Hotel Paris Nord

4 rue de Dunkerque, 10th Arr., Paris, 75010, France
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hotels in strasbourg st. denis

by javed

i will be in paris for business and i want to stay in the area of strasbourg st. denis due to easy access to my work around that area.
can any1 suggest me a good, descent, clean medium hotel in that area.
also, when i come on eurostar to gare du nord, whats the best way to reach st. denis by metro

Re: hotels in strasbourg st. denis

by nygaston

You can rent here:

Rue St Denis is not a very nice area.
it's better if you can stay at Republique, Chatelet or Opera: more good choice for hotels !

Re: Re: hotels in strasbourg st. denis

by nygaston

2Bis bd St Martin 75010 Paris
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Re: Re: hotels in strasbourg st. denis

by nygaston


Rates from 50 to 100 Euros.

HOTEL Paris Nord

by nygaston

You can book here for 60 Euros:


by nygaston

You can check Citadines, they have clean apartments : or

Short term apartment rental for your journey - Aparthotel in Paris paris-short-term-apartment-rental.html


by javed

thanks for all the help..i checked up all the hotels you mentioned...i think i will be in hotel paix republique..will check it up when i get there later today.

Travel Tips for Paris

Go to 'Le Violon Dingue' on...

by fdkingpin

Go to 'Le Violon Dingue' on 'Rue de la Montagne Ste-Genevieve', near the 'Pantheon' and stay up late enough to walk back home passing in front of Notre-Dame and City Hall! Just out of time!!! I was truly 'somewhere else'!!! And history is perspiring through every building!

If you visit the Sacré Coeur,...

by Tinuvielle

If you visit the Sacré Coeur, you'll have this impressive view of Paris! I just couldn't imagine how big it is!! Plus, the streets around the church are nice to walk, there are artists painting or selling crafts.

Food Markets

by TexasDave

There are dozens of areas in the city dedicated to purchasing fresh food. Locals still practice the custom of buying in small quantities daily. There will be stalls selling fruits, vegetables, meat, and seafood; plus bakeries and places preparing ready-to-eat dishes (sort of like take-out).

One that was close to our hotel was Rue Poncelet, of which I took the pictures below.
Other more famous markets are: Rue Cler, Rue Mouffetard, Rue Montorgueil, Marche St. Germain, and Marche Raspail.

The French are largely...

by coast2coast

The French are largely patriotic, so learning a little about their language and culture goes along way. It helps a lot if you can speak a little French. You don't need much. A simple Merci ( thanks) Au reviour ( bye ) and c'est combien ( what does it cost ) will do for starters. If want to impress them , add Monsieur or Madame with the merci or Au reviour. The extra bit of courtesy goes down really well. Please note it is not unusual for a sit down meal to last two hours or more. For the French, eating is a serious business, so sit back, watch the French and enjoy your meal.

cimetiere du pere lachaise

by scrappydook

this place is absolutely incredible and if you're even the slightest bit interested in cemetarys you must visit!
i visited on a sunny afternoon with my boyfriend (who lives in paris and is my walking talking guide!), i imagine it would be even creepier at sundown but unfortunately we didn't have the time. some of the tombs are like houses! you wonder what these people did to deserve such things (or how much money they had)! jim morrisson rests there, although unfortunately tourists have broken into many of the tombs near his grave and written graffitti all over them :(
please shout at these people if you see them!
you can see everything from small, simple gravestones, to an enormous pyramid, a mini notre dame, a man breaking out of his grave, vampires, countless stained glass windows and even a few statues of owners with their faithful dogs! i am going back for a full day there. there are benches for sitting on (don't sit, stand, or in fact do anything on the tombs!) and water fountains dotted about the place so bring a bottle as there's some uphill walking involved if you really want to explore. i took countless photos but this one is my favourite.


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