25hours hotels debuts first property in Paris

Amy Horsfield By Amy Horsfield
07 February 2019 | Updated 07 February 2019

France: 25hours Hotel Terminus Nord, located opposite the Gare du Nord, welcomed its first guests on January 7, 2019, and is currently accepting bookings.

The thirteenth hotel extends the brand internationally beyond other locations in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Hotels in Florence and Dubai will follow in 2020.

CEO Christoph Hoffmann said: "I love Paris, so the opening of our hotel near the Gare du Nord is a real dream come true for me. The neighbourhood is very attractive as a hotel location and popular with guests from all over the world. We wrote a story that was practically made for the Terminus Nord, underlining its character as a hotel and giving it an even greater appeal." 

Armin Fischer and Andrea Kraft ­Hammerschall and their creative design team at DREIMETA in Augsburg were responsible for redesigning the 237 rooms. They were also supported by the Parisian art consultancy agency VISTO IMAGES that curate art collections for hotels, companies and private residences.

Room prices start at EUR 174 per night. There is a special opening offer available for stays until March 10, 2019, starting from EUR 159 for a single room, including breakfast. This excludes trade fair periods. The remaining 96 rooms will be completed during 2019.

The 25hours Hotel Company was founded in 2005 by Stephan Gerhard, Ardi Goldman, Christoph Hoffmann and Kai Hollmann, and now operates eleven hotels in German-speaking countries. 2018 will also see another opening, 25hours Hotel Terminus Nord (Paris) The 25hours Hotel Firenze and 25hours Hotel Dubai will open in 2020. The 25hours Hotel Company formed a strategic alliance with AccorHotels in 2016, and now also pursues hotel projects around the globe.

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