My Home in Paris Hotel
What We Love
- A charming boutique hotel in central Paris, with a delicious daily breakfast includedStaying in an up-and-coming neighborhood with great restaurants, cafés and nightlife
- Enjoying breakfast at the hotel, before exploring the local culinary scene later in the day
- Hopping on a nearby metro and visiting all of the French capital's must-see sights
What To Know
- Located in the 11th arrondissement and République district, near the Oberkampf metro station
- Receptionists are multilingual and available 24/7
- Breakfast is a mix of continental items like pastries, baguettes, fresh fruit, and juice
- Free WiFi
How to Get There
My wife and I stayed 3 nights at this hotel when visiting Paris for a sightseeing holiday. We arrived at the Gard du Nord on the Eurostar from London and one big advantage of the hotel is how easy it was to get there. A short ride on the Metro and very close to Oberkampf. This means that from the hotel it is easy to join the Metro or buses to get around Paris.
Another advantage is its quiet location off the main streets. It was very quiet through the night. The room was clean and modern with a comfortable bed. Breakfast was an additional charge but well worth staying in the hotel for. There are good local restaurants and cafes near by as alternatives for eating breakfast or other meals. The staff were very friendly and helpful.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Hotel My Home in Paris and can highly recommend it.
Stayed 4 nights in this wonderful property. Very clean and elegantly furnished. The staff were friendly and helpful. Breakfast is okay, could use more variety though. Located closed to the metro and has nice restaurants, boulangeries and bars nearby.
I wish I’d go more pictures than just the one of the view from our window of the courtyard. Because the hotel is very nice. The courtyard, the dining area, the reception area, the elevators, the rooms, the bathrooms; they’re all really nice. The bed in the room is very big and nice and comfortable to rest in after a long day of exploring. The bathrooms are small but clean and modern. There is a hairdryer provided and a safe, but no full length mirror or iron. The tv has a few English channels if that’s what you’re looking for. Breakfast seemed a little expensive, so we opted for a near by bakery (find that review, and don’t get breakfast at the hotel, get it at the bakery). If it’s your first time to Paris, I’d say stay elsewhere. It’s a little far out, and the staff aren’t the most informative in terms of recommending places to go, to eat, and how to get there using the nearby metro. However, if you know how to get around the city using the metro (the station is about 100m from the hotel) and know how to find good restaurants close by, then stay here. Staff were very helpful when it came to storing luggage after checkout for a late train home. Overall it’s a very good hotel and worth the price, especially because you have nearby hotels that cost the same amount that won’t be this quality. The cost you save staying this far from the city centre is probably worth it if you can navigate the metro