easyHotel will open the doors of its second hotel in the Paris region in March 2023. It grows the affordable low-carbon hotel chain’s French portfolio to three properties.
easyHotel Paris Nord Aubervilliers will be a 180-key hotel located just to the north of Paris, in the suburb of Aubervilliers. It will boast a contemporary design married with a minimal approach to construction to minimise emissions. Additional amenities will include a lobby and a breakfast room.
It is part of the JUMP complex a building designed by Dutch architect firm, KAAN Architecten and developed by Icade, a real estate investment trust. The complex is certified BREEAM Very Good and enjoys a reduced carbon footprint due to its natural ventilation system. This capacity is in phase with easyHotel’s strategic goals to be the become the leader in low-carbon, affordable hotel accommodation in Europe.
The hotel will be located at the Front Populaire station on line 12 of the Paris metro. It will offer guests easy access to the French capital and is situated near many office buildings, including the Paris Olympic Committee.
easyHotel has stated its ambition to target pan-European growth, with a particular focus on expanding its footprint in France and Spain.
Paris, known as The City of Light, continues to attract tourists from all over the world – in 2022, it was once again the most visited city in the world, making it a perfect destination for an easyHotel. Consequently, the Parisian hotel market is very competitive, meaning the average price of a night’s stay remains relatively high. Affordable accommodation has a real opportunity to appeal to all types of customers. Why pay a lot for a hotel room when most of your time is spent exploring and making memories in the city? We provide our customers with a comfortable, low-carbon and super easy night’s stay at an affordable price, making Paris a much more accessible destination. Our mission as we look to double our portfolio by 2026, is to ensure cities are accessible both financially and in terms of well-located hotels.
Karim Malak, CEO of easyHotel