The colourful world of cultures lives in the middle of the 10th district. The 25hours Hotel Terminus Nord is located opposite the central railway station Gare du Nord and is a declaration of love to the lively spirit of this district and its inhabitants. A playful mix with colourful murals in street art style decorate rooms and public areas. The rooms are retreats in African and Asian-inspired colours and shapes. The pulsating heart of the house is the Neni Restaurant with its Israeli-Mediterranean cuisine and the Sape Bar with its large counter and heavy leather armchairs. The reception is reminiscent of a French kiosk and is the point of contact for guests and locals for wishes, questions and special things.

open: All year; from EUR 184; number of rooms: 237

  • Air conditioning
  • Bar with full range of alcoholic beverages
  • Parking available
  • Guestrooms with television
  • Showers
  • Meals. Extensive menu available
  • Vegetarian meals on the menu
  • Free WiFi

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25hours Hotel Terminus Nord
25hours Hotel Terminus Nord
25hours Hotel Terminus Nord
25hours Hotel Terminus Nord
25hours Hotel Terminus Nord
25hours Hotel Terminus Nord
25hours Hotel Terminus Nord
25hours Hotel Terminus Nord
25hours Hotel Terminus Nord

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