Kyriad Paris 10 Gare du Nord3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Very cramped, not renewed for a long time, bad smell in the room, smell of food in the bathroom, cramped and dirty at breakfast. The breakfast was ok enough. Location ok.The first and last time I stay at this hotel.
Great location across from the Euro Star Station, St. Pancras. But the room was disgusting and the hotel was scary. If my husband had not been with me, I would not have stayed. We moved the desk in front of the door as we slept.
Best location for public transportation. We were a minute away from every train we ever needed (granted some required transfers). The hotel is worth it for the location alone. The only bad part was the air conditioning in our room didn't work, however that is no ones fault since we never complained to the front desk. We opened the window at nice and got a nice breeze. Upon arrival they held our luggage until we came back after checkin time. We appreciate that. The breakfast was very nice. As was the wifi. It worked very well. The bed was a bit hard, but it wasn't terrible. The rooms were decent. I would definitely stay there again
This room has so much insect ! The room don't have any air conditioning,so I have to open my window . Outside too noisy !make me can't sleep for few night . Not recommend people staying here. But there is a good thing which is the hotel near train station .
Returned from this hotel couple of days ago. Must say the location is excellent opposite gare du nord main train station. The staff was ok not that friendly but accomodating. When we arrieved (we arrived early few hours) we was asked to wait near the reception area for two hours. No refreshments offered. When time was here we checked in. The rooms are a bit small & the walls are paper thin. You could hear doors banging at nite. Considering the bad reviews on here, its not as bad as some reviewers have made out. For the price you cant go wrong. Also during checkout they dont have a secure luggage area..your asked to dump them in the lobby area in prying eyes of others. When asked if the luggage is safe here, he man looked at us like we had said something wrong. He just shrugged his shoulders and sat back down. The room was clean, warm but bare in mind the lift is very small. The parisians are not that welcoming to the brits.
Not a terrible hotel....it was clean and handy. Close to Gare du Nord. The room was clean, but the bed was really uncomfortable. Won't be rushing back, but ok for one night. The left luggage isn't very secure...but saying that nothing got stolen! Not bad in a pinch...but lots of better hotels in Paris.
In front of Gare Du Nord Station and bus station make it easier to go everywhere around Paris, either with bus or metro. Many restaurants around ( halal and non halal ), the hotel room quite small but it acceptable, the only thing i would like to complain is the Lift. Enough for only 3 person 😂 but overall still recommended
Stayed here for three nights, wish it had been one, or better still none! We arrived at 1.57pm to be told check in was at 2pm. Ok, I said , that's only three minutes. The receptionist laughed! We eventually got our key at 2.15pm, due to a person being late in checking out. (Not my problem!) The room was ok, with everything you needed, except ear plugs. More on that later! The first morning we thought we would try the hotel breakfast. For €9.50 I wasn't expecting much. I wasn't disappointed. There was a small selection of bread, some cheese, some ham, and tea and coffee. That was the only hot thing available. There was also fruit juice and cereal. It was all overseen by a black version of Basil Fawlty, who watched everybody's every move, from behind a curtain. Not to make sure the food didn't run out, more as a food monitor and general nosey woman. Quite off putting. Also, the dining room was designed for dwarves, slim dwarves at that! Suffice to say, we ate out after that. The walls are paper thin, we heard all sorts through them, toilet goings, squeaky door hinges, even nail clippers pinging off someone's talons. The worst though were the doors banging at all hours. We were woken up several times though the night because of it. Finally, the corridor outside our room was full of laundry bags, ready to be removed. They were there for hours. Not good. On the plus side, the train station is two minutes away on foot. Wouldn't stay here again I'm afraid.
Stayed for two nights as we were getting the Eurostar from London to Paris and needed somewhere really close to Gare Du Nord. The price was ok for the location and the reception staff were friendly but the hotel itself is really run down. I think we were there in the middle of renovation works as the floors were covered in plastic sheets, there was a strong smell of paint and we were woken up at 9am on Saturday morning by sawing. I wouldn't usually mind but we were not informed of this beforehand, so some common manners wouldn't go a miss. The room attendants were ridiculously loud when cleaning in the mornings which also woke us up and the walls of the rooms are really thin, with the rooms close together which meant we could hear every shut door, TV etc from the room next to us. I wouldn't recommend this hotel to a couple, only stay if you are there a short time and really don't mind where you stay. Air con was also poor, the room was boiling and there is not enough light prevention on the windows in the room or bathroom. Really disappointed with the hotel but like I say, it was important we had a good location by Paris North station, and I think they know they can get away with a run down hotel because of this.
To get this in context my wife and I had just arrived in Paris from an overnight stay in a Barcelona hotel, next to Barcelona Saints Station. This hotel cost us 47 Euro. This hotel was small, clean and all very basic with no real flaws. A real bargain and we got what we expected. Kyriad Paris Gare Du Nord was almost the opposite and potentially dangerous as I will comment on later. It also explains why there main advertising picture is that of the impressive facade of the Gare do Nord and not of the Hotel. On arriving in Paris we were delighted to find the hotel on a corner immediately facing our exit from the station. First impressions were that of a well established professional hotel. This was due to the large neon signs on both sides of the building. On entering the reception our impression immediately changed. This was small and cramped and we could only stand with our cases in the path of other guests coming and going. We handed the receptionist a copy of our booking which had our name boldly written on it. We had to wait several minutes while she then has trouble finding this on her booking diary so much that she handed it to me to find it myself. It was unmistakable and clear and boldly printed on her list and I found it immediately. The receptionist asked us if we would be wanting breakfast in the morning. She then handed us our key to room 111 and nodded towards the adjacent doorway and the lift. The double room cost 108.30 Euro for one night. This was being advertised at the reception for 98 Euro including Vat. The lift is so small it could barely hold the two of us and our two small cases! This in itself is understandable as it is an old building with limited space but the lift was clearly well short of tolerable standards. On arriving at our floor the manually operated lift landing doors almost completely blocked the passageway when they were opened giving us great difficulty manoeuvring past the open door. A three point turn was in order and the other passing guests would have appreciated traffic lights. The piles of linen stored in the corridor was also of no help. On entering our room we found it to be clean and acceptable to the extent that the cleanliness was all surface and the room looked ostensibly like the pictures on there website. However its user friendliness or lack of it became quickly noticeable. The room stank of smoke. For those who don’t know this, smoking is banned in Paris hotel rooms. There was also several unsightly burn marks on the carpet and on the sink unit cabinet surfaces. As we were only staying the one nigh and wanted to go out to eat we decided to forgo the hassle of complaining and asking for another room. We had booked a double but were amused to find that this was a twin with the beds pushed together. On returning from our nigh out and retiring for the night I discovered that all the bedside light fitting were coming away from the wall to the extent that they would easily have been knocked off. The bedside light switches were also loose and moved around when operated. On using the very small shower the next morning I found it to have a pretty poor flow. I was then greatly amused to discover that the complimentary soap provided was the exact diameter to drop through the shower drain. I lost the first one this way. This was my first surprise as on bending down hoping to find the soap I turned to avoid making contact with the expected coldness of the plastic shower curtain. Big mistake, my rear end came into contact with the shower controls which one side was VERRY hot. It was at this point I noticed the shower was discharging at least half of the flow from the lower flexible pipe joint directly into the shower base. No wonder so little water was reaching the shower head! On rising, I then realised that there was no soap dish or anywhere to place my shampoo bottle, (and there was no way I was bending down again to place this on the shower base) Hint: Being creative I discovered that with a little patience you could stick the soap on a drier bit of the shower wall. The toilets and its cistern have been insecurely fitted and there is a gap of around 100mm from the rear wall. This has the amusing effect of moving like a rocking horse when you are carrying out essential operations. I would certainly not be seeking out this hotel, We found it dysfunctional and not user friendly. The advertising media laughingly claims “A Place Where You Can Pamper Yourself” Overprice and mis-advertised and in need of a major upgrading just to get ift to tolerable standards.
- Close to Galeries Lafayette and Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- 24-hour front desk
Located in 10th Arrondissement, Kyriad Paris 10 Gare du Nord is within a mile (2 km) of popular sights such as Galeries Lafayette and Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris. This 46-room, 3-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, free newspapers in the lobby, and a 24-hour front desk. Adjacent to the airport, it's also near Notre Dame Cathedral and Arc de Triomphe.
For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service.
All 46 air-conditioned rooms feature free newspapers, safes, and desks. Guests can expect free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries.
Guests staying at Kyriad Paris 10 Gare du Nord enjoy free WiFi in public areas and free newspapers. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with luggage storage and securing valuables.
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43% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 353 reviews