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Total lie and fake pictures have been shown in booking.com. Never do booking in this hotel and area (Saint-Denis). We forced to stay outside the hotel more than half an hour. They didn't allow us to park our car even though we already paid in advance. I believe this potential delay cause the robbery as there were too many suspicious people who going in/out of the hotel. Among those people three of them snatched our bag which includes cash, our passports, debit cards, car and household keys. We couldn't resist as they are three of them and we have young kids including 7 months old baby. There were CCTV camera as well but Hotel management didn't allow us to watch that footage. Police came after 20 mints but they didn't do anything. Police were in a very light mood and 1st thing they said, "Welcome to Saint-Denis, you don't it likes a NYC of France." We went to our rooms. It looks so scary, without ventilation and fan/AC. Very tiny and dirty room and we were on 4th floor. The parapet were not safe for young kids. Also they gave two rooms which entirely on different locations and not easy for us to go from one room to other. Also rooms were very dirty and tiny space between the beds. We were already so scared from robbery and the hotel location, we got more panic to see the hotel situation and their rude attitude. We decided to leave that hotel immediately. We left the hotel in the same hour at midnight and never back to this hotel. Our plan to visit Eiffel tower were ruined and we couldn't see any place in Paris. Very noisy place as some permanent stayed people in some rooms.
Small smelly dark rooms that open onto a courtyard old school motel style. I would say it needed decorating but I think demolition would be more appropriate. It is in an area best described as third world. We prepaid for the room and breakfast in a bit of a hurry and did not research well enough, but upon seeing it chose to go elsewhere loosing the £170 we had spent on it. Unless you think F1 hotels are the height of luxury do not book this hotel.
There was something about the Eurohotel Paris Nord, something that made it unforgettable. Perhaps it was lack of ventilation in the overheated ovens that were called rooms or maybe it was plaster crumbling off their walls. Possibly it was the cigarette burns decorating the bed linen or maybe the sound of shouting that lasted well into the early morning each night that we were there. More likely it was the deep sense of hopelessness with which we began our holiday on arriving at the establishment and seeing all this for the first time. Don't stay here...ever.
I went to this hotel with my family; there were 16 of us including very small children and our experience was appalling! Rooms were dirty, there were people very visibly abusing drugs and we saw women being paid outside of rooms (most likely for prostitution). My family’s room looked as though someone else had just slept in it and there was a distinctly strong smell of some type of drug. On top of this, there were other “visitors” hanging around outside of rooms, smoking drugs and patrolling the area - the entire scene was intimidating and frightening for my children (the youngest being only 2 years old!) Upon realising how atrocious the environment was, I went to the front desk and spoke to a man called ‘Sayeed’ about receiving a refund. Booking.com (the website we booked this awful hotel through) clearly stated a refund could be issued, however Sayeed was incredibly rude and came across as purposely unhelpful. He did not empathise with our situation in any way - a family of 16 now had to seek out another accommodation last minute - and he refused to offer any feasible solution. After speaking to a representative at Booking.com we were advised to take pictures of our rooms; by that point we had given back our room keys and Sayeed was refusing to let us back into any of the rooms. At this point in time we are still awaiting a refund and had to book another hotel. Overall, the experience at the Eurohotel was terrible, please do not consider staying there!
When Air France stranded me in Paris for a night, I quickly and unexpectedly had to find a hotel. Since all of Paris was booked for the summer, I was glad to find a room at the Eurohotel Nord. However, it turned out to be the worst hotel I have ever stayed in — I’ve stayed in plenty of youth hostels that were better than this hotel!!! Rooms are tiny, dirty and smelly. The area is downright scary and unsafe. I have never felt so unsafe in my hotel room because there was no lock to speak of on the door. Since it is motel-style and has an (echoing) interior courtyard, it was pretty loud at night. In short, it was one of the most uncomfortable, scariest and worst nights I have ever spent in a hotel! Staff was friendly, breakfast was OK, but I think it is more suited to the Russian youth groups that were sleeping there than to adult travelers. Do not stay there unless you have absolutely no other option, and definitely do not stay there if you are a female traveling alone.
Three things I look for in a hotel cleanliness,breakfast ,friendly staff, all these were meet.The metro station line13 is only about 5 mins walk away .WiFi not working in rooms , work fine only in lobby. If you want luxury you have to pay for it. I feel we got value for money for the price we paid. will be back for sure!
Myself, my husband, father-in-law and 5 year old daughter booked this hotel last minute due to being offered tickets for the six nations rugby match between France and England. This is not a hotel, I would have booked if I’d had any other option. However due to the late booking, there were not many other hotels in the area that were available and less than £200 a night. Location was good to the Stade de France, about a 15 minute walk. Hotel had parking which cost €8 a night. It has a basement car park which is dark, dingy, dusty and quite confusing to find as it’s signage is all for the ‘Sovereignty’ hotel which I assume is the hotels prior name. We booked a quadruple room and it was very cramped, where we had to rearrange some of the beds just to open and close the toilet/shower room door. But it was clean and quiet. Also, none of the plug sockets seemed to work either with our British plug adaptor, which meant charging phones etc was a problem. The hotel is dated and tired and takes very little pride in it’s decoration in its interior rooms or exterior walls etc. We paid £150 for the ‘privilege’ of staying here! 🙈 Considering the night before we stayed in a Premier Inn in Dover, for two double rooms of usual good Premier Inn standard rooms and paid £99, it was quite a hard pill to swallow. We weren’t expecting much as it was rated a 2* Hotel, but we were expecting a little better than this. To top it all off France beat England in the rugby too.
We had a corner room which was spacious clean and comfortable. The towels were changed daily. The reception staff were lively, pleasant and helpful. Breakfast featured a wider variety of items at the buffet than usual in this type of hotel. The suburban tram system has two lines just outside. One takes you to the train station in two stops where the RER train will take you to central Paris in a faster and more pleasant way than the always packed out metro line 13, with the nearest station five minutes walk through the rundown part deserted pedestrianised retail area.
Would not recommend if you want a peaceful time in Paris. Drove to Paris and arrived in the early hours, expected to catch up on sleep however, they rent the conference rooms out to religious groups that will make noise for up to 4 hours. So had no rest, staff were unsympathetic when we complained. Very small rooms, the bedding smelled and the rooms did not seem very secure. Stayed for 2 night and not on any night did I have a good night the second night another visitor decided to have a very loud phone conversation (I could hear the response of the other person on the call) for more then 45 minutes. When it was mentioned to the staff they seem not to care. Would not rate this hotel.
This hotel is purely basic in everyway. If your looking for a place just to sleep then this hotel is ideal. Its minutes away from the metro and rer and there is a tram stop just outside the hotel. The rooms need updating however the bed was clean and so was the bathroom. The breakfast is ok and will fill a hole. The staff were friendly. I only recommend this hotel if your only want a place to rest whilst visiting Paris
Saint Denis Basilica is a short stroll from Eurohotel Paris Nord, and other popular attractions like Stade de France are within a mile (2 km). This 108-room hotel has a restaurant along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and a conference center.
Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is available for a fee.
Guests can expect to find free WiFi and 16-inch an LCD TV with cable channels. Other standard amenities include a private yard, free newspapers, and a desk.
Guests of Eurohotel Paris Nord enjoy free WiFi in public areas, a conference center, and a library. Self parking is available for EUR 8 per day. The front desk has multilingual staff standing by 24 hours a day to assist with tours/tickets and luggage storage. Additional amenities include free newspapers and a terrace.