Hotel Le Rocroy

13 rue de Rocroy, Paris, France, Distance from city centre: 1.9km
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Rating: 84%from 9 reviews

  • 84%Atmosphere
  • 91%Staff
  • 84%Security
  • 86%Cleanliness
  • 82%Location
  • 86%Value for money
  • 73%Facilities
3-Star Hotel in the center of Paris
Walk from Gare du Nord to Le Rocroy hotel lobby in only minutes. Located near Montmartre, Sacre-Couer, Etoile, Champs Elysees, Les Halles, Opera, Stade de France, and the most exclusive shopping Paris has to offer; Le Rocroy is the perfect choice for business trips, weekend get-aways, or family vacations. All rooms have been recently renovated with the style and comfort expected from a quality 3-Star hotel.
Services
Our locally owned and operated property boasts fifty-four recently renovated rooms that reflect Parisian style and deliver a comfortable refuge from a hectic day of sight seeing or business meetings.
Our staff is available to assist you in English, Italian and Spanish.

Prices are per person per night.

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Cancellation Policy

This property has a 2 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.

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Le Rocroy is easily accessible from Metro Line 4 (purple) and Line 5 (orange) and RER B to Gare du Nord station. It is also accessible from the Anvers stop on Metro Line 2 (blue).

From Gare du Nord:
Exit the station at the exit (sortie) named “Rue de Dunkerque.” Upon exiting the station take a right onto Rue de Dunkerque, cross to the left side of the street and check to see that street numbers getting higher. After about 2 minutes you will come to a large intersection with several streets (Boulevard de Magenta and Rue de Maubeuge). At the intersection, take the 3rd street on your left, which is Rue de Maubeuge (the 1st street on your right is also called Rue de Maubeuge, but this will go in the wrong direction). Walk down the Rue de Maubeuge and the first street to your left will be Rue de Rocroy. Walk to number 13 on the right side of the street. Welcome, you’re here!

From CDG – Aéroport Charles De Gaulle Airport:
Take the train called RER B in the direction of Saint Rémy les Chevreuse or Robinson. Get off at the station called Gare du Nord (NOTE: keep your tickets handy as you will need them to get out of the RER). Upon exiting the station take a right onto Rue de Dunkerque, cross to the left side of the street and check to see that street numbers getting higher. After about 2 minutes you will come to a large intersection with several streets (Boulevard de Magenta and Rue de Maubeuge). At the intersection, take the 3rd street on your left, which is Rue de Maubeuge (the 1st street on your right is also called Rue de Maubeuge, but this will go in the wrong direction). Walk down the Rue de Maubeuge and the first street to your left will be Rue de Rocroy. Walk to number 13 on the right side of the street. Welcome, you’re here!

From ORLY Airport:
Take the Orlyval shuttle to the RER B station named Anthony. There, take the RER B direction Aeroport Charles de Gaulle (NOTE: keep your tickets handy as you will need them to get out of the RER). Exit the station at the exit (sortie) named “Rue de Dunkerque.” Upon exiting the station take a right onto Rue de Dunkerque, cross to the left side of the street and check to see that street numbers getting higher. After about 2 minutes you will come to a large intersection with several streets (Boulevard de Magenta and Rue de Maubeuge). At the intersection, take the 3rd street on your left, which is Rue de Maubeuge (the 1st street on your right is also called Rue de Maubeuge, but this will go in the wrong direction). Walk down the Rue de Maubeuge and the first street to your left will be Rue de Rocroy. Walk to number 13 on the right side of the street. Welcome, you’re here!

From Porte Maillot:
Take the Bus to Porte Maillot (where the bus ends). Find Metro Line 1 (follow the crowd, short walk). Hop on Metro Line 1 in the direction of Chateau de Vincennes and go 10 stops to Chatelet. Change to Line 4 in the direction of Porte de Clignancourt for 7 stops and get off at “Gare du Nord” station. Upon exiting the station take a right onto Rue de Dunkerque, cross to the left side of the street and check to see that street numbers getting higher. After about 2 minutes you will come to a large intersection with several streets (Boulevard de Magenta and Rue de Maubeuge). At the intersection, take the 3rd street on your left, which is Rue de Maubeuge (the 1st street on your right is also called Rue de Maubeuge, but this will go in the wrong direction). Walk down the Rue de Maubeuge and the first street to your left will be Rue de Rocroy. Walk to number 13 on the right side of the street. Welcome, you’re here.

From Gare Montparnasse:
Take Metro Line 4 in the direction of Porte de Clignancourt 14 stops to Gare du Nord Station. Exit the station at the exit (sortie) named “Rue de Dunkerque.” Upon exiting the station take a right onto Rue de Dunkerque, cross to the left side of the street and check to see that street numbers getting higher. After about 2 minutes you will come to a large intersection with several streets (Boulevard de Magenta and Rue de Maubeuge). At the intersection, take the 3rd street on your left, which is Rue de Maubeuge (the 1st street on your right is also called Rue de Maubeuge, but this will go in the wrong direction). Walk down the Rue de Maubeuge and the first street to your left will be Rue de Rocroy. Walk to number 13 on the right side of the street. Welcome, you’re here!

From Gare de Lyon:
At Gare de Lyon, take metro line 1 in the direction of La Défense 4 stops to Chatelet. Here, change to metro line 4, in the direction of Porte de Clignancourt. Ride the metro for 7 stops to Gare du Nord. Exit the station at the exit (sortie) named “Rue de Dunkerque.” Upon exiting the station take a right onto Rue de Dunkerque, cross to the left side of the street and check to see that street numbers getting higher. After about 2 minutes you will come to a large intersection with several streets (Boulevard de Magenta and Rue de Maubeuge). At the intersection, take the 3rd street on your left, which is Rue de Maubeuge (the 1st street on your right is also called Rue de Maubeuge, but this will go in the wrong direction). Walk down the Rue de Maubeuge and the first street to your left will be Rue de Rocroy. Walk to number 13 on the right side of the street. Welcome, you’re here!

From Gare D’Austerlitz:
Take Metro Line 5 in the direction of Bobigny Pablo Picasso for 9 stops to Gare du Nord station. Exit the station at the exit (sortie) named “Rue de Dunkerque.” Upon exiting the station take a right onto Rue de Dunkerque, cross to the left side of the street and check to see that street numbers getting higher. After about 2 minutes you will come to a large intersection with several streets (Boulevard de Magenta and Rue de Maubeuge). At the intersection, take the 3rd street on your left, which is Rue de Maubeuge (the 1st street on your right is also called Rue de Maubeuge, but this will go in the wrong direction). Walk down the Rue de Maubeuge and the first street to your left will be Rue de Rocroy. Walk to number 13 on the right side of the street. Welcome, you’re here!

From Gare de l’Est:
Take metro line 4 in the direction of Porte de Clignancourt one stop to Gare du Nord. Exit the station at the exit (sortie) named “Rue de Dunkerque.” Upon exiting the station take a right onto Rue de Dunkerque, cross to the left side of the street and check to see that street numbers getting higher. After about 2 minutes you will come to a large intersection with several streets (Boulevard de Magenta and Rue de Maubeuge). At the intersection, take the 3rd street on your left, which is Rue de Maubeuge (the 1st street on your right is also called Rue de Maubeuge, but this will go in the wrong direction). Walk down the Rue de Maubeuge and the first street to your left will be Rue de Rocroy. Walk to number 13 on the right side of the street. Welcome, you’re here!

Located Near

Next to GARE DU NORD station (Eurostar and Thalys), with a direct access to CDG and Orly airports, ideally located in a quiet street, very close to MONTMARTRE and the Sacr Coeur, the OPERA, the shopping areas... The several lines of metro will also give you access to all the main touristic sights.
'Velib' is also available next to the hotel.

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