Hotels Near Proudhon In Saint-Denis

4.4/5Excellent16 Reviews
0.48km from Proudhon
There is a large bed and two small beds in the suite, the decoration is relatively new, shower and bath are available, dry and wet separation. Sound insulation is good and comfortable. There are microwaves and refrigerators, small and full. It is a 15-minute walk to Metro Line 12. However, due to the tramp nearby, it was a bit messy.
FromUS$111
3.5/510 Reviews
0.92km from Proudhon
Looks, it is an Ibis Styles so you get what you would expect. Well mostly.... I only had one night which involved me staying there for a few hours before a meal with colleague and an overnight before checking out early for my meeting. In this case, all I need is a bed and somewhere to sit - I had both. However, my room didn't have any working lights when I arrived. I didn't bother telling the staff and decided to speak to them if they were still not working when I returned later in the evening after a meal - fortunately they were. Maybe this was due to some work taking place in the next room as there were constant taps, knocks and drills coming from their. If their was no work going on, then someone was either building something or it was being used as a set for a murder movie! It was pretty warm the night I was there (too warm for someone from Scotland), but the aircon was working (sort of) and took the temperature from blazing hot down to hot in an extremely noisy way. It also leaked drips all over the floor, even some way from the unit - at least I hoped it was from the aircon, no idea where it came from otherwise. The hotel has sensing lights to conserve power which is great. However, the sensors seems to be miles away from my room leaving me to walk towards the single glowing LED of the lift in darkness until I got there and it triggered the sensor to turn on the lights. Celebrity also seems to stay here as I am sure Michael Flatley was staying in the room above! Some amazing tap dancing going on up there! I didn't have any pressure issues with the showers that others have mentioned - mine worked fine but the only want to stop the water was to turn the tap to about 5% stream - if you turned it completely off, the water came on again! Breakfast was poor to be blunt. A croissant and a pain-au-chocolate was pretty much the limit along with a coffee maching that reluctantly filled half your cup if you pressed the button enough times. Fresh OJ was good though. As I said, you get what you would expect and for one night this was okay even though the useless AC, the dancing upstairs and the film set next door meant I got little sleep on the overly soft bed. At least it didn't have a tall iron fence around it like the other Ibis I have stayed in around the corner! WiFi worked fine although like a number of hotel WiFi systems, it kept on popping up with DHCP errors. Others have mentioned the location - this is in Saint Denis which my Parisien friends say is outside Paris. I would not stay here if I was after a leisure break in Paris. Check out the map! Fortunately it is under 10 minutes walk from the Stade de France station which is on the mainline between Paris and CDG airport.
FromUS$86
3.7/510 Reviews
1.77km from Proudhon
Four of us booked this hotel months ago as it was a 5 min walk from the Stade de France. We were lucky enough to have tickets for the France England Rugby. On arrival at lunchtime the hotel was understandably busy, there were queues for reception and the restaurant was full. We managed to get a table for lunch, the staff were rushed off their feet and so obviously service was poor. On returning after the match there was just one man trying to look after guests at reception and serve at the bar. He informed everyone that the bar had run out of draught beer. I cannot understand the management of this hotel knowing how busy the hotel would be, why did they not ensure the bar was well stocked and had plenty of beer for thirsty rugby supporters. Why did they not have extra staff on duty rather than have one poor chap who obviously couldn't cope with the demand of both bar and reception guests. We were told we could not book a table in the restaurant for the evening so had to wait. The same staff that had served us at lunchtime were still on duty and were doing their best as the restaurant was again full and had people queuing for tables. Not all main courses were served at the same time and drinks were served by a different waitress so trying to get a second drink or another bottle of water took a long time. Breakfast was average, the two coffee machines stopped working and a member of staff took time to fix them. The hotel must have lost so much extra profit over the weekend just by not having enough stock to sell or staff to serve. The hotel increases its room rate to eye watering prices when these big events are on but then fails to provide the service that should be standard On a positive note, the room was clean and the bed was extremely comfortable. Also despite being beside a busy road the double glazing was effective at keeping out the noise. Would I stay here again, probably not, there are plenty of other hotels close to the stadium
FromUS$72
3.6/510 Reviews
1.79km from Proudhon
This is a great hotel for a short break or as a work/digs base. Its very clean and in a quiet area in the outskirts of Paris. The Paris Underground is Fantastic value, you can circumnavigate Paris for 1.49€ per person if you buy books of 10 tickets. The transfer from Charles de Gaulle airport is €10.30 so we spent a low amount on travel and the service is brilliant. 5 minutes was our average wait for the trains. Paris is just outstanding. The sheer size is breathtaking. We climbed the stairs to the 2nd deck of the Eiffel Tower(650 steps) which was awe inspiring. It is a true metropolis and has made us realize how small our home town of Leeds is in comparison. Notre Dame is also a must even if like us you are not religious in any way. Saint Denis, the area where this hotel is situated is on the bones of Its ar$e, ie run down and needs serious investment. Don't waste your time going there, its really not worth it. We believe Paris MAY be a city with 2 tales rather than a tale of 2 cities. It seems in our experience outer suburbs may be struggling whereas Paris city center is affluent. As mentioned the hotel makes for an ideal, affordable base within a 15 minute commute into Paris. The staff at the hotel are very friendly and thankfully able to understand my GCSE French i learned 40 years ago. Their English was far superior to my French. People may describe the room as dated but for the price we rate the whole experience as 4/5 in a 3 star budget hotel. There is a mini mart type shop and a bakery as you exit the underground station which are open reasonably early till late. Paris is an expensive place as are most major cities. We stopped at a cafe in the park on the Champs Elysees and where chrarged 11€ for 2 diet cokes. Public toilets are a rarity so you may want to use cafe and restaurant facilities, many charge for this, even McDonald's. There are soooo many sites to see we couldn't see them all in the 4 days we where there. We absolutely recommend the Eiffel Tower. At 10.20€ its just an exhilarating experience and just climbing the stairs was a realization of how magnificent the iconic landmark is. I am usually a cynic but i had to push my jaw back into place several times during our visit. Sorry to end on a down note but it is important to mention Paris and the underground are not wheelchair friendly AT ALL.
FromUS$75
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
2km from Proudhon
We stayed here for three nights with our two sons, aged 10 and 13. The room was ideal with twin beds for the boys and double for us and still room to move around. The toilet is separate from the shower and bath, which makes things easier when four are sharing. There is a very useful mini kitchen counter with a microwave, kettle and coffee maker. The boys were able to warm up snacks and waffles and we were able to have a cuppa. Getting from the airport was easy- no directions needed to the Stade de France and the hotel is right opposite. Make sure you tell the cab driver that you are at the Suites Novotel not the Novotel as there is another one nearby just called Novotel. Breakfast is a simple self serve affair, but we found it ideal for filling up before a day of sightseeing. Also one of our sons is a teenager and needs a LOT of food. The selection is mainly cold, although a microwave is available for heating up pancakes, waffles and pastries. There's a fridge full of yoghurt, milk, butter,ham and cheese and a counter full of pastries, bread and jam next to a coffee/tea machine and juice dispenser. There's also plenty of cereal. We opted to have breakfast included, which works out more cheaply than paying for it daily. As far as location is concerned, St Denis is a mainly residential business district but an 8 minute walk to the RER station puts you just 3 stops from Notre Dame- I mean you literally come out of the station and there it is. It's also just one stop from Gare du Nord if you get here by Eurostar. Restaurants in Paris seem to close around 9.30, so if you're hungry after that the hotel has a fridge full of sandwiches, pasta salads and desserts. There is a restaurant next door but it looked very expensive at around 10E for a beer and again, it was closed by 9.30. There weren't many other places to eat in the area without a long wander, but there is a McDonalds a 10 min walk away that's open a bit later. (not for me, for the kids!) All in all, we were very pleased with the hotel and it helped make our stay in Paris even more enjoyable. We had no complaints at all. Also- free wifi!
FromUS$144
3.9/510 Reviews
2.05km from Proudhon
The room we stayed was on the 3rd floor, it wasn't very big , but was clean and modern decorated. The breakfast was great, it filled our bellies until noon, the croissants were made in heaven - soft and fluffy. From what I could tell, it isn't a very touristy hotel , but more of a one-night-in-town-with-business place . It is close to the metro, but it doesn't have any stores nearby, the hotel has 2 vending machines if you need water or something to nibble. It was OK for a 3 night stay, although one morning was very noisy at 7 a.m. on the hallway as some men were changing the fire estinguishing system in the ceiling. I was very tired then and 7 a.m. was too early to wake up from so much noise. I
FromUS$63
5/5Perfect13 Reviews
2.11km from Proudhon
Nice stay
FromUS$114
5/5Perfect11 Reviews
2.22km from Proudhon
excellent hotel, personal very efficient and friendly, very clean, very quiet and well soundproof, rich and excellent breakfast I strongly advise
FromUS$82
4.8/5Outstanding16 Reviews
2.66km from Proudhon
This hotel recommended by Ctrip is very good. The gate is 10 meters away from Metro Line 13 and only 8 minutes walk from the Stade Stadium. Hotel management regulations, breakfast, there are many restaurants and bars nearby. There are several novotels in Saint Denis, don't make a mistake.
FromUS$112
3.6/510 Reviews
2.87km from Proudhon
Campanile is very basic. The rooms are quite worn and smells like a car refresher, but I could get rid of most by just opening the window. The breakfast is a joke. If you can book without it, do that. The lunch is really nice, so it’s a mystery how the breakfast can be that bad! Wifi worked one of my two days. I wouldn’t recommend this place to anyone, but there are not many hotels around, so I guess some people have to stay here any ways.
FromUS$68
3.2/510 Reviews
3.65km from Proudhon
We chose this hotel due to its location close to the airport (30 min drive) and close to centre of Paris (25min walk + 45min metro). We received little help or support in regards to finding our way around, we had to rely on google maps. There was no air conditioning in the rooms, so needed to leave the window open which meant it was a noisy night sleep. In addition, there was building work going on inside the hotel that started in the morning, so sleeping in was not possible. The communal toilets and showers were OK but there were no sinks in the toilets, so we needed to walk back to the room to be able to wash our hands. Would only recommend this hotel to people travelling with low standards for accommodation.
FromUS$41

Hotels Near Proudhon In Saint-Denis Review

4.8/516 Reviews
This hotel recommended by Ctrip is very good. The gate is 10 meters away from Metro Line 13 and only 8 minutes walk from the Stade Stadium. Hotel management regulations, breakfast, there are many restaurants and bars nearby. There are several novotels in Saint Denis, don't make a mistake.
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FromUS$112
4/510 Reviews
We stayed here for three nights with our two sons, aged 10 and 13. The room was ideal with twin beds for the boys and double for us and still room to move around. The toilet is separate from the shower and bath, which makes things easier when four are sharing. There is a very useful mini kitchen counter with a microwave, kettle and coffee maker. The boys were able to warm up snacks and waffles and we were able to have a cuppa. Getting from the airport was easy- no directions needed to the Stade de France and the hotel is right opposite. Make sure you tell the cab driver that you are at the Suites Novotel not the Novotel as there is another one nearby just called Novotel. Breakfast is a simple self serve affair, but we found it ideal for filling up before a day of sightseeing. Also one of our sons is a teenager and needs a LOT of food. The selection is mainly cold, although a microwave is available for heating up pancakes, waffles and pastries. There's a fridge full of yoghurt, milk, butter,ham and cheese and a counter full of pastries, bread and jam next to a coffee/tea machine and juice dispenser. There's also plenty of cereal. We opted to have breakfast included, which works out more cheaply than paying for it daily. As far as location is concerned, St Denis is a mainly residential business district but an 8 minute walk to the RER station puts you just 3 stops from Notre Dame- I mean you literally come out of the station and there it is. It's also just one stop from Gare du Nord if you get here by Eurostar. Restaurants in Paris seem to close around 9.30, so if you're hungry after that the hotel has a fridge full of sandwiches, pasta salads and desserts. There is a restaurant next door but it looked very expensive at around 10E for a beer and again, it was closed by 9.30. There weren't many other places to eat in the area without a long wander, but there is a McDonalds a 10 min walk away that's open a bit later. (not for me, for the kids!) All in all, we were very pleased with the hotel and it helped make our stay in Paris even more enjoyable. We had no complaints at all. Also- free wifi!
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FromUS$144
5/513 Reviews
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FromUS$114
5/511 Reviews
excellent hotel, personal very efficient and friendly, very clean, very quiet and well soundproof, rich and excellent breakfast I strongly advise
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FromUS$82
4.4/516 Reviews
There is a large bed and two small beds in the suite, the decoration is relatively new, shower and bath are available, dry and wet separation. Sound insulation is good and comfortable. There are microwaves and refrigerators, small and full. It is a 15-minute walk to Metro Line 12. However, due to the tramp nearby, it was a bit messy.
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FromUS$111
3.6/510 Reviews
This is a great hotel for a short break or as a work/digs base. Its very clean and in a quiet area in the outskirts of Paris. The Paris Underground is Fantastic value, you can circumnavigate Paris for 1.49€ per person if you buy books of 10 tickets. The transfer from Charles de Gaulle airport is €10.30 so we spent a low amount on travel and the service is brilliant. 5 minutes was our average wait for the trains. Paris is just outstanding. The sheer size is breathtaking. We climbed the stairs to the 2nd deck of the Eiffel Tower(650 steps) which was awe inspiring. It is a true metropolis and has made us realize how small our home town of Leeds is in comparison. Notre Dame is also a must even if like us you are not religious in any way. Saint Denis, the area where this hotel is situated is on the bones of Its ar$e, ie run down and needs serious investment. Don't waste your time going there, its really not worth it. We believe Paris MAY be a city with 2 tales rather than a tale of 2 cities. It seems in our experience outer suburbs may be struggling whereas Paris city center is affluent. As mentioned the hotel makes for an ideal, affordable base within a 15 minute commute into Paris. The staff at the hotel are very friendly and thankfully able to understand my GCSE French i learned 40 years ago. Their English was far superior to my French. People may describe the room as dated but for the price we rate the whole experience as 4/5 in a 3 star budget hotel. There is a mini mart type shop and a bakery as you exit the underground station which are open reasonably early till late. Paris is an expensive place as are most major cities. We stopped at a cafe in the park on the Champs Elysees and where chrarged 11€ for 2 diet cokes. Public toilets are a rarity so you may want to use cafe and restaurant facilities, many charge for this, even McDonald's. There are soooo many sites to see we couldn't see them all in the 4 days we where there. We absolutely recommend the Eiffel Tower. At 10.20€ its just an exhilarating experience and just climbing the stairs was a realization of how magnificent the iconic landmark is. I am usually a cynic but i had to push my jaw back into place several times during our visit. Sorry to end on a down note but it is important to mention Paris and the underground are not wheelchair friendly AT ALL.
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FromUS$75
3.7/510 Reviews
Four of us booked this hotel months ago as it was a 5 min walk from the Stade de France. We were lucky enough to have tickets for the France England Rugby. On arrival at lunchtime the hotel was understandably busy, there were queues for reception and the restaurant was full. We managed to get a table for lunch, the staff were rushed off their feet and so obviously service was poor. On returning after the match there was just one man trying to look after guests at reception and serve at the bar. He informed everyone that the bar had run out of draught beer. I cannot understand the management of this hotel knowing how busy the hotel would be, why did they not ensure the bar was well stocked and had plenty of beer for thirsty rugby supporters. Why did they not have extra staff on duty rather than have one poor chap who obviously couldn't cope with the demand of both bar and reception guests. We were told we could not book a table in the restaurant for the evening so had to wait. The same staff that had served us at lunchtime were still on duty and were doing their best as the restaurant was again full and had people queuing for tables. Not all main courses were served at the same time and drinks were served by a different waitress so trying to get a second drink or another bottle of water took a long time. Breakfast was average, the two coffee machines stopped working and a member of staff took time to fix them. The hotel must have lost so much extra profit over the weekend just by not having enough stock to sell or staff to serve. The hotel increases its room rate to eye watering prices when these big events are on but then fails to provide the service that should be standard On a positive note, the room was clean and the bed was extremely comfortable. Also despite being beside a busy road the double glazing was effective at keeping out the noise. Would I stay here again, probably not, there are plenty of other hotels close to the stadium
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FromUS$72
3.5/510 Reviews
Looks, it is an Ibis Styles so you get what you would expect. Well mostly.... I only had one night which involved me staying there for a few hours before a meal with colleague and an overnight before checking out early for my meeting. In this case, all I need is a bed and somewhere to sit - I had both. However, my room didn't have any working lights when I arrived. I didn't bother telling the staff and decided to speak to them if they were still not working when I returned later in the evening after a meal - fortunately they were. Maybe this was due to some work taking place in the next room as there were constant taps, knocks and drills coming from their. If their was no work going on, then someone was either building something or it was being used as a set for a murder movie! It was pretty warm the night I was there (too warm for someone from Scotland), but the aircon was working (sort of) and took the temperature from blazing hot down to hot in an extremely noisy way. It also leaked drips all over the floor, even some way from the unit - at least I hoped it was from the aircon, no idea where it came from otherwise. The hotel has sensing lights to conserve power which is great. However, the sensors seems to be miles away from my room leaving me to walk towards the single glowing LED of the lift in darkness until I got there and it triggered the sensor to turn on the lights. Celebrity also seems to stay here as I am sure Michael Flatley was staying in the room above! Some amazing tap dancing going on up there! I didn't have any pressure issues with the showers that others have mentioned - mine worked fine but the only want to stop the water was to turn the tap to about 5% stream - if you turned it completely off, the water came on again! Breakfast was poor to be blunt. A croissant and a pain-au-chocolate was pretty much the limit along with a coffee maching that reluctantly filled half your cup if you pressed the button enough times. Fresh OJ was good though. As I said, you get what you would expect and for one night this was okay even though the useless AC, the dancing upstairs and the film set next door meant I got little sleep on the overly soft bed. At least it didn't have a tall iron fence around it like the other Ibis I have stayed in around the corner! WiFi worked fine although like a number of hotel WiFi systems, it kept on popping up with DHCP errors. Others have mentioned the location - this is in Saint Denis which my Parisien friends say is outside Paris. I would not stay here if I was after a leisure break in Paris. Check out the map! Fortunately it is under 10 minutes walk from the Stade de France station which is on the mainline between Paris and CDG airport.
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FromUS$86
3.9/510 Reviews
The room we stayed was on the 3rd floor, it wasn't very big , but was clean and modern decorated. The breakfast was great, it filled our bellies until noon, the croissants were made in heaven - soft and fluffy. From what I could tell, it isn't a very touristy hotel , but more of a one-night-in-town-with-business place . It is close to the metro, but it doesn't have any stores nearby, the hotel has 2 vending machines if you need water or something to nibble. It was OK for a 3 night stay, although one morning was very noisy at 7 a.m. on the hallway as some men were changing the fire estinguishing system in the ceiling. I was very tired then and 7 a.m. was too early to wake up from so much noise. I
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FromUS$63
3.2/510 Reviews
We chose this hotel due to its location close to the airport (30 min drive) and close to centre of Paris (25min walk + 45min metro). We received little help or support in regards to finding our way around, we had to rely on google maps. There was no air conditioning in the rooms, so needed to leave the window open which meant it was a noisy night sleep. In addition, there was building work going on inside the hotel that started in the morning, so sleeping in was not possible. The communal toilets and showers were OK but there were no sinks in the toilets, so we needed to walk back to the room to be able to wash our hands. Would only recommend this hotel to people travelling with low standards for accommodation.
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FromUS$41
3.6/510 Reviews
Campanile is very basic. The rooms are quite worn and smells like a car refresher, but I could get rid of most by just opening the window. The breakfast is a joke. If you can book without it, do that. The lunch is really nice, so it’s a mystery how the breakfast can be that bad! Wifi worked one of my two days. I wouldn’t recommend this place to anyone, but there are not many hotels around, so I guess some people have to stay here any ways.
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FromUS$68