BEST WESTERN PREMIER Hotel Faubourg 88,  Paris 

4.5/5  - based on 318 guest reviews.
88 rue du Faubourg Poissoniere, 75010, Paris, France - See map
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The BEST WESTERN PREMIER Faubourg 88 is a design 4 Star hotel ideally located on rue du Faubourg Poissonniere in the north of Paris (tenth district), next to Montmartre and the Canal Saint Martin. Entirely rebuilt, this luxury hotel is within walking distance of the Montmartre neighborhood, the Sacre Coeur, Opera and the Galeries Lafayette. Its proximity with the main train stations make this location perfect for businessmen and tourists arriving from the main airports. The trendy and modern design of the hotel features a beautiful lobby with a private bar open 24 hours a day for the guests only. The 29 rooms provide a cozy and new wave atmosphere with its specific QR code pattern used for the floor decoration. They are divided into classic, superior, executive rooms and junior suite. The rooms are equipped with all the amenities one could expect for a 4 Star luxury hotel: high quality bedding with comfortable duvet, spacious bathroom, complimentary Wi-Fi, large LCD television, screen, Ipod® speakers and room service. The delicious hot buffet served in the bright breakfast room with natural light assures an enjoyable morning. The competent, mindful and pleasant staff of the hotel is available for guests and provides personalized concierge services.

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  • 5
    « Great Service, Amazing hotel »

    Greg took amazing care of us and made sure our stay was perfect. Would come back in an instant, great room, great facilities and the service was easily the best I received during our entire holiday. Many thanks!

    4
    « Very nice hotel near Gare du Nord. »

    We checked in early on a Sunday for a 2 nights stay. Our room was not quit ready. They took our luggage and we went for a quick bite nearby. Upon our return, the room was ready. It was on the 5th floor, facing the courtyard We booked a standard room, they are well appointed but on the very small size. For 2 nights it was ok, but for a longer stay, I would upgrade to a bigger room. The room was clean. The bed was very comfor

    5
    « Wazza stayed here to!! »

    Well i must say we enjoyed our stay, modern comfortable clean quiet room. Nice soft Huge bed with the best pillows. Staff were excellent, very courteous and extremely helpfull with directions etc and breakfast was good too. The hotel is an easy and pleasant 30min walk to river 5 min from guard de nord (where the red hop on hop off bus stop is also) train station and there is also a undergrond station literaly 1min from the hotel door. If you follow the directions to the city on the map given by the concierge it pops you out at a park and some shopping centers then one or the bridges where there is a ferry for river tours and we felt very safe walking this route even at night stopping at the numerous cafes for a drink and bite to eat. There is a laundromat 5min away and plenty of cafes etc close by and taxis can be ordered at reception for a reasonable fixed price to the airport etc. All in all enjoyable stay made easier by the staff who were excellent.

    3
    « No AC »

    I had stayed at this hotel for 2 nights. There was a AC in the room which wasn't working. I complained on the first day but nothing was for the second night stay. They kept saying that just switch it on and it will work. It was very warm in the room and especially with the baby it we couldn't really sleep for 2 nights. I asked for a review process or compensation but I was just asked to email my concerns. Very nice hotel but disappointed with the service.

    5
    « Great location and updated rooms »

    We spent a week here as a base for our family holiday in Paris. We had to choose this hotel at the last minute when our booking at another hotel was unexpectedly cancelled (long story), but I think we may have enjoyed this place more than we would have the other anyway. The location is extremely convenient to the Poissonière metro station (Google says it is 52 meters away, but I think it may be less). Although the 7 line is not the most convenient line, we found it easy to get everywhere we wanted to go. The rooms were very clean and recently updated. We chose the executive rooms, which meant that our rooms were on different floors, but the hotel is so small (29 rooms, I think), that this was not really a problem. The bathrooms and the showers specifically were large, but for some reason, the toilet itself was in a completely separate and unattached space. These rooms have windows both front and rear, so getting a cool cross-breeze was easy. We were there several days before the kids realized that there was air-conditioning in the rooms, and I don't think we ever used it in our room. The street noise was a little bit bothersome because we left the windows open, but after a long day of sightseeing, I was able to sleep through anyway. Breakfast downstairs was typical fare for a Continental hotel, and I think that our youngest child's (10 years old) was free, as we were only charged for four instead of five breakfasts. The breakfast staff has limited English skills, but between them and my limited French skills, it all worked out. The space where breakfast is served is very small and very quiet: actually uncomfortably so in both regards, but there are certainly plenty of other nearby places for breakfast if you prefer. The desk staff were very helpful and pleasant throughout our stay, and their English skills were fine. We would happily stay here again.

    4
    « Centrally Located at a decent price. »

    This hotel is centrally located and a 5 minute walk to Le Palatier Metro station. Rooms are pretty small, however it is fine for a couple. Bathrooms are pretty small as well. Clean, Hygienic and housekeeping does a good job. Reception staff speak good english and help you with a map and routes for major destinations/attractions. Breakfast is extra charged, however there are multiple eateries nearby. Just across the street is an exceptional crepe shop where you get some of the best crepes. I would say this hotel is pretty good for the price they charge. Every room has a balcony.

    5
    « Friendly hotel in convenient location »

    The best part of the hotel is the very kind and helpful staff. They were all super, Gregory especially, helped me get organized on arrival and even went with me down the street to look for my husband, who arrived at a later time, and got lost. The manager came down to try to get my internet hooked up. The hotel is very close to Metro stop Poissonierre and the Gare du Nord. Room was upgraded -much appreciatd-rather small -but probably it is big per Paris/city standards!. Everything was fresh, clean and comfortable in the room. Had hot water pot, and coffee/tea. Little grocery store next door and a number of good restaurants in the area. Liked that Arr. 10 is not so touristy feeling. We'd come back to this hotel again.

    4
    « Will be back! »

    My daughter and I visited this hotel recently and we were delighted with it. It was spotlessly clean, cool, modern and very comfortable. Lovely shower too! Ideal location, close to the Gare du Nord (easy walking distance) and the metro so perfect as a base for sightseeing. Staff were really polite and helpful - particularly Edouardo on reception who went out of his way to ensure we were OK. Only reason I didn't give 5 stars was because there was a mix up over our room, but it was soon sorted out and we were upgraded. I would recommend this hotel as offering good value for money. We will definitely return when we visit Paris again ??

    5
    « excelent hotel »

    this hotel is ideally situated for travel on eurostar, rooms are spotless, staff really helpful especially Patrick, nothing too much trouble, a word of warning If someone at the station asks do you need a cab be careful ,my cab driver took me on a 20 minute cab ride when the hotel was a 10 minute walk away, then he asked for 50 euros I gave him 10 and told him to call police if he had a problem with that( he didnt) not a nice start

    1
    « Very poor and so dirty »

    If you want a good hotel i don't suggest to u,very poor service and the room is so dusty and dirty even i request a very clean room before,so it's better for you to book a hotel around la'defense or if you can spend more money the best choice is around opera or les halles

  • 5
    « Very good value for the money »

    We chose this hotel for a few different things. Price, cleanliness, and location. We needed three rooms, so price was definitely important. We paid about $100 a night including taxes for each room. The rooms were exceptionally clean, but very small. Given that its Paris, its pretty common for rooms to be small. I would chose cleanliness over size of room any day. The location was important because we had an early flight out of Charles De Gaulle and we wanted to be close to a train station. This hotel is about a 5-10 minute walk to Gare Du Nord. Not the fanciest area, but I felt safe. There is also a fabulous small Italian restaurant right across the street from the hotel. Amazing food and great prices.

    4
    « Nice hotel - excellent service »

    Excellent service from the front desk at all times during stay. Nothing too much hassle! Location close to sights and close to la Fayette for shopping. Rooms were clean but small - had interconnecting rooms as had 2 children with us. Was excellent as the kids had there own space but had a foyer and door between us

    5
    « Short city break »

    Perfect location. Really close to the metro and shops and restaurants a short walk away. We are both vegan and we found a lot of vegan and veggie restaurants in this area so it was perfect for us. Very good size room, other hotels I've stayed in when I've been to Paris have had tiny rooms. Very nice powerful shower! Friendly helpful staff. Would drift tilt stay again.

    3
    « Good location but let down but lack of cleaning »

    We only stayed here for one night on our way to Bordeaux. As others have said the hotel is in a good location for the metro and Gare du Nord. The receptionist was very friendly on check-in and his English was much better than our French! We were told our room had been upgraded but I'm not sure how small our original room would have been as our upgraded room was pretty small. I've only rated this hotel as 3 out of 5 as our bathroom was not particularly clean and there was rather a lot of body hair left on the sink and toilet which we had to dispose of. If cleanliness was improved I think this would be a good hotel to stay in if all you want is a room to sleep in and will be out most of the time.

    5
    « Terrific Staff, Great Location »

    The hotel is really close to Poissonniere metro (just a minute away) - which is really handy for exploring the city (and you can walk down to Galeries Lafayette in 15 minutes if you choose to) We had two rooms - one was large, the other was a bit small (with a sofa bed for a third person) - but both were very clean and smart. We didn't take breakfast in the hotel - but found a fantastic Boulangerie just over the road where you could get freshly baked breads on a morning (and there are plenty of local cafes down the side streets). What really made the stay were the staff - they were all friendly and really helpful. Our coffee machine broke on the first day (and short circuited the room). We didn't get it replaced, but the staff were really helpful and would bring coffee and hot water whenever we needed it (or we could pop down and get it ourselves - was a nice opportunity to chat to the staff). Wouldn't hesitate to stay here again next time we return to Paris.

    5
    « Experience the true Paris suburbs »

    We recently traveled to Paris. Having been there before, I wanted a more local feel, less tourists. I found this hotel in the 9th arr. Close to Gare du Nord (great location if you want to rent a car or travel elsewhere in France). The Metro station is literally right down the street. There are several small, quaint restaurants in the area. Close to LaFayette Mall. Honestly, this hotel was a great find. A small, boutique hotel, recently renovated, great decor. Staff were very helpful, spoke English which helped out a lot. I love the bathrooms in this hotel. Do not be alarmed when you find the toilet in a separate room :). Some of the rooms are smaller, so if you have many bags, make sure you ask for the bigger rooms. Since it is in the 9arr., rather far from CDG, plan your taxi accordingly. Taxi fares include a flat fee, then it is based on time...if you arrive in the early morning or early evening you are bound to run into traffic...our taxi fare was $120.00 Euro, our flight arrived at 4 PM. Other than that, I would highly highly recommend this hotel. Oh yeah, it has a kids park right down the street. Most metro rides to any attractions you might want to see are at the most a half an hour. Not bad!

    4
    « Gret Hotel, 30 seconds from the Metro »

    Booked this place last minute. The service was 5*(from the staff) the room was small but appeared recently refurbished and was spotless. Only thing that let it done was the quality of the breakfast. That said, I wouldn't hesitate to stay again if I was looking for cheap and extremely cheerful. P.S the staff really where amazing, especially with there suggestions of places to eat.

    4
    « Good for a short business stay »

    Best Western Faubourg 88 is great for a short business stay. The rooms are clean and comfortable if a bit small. It is well located only a 10 minute walk from the Gare du Nord Station so perfect for short stays when coming from London. The staff are very nice and helpful. One tip - the ground floor rooms have a downstairs bathroom which is not the most comfortable, so if you can request a room in one of the higher floors

    2
    « Incredibly small Room »

    even though the room was clean, I must say that was unconfortably small. 2 persons could not be at same time in the room. I am not claustrofobic, but not a choice in case you don t feel godd in small spaces.-

    4
    « Great location and friendly staff »

    We stayed here for 4 nights in May, and our room was very nice and modern with a large shower room. The room was also very clean and perfect for our stay. The staff are very friendly, and have a good knowledge of Paris and can advise you of day trip etc and how to get about, The location is ideal and is only 20 yards from the metro entrance which was great when coming back to the hotel from a day out in the city. We compared prices for various hotels in the area and this one compared very well. Thank you for a lovely stay.. Claire & Dougie

  • 4
    « Great location, small but well equipped room »

    We stayed for two nights for the tennis, in 2 classic rooms. The rates were on offer so was a very good deal for the time of year. Rooms were small but that's normal for central paris. Good facilities-our shower was great although my in-laws found theirs leaked into the main room. Location is great, some really nice places to eat nearby, and right next to a key tube line. 15/20 min walk to louvre or a couple of tube stops Staff were all friendly and helpful- we had an issue where our toilet wouldn't stop flushing, I reported it and it was fixed within the hour

    5
    « Well located, clean, urban design »

    My husband and I came to Paris for the weekend (originally booked at the Holiday Inn at Gare du la este). They unfortunately double booked our room (much to our dismay and irritation-especially since we had paid in full!!). They moved us to this hotel and frankly it was wonderful! Basic double room is small, but fantastically designed. Room was quiet, extremely clean and had a really cool urban edge. Honestly I was surprised it was a Best Western due to the on trend modern interiors. Great location if you want to be close to the Eurostar etc but equally easy to visit more touristy areas from there. We went for a quick trip from London (for the tennis etc) and didn't plan to spend a lot of time in the room, so the size didn't bother us. If it bothers you then choose a larger room! Overall a great stay in a central location, friendly staff, contemporary interiors. If we were going to Paris again and wanted to be near the Eurostar/city attractions we wouldn't hesitate to stay here again.

    3
    « Ok stay »

    Very small rooms, but that is like most Parisian hotels. Location is OK, it's on the border line of where you would want to stay in Paris. Any further out is the ghetto. We will not be staying at this hotel again

    5
    « Great stay near some famous venues and the train station! »

    Stayed one night at the hotel. Liked the proximity to the trainstation, the Metro and the Opera. The Rooms were stylish, comfortable and super-clean. Just the eggs at breakfast were too long boiled. ;-)

    5
    « Such a lovely hotel »

    Stayed here with my boyfriend and little sister on Easter bank holiday weekend. The room was stunning and perfectly clean with a beautiful interior- the bathroom was fresh out of Tumblr. The location is great, it's about a ten minute walk from Gare du Nord and there is a tube station right by it with good connections to attractions. Totally recommend, amazing value for money!

    5
    « Great Stay! »

    Like we had read and been told, the room was small. So, we weren't shocked or disappointed............however, we were "upgraded" at check-in and our room, had a bath that was unbelievably huge! Actually, the bath, located underneath the room in a basement, was the same side as the room. So, if, we got claustrophobic, we'd just go have a bath! We loved it! The bed was very comfortable, there were floor to ceiling blackout curtains that covered the windows and the door, the aircon was perfect. It just was perfection. Breakfast buffet was plentuful, although, if I have one complaint, the breakfast lady needs some training on customer service. The rest of the staff, though must go home each night with sore backs from bending over backwards so often to accommodate our needs. Truly a wonderful little hotel. And.........maybe 15 steps from the metro entrance! You just can't go wrong with this hotel. We were very pleased and it made our time in Paris carefree. We will definitely stay there again!

    4
    « Very quiet place and good money for value »

    We spend two nights in this hotel in April. We liked the fact that it was relatively well located. The rooms were clean even if it was very small. The bathroom was proportionally speaking bigger than the room. We really appreciated the fact that they were absolutely no noise during the night. We left the window open and it was still quiet! We did not try the breakfast.

    5
    « Good location, Friendly Staff »

    Hotel is very close to Eurostar station and very central. Our room was stylish and modern design. Also very clean. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Thanks for everything. We might come back.... :)

    5
    « A little Gem »

    A lovely clean hotel, there were plenty of clean fresh towels and lots of complimentary shampoos, body lotions etc in the rooms. The staff were very helpful and friendly. The metro is only a few minutes away so was very quick and easy to see all of the city. There were plenty of restaurants close to the hotel.

    4
    « Clean, neat, helpful »

    We were expecting more for the price tag - a room bigger than it was perhaps, in a nicer area (we walked from the station and we walked through slums), and some conditioner as well as shampoo. In essence, the room offered no more amenities or space than a cheap Travelodge would here in the UK. Despite that, what it lacked in quantity it made up for in quality. The room was immaculate, the bed comfortable, the shower nice enough and the staff were keen to help and assist. They all spoke good English too. The hotel doesn't have its own restaurant (unless you consider its breakfast bar) but reception recommended a very nice place to eat and we enjoyed it immensely. It's a no thrills hotel, but rest assured that you will rest easy and comfortably. We came here for a one night stay so it suited us perfectly. If you are having a longer stay with a possibility of spending some time in the hotel, this hotel may not be for you.

  • 4
    « Holidays in Paris »

    We had a nice and pleasant stay at this hotel, 1 minute from the M7 station and only 1 station from Paris Est. Hotel was very clean, breakfast can be taken all around in the area The hotel is clean and quiet. We stayed at the ground floor the bedroom was nice and downstairs we had the bathroom with a shower and a bathtub in it.

    5
    « Spring weekend in Paris »

    What a great pleasure this stay was. Hotel is great and staff super friendly. I booked it as a surprise birthday weekend for my wife and what a great service we had. Before we arrived Eduard prepared birthday cake and flowers!!! (Thank you again!!!) My wife was really impressed. I cannot recommend enough. Decent size room, tasty breakfast, really good overall. Clean and fresh. 2 seconds walk from Metro.

    4
    « Travellling on a budge »

    I chose this hotel for the location which is walking distance to Gare du Nord, Lafayette gallery and other tourist attractions. I was travelling with my two daughters so we booked a room for three and honestly given the convenient price I was a little undecided whether to change to a more up market hotel. We were presently surprised however, the room though on the small side as is usual in Paris, had a huge modern bathroom. The hotel is somewhere between a budget hotel and a boutique hotel. I have never encountered such helpful and lovely staff anywhere in the world. We were loaned adapters, advised on good places to eat, umbrellas and one morning we received a call to the room to say that since breakfast was finished would we like breakfast sent up to the room anyway! Breakfast is perfect with fresh baquettes and croissants, fruit salad, yoghurts and quality teas and coffees. If you are travelling on a budge and want a little pampering at the same time this is the hotel for you. By the way there are a number of good restaurants nearby including a Japanese which you have to book a couple of months in advance! See my review of Blue Bistro. I have awarded four starts as I don't want readers to be disappointed however in terms of quality and price 5 stars are in order.

    4
    « Great place »

    I had a great time at this hotel. The staff were so helpful in helping us get fast tickets to the main sites of Paris. The staff was always prompt helpful and polite. Room was nice and comfortable. I liked the Windows. We had a good time at this hotel. There were no hidden fees but a petty city tax to be paid at the end of stay. Overall I have no hesitation in recommending this hotel to any traveler of Paris. The other benefit is right on the metro and close to center of city.

    5
    « great place to stay in the heart of paris »

    loved my stay with this hotel. very friendly and helpful staff. thanks for the upgrade: room was spacious and well maintained, enjoyed the nespresso facility. best access to metro, and therefore everything in good reach. will def come back!

    4
    « Good except for a few things ... »

    I found this hotel on a price comparison website but I got a better deal from the hotel's website. I chose it because of the location (less than 10 mins' walk from Gare du Nord), good value (approx £80 per night for a four-star hotel) and the rooms were newly and attractively decorated. On my arrival, the friendly receptionist upgraded me to a superior room, which is a bit more spacious than the Classic. The room itself overlooked the street and I was originally a bit concerned about noise but I didn't need to be as it had excellent glazing/soundproofing. The bed was very comfortable. The only issues I'd raise were that I found an empty paper bag and Pepsi bottle under the bed (I left a note for the cleaner and received a note of apology in return), I wasn't enamoured with the breakfast (the scrambled eggs were so overcooked that they were like little balls of couscous and rolled off my fork) and on leaving I was asked to pay the full bill (on the receipt from my website booking it had stated that the full amount would be taking on booking) and when I questioned this the female receptionist was unfriendly and sullen. But all in all, I would stay here again and would recommend it to others. Oh and if you want a nice dinner, go around the corner to La Maison Bleue in Place Franz Liszt.

    3
    « Scrutinise the pictures of the rooms »

    Firstly, the staff were polite and welcoming. We chose the hotel on the basis of it being near the train stations (North & East), and the pictures displayed on the Hotels.com website, which seem to show reasonably sized rooms. Unfortunately we were not able to get our 2 suitcases into the room - simply no space to walk past, so we had to upgrade to a larger room, placing one of the site cases onto the desk. Apparently this is the "normal" size of rooms in Paris, so pick carefully.

    4
    « A tiny gem in Paris »

    A smart, clean, hotel. With what is usual for Paris tiny bedrooms, but very comfortable and with a fabulous shower. A handy location within easy reach of Gare du Nord and metres from the Metro. Also some great restaurants in the area

    4
    « very nice find »

    very nice hotel had an executive suite nice spacious room big bathroom with large shower, tub and 2 sinks the washroom is separated in a like closet the hotel is very clean and the staff friendly the location was perfect, few steps from the subway 10/15min walks from gare du nord so many restaurants around brasseries, Chinese take out, Italian, even a vegan restaurant front door. there is a supermarket MONOP 5 minutes away.

    5
    « Welcoming staff, comfortable and well located »

    This Best Western Premier is ideally located, less than 10 minutes walk from the Gare du Nord train station and 20 seconds away from the Metro Poissonnière. I happened to stay there several times and I always had a good experience. First a welcoming staff, speaking 2 or 3 languages. Then comfortable rooms with very nice bathrooms (the basic rooms are a bit small, book a superior or executive for more room). Breakfast is simple, but the croissants and some fresh bread will bring you all you need. In summary, a nice, practical, comfortable and welcoming hotel in the heart of Paris.

  • 4
    « Good location and impressive toilet! »

    The room is smaller than expected but overall is satisfied. The toilet is big and well equipped, very near to Metro station, friendly staff and a nice Asian food nearby the hotel. The room does not come with kettle, thus we have to boil water with coffee machine for our baby milk.

    4
    « ?Overall, very satisfied.? »

    Hotel was within easy walking distance to Gare Du Nord train station. The room decor was very modern / trendy, which gave the room a nice upscale feel. very trendy. The room we were in was a Jr. Suite. It was very roomy for the three adults in our party. It had one large bed (I believe it was a king) and a couch/sofa bed, which was rather comfy. The bathroom was quite large due to rainfall shower setup (no shower doors). While the shower setup was very nice, it did leave the surrounding bathroom floor quite wet so some we had to mop it up after each use. One of the best features of the hotel was its super close proximity to the Poissonniere Metro (subway) stop. The stop was literally right outside the hotel door. It wasn't a busy stop so people and traffic noise were quite low. Several nice Cafes were in all directions as were a number of convenience stores for wine, water, snacks, etc. The front desk staff were very nice/helpful. We were able to store our luggage after we checked out while we did some final exploring before our train to London. A small refrigerator was in the room which was nice to keep water/drinks/food chilled. There was also a coffee machine in the room (Keurig like), but ours did not function well. The bath towels were very large and plush, but the bed pillows were a bit soft for my taste. The hotel did offer breakfast, but we thought it was a bit pricey so we did not take advantage of it.

    5
    « Honeymoon »

    The are friendly and very helpful. They make you feel welcome from the get go. The rooms are very nice and the breakfast buffet is generously French. We had an amazing time and the location was perfect for journey.

    4
    « Cute, modern, and clean hotel that feels like a cocoon - in central Paris »

    I stayed at Faubourg 88 for a week of work in Paris, in July 2015. Paris was going through a heat wave then and I was delighted to have AC in my room! I also loved the fact that the AC would automatically turn off as soon as I opened the window, the kind of feature that all hotels should offer in countries where temperatures can be high. I had a wonderful experience. My room was clean, modern, and small - I think most are - but I didn't mind it at all, quite the contrary. I usually find large hotel rooms cold and intimidating and a bit sad if I'm on own, but my room at Faubourg 88 made me feel happy. The lay out was very good and I never felt once that I needed more space. I had very long working days which involved traveling all over Paris to meet new people everyday and was always looking forward to going back to my cocoon. Breakfast was simple but good, especially its breads and vienoiseries (croissants, pains au chocolat) from the local boulangerie. Fruit, Yoghurt, cereals, eggs, cheese and cold meats, with fresh juice. Like the bedrooms, the dining room is tiny - not its best feature. All members of staff I dealt with was very helpful and polite. The location is interesting. It's located just outside the Metro Poissoniere, a small tube station on line 7. The neighborhood is nice, safe, and feels very authentic compared to other touristy areas in the city. We tried a few restaurants around the hotel but I don't remember their name. There's one across the street that only serves raw food. I didn't try it but my colleagues raved about it. Parking: the hotel has got discounts with a local garage and it should cost you around 30 euros a day to park your car there Very often we parked it in the street (but be careful not to get a ticket and don't forget to pay the meter). I did have one negative experience one day when a couple of young people sat and started talking and smoking in the small hotel courtyard, just below my window, at 4am. This was unexpected as the hotel is smoke-free... Still, I will definitely book there again on my next trip to Paris and highly recommend it, especially to those who like me are planning to go around town quite a bit. However, if you're planning to spend a lot of time in your hotel room while in Paris and want some space, either book one of their big suites or look somewhere else.

    4
    « A bit off center, but good. »

    The hotel is not central in a touristic sense, but is very conveniently located, close to an underground station, allowing you to reach every part of Paris. The establisment underwent a total refurbishment and the rooms are spacious and endowed with modern features. The personnel is particularly cordial and helpful and the entire structure well kept and clean. (It is a pity that due probably to internet booking commissions and arrangements the breakfast in not included in the price offered, but in Paris a coffee and a croissant can be grabbed everywhere).

    4
    « 4 nights in Paris »

    We been in Paris from 5th Nov till 9th Nov 2015. Walking distance to Gare Du Nord station and poissonniere metro station.Our room was very nice and clean but a bit noisy at night. Staff there are very friendly and helpful, which make our stay there comfortable.

    4
    « Would Stay There again »

    My husband and I stayed at this hotel while we were in France celebrating our first anniversary. Everything was wonderful except for one incident. One of the pillows in our room smelled awful. I requested the pillow be removed from my room several times before it was removed. Other than the pillow incident everything was great. The front desk clerks were very helpful. They helped me and my husband navigate around Paris. I definitely will stay there again.

    4
    « Great hotel, ok location, rooms REALLY small »

    Everything about this hotel during our 6 night stay was top notch with the exception of the size of the rooms and the location. Reviews of hotels are always seen through the filter of the price you paid, and so for the price we paid we were more than satisfied with our stay. The only things I wished were a. we were in a better area like Le Marais or closer to the river. Everything was within a 30-40 minute walk though and so we walked most of the time (found the metro took longer to get anywhere). b. The room was a bit bigger, as a seasoned European traveler I always laugh when fellow North Americans complain about the size of the room and take the complaint with a grain of salt. This really was very small though, upgrade the room if you can. There was a bit of a noise transference issue with the room next door which could have been a problem but our neighbours were all very respectful, so it wasn't for us. Rooms were very clean and modern though, with an excellent shower so all in all we were happy.

    5
    « Small but perfectly formed »

    The room was tiny, but spotless, beautifully designed and not lacking anything. Kettle and tea/coffee provided. Right beside the metro, and only five minutes from the Gare du Nord, yet just off the main road, so relatively quiet. Ask for a room facing the courtyard for complete peace. Reception staff delightful and very helpful. Nice little bar area which also serves as the breakfast room, though we avoided breakfast since it's always better at a café outside. All in all, a very well-priced and decent hotel to which we would return without hesitation.

    5
    « An amazing experience at the Best Western Premier Faubourg 88 »

    Stayed at the hotel for 4 nights and was extremely pleased with our stay. We initially booked a standard room which was a bit small, but Grégoire our very friendly receptionist, was very kind and extremely helpful in arranging a slightly larger room. The hotel is conveniently situated near the Poissonniere metro station, with lots of restaurants and shops within walking distance. The hotel is small but very cozy, modern, quiet and fairly new. Extremely clean rooms and bathrooms. We also had breakfast included with our rooms which I highly recommend. Overall, we are extremely satisfied and pleased with our stay and experience at the Best Western Premier Faubourg 88.

  • 5
    « Great place to stay in Paris »

    Stayed there for an overnight in Paris. Very affordable. Location was perfect for our needs, very close to Gare du Nord. Room was small, extremely clean and quiet (with the windows closed), bedding was great, bathroom very clean and fully renovated, loved the shower, towels were perfect. Andree the receptionist as well as Edouard were amazingly friendly and helpful with their recommendations. Would definitely stay there again.

    4
    « A nice very clean in quite hotel in an uppercoming area in Paris »

    Clean rooms, friendly staff, smiles, close to Guard de Nord, metro at your doorstep, a lot of fun restaurants and bars near by. Area is a little run down however understand that is getting better. Breakfast expensive for 20 euros per person. We eat out for the same amount two people.

    5
    « Perfect Experience »

    The Best Western Premier Faubourg 88 was the perfect blend of quality, cleanliness and affordability in a lovely, modern hotel. Damien and Edouard did everything possible to make our stay in the Hotel, and in Paris as good as it could be. 100% recommended.

    5
    « Excellent bank holiday stay »

    Took the GF for a two night stay for the bank holiday weekend, was impressed with the size of the rooms, it's Paris after all and they are always compact but these had space and made full use of it. The staff were excellent and anything we requested was delivered and one of the gentleman on reception could not do enough for us, unfortunately I can't recall his name. The breakfast was good for the money but again it's surrounded with breakfast options so make sure you explore. Very impressed overall and will happily stay there again.

    5
    « Definitely WE WILL BE BACK!!! »

    A beautiful hotel with 29 rooms, very close to Rua(Street) Lafayette and much closer to the subway through which you can move around Paris. Walking will get you to Sacré Coeur, Galeries Lafayette, malls, restaurants etc. Very quiet hotel where you will sleep in your beds 2 x 2 after you take a good shower when you've walked all day enjoying the benefits of a city of which we are eternally in love. You will find the reception staff your best ally for everything, from the moment that you arrive are willing to help you with anything you need. Breakfast €14 per person for the buffet will be reduced to € 10 If you are agreeing to have breakfast at the hotel during your stay. For my taste the breakfast is very complete to start the morning: coffee according to your taste, tea of various qualities, pasta fresh, scrambled egg, bacon and sausages are included. Also juices, yogurt, cereals, various cheeses, and extraordinary attention from the person in charge of breakfast. I strongly recommend it to you. The cleanliness and neatness in general of this Hotel deserve to be featured. From here I would like to send my most sincere thanks to all the staff who made our stay so pleasant!! Thank you very much to all of you!!! Without a doubt on my next visit it will be my first choice to stay in Paris!!!!

    5
    « Perfekt Location, very friendly service, Metro only 100 meters away »

    Perfekt location, dogs are welcome, which is really hard to find in Paris. Service personall at the reception very very friendly, every question or wish was no problem, anytime an answer. Private parking 2 streets away from the hotel, the service personall also helped with that. We will come again!

    4
    « Top service »

    Great location for access to Gare du Nord train station. This small and narrow hotel utilizes every inch in a smart way. The reception, lobby, bar (open 24 hours), breakfast room, business corner is a nice welcome when you enter the narrow doors. The room was so clean and spotless that I felt I was the first person staying there. Smart room design uses a small space without getting cramped. Soft carpet and comfortable bed. Tiled bathroom and rain shower. Minibar and safe. It was very quiet, so it was easy to get a good sleep. What really stands out is the friendliness of the staff. They really go out of their way to service you. Everything from providing excellent restaurant recommendations to lending out their private umbrellas. The breakfast buffet is surprisingly well stocked for a small Paris hotel. My recommendations for improvements are more power outlets in the room and allowing access to more than 2 devices on the wifi.

    4
    « Good for Eurostar travellers »

    Smart, quiet and comfortable hotel within easy walking distance of the Gare du Nord, but breakfast buffet very cramped with poor service. It is not clear from the Best Western website nor from confirmation e-mail that breakfast is NOT included in most rates so check before confirming booking.

    5
    « exellent »

    I very happy with my stay in this hotel. I stayed with my daughter for 5 nights and we were very happy with it. The hotel was very clean, the staff was very helpful. The wifi was exellent. Of course the rooms are small but I find this true for all midclass hotels in Paris. I can not name one disadvantage. I recomend it to anyone who wants to have a short stay in Paris.

    5
    « Very nice stay, bathroom a bit tight »

    We had a very nice stay, excellent service, comfortable bed, great A/C, and clean room. The room was small and bathroom was tiny. The only challenge we had was with the rain shower head. It covered every square inch of the shower so you could not lather or add shampoo without it washing everything away before you could properly apply it. There was a secondary shower sprayer but you could not mount it. So it was either hold the sprayer in one hand or get blasted by the rain shower head. Other than that one inconvenience, it was a great place for our 6 night stay; near the metro for easy access to sites.

  • 4
    « Nice hotel and great location »

    I loved this hotel. It's small, but very modern and clean. Located just a few minutes walk from Gare Du Nord and very close to the metro, it's a great base for your Paris break. The staff are very friendly and provides excellent service throughout our weekend. I highly recommend it and will definitely book again when I return to Paris.

    4
    « Great stay in Paris »

    Stayed a couple nights here. Wonderful breakfast and nice rooms, pleasant stay all around. Close to the metro, also short walk to Gare du Nord, area felt safe (we were walking at night with our kids). Restaurants around us were closed due to their summer holidays, but there were others not far away.

    5
    « A good hotel »

    My main requirements for a hotel are a comfortable bed, a clean bathroom and a desk to work on, and my room had all of these. It's shockingly hard to find all three in the same hotel in Paris but this one had it. The front desk staff is very nice and helpful, wifi is good, it's ten steps to the metro, I had a very good experience here and plan to return.

 

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·From: North. Highway A1, A15, and A115 to Paris, then follow directions for Paris-Centre towards the BEST WESTERN PREMIER Faubourg 88. ·From: South. Highway A6 and A10 to Paris, then follow directions for Paris-Centre towards the BEST WESTERN PREMIER Faubourg 88. ·From: East. Highway A3 and A4 to Paris, then follow directions for Paris-Centre towards the BEST WESTERN PREMIER Faubourg 88. ·From: West. Highway A10, A13 and A14 to Paris. Follow directions for Paris-Centre towards the BEST WESTERN PREMIER Faubourg 88.