Design Hotel Paris Gare du Nord
Pigalle - Montmartre - Gare du Nord
- The reception desk in a glass cube
- The Ice bar
- The rooms with balconies or terraces
- The open bathrooms
- The floating bed and the total immersion bathtub in the Nordik
A stay that appeals to your aesthetics and an Ice bar that excites your senses
The reception desk housed in a glass cube is a clear indication of the deliberately avant-garde leaning of this establishment hidden down a lane in the 18th arrondissement near the Gare du Nord and the Gare de l’Est. A stay at the Kube is aesthetically and sensorily pleasing and totally original.
The bathrooms open out onto the rooms and most rooms have a balcony or terrace. White is the dominant colour, clean lines are key to the decor and technology works its magic in many ways: creating the illusion of a floating bed or controlling the workings of an infinity bathtub.
Here, you’ll be first in line if you want to escape to a Nordic country by entering a real ice bar, where the temperature is minus 20, to try the trendiest cocktails.
- Fitness room Technogym
- Ice Kube Bar
- Room service
- Multilingual Staff
- Après Bar & Restaurant
- 2 conference rooms
- Internet W-FI
- Workout room
- Multilingual Staff
It’s clear that there would be no Paris without the Pigalle and Montmartre districts. Without a doubt, these emblematic districts near the Gare du Nord are the capital city’s most famous. And yet, they contain many a secret!
The colourful, cosmopolitan and bustling atmosphere of the Barbès, Pigalle and Montmartre districts is legendary. Working-class Paris, immortalized in Hôtel du Nord, really exists. But below the elevated sections of the metro, another world is revealed, a world unto itself offering its boutiques selling everything and nothing, its exotic grocery shops and its incredible bazaars.
Towards the Pigalle district, other than the traditional naughty storefronts whose wicked lights hide their innards, you can find the best musical instruments on the planet at great prices. Of course, not far away, the cabarets will entice you to partake of a certain Parisian-style art of partying. Moulin rouge, Cabaret Pigalle, Boule noire, Trois Baudets, Élysée-Montmartre: all these are reminiscent of the somewhat dated charms of the beautiful French cancan dancers.
- Video projector
- Sound system
Capacity of meeting rooms :
|Meeting Rooms||Daylight||Area (square metres)||U-shaped||Classroom-style||Meals||Theatre-style||Cocktail||1/2 day||Full day|
|Restaurant + Salon||Oui||X||X||X||X||X||360||-||-|
|Restaurant + Salon + Cour||Oui||X||X||X||X||X||600||-||-|
- Stade de France
- Gare du Nord
- Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre
- Roissy/Charles de Gaulle Airport
How to get here
By train :
Gare de Lyon for TGVs coming from the South
Gare du Nord: TGV Nord, Thalys, Eurostar
Gare Montparnasse: TGV Atlantique
Gare de l'Est: TGV Est
Metro and bus :
Metro Line 6 La Chapelle
RER B & D