Hotel Beaurepaire

With a stay at Hotel Beaurepaire in Paris (Paris City Center), you'll be within a 5-minute walk of Canal Saint-Martin and Place de la Republique. This hotel is 1.3 mi (2.1 km) from Centre Pompidou and 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Galeries Lafayette.Stay in one of 40 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televis...

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Quarto solteiro

Max. 1 adult


Quarto quádruplo

Max. 4 adults and 3 children


Quarto casal ou duplo clássico

Max. 2 adults and 1 child


Quarto casal ou duplo conforto

Max. 2 adults and 1 child


Quarto triplo

Max. 3 adults and 2 children


Quarto duplo

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

Property Info

Check-in starts at: 15:30

Check-out ends at: 11:30

With a stay at Hotel Beaurepaire in Paris (Paris City Center), you'll be within a 5-minute walk of Canal Saint-Martin and Place de la Republique. This hotel is 1.3 mi (2.1 km) from Centre Pompidou and 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Galeries Lafayette.Stay in one of 40 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Your room comes with a Select Comfort bed. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have showers and hair dryers.Continental breakfasts are available daily from 7:00 AM to 10:00 AM for a fee.Make use of...

31 Rue Albert Thomas - Paris, Paris - France - 75010

Property Amenities

Check-in starts at: 15:30

Check-out ends at: 11:30

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Fantastic customer service

Reviewed 16 march, 2023

Great customer service from the manager Pape! Very understanding of needs and accommodating. Hotel is located in good area that has hood transport links and is within walking distance from the world-renowned Carratte. Would definitely recommend this hotel!

Faissal R

Well-Priced Hotel in a Great Neighborhood of Paris

Reviewed 15 september, 2022

After much research, I booked Hotel Beaurepaire for my husband and I based on the location and great price. We requested a balcony room as we were celebrating our anniversary. We were pleasantly surprised to have been granted our request upon arrival and the balcony was 1000% the move. I would have been disappointed in the accommodations without it. Made the small room feel much bigger and you get to experience the sounds of the neighborhood. The hotel has no AC which was fine for the cooler temps we experienced. There is a fan in the room which helped as well. The bathroom is so small. Nice shower but you can hardly sit on the toilet, the wall is so close to it. Turn down service was wonderful, everything in the room clean, and the Nespresso machine was great. You can hear other guests through the walls but the fan drowns it out. The hotel could use some upgrades in the lobby and stairwells. The elevator is as small as they say; room for one person and maybe one suitcase. Great restaurants and bakeries in the neighborhood and easy access to the Metro and bus lines. Overall we loved being in this neighborhood and the staff was so helpful and friendly.


Good budget option, well located

Reviewed 21 august, 2022

I enjoyed my solo stay here and the standard room was fine for one, but would have been a squeeze for two. The room was spotlessly clean though with a very omfortable bed and qood quality toiletries and a Nespresso machine. Breakfast was simple, but fine if you don’t have time to visit a local cafe or bakery. I found all the staff friendly and helpful and the daily maid service very thorough. The location is great and seemed to be 20 minutes walk from everywhere I wanted to go. The Velib city bikes can be picked up close by for longer journeys.


Horrible experience, find another place to stay

Reviewed 23 july, 2022

First impressions when entering the building was «wtf did I book». Tiny entrance that didn’t feel quite welcoming, just like the elevator, could barely fit in it with my suitcase. When I exited the elevator to my floor, all of the lights were out, and they didn´t switch on, I had to use flashlight from my phone in order to see the room... Over to the service: horrible service by an indian receptionist who spoke neither french nor proper english. We were two friends who had booked a room together, but my friends flight was delayed so I naturally checked in before. When my friend came to check in, the receptionist denied her entrance(!!?) and called up to my room in order to confirm, instead of checking the actual booking. Then later, around 1am this man came and knocked on our door and meant that my friend shouldn’t be allowed to stay? Altough we had booked a room for 2 and payed in advance? I have never experienced such bad service, and a receptionist repeatingly calling and knocking on my room door. This was absoloutely outrageous. What would have been a 3 night booking, ended the following morning, and even then the receptionist got rude when I said the stay didn’t go so well. Also: the rooms where cramped and tiny, shower had a dirty towel laying on the floor, no AC- just a tiny fan, the mattress kept sliding and the room was dusty (got allergies? Stay far away!) The photos of the hotel are misleading at best. Overall I wouldn’t recommend this place to anyone, I am baffled by this experience and would advice you to save your money and go to a hotel where staff behave and give proper service. So disappointed.


Extremely rude staff

Reviewed 30 december, 2019

Upon arrival the lady at the reception seemed very uninterested to say the least, she spoke a maximum of 5 words to us despite me having said I speak French. We knew that the French could be a tad arrogant, but hotel staff? Really? Staff (including breakfast staff) was very rude and uninterested. When checking out on the last day, the lady just said “K. Bye.” Nothing like “I hope you enjoyed your stay!” or anything. She seemed more than happy we were leaving. Also, it seemed strange that this one reception clerk suddenly asked us to leave our key without explaining why (the other two didn’t ask). We knew Parisian hotels are tiny, but pictures of the room were obviously taken with a very wide angled lens. The bed was bit small for two adults, it was also quite short (boyfriends feet stuck out). The elevator was despicable, two adults didn’t fit in there, let alone any luggage! The matras itself however was comfortable. Pillows were extremely thin, as well as the “duvet”. Despite having turned the heater off completely and having a very thin duvet, it was extremely hot in the room. We weren’t comfortable opening the windows at night because of the noice and because of safety. We had booked a deal which included breakfast. We read that breakfast normally costs €12, that’s definitely way overpriced. There wasn’t enough food, the mini croissants and bread ran out quickly. The cake was very old, dry and there generally wasn’t much variety. The bathroom... My god! If you’re over 1.80m , you won’t be able to properly use the toilet. The shower was extremely cramped, you couldn’t shave your legs or use showergel without opening the doors (which would result in a very wet bathroom floor). We did however get clean towels (which were comfortably soft) and toilet paper every day. The room was fairly clean, I did however find a large pile of dust underneath the bed (which explains the constant sneezing). The walls were thin, we could hear the “neighbors” showering. The area around the hotel has got lots of bars and restaurants, metro stations are located conveniently and you can get anywhere pretty quickly (when the staff are not on strike). We felt bad for the homeless people sleeping out in the cold a couple meters from the hotel entrance. They weren’t bothering anyone though. We visit Paris every year, but we most likely won’t be returning to hotel Beaurepaire.