The 11th arrondissement of Paris is one of the most pleasant in the capital. And it is also very representative of the social diversity that reigns there. The streets of Oberkampf, Voltaire and Keller have become true models for Paris in terms of animation and quality of life, and are renowned for their restaurants, bars and stores. The 11th arrondissement is also historically rich thanks to Ménilmontant and Bastille. The district has made a name for itself thanks to the collection of the Edith-Piaf Museum, the programming of the Théâtre de la Bastille or the Théâtre de la Main d'Or, the projects of the association of artists' associations and the development of the city.Or, the projects of the MUR association, the evenings at the Café de la Danse, the grandiose shows of the Cirque d'Hiver, the dance steps at the Balajo or the beauty of the Saint-Ambroise Church. Relatively young, the population of the 11th is in constant evolution and redefinition. Hipsters for some, creative and inventive for others: what is sure is that it carries a part of the dynamism and the change in Paris. One visit to this neighborhood is enough to make you want to stay longer.
A discount hotel in the 11th arrondissement of Paris is not necessarily synonymous with bad service. The proof is in the Classics Hotel Paris Bastille. This charming 3-star hotel enjoys a dream location right in the center of the historic heart of the capital. It has 35 fully renovated rooms equipped with the latest standards of comfort, from Wi-Fi to television and double-glazing. However, the hotel's charm has been preserved. Each room, whether single, double, triple or family, is equipped with its own private bathroom with shower or bathtub, depending on the case. You can also enjoy a pleasant view on the garden or on the rue de Charonne. Take the opportunity to admire the old houses during the day or have a drink at the Bistrot du Peintre in the evening. The Classics Hotel Paris Bastille is located near the Marais, the Père Lachaise cemetery cemetery and the place de la Bastille to facilitate your travels in the capital. There are also metro stations on lines 2 (Alexandre Dumas), 8 (Ledru-Rollin) and 9 (Charonne) in the neighborhood.