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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)
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.
one of the best pizza i have ever eaten. thin, home made style. tasty. yummy. it s different in a positive way. after pizza tiramissu is as good as the main dish. try it. worth it. nice place with very friendly staff (smiling lady}. would come back for sure
We had two pizzas, which turned out to be one of the best we've ever had. The tiramisu was tasty and the staff was pleasat.
It was a great experience and next time we're in Paris we're definitely going to go there again !!
$$ - $$$ • Steakhouse, French, International, European
"They got it all"
reviewed 3 days ago by André W
We found this restaurant on TripAdvisor. And it delivered what was expected and more. The service was excellent and the food was great. We both ordered the entrecôte and it was presented on the table after less than ten minutes.. whow... thank you for letting us take part of this excellent experience😁👍🏻 see you in Norway😉
The Whistler is an excellent hotel and a very good value. Our typically small room was very well equipped with all amenities. Exceptionally nice is the bathroom- very large with a huge two person shower. The buffet breakfast had plenty of variety and is served in a nicely appointed lobby area. We highly recommend this hotel!
Me and my boyfriend booked a whole weeks stay at the renaissance Republique to enjoy the scenic views of beautiful Paris. It's located in a really beautiful area, close to metros, shops and food restaurants all in walking distance.
Upon our arrival, the staff were so friendly and pleasant and were surprised to find out that they upgraded our room...
"First Class Mid-Priced Hotel in a Convenient Location"
reviewed 3 days ago by Kieron B
Excellent hotel with friendly, courteous and efficient staff. Rooms are well presented and larger than the standard Parisian hotel, bed is extremely comfortable and the bathroom/shower is excellent. Breakfast very good with a comprehensive menu. Very conveniently located a few minutes walk from both the Gare du Nord and Poissonierre metro. We will definitely return. Highly recommended.
I really appreciated the flexibility of the staff and their responsiveness. I changed my room during my stay and it was done very smoothly and with no problems. Fantastic and helpful staff! great customer service (do not be discouraged with surveys you are to receive before and after check in! this is just to make your stay remarkable) Very comfty...
Really good hotel. The receptionist are very welcoming and very helpful. The rooms are a little small but adequate and very clean. The bed is very very comfortable and also the pillows. The hotel is in a good area with a Metro 2mins away. Republic square is a 5min away and worth an evening stroll where there are plenty of...