers all the latest ecological innovations : renewable energies for a zero carbon house, Japanese toilets, tile purifying the air, terraces... Only 3 rooms and 2 suites in this amazing guesthouse. Luxury, calm and voluptuousness in the heart of Paris.
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Property amenities
Paid private parking nearby
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Bicycles available
Bicycle tours
Children's television networks
Baggage storage
Secured parking
Coffee shop
Complimentary tea
Special diet menus
Wine / champagne
Board games / puzzles
Non-smoking hotel
Shared kitchen
Shared lounge / TV area
Private check-in / check-out
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Room features
Blackout curtains
Air conditioning
Bottled water
Clothes rack
Laptop safe
Private bathrooms
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Bridal suite
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, French
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97Great for walkers
Grade: 97 out of 100
100Restaurantswithin 0.5 km
16Attractionswithin 0.5 km
43Reviews0Q+A1Room tip

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Go24554190567 wrote a review Dec 2022
This is a very good hotel and very grateful you please notify the appropriate person for their users please notify you can the good hotel deals more jobs the superb quality and I am helpful its,very nice and awesome thanks...
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Date of stay: November 2022Trip type: Travelled on business
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farflung wrote a review Nov 2022
uk27 contributions21 helpful votes
A real gem in a local area of Paris. Very well kitted out with some nice bespoke touches. The beds were very comfy and shower powerful. Quiet and set in nice garden courtyard. The area has good local restaurants and it is near the metro stop. Will be back.
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Date of stay: February 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Marcel L wrote a review Jul 2019
canada33 contributions42 helpful votes
We decided to stay one night at this ‘hotel’ at the end of a trip to Paris because of the reviews, and it’s relative closeness to the Gare de Lyon, which we arrived to by TGV. First thing to note: The hotel has no cooling system, so for stays in the summer when temperatures can be in the 30s, it’s not your best bet. The air in the upstairs common area was stuffy and hot. Our room was better because we could open the large floor to ceiling window, but there are lots of mosquitos (because of a dank, and dirty small pool / tub in the front yard ) and all the bees on the property, so opening windows is not a good option. The Dyson ventilator in the room doesn’t help- I don’t believe it’s a fan, maybe an air purifier? The property has no sign outside, and it’s easy to miss if you’re looking for a sign. Focus on finding red doors and the building number. To enter the property you go through a series of doors, all of which are opened by code. You must have a code to enter the doors and the code was emailed to us right before our stay. It is situated in the middle of a residential area, flanked by some residential mid-size apartment buildings with which it shares its entrance and some type of house on the right with which it shares its court yard. There are no elevators, so best to leave the heavy luggage at home. We got help from the receptionist to carry our bags up, but there was no one in the office the following day and due to a shoulder injury getting the bags down was challenging. When we were leaving at 9:30 am we didn’t know what to do with the room key as there was no one around, so we called the hotels main number and seemed to have woken someone up. The room was large and nicely decorated, and very clean, the bed was comfortable. There is a mini fridge stocked with fruit juices. There’s a safe deposit box. The breakfast was set out in the morning, and coffee was ready. There were fruits, croissants, bread, ham, cheese, yogurt and it was all quite good. All in all we found it to be interesting and different but not sure we would stay again.
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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MadsB wrote a review Jul 2019
Grottammare, Italy174 contributions105 helpful votes
Having had experiences with other establishments/hotels in the ‘I Love Eco Hotels’ Chain and by the looks of photos and the reviews on booking.com made for this Eden Lodge then I will have to say that the disappointment is quite high. The entrance is a large port from the street with a small sign on the wall next to the port. We stood outside for about 20 minutes before someone opened the doors for us. We had tried to call several times but no one was answering the phone. We tried to buzz on the door communication button but no one responded. From the photos it looks like you have this large beautiful garden space with nice places to sit outside, in reality its a small backyard garden with a minimum maintenance and not very inviting to use the garden nor the tables and chairs. The reception is a small room, outside the premises. Check-in was fine but it is not really a reception as such. The people handling the lodge seems to be living in separate building in the courtyard next to the lodge, appears to be a collective but I do not know for sure. It is surely not handled nor monitored by professionals more like a private guest home style. We got our keys and were let into the lodge which starts with a hall and stairs up towards our room. The first thing we noticed was the insane heat, basically this is a wooden build structure with glass windows as a roof, this creates a sauna like atmosphere. In compensation they had placed some sort of cold aired ventilator on top of the stairs with a short tube going out from it. So while the machine was creating a very light breeze of fresh air, the tube would be producing heat and the tube was about half a meter laying in the same room so imagine the effect of this machine which was running all day and making loud noise. This machine was standing about 3 meters from our room entrance. The room itself seemed ok, just do not keep the windows open, even if you are warm and trust me you will be warm, our room was boiling hot when we arrived. If you open the window you will be invaded by mosquitoes and they are aggressive! Room temperature when we arrived was 29.9 degrees and on the second day it was 30 degrees. There is an expensive dyson ventilator in the room but you can let it run all day and little will it change since it is not designed as an air-conditioner. No options whatsoever to lower the temperatures in the room. Also in the room we could as a minimum count two large spiders, the lack of attention is impressive. We were working from the kitchen room in the afternoon, this is the room where they also serve breakfast. By the look of the food stored in the fridges you could clearly tell that the maintenance of the place is left a bit to its own. You can have low or high standards when it comes to food but my logic sense tells me that storing food is done with care not by placing one plate of something wrapped over with cellophane on top of another dish of cheeses also wrapped in cellophane. There were other half opened package of food in the fridge. We had breakfast included but decided to walk 300-400 meter up a street to an organic store and buy our own breakfast and store that in the room mini-fridge. Coffee in capsules, both bio and fairtrade but wrapped in plastic containers and who really drinks coffee out of capsules in 2019??…people are looking for real coffee nowadays, freshly brewed. Despite taking care of our own breakfast, we went down around 8AM to take a tea and found no one there, nothing prepared and no staff anywhere. It seemed that the coffee machine was broken too. Good thing we did not rely on this place for the breakfast that I repeat was included. Approximative the staff presence in general. The bathroom is half part walk-in shower and half part zink and mirror. Sharing the same floor which eventually will flood over to the side of the zink and mirror. Also there is no ventilation so expect steam in your room. All in all this is not the place for us, despite caring a lot about the environment, rooms are sold for 200-300 EUR per night. If you sell rooms at those prices you are obliged to maintain a certain standard, maintenance of premises inside and outside as well as food preservation at a much different level. Comparing this place to some of the amazing properties under the ‘I love eco hotels’ then we are talking worlds and decades a part. I would not recommend this lodge and I will definitely not return, simply not worth the money, there is sooo much to improve in ethical standards, aesthetics, maintenance and staff management. Absolutely stunning what you can get away with in the name of ECO! You can be as sustainable build as you want but if nothing else is there, then I suggest to use it as a private home and not a lodge or expensive B&B. On booking.com they are described as the only Parisian LUXURY ecolodge. This is place here is a private cottage house, nothing else. I’m giving the lodge the low score because the impression they give you from the online images and description and the expectations we had to this place was far from being realized. We also based our expectation on the previous ‘I love ECO hotels’ experiences. We bear our responsibility in booking a place not suitable for our needs despite having a shared vision, therefore 2 stars and not 1.
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Date of stay: July 2019
Trip type: Travelled on business
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4 Helpful votes
ME171011 wrote a review Oct 2017
Stockholm, Sweden1 contribution2 helpful votes
We loved everything about Eden Lodge! The location is convenient enough with a great bus just outside that takes you to the Marais and onwards, and a subway station close by as well. The Hotel itself is charming, with a peaceful garden, interior designs inspired by the 50ies and 60ies, and smelling wonderfully of fresh wood. The beds are super comfortable and the bathroom was so beautiful that we had to photograph it... The breakfast is set up in the charming kitchen and is small but with everything you need (fresh coffee, bread, butter, jam, cheeses, ham, fruit salad, yoghurt and croissants...). Everything was of great quality and presented with love and care. The staff is equally lovely! A small word of caution - be sure to bring the codes for the two doors before you arrive, the staff will send it! We will definitely stay here again and we’d recommend it to anyone!
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Date of stay: October 2017
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Valdone K wrote a review Sep 2017
9 contributions3 helpful votes
It's little bit tricky to find it if you arrive at night time so you need to count on your navi :) Hotel is nicely hidden behind two massive doors. It's like a nice kindersurprise :) Very eco friendly hotel, nice and confortable design. Surprisingly big bath, surely for two :) Japanese loo! Clean, comfortable bed, realy good and rich breakfast. Friendly and helpful personell. Lot's of plases to eat or go out around.
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Date of stay: September 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Noisy Legrand wrote a review Apr 2017
Antwerp, Belgium121 contributions64 helpful votes
Wonderfully hidden behind an inconspicuous door lies this green oasis. Rooms are spacious and well equipped. Breakfast is far above Parisian standards and the hosts are impeccable. The lodge is located within 3-4min walking distance from the subway.
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Date of stay: April 2017
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TZLondon wrote a review Oct 2016
London, United Kingdom55 contributions70 helpful votes
We were contacted few days before our arrival by Frederique, the lady who owns the place. She gave us directions to the hotel and request our arrival time to make sure we were going to be very well welcomed. Upon arrival we found ourselves standing in front of an old red door. We called and she came out to greet us. After the Old Red door, there was another wooden door across the hall which she opened with a key card. When the door opened we entered a green Oasis in the middle of Paris. There is a massive Pine Tree welcoming you and plenty of more plants. On the left hand side this beautiful old house and at the back of the garden a Grand Design master piece (the building we were going to be sleeping in). The place was introduce to us from the common areas (lobby, kitchen, central garden) to our room upstairs. Great big room with the most comfortable bed, very clean and to our delight a massive bath that could have fit the both of us comfortably (although we didn't have time to try it) and the best of all East meets West..... a Japanese loo. I have never seen one of those out of Japan so if you have been to Japan you know what I am talking about... the top experience in loo visiting. The building has just been completed, smells still new. The breakfast was so French and beautifully served. Frederique is an amazing hostess. Always available but letting you go on your own time and space. We just wish we could have stayed longer. Highly recommended. Metro station is just about 5 min walk. It is not in the centre of Paris but it takes about 20 min by metro to get there. we loved the area as you can have a proper Paris experience with a market on Saturdays and all.
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Date of stay: October 2016
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: All rooms have views into an internal garden
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US$216 - US$339 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Eden Lodge Paris
Which popular attractions are close to Eden Lodge Paris?
Nearby attractions include One Hour – Live Escape Game (0.3 km), Room Rush (0.04 km), and Outland Bar (0.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Eden Lodge Paris?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and babysitting.
Which room amenities are available at Eden Lodge Paris?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and blackout curtains.
What food & drink options are available at Eden Lodge Paris?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and complimentary tea during their stay.
Is parking available at Eden Lodge Paris?
Yes, paid private parking nearby, secured parking, and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Eden Lodge Paris?
Conveniently located restaurants include La Réserve, L'Echoppe de Paris, and Notre Table.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Eden Lodge Paris?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and French.
Are there any historical sites close to Eden Lodge Paris?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Sainte-Chapelle (3.4 km), Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris (3.1 km), and Arc de Triomphe (7.3 km).
Is Eden Lodge Paris accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access, reduced mobility rooms, and facilities for disabled guests. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.