Vintage Hostel

73 rue de Dunkerque, Paris, Île-de-France, 75009, France | 2 star hostel
Prices starting from $49.00
 

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Paris 16-23 April

A travel blog entry by annamurchie on Apr 16, 2014

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Paris is a stunning city. It's beautiful and dirty and sleazy, but still so dignified and stand-offish. In 8 days, I feel like I did everything and nothing. Each morning, I would leave the hostel and just walk and walk. A different direction each morning and no destination in mind. It's amazing how many things there are to see in Paris that are …

The Interail journey begins...

A travel blog entry by george.lawson on Jul 14, 2013

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I write this now as I sit in my Paris hostel room with Brian, sipping on my Chimay lager and listening to the sound of loud French traffic from Rue de Dunkerque spilling through the open Mediterranean window.
It all began on the 14th July 2013, as I got out of my Dad's car and trudged over to Ethan and Alex like a tortoise, the rucksack I had …

Parisian Walkways and Cheap Red Wine

A travel blog entry by george.lawson on Jul 16, 2013

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Day 3 of interailing, and I awoke in my Paris hostel room after allowing myself, this time, a good night's sleep. In dire need of exercise, I forced down a vitamin C tablet and subjected my body (at this point sagging with two days of snacks) to a 15 minute workout with Brian. My breathless proclamation: "I'm having the first shower" signaled the …

Tuesday

A travel blog entry by melendra

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... and the website made it sound like booking in advance is necessary, but there wasn't anything else I could do. Since I knew Joe would have this same difficulty, Bryn and I raced over to him in his line. He and Sage were at the entrance when I reached him. As I explained that he and I would both need tickets too, the attendant for the 5 - 10 side spoke up. She said she'd let us in without the tickets. Then I had to explain that ...

Dinner, dancers and snakes

A travel blog entry by jott086

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Marie said I had to get up even though I was very tired! She said we were wasting the day so I dragged myself out of bed and got ready to go to Notre Dame.

My idea to walk. "it's close" I said. Well it would have been if I didn't get turned around, A nice man helped us and we were just a little way past. So many beautiful buildings don't know what they all were. We crossed the Seine to the island and found the line for admission which wasn't too long. Notre Dame ...

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This 2 star hostel, located in the Opéra area of Paris, is near Gare du Nord (La), Chez Michou, Rose Bakery, and La Cigale/La Boule Noire.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsVintage Hostel Paris

    Reviewed by george.lawson

    A warm, welcoming stay

    Reviewed Jul 14, 2013
    by (3 reviews) Didcot , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Staff were friendly and helpful and great views from the window onto Rue de Dunkerque.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by -thegrandtour-

    Ah!!

    Reviewed Nov 21, 2012
    by (5 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    Nothing works!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Vintage Hostel Paris

    Wroth to come back

    from

    It is convenient and close (still 8 minutes walk) to EuroStar. Not a fantastic place, a bit old and small; but it is of value.

    The breakfast is OK - basic not fancy. The neighborhood can be noisy because of weekend parties in other apartments.

    They do not provide lots of towel. Bed is small. Also there are several steps before you can get to the lift.

    But for the price, it is still a fair deal.

    OK for the price

    from

    Finding an inexpensive hotel room in Paris is pretty difficult, but we got a good price for this decent hotel. The rooms were small, but can't complain for the price. The hotel is near the gare du nord, but next time I'd like to find a hotel closer to the city center, even if I need to pay a little more.

    Great location for Eurostar travellers, good value for money!

    from

    We booked via Eurostar a 3 day package that included the trip from Waterloo station to Paris and 2 nights accommodation in the Prelude Hotel Gare du Nord (also known as the Relais Gare du Nord). The hotel is a convenient 7 min walk from the station. We arrived at Gare du Nord, walk to the hotel, left our luggage at the hotel and was on our way to see Paris in 30 minutes!!!! We only returned to the hotel around 21h00 that night and our luggage was safe, our room was very neat, clean and had everything we needed (even a tv, coffee and tea, kettle and even a hairdryer!). The furniture in the reception and lounge area was rather old and old fasioned. We rented a safety deposit box for 4 euros a day.

    Perfect little Hotel for the First time in Paris!

    from

    The rooms were clean and nice, super comfy bed and they doubled up the pillows so we weren't stuck with flimsy pillows. The bathroom was small, but clean and private. I couldn't possibly think of more.

    Overbooked

    from

    Hello,

    I have booked this hotel via Expedia already in January. As I arrived in March they told me that the hotel is over booked. They wanted us to stay in another hotel, which should be the same category, but it was terrible!

    So we discussed with the boss of the hotel more than one hour. Then we got a very very small room in the sixt floor. The room was very small but clean. It was Ok for three days, but we had to pay the full rate.

    I think that they take reservations and they do not care about the rooms they can offer.

    The hotel itself is OK and nice for the price.

    Markus from Vienna

    Great Value

    from

    This hotel is good value for money. The rooms are only small but very comfortable and clean. The hotel is in a great location to explore paris, its only a 5 minute walk to the Gare du Nord and the nearest metro station is at the top of the road. Its also very close to the Sacre Coeur. The only problem is that the walls are thin and you can hear the neighbours getting up in the morning. But other than that it is good hotel.

    Not great

    from

    Stayed here in August 2002.Booked on the internet for a double room & two children but when we got there they said they had no such room after i phoned to confirm this. The girl i spoke to had left so they eventually got us a room with an extra single which was cramped to say the least . would not use this sweat box again.

    Goog enough for me!

    from

    i took my boyfriend to paris as a surprise 21st birthday present, and we both loved it, despite the unwelcoming reviews i read a day before.

    After reading them, i was a bit wery at what to expect but the staff were nice and helpful, the rooms clean and the food was a brillant french start to the day.

    we were on a budget and found this to be a nice place to sleep, and if you are to be out exploring paris by night, when its at its best, like us, you won't hear through the 'thin walls' as it was reported, as everyone will be alseep!

    so don't listen to those bad reviews, in all, its a nice little hotel, which is a good place to sleep, before venturing off into the city again.

    You get what you pay for

    from

    My boyfriend and i stayed here 11-15 May 2004 through Hotels. We paid £50 per night. We arrived at 12 noon and although we weren't able to check in before 2pm, the staff were happy to store our luggage. The hotel is situated in a quiet street, however there is a small supermarket next door & a lovely little boulangerie across the road. While waiting to check in we went for a short stroll and were surprised to see the Sacre Couer at the top of a hill, only minutes from the hotel. There is also Anvers Metro stop, which is on the same line as Pigalle and Moulin Rouge, only 2 minutes from the hotel, making travelling around Paris easy.

    Never Again

    from

    Made a reservation at this hotel through the Utell Hotel reservations website. Booked a higher rate that included breakfast and a welcome gift. These were denyed upon check - even though I had brought a copy of the e-mail reservation spelling it out the clerk quickly took this and somehow lost it by the next moring. A dishonest practice. The room, small but clean. Walls paper thin and you could hear your neighbor quite clearly. You get what you pay for. Next time I'll spend 10 euros more and stay at a more reputable hotel that is closer to the Gare du Nord station.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Vintage Hostel Paris

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good