Hotel National

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

216 rue du Faubourg Saint Denis, 10th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75010, France
Faubourg 216 - 224
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51%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
3%
7
Very Good
18%
35
Average
30%
59
Poor
18%
36
Terrible
29%
56

Value Score Average Value

Costs 39% less but rated 37% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families23
  • Couples26
  • Solo17
  • Business26

More about Hotel National

Walk the side street...

by Maranello575 about Hotel le Warwick

Just a few steps from the Avenue Champs Elysées, this perfect hotel awaits you. Luxury rooms with exquisite service. Ofcourse, in the end the bill tells the difference... A few steps off the Champs-Elysees and Arc de Triomfe, in the very heart of the Parisian life, surrounded by the most prestigious boutiques of the Faubourg St-Honor and Avenue Montaigne.

Fontaine Trogneux. 11th.

by pfsmalo

This fountain originally built here in 1719 to supply fresh water to the faubourg area, was rebuilt in 1807 and renovated again in 1963. Supposed to have been redone in 2008 but the photo shows it clearly has not. The sculptures depict dolphins, a lions head and some pagan animal with 3 heads!!!! The name of the fountain is from a faubourg "brewer", and makes you wonder what came out of the fountain!!!!!

The fountain is found at no. 61/63 rue du faubourg St. Antoine.

Closest metro is Ledru-Rollin.

Luxury Antiques!

by Geisha_Girl

Certainly not a place for antique bargain hunters, it was still such a pleasure to stroll along the antique shops on La Rue Faubourg St. Honore on a cool, misty Autumn evening.

Pizza Grill Istanbul

by Muarrij

Pizza Grill is a wonderful and friendly restaurant on the Rue Du Faubourg in Central Paris.

They have a large selection of turkish foods and Pizzas with meat!

Def worth the try! Especially if you want something quick!

Designer stores - for most...

by pinkpuffclou

Designer stores - for most budget travelers it really is off the beaten path. My friend and I loved walking in Rue Faubourg - St honore , just window shopping and looking into the windows of top designers stores !

Photos

Entrance from faubourg St. Antoine.Entrance from faubourg St. Antoine.

Courtyard 95 faubourg St. Antoine 75012 Paris.Courtyard 95 faubourg St. Antoine 75012 Paris.

an elegant yet casual lunch at L‘Angle du Faubourgan elegant yet casual lunch at L‘Angle du Faubourg

Forum Posts

Sugar Free?

by SummerSCSA

This is probably going to be a very stupid question, but I need to get it out there, lol. I would really like to bring home some chocolates and other sweets from my upcoming trip, and I'd also like to try some sweets when I'm in Paris, but I can't have sugar. How difficult is it to find sugar free products? I'm noticing that a lot of sugar free products are popping out where I live (Los Angeles), but I have no clue if it's a global thing as well. I'm not diabetic, but I can only have a very small portion of sugar before it makes me ill. Thanks.

~Summer

Re: Sugar Free?

by Sjalen

Hi Summer!

Seeing as you're asking...no it's maybe not a GLOBAL thing but definately a western European. However, I can't speak for France. I just now that here in Sweden, we have a few low-sugary products for you even if you're looking for "goodies". But yes, usually you need to look for diabetic products in the supermarket shelves or in cafes.

Re: Re: Sugar Free?

by mariev

Hi,
Generally speaking, you will find than Europeans products contain much less sugar than their North-American equivalents.
Apart from the diet shops and the supermarkets, where you can find sugar low or free products (some even in the not-diet shelters like yoghourts or sweets) in Paris
Some 'classical' chocolatiers have sugar free products :
Roy, 27 rue de Longchamp has a range of low/no sugar chocolates
La Maison du Chocolat, 225 rue du faubourg saint honore or 8 Boulevard de la Madeleine has low sugar chocolate (i don't know if they have sugar free)
Leonidas has a range of sugar free chocolates (i don't know if all their stores have them, but i'm formal for the one Avenue Mozart)
If, like someone i know, you don't tolerate sugar but are OK with honey, you can find delicious sweets at Les Ruchers du Roy, 37, rue du Roi de Sicile.
Hope you will find something you'll like and can eat without worries.

Re: Re: Sugar Free?

by SummerSCSA

I'm not sure if I can handle honey. It's something I should test before I go to Paris, because it would suck to get sick there, lol. Thanks for your tips, I'll definitely check some of them out!

Re: Sugar Free?

by Beausoleil

Most sugar free candies sold in America are not sugar free. They have different kinds of sugar in them, such as Mallitol or Sorbitol. Not only are these sugar, they can cause diarrhea which is not fun when you are traveling. For some reason the US government doesn't require these to be called sugars (even though they are) so manufacturers are labeling them as sugar free. Check your labels.

You might be better off purchasing very good quality European dark chocolate which is naturally lower in sugar. French chocolates are usually labeled as to the amount of cacao in them, e.g., 70% or 45%, and anything over 60% would probably be fine. My favorite is Valrhona 71% chocolate and you can buy it in most hypermarches. In the US you can find it at Trader Joe's. (I'm from LA too.) 8^>

Accomodation

by Bilyana

How's this location for accomodation? Is it close enough to everything, or should I forget about it?
230 rue du Faubourg Saint Honore.
Thanks guys!
PS. I asked similar question before, but now I know exact address, so please help!

Re: Accomodation

by rattay

You can use mappy.com to find where it is..which i just did. and it's near the Av. de Champs-Elysees. It's a fine location. And don't worry, the subway in Paris goes everywhere! (if you put the mouse over the metro symbols on the map, it tells you what the name of each station is)

Re: Re: Accomodation

by ruxi

Whaoo! it's quite an impressive location.

Rue du Faubourg Saint Honore is one of the most chic streets in Paris; it's got lots of embassies and consulates on it, loads of fine boutiques (like Jean Paul Gaultier, Chloe, Gucci and many others).

It is paralel with Champs Elysées and very close to it; in the very heart of Paris (although Paris has many city centres) what else do you whant to know?

Re: Accomodation

by CALSF

That location is in the Faubourg St. Honore one of the wealthiest neighborhoods.

To get an idea of what your building looks like go to Pages Jaunes and insert the address and city code (75001). You get to see what the street(s) look like nearby your building.

Paris to London

by ardeni

Hi,
Can anyone help me this, what is the cheapest way to go London from Paris ? I had checked the Eurostar, its too expensive for me.

I only need one way because I got ticket to fly from London to Berlin .

Help meeeeeee, big thanks !
Deni

Re: Paris to London

by loisl

Fast, cheap and easy??
Easyjet:
http://www.easyjet.com

Have fun in Paris

Best regards
Peter, aka Loisl

Re: Paris to London

by NYCDoll71

Hello....
You should try Ryan Air or Easy Jet.... they are really cheap, reliable and you'll get there much quicker than the train.

http://www.easyjet.com

http://www.ryanair.com

Let me know how it goes....

Colleen aka NYCDoll71

Re: Re: Paris to London

by ardeni

Hi all,
Yap, I have checked the Ryan & EasyJet, it still out of my budget though, I probably want to go London on 19/ Dec or 20/ Dec.

Anything else probably cheapest ?

Thanks,
Deni

Re: Re: Paris to London

by mariev

Hi,
Maybe you can try a bus/ferry solution
www.eurolines.com

Re: Paris to London

by hawkhead

www.eurobusexpress.net Buses go daily from Paris Gare de l'Est, rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin to London Victoria Coach Station,leaving Paris at 22.00. Single adult fare is £34, between 13-26 years fare £31. However, there is a promotional fare with no days restriction of £17 one way - tickets must be booked 7 days before departure date.

Re: Re: Paris to London

by ardeni

Hi all,
Thanks for the feedback.
I managed to got a fly ticket from paris to london one way , only 60 Euro by BMI. I think thats the best.

Thanks,
Deni

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Address: 216 rue du Faubourg Saint Denis, 10th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75010, France