There are plenty of reasons why the Gare du Nord region of Paris is one of the best places to find a hotel in the city. The international train station runs services to places like London, while the metro connects the area to many of the most popular parts of the city. There are also some major Parisian sights close by, including La Villette and Montmartre.
There are many hotels around Paris Gare du Nord, but the quality and value for money varies greatly. Therefore here at TravelMag we have eliminated the rest to bring you the best five. Considerations such as price, comfort, modernity, facilities and previous guest reviews have all been taken into account.
Privates from €138/ night
Just a few minutes on foot from Gare du Nord and only 15 minutes from Montmartre, Helussi Hotel is very much in the thick of things. There is wifi throughout the hotel, and rooms are ensuite, and are fitted out with hairdryers, air conditioning and a flatscreen television, with satellite access. But the biggest attraction of this cosy, unerringly popular hotel, is the onsite sauna, which is free to guests. Breakfast can be purchased for an additional fee and enjoyed in the room.
Privates from €236/ night
There are all sorts of little extra touches at the Hotel le Rocroy that make it stand out from the crowd. These include the pool table, shoeshine service, onsite snack bar or perhaps the bright, and the modern ensuite rooms. This hotel can even arrange a baby-sitting service for anybody wishing to have a night to themselves in the romantic city. The hotel is just two minutes from the main entrance to Gare du Nord station.
Privates from €140/ night
The ibis chain has long provided dependable, mid budget hotel stays across the world. There are a good number of ibis properties across Paris. Of the two close to Gare du Nord, this hotel is the best in terms of value and is a great option for families thanks to its indoor play area and selection of board games. Aditionally, all room prices include a full buffet breakfast. There is a bar onsite and plenty of restaurants in the locale. Soundproofed rooms have air conditioning, hairdryers, free wifi and air conditioning.
Privates from €157/ night
The Anjou Lafayette embodied Parisian chic like few other hotels do. Housed in a building typical to Paris, the contemporary interior is given a stylistic primp by an art exhibition of Fasnibay’s work. The décor of the rooms is charming without being gaudy, and the rooms boast plenty of facets, such as a minibar, ironing facilities, radio, TV and free toiletries. There is also a small outdoor children’s play area to keep them distracted or to wear off some of the buffet breakfast energy, available for an additional fee.
Privates from €147/ night
Although, at 12 minutes on foot, it’s a little further from Gare du Nord than some of the other options here, the Hotel Palm is one of the comfier and more popular hotels in this part of Paris. It also has very competitive prices and the rooms tend to be spacious. Rooms are en-suite and come with a tea and coffee maker, iPod docking station, flatscreen TV and minibar with free soft drinks. Breakfast is optional for an additional fee.