1. Welcome to Hotel Albert I!

    With their sleek, elegant furniture and their cozy setups, our 55 air-conditioned, en suite rooms will win your heart over.

    Kick-start your day with a buffet breakfast, served from 07:00 till 10:30 in our breakfast room, cheerfully decorated with photos of Paris.

    Free Wi-Fi internet access is provided throughout the hotel. An internet point can be found at the hotel’s reception and a self-service ice maker is also available (in the basement).

    Soft drinks can be purchased at the reception (on request).

    On arrival and/or departure day, guests are welcome to use luggage storage facilities, in order to have the whole day to themselves.

    • Check-in: 14:00
    • Check-out: 12:00
    • Our hotel is open throughout the year, 24h/day. In case of late arrival guests are kindly requested to contact the property.
    • Payment methods: Visa, Mastercards, American Express, Dinersclub, JCB, Cash.


    The 3-star Hotel Albert I is strategically located between Gare de l’Est and Gare du Nord train stations. Serviced by Eurostar & Thalys high-speed trains, the latter provides quick access to Villepinte via RER.
    Just steps to Canal St.-Martin, next to both Opéra and Grands Magasins, the hotel is set within easy walking distance to Montmartre and Sacré-Coeur.
    For business and leisure travellers exploring the City of Lights, our 55 rooms are on offer to choose from.
    Free Wi-Fi access is provided in all areas and a business corner is at guests’ disposal.
    Offering you an extensive array of services, Hotel Albert I will help you make the most of your stay in Paris.

    Things to do nearby

    Saint-Martin Canal

    A 4.5-km waterway running underground for 2 km, Canal St-Martin connects Bassin de la Villette to the Seine, the height difference between its highest and its lowest point being of 25 metres. Dug in 1825 on the initiative of Napoleon, wishing to provide Paris with drinking water, it became an extension of the Ourcq Canal. Featured in the film Hôtel du Nord by Marcel Carné, the then working-class neighbourhood was mostly made of tanneries, paper mills and faience factories. In early 1970’s, a project intending to cover the whole canal over by a motorway was developed. Fortunately, joint efforts of locals and André Malraux’s intervention could prevent it from coming to life. With its charming arched walkways, its swing bridges (rue Dieu) and its 9 locks, where péniches coming from Port de l'Arsenal and la Villette flock to, the canal, lined with century-old chestnut and plane trees, attracts bunches of hiking and cycling lovers, especially on Sundays.



    Some services for your ultimate comfort:

    • Marble and granite bathroom with bathtub or shower
    • Hair dryer
    • Air conditioner (May to October)
    • Telephone
    • LCD TV
    • Canal+ channels
    • International satellite channels
    • PayTV
    • TV with built-in radio
    • Welcome tray – free tea/coffee
    • Free individual safety box
    • Desk
    • FREE Wi-Fi internet access
    • Baby cot (free for children under 2 years, available upon request)
    • Iron and ironing board (free of charge, upon request)
    • Non-smoking rooms (upon request)