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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
Very well laid out and informative exhibition including low level displays aimed at younger children.
Very good demonstration by a young frenchman who was happy to perform in English (and good)
This is on a par with the chocolate experience in York
Worth the 14 euros we paid (11 without the hot chocolate after)
The church Saint-Vincent-de Paul is not so far from our hotel so to begin our day trip, we visited this church. It is a very big church with beautiful wall painting everywhere. I love the ceiling. It is absolutly recommended when you're in the area of Gare du Nord.
We have tried on several occasions to see the interior of this church but have always found it locked, despite it having a prominent position on the Boulevard de Magenta. Above the west door is a beautiful painted tympanum, but we would love to see the interior.
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.
Firstly, I must start this review by saying that I am quite shocked with many of the bad reviews on here. Especially with regards to not being able to get in. I don’t think you should review if you have not been able to experience it in its entirety. It is very small (which adds to the experience) and most...
Saw this place on tripadvisor. Visited it on a friday evening around 6PM on my way to Gare Du Nord. The street is very busy with load of small (food)-shops. All different kinds of people passing by. A nice sight.
The people form the restaurant were very very friendly. Smiling during every contact I had with then over dinner. Very...
€€ - €€€ • Steakhouse, French, International, European
reviewed yesterday by DemiHale1
Found this Parisian restaurant on Trip Advisor, made a reservation thru “The Fork” and got 20% off. I had a veggie burger ( a mashed sweet potatoe with lettuce and tomatoe on a bun ) that I didnt care for, my companion had the Argentine Steak - the food was good not great- but the service was excellent!! Our waiter...
We are so happy we found this amazing Italian! The service was top notch.. the food was excellent.. the veal was so yummy!!! Its very quaint very authentic and wish we had this restaurant where we live! Will go back when visiting...
What a great small place
We truly enjoyed our days in this Hotel. Small Hotel with great concept (Trains).
Rooms are small, but that is normal for Paris. Cleanliness and service are outstanding, besides the great design.
Can highly recommend.
We recently spent a week at the Renaissance Republique and found it very enjoyable. The location is outside of the main tourist area of the city, but very close to a metro station, so it is about a 20-30 minute trip to the main attractions. It's also a quick walk to both the Marais area and Canal St-Martin, where there...
We travelled by Eurostar to Paris for the 14th July celebrations and wanted somewhere to stay close to gar Du Nord. This hotel was one of those really good finds. We did not expect the standard we got. The room was beautifully clean, everything worked and we got a great night's sleep. Even the Air conditioning did not keep us...
"Great location though with a feeling that the area is a bit dangerous esp. at night"
reviewed 1 week ago by pierrfra
We took the 2-level top floor family apartment which has a very comfortable size, two bathrooms and an amazing view over le Sacre Coeur from the small window on the second level. Very nice and welcoming staff both in the morning and in the evening, who favored a very good start (also thanks to a simple but richly varied breakfast)...
This hotel is just in front of the Jacques Bonsergent metro which is where you get off to find the best pastries at the famous and much loved Du Pain et des Idées. It is also just round the corner from Aussie-French brunch heaven Holy Belly, and walking distance to Republique where we had dinner at the excellent Bistrot de...