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Hotels in Paris near Paris Gare du Nord

Defined by its two bustling hubs, the Gare du Nord and Gare de l'Est train stations, the once-neglected 10th arrondissement is an eclectic neighborhood that’s swiftly becoming more popular with Parisians and visitors alike. The banks of the Canal Saint-Martin and the area around Place de la République are packed with up-and-coming cafés, bars, and restaurants, and the district is renowned for its dining and nightlife options. Tranquil canalside paths entice walkers, cyclists, and rollerbladers to come and enjoy the neighborhood's laid-back atmosphere.

Hotels in the 10th arrondissement


With two major train stations near your accommodation in the 10th arrondissement, the neighborhood makes a great base for your Parisian vacation. Hotels range from more upmarket properties to affordable, good-quality hotels and budget hostels. If you need a hotel near Gare du Nord, try the upscale Hôtel Hor, a 4-star establishment with a rooftop terrace and garden that’s perfect for unwinding. The Holiday Inn Paris Gare de l'Est is a stylish hotel near Gare de l'Est housed in an impressive century-old building. Travelers looking for a budget hostel in the 10th arrondissement should check out the simple but pleasant St. Christopher's Inn Gare du Nord, which has an on-site bar and restaurant.

Things to see in the 10th arrondissement


At the heart of the 10th arrondissement, the Canal Saint-Martin is a peaceful waterway winding through the neighborhood. Start your day at a canalside café like Holybelly and enjoy a leisurely brunch, then take a stroll along the canal banks. Spend some time browsing for Turkish sweets and treats around Rue Faubourg Saint-Denis: the 10th arrondissement is known as La Petite Turquie (Little Turkey) because of its large Turkish population. For an afternoon of entertainment, visit the Palais des Glaces (Palace of Mirrors) theater, which frequently stages comedies and children's shows. At the Place de la République, watch Parisian life go by, and listen to buskers and market traders vying for business. As evening approaches, wind down in one of the area's many bars or restaurants. Try Le Verre Volé, a tiny wine bar and bistro near the canal, for a taste of the neighborhood's “BoBo” (bourgeois-bohemian) atmosphere.

Good for travelers on a budget and foodies


The area around Gare du Nord and Gare de l'Est is a fantastic spot for travelers looking to experience Paris on a budget. Because the 10th arrondissement is a little bit further from central Paris attractions, accommodation is significantly cheaper, and hostels offer a basic yet comfortable place to lay your head. This diverse area is chock-a-block with affordable cafés, ethnic stores and restaurants, and “BoBo” bars. Foodies will enjoy exploring the arrondissement’s artisan bakeries and exotic grocery stores, with plenty of opportunities to savor a glass of fine French wine by the banks of the canal.

How to get to the 10th arrondissement


With Gare du Nord and Gare de l'Est nearby, it's easy to travel to the 10th arrondissement from the airports and other parts of Paris. If you're flying into Charles de Gaulle-Roissy Airport, take the RER B express train straight to Gare du Nord. The RER B also runs to Gare du Nord from Antony station, near Orly Airport. Charles de Gaulle Airport is closer for hotels in the 10th arrondissement, about 50 minutes away by car. The neighborhood is served by many metro lines, with major stops at Gare du Nord, Gare de l'Est, and Place de la République.

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