Hotel International

Dear customers, we inform you our hotel is under renovation but we will continue to make you welcome during renovation period.

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Welcome

The Hôtel International Paris offers charming, budget accommodation in a newly fashionable part of the French capital near the Canal Saint-Martin and République. We are currently upgrading our 2-star establishment in a renovation programme designed so that we can remain open without inconveniencing our guests. Our location, on a quiet street yet close to public transport, restaurants, nightlife and many interesting cultural sights, makes this an ideal base for your Paris trip.

Services

- Free wireless Internet access

- Continental breakfast

- Safe rental

- Complimentary luggage storage available before check-in and after checkout

- Complimentary map of Paris

- Tourist information

- Ticket desk

The Hotel

The Hotel International Paris remains open during our renovation programme, which is designed to provide a pristine, modern environment for our guests. The first renovated rooms will be available in early 2015.

We serve a Continental breakfast with a wide range of choice, either in our breakfast room or in your own room. We also have a pleasant lounge with a beautiful mural, a relaxing place to savour a cup of Nespresso coffee.

Rooms

Our 37 comfortable, peaceful rooms can accommodate up to 3 people, and each comes with a private bathroom with shower or bath.

- En suite bathroom with shower or bath

- WC

- Direct phone

- Television

- Free wireless Internet access

- Hairdryer

Hotel International Paris

Location

Our hotel is pleasantly and conveniently located on a quiet street in an authentic Parisian neighbourhood. We are near the Canal Saint-Martin and Rue Oberkampf, a street full of restaurants that comes alive at night. One of the mythical Paris theatres, the Palais des Glaces, is close by. A brisk walk or a few metro stops take you to Bastille or Hôtel de Ville via the quaint Marais district, and you can easily visit Nôtre Dame Cathedral, the Pompidou Centre or the Left Bank.