Around the Hotel
Gare du Nord station
Our hotel is located only 900 metres or approximately 10 minutes’ walk from the Gare du Nord, Europe’s busiest railway station.
To reach our hotel from the Gare du Nord, proceed as follows:
On foot: At the station, turn left into rue de Dunkerque/Pl Napoléon III. Follow this road. The Château Landon street, where our hotel is located, is on your left.
By bus: At Gare du Nord station, take bus line 26 towards Nation-Trône and get off at the Château Landon stop, which is just a stone’s throw from our hotel.
On the Butte Montmartre, the marvelous Basilica of the Sacred Heart, one of the jewels of French heritage.
(Photo : @Uki Eiri)
La Villette & la Cité des Sciences
Take the time to stroll through the La Villette district and discover this incredible cultural park, the largest landscaped park in Paris, a veritable living space north of Paris, with its festivals, exhibitions at the Grande Halle, the Zenith de Paris, the Géode and the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie.
From our hotel at La Villette: Louis-Blanc metro station (line 7) towards La Courneuve. Go down to Crimea. Journey time: 10 minutes.
For fun and learning, visit the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie. (Photo: @L.R)
The Stade de France
Welcome to France’s largest stadium, located in La Plaine Saint-Denis. With over 80,000 seats, the Stade de France hosts concerts by the biggest stars and major sporting events such as the soccer World Cup final, major rugby matches, athletics events and the Olympic Games.
From our hotel to the Stade de France:
At Gare du Nord station, take RER line B towards Aéroport Charles-de-Gaulle. Get off at La Plaine-Stade de France (direct route, no stops, 4 minutes). The stadium is a 10-minute walk away. Total travel time: less than 25 minutes.
Concerts, sports and shows at the Stade de France (Photo: @Felipe Balduino)
Discover this astonishing 39,000 m² artistic space dedicated to art, encounters, innovation and discovery.
From our hotel to Le Centquatre: On foot. Take rue de l’Aqueduc, then boulevard de la Villette. and finally take rue de Tanger. Continue along rue Curial and turn left. Journey time: 15 minutes.
Our hotel is ideally located between Gare du Nord and Gare de l’Est. (Photo: @Pierre Miyamoto)
Near our hotel, discover or rediscover the Butte Montmartre, with its bohemian village atmosphere, its charming Place du Tertre with its painters and caricaturists, its steep, flower-filled streets, its restaurants and bistros with their lively terraces, and of course the marvelous Basilique du Sacré-Cœur, one of Paris’s most emblematic monuments, offering an exceptional panoramic view of the capital.
From our hotel to Montmartre: Stalingrad metro station (line 2), direction Porte Dauphine. Get off at Antwerp. Journey time: 20 minutes
The world-famous Moulin Rouge, emblem of Parisian nightlife. (Photo: @Hermann Traub)
Le Moulin Rouge
It’s one of the capital’s most emblematic landmarks.
Feathers, rhinestones, sequins… The famous Moulin Rouge cabaret, a symbol of Parisian life, still offers enchanting revues with spectacular acts, artists from all over the world and of course, the highlight of the show, the unmissable French Cancan.
From our hotel to the Moulin Rouge: Stalingrad metro station (line 2), direction Porte Dauphine. Get off at Blanche. Journey time: 15 minutes.
The Parisian department stores of Boulevard Haussmann, Printemps & Galeries Lafayette, are 15 minutes by metro or less than 30 minutes on foot from our hotel. Popular with shoppers, these two prestigious names have become the historic commercial heart of Paris, attracting millions of visitors every year.
From our hotel to Les Grands Magasins: Château Landon metro station (line 7), direction Mairie d’Ivry. Get off at Chaussée d’Antin Lafayette. Journey time: 15 minutes.
At Galeries Lafayette and Printemps, hundreds of brands come together in a single space. (Photo: @Peggy Marco)
The Arts & Métiers Museum
Housed in the buildings of the former royal Priory of Saint-Martin-des-Champs, the Musée des Arts et Métiers is dedicated to science and technology, and boasts a collection of thousands of objects, photos, technical drawings… presented in thematic collections.
From our hotel to the museum: Gare du Nord metro station (line 4), direction Bagneux. Get off at Réaumur-Sébastopol. Journey time: 15 minutes.
Discovering the Musée des Arts et Métiers (Photo: @Anthony Delanoix)
Gare de l'Est
Our hotel is also about 900 meters from the Gare de l’Est station. It’s just a ten-minute walk to Bloom House.
Here’s how to get to our hotel from Gare de l’Est station:
On foot: Leaving the station, turn left towards rue du Faubourg Saint-Martin. Follow this street for a few meters until you reach Rue du Château Landon, where our hotel is located.
By metro: Take the metro towards La-Courneuve-8-Mai-1945 and get off at Louis-Blanc station. You’re just a 4-minute walk from our hotel.
By bus: Take bus 54 towards Porte d’Aubervilliers and get off at Château Landon station. You’re just a 4-minute walk from our hotel.
Dozens of wax statues welcome you to the Musée Grévin. (Photo: @L.R.)
The Grévin Museum
Near our hotel, discover the famous Grévin Museum, featuring over 200 wax figures: politicians, celebrities, sportsmen and women, scientists, writers, celebrities from the big and small screens, music and cinema…
From Louis De Funès to Albert Einstein, from Al Pacino to Lionel Messi, not forgetting cartoon characters… all the personalities who have left their mark on history, great or small, seem to have made an appearance here. A unique place.
From our hotel to the Musée Grévin: Château Landon metro station (line 7) towards Marie d’Ivry. Get off at Cadet. Journey time: 15 minutes.
Around our hotel, you’ll find plenty of entertainment venues. (Photo: @Inger Wolfs)
Other entertainment venues
Looking for a concert, revue, comedy show or play? Within a wide radius of our hotel, you will find numerous entertainment venues, all of which are less than 30 minutes away by metro or on foot:
- Casino de Paris
- Mogador Theatre
- Les Folies Bergère
- Le Bataclan
- The Museum of Romantic Life
- Théâtre de la Porte Saint-Martin
- Théâtre Antoine
- Le Théâtre du Splendid
- Le Théâtre du Gymnase
- Les Bouffes du Nord…
Concerts, theater or music hall, take your pick (Photo: @Social Butterfly)
At the top of the famous avenue l’Arc de Triomphe (Photo: @Fran. Wa)
Take time to stroll along the Champs-Élysées avenue, often referred to as “the most beautiful avenue in the world”, which links the Place de la Concorde and its famous Luxor Obelisk to the Place Charles-de-Gaulle (or Place de l’Étoile) and the Arc de Triomphe. A Parisian shopping mecca, with its luxury homes and brand-name boutiques, it remains one of the must-see sites when visiting Paris.
From our hotel to the Champs-Élysées:
Take the metro to Louis-Blanc station, 5 minutes from our hotel, direction mairie d’Ivry (line 7) and get off at Chaussée d’Antin. Then take the Pont de Sèvres direction (line 9) and get off at Franklin-Roosevelt. Journey time: 20 minutes.