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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
As you're approaching from the distance it looks like a big beautiful church. As you get closer you'll note that it is quite dirty with some trash and almost looks like it is closed forever. But don't be fooled, go through the gates and enter the doors on the side and you'll be rewarded with a beautiful church that is...
Eating at La Petite Rose des Sables is like going to your grandmother's house for Sunday dinner. She doesn't stop giving you food to eat, handing you presents and fussing over you in the best possible way. We came here on our first night in Paris and left feeling welcomed and absolutely delighted. The food is simply delicious and very...
"Good food but you might need to ask for extra spice depending on the dish"
reviewed 2 weeks ago by Neil N
Ate here on my first night in Paris and the food was really pretty good, I had the traditional lamb curry, could have done with more spice but the description did say it was lightly spiced and I'm sure if I'd asked they would have obliged.
We were nervous to eat out on our first night in Paris but needn't have been at L'Ardoise Gourmande. They have an English menu on the back of the French menu and the staff are happy to converse in English. We went with the 2 course set menu for €25 which included a glass of wine (the white option was...
Eating here was a brilliant culinary experience! The suggestions made by the staff were informed, and quite frankly, perfect.
I'm not a huge fan of the atmosphere outside (or Paris in general), but the food rarely disappoints.
I would give this my strongest recommendation!
Can't wait to dine here again!
"Recent enjoyable visit to the Renaissance Republique Hotel"
reviewed 3 days ago by Troy W
We were originally booked at this hotel for eight nights. We had a Junior Suite on the third floor. When you alight from the hotel elevator on your floor the hall lights immediately light up to brighten your short walk to your room. Once we entered the room I slid my room key into a thin slot, at the entrance...
My partner and I stayed in September 2017. Our stay in the hotel was pleasant and the location was excellent being a short distance from Gare du Nord and not much further from Gare de L'est.
Staff were pleasant and helpful however we did have an issue with the TV that took 4 calls to reception to fix.
A little cosy hotel served by few employees who work as receptionists and perform all other duties like preparing breakfast and helping with carrying luggage. They are helpful and provide excellent support when inquired about anything. It is clean with good housekeeping and reasonably maintained. Our room was at the sixth floor where the elevator reaches only the fifth floor...
staff very friendly, nice design hotel, very cozy space, the bedroom was very nice also. I recommend it. the breakfest is OK, and the facilities are new so everything is very fresh. I recomend it to everyone
everything perfect, nice decoration of the rooms, could sleep with open windows, choose a room to the courtyard, walking distance to Gare de l'est and Gare du Nord, only downside not so safe neighborhood.