The DNA: 25hours Hotel Terminus Nord is located opposite the Gare du Nord in Paris’ vibrant 10th arrondissement. Augsburg, Germany-based design firm Dreimeta worked on the design. Parisian art consultancy Visto Images curated the hotel’s artful flair, which includes the large-format Neighborhood Heroes portrait series, which depicts a variety of local residents. The hotel’s signature eatery NENI boasts a large communal table and upholstered benches and chairs that reinterpret traditional French savoir-vivre while serving cuisine with Persian, Arab, French and Russian influences. The focal point of SAPE Bar is a large counter made from bronze-toned mosaic glass, while dark floors, green curtains, and leather chairs recall a gentlemen’s club. Guests can enjoy cocktails created by Jorg Meyer, an internationally renowned bartender from Hamburg. Also, a coffee corner and a vintage coffee truck are also open to everyone. Spread across six floors, the 237 guestrooms feature African and Asian influences across five color schemes, including Asian-inspired carpet patterns and African fabrics and floral wallpaper. From the Small Room to Extra Large+, urban nomads will appreciate exquisitely comfy beds, air conditioning, minibars, Bluetooth speakers and free high-speed WIFI.
✅ free Wi-Fi • size matters: 237 rooms (12-33m2) (129-355 sq ft) • hotel opened: 2019 (previously Hotel Mercure) • interior design: Dreimeta • parking possible nearby (charged) • pets allowed on request • 24-hour front desk • wheelchair accessible