+33 1 40 37 71 15 contact@lenahotel.com

Contact us

  • 98 Boulevard de Magenta

    75010 PARIS

  • contact@lenahotel.com

    +33 1 40 37 71 15



Train station Gare du Nord: Lines 4, 5, and RER B, D, and E

Train station Gare de l’Est: Lines 4, 5, and 7


From Gare de Lyon: Take bus 91 and stop at Gare du Nord.

From Gare Saint-Lazare: Take bus 26 and stop at Gare du Nord.



Roissy Charles de Gaulle: Take RER B and stop at Gare du Nord.

Orly: Take RER C to Saint-Michel Notre-Dame then change for RER B and stop at Gare du Nord.

For a taxi, the rates are regultaed. For Roissy CDG, the price is 50 euros. For Orly, the price is 35 euros.


Gare du Nord and Gare de l’Est are within walking distance.

From Gare Montparnasse, take metro line 4 or bus 91 then stop at Gare du Nord or Gare de l’Est.

From Gare de Lyon, take RER D or bus 91 to stop at Gare du Nord.

From Gare Saint-Lazare, take RER E or bus 26 and stop at Gare du Nord.

Discover the Paris of Léna

Léna decided to settle down between Gare du Nord and Gare de l’Est, on the lively boulevard Magenta.
Thanks to the numerous metro and bus lines nearby you will be able to quickly and easily visit all the wonders of Paris. Notre-Dame, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Galeries Lafayette and other Grands Magasins, Operas Garnier and Bastille are accessible directly with the metro.

Great Parisian monuments such as the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, the Sacré-Coeur Basillica, the Pompidou center, and the Marais are easily accessed with direct buses.

Hôtel Léna is the ideal location to immerge yourself in the bright atmosphere of the City of Light but do not forget to enjoy the little gems of the neighborhood.

Discover the neighborhood of Léna

10th district is among the most vibrants of Paris. It benefits from an interesting mix of styles. You will find the warmth and authenticity of a popular area associated with trendiness and high-quality of local businesses.

For gourmet food, the Saint Quentin Market just across the street and well worth the trip as it offers many fresh and typical French delights. The nearby streets are filled with brasseries and restaurants for all tastes.

Paris’ story is also within its pavements. Stop at rue de Chabrol to take a break at the garden of the library François Sagan to observe the nice renovation of the old jailhouse. Immerge yourself in contemplation of Gare du Nord and Gare de l’Est to appreciate the impressionist paintings or go forth to the gateways of Porte Saint Denis and Porte Saint Martin to see the witnesses of Paris’ past frontiers…