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This is our second time staying here. The price per night is very reasonable, clean, has a modern decor, and very ice and helpful staff. I like the location of the hotel because the metro and the bus stops are very accessible...just a few minute...More
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Response from District R, Responsable réception at District RepubliqueResponded 6 days ago
Dear Jennifer, thank you very much for your lovely feedback. We are so glad to know that you enjoyed both your stays with us. We hope to see you soon again. Kind regards, District République Staff
Small and well managed hotel in the 10th district. Room was compact but finished to a high standard. The staff at the desk are so helpful and friendly, offering above and beyond. 24 hour entry too which is great with so many nice bars nearby!...More
A very nice boutique hotel, run with very friendly professional and skilled young ppl who speak at least 3 languages each. The room is tiny, but v clean. Location is v good, one station away from Republic square and v close to Gare d’Nord.
This is a nice hotel located in a good location quite accessible from the main paris train station. The overall place and rooms are neat and have required amenities, although the rooms are quite small - but that's something we have heard of most hotels...More
Response from District R, réceptionniste at District RepubliqueResponded 6 days ago
Hello, thanks for giving us your opinion about our hotel ! We are sorry about the size of the rooms, but as you said, it's really common in Paris.. We hope you enjoyed your stay with us, and maybe we could see you an other...More
The location of this hotel was great - we walked there from Gare du Nord and there were several metro stations close by. The staff wasn't thaaaat helpful except for the cleaner. The room was very small, but had all the stuff you'd need. It...More
The neighborhood 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 neighborhood'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
Well I arrived around 9pm too at Gare de Nord, so if you are arriving at Gare de l’est, which is much closer to the hotel, you should be ok safety wise. The area is a little sketchy, but the worst that may happen is a few... More
Well I arrived around 9pm too at Gare de Nord, so if you are arriving at Gare de l’est, which is much closer to the hotel, you should be ok safety wise. The area is a little sketchy, but the worst that may happen is a few people coming up to you asking you for money and you might see a few prostitutes about but nothing too sinister otherwise. Keep your wits about you and you’ll be fine! : )