Saint Lazare Train Station Paris
The Saint Lazare Train Station is one of the six train stations in Paris and was the first to be built in 1837.
Initially made of wood and built on the Place de l'Europe, the Saint Lazare Railway Station was nicknamed "the west pier". In 1841, it moves in front of the Place de l'Europe. It was not until 1842 that the building of the third station begins on its current location, rue Saint Lazare which it took its name from.
In 1867, the Saint Lazare Train Station is the most important of Paris and is extended to accommodate a number of passengers constantly increasing.
A shopping mall located in the basement of the Salle des Pas Perdus was built in 1974. It is now a real mall on 3 levels gathering no less than 80 shops.
It also has many listed historical monuments since 1984 as its facade and its roof or the Salle des Pas Perdus which has undergone various renovations through a large modernisation project that lasted 10 years.
Our hotel in Paris Saint Lazare located just a few minutes’ walk from the Saint Lazare Railway Station will be happy to welcome you during your stay in Paris.
Saint Lazare Railway Station in Paris
13 rue d’Amsterdam
Subway: Ligne 3, 9, 12, 13 and 14 Saint Lazare Stop