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Halfway between the Gare du Nord and the Opera Garnier, the hotel is nestled at number 41 rue des Petites Ecuries in a vibrant and colorful 10th arrondissement where typical facades, bohemian cafés and trendy restaurants mix.
Our reception is open 24/7, if you need a taxi or advice on organising your visits, just ask our friendly staff who will do their best to assist you.
The buffet breakfast is served in the breakfast room from 7am to 10am. You will find cereals, granola and french yogurt, hot drinks, nespresso, AOC cheese, jams, nutella, bread, juices, cooked meats, Viennese pastries; gluten free products and vegetal milk on demand. The breakfast costs €17 per person. Our breakfast is free for children up to 5 years old, from 6 to 11 years old the breakfast is 8,50€ per child per day. Beyond 11 years old, the applicable rate is that of an adult breakfast. You can enjoy your breakfast in your room (charges apply).
Our breakfast has been awarded the Ocean Friendly restaurant label by Surfrider Europe. This program is designed to encourage to restaurateurs through a green transition & help them show their commitment to sustainability through mandatory requirements. Learn more >
Located on the ground floor, the reading room at the Hotel Paradis is open 24/7, with views opening out onto the street. Various books and magazines are available. Enjoy a relaxing afternoon tea in this area with our selection of teas, coffees, espressos...
Whether you're looking to relax with a good book or get to know other guests, the reading room is your personal sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle of town life.
At the heart of Hotel Paradis' concerns are the values of quality, transparency, proximity, and respect for resources and the environment. We recognize itself perfectly in these values, and makes it a point of honor to privilege short circuits as soon as possible or produce ourselves some elements. The intermediaries between the producer and the consumer are then reduced, and local production is honored.