Even those visiting Paris for the first time will be familiar with the inspiration behind the names of the four rooms at La Villa Paris: Opéra, Champs Elysées, Concorde and Bastille. Marie Funke, the owner of this red brick mansion, is determined to make your stay a memorable one, and does a lot more than just prepare fantastic breakfasts to ensure your satisfaction. You can depend on her, not only for information on nearby attractions, but also for packed lunches for outings. All the rooms are comfortable, but perhaps the most special one is the elegant Champs Elysées, which even has a Jacuzzi. Start your day with some delicious French pastries, croissants and hot beverages, after which you can head out to explore the nearby Parc Montsouris and Musée Jean Moulin. Take your own time, as you can let yourself in at any time with your own key.
Marriott's Village d'lle-de-France is an ideal spot from which to stage a relaxing vacation in the French countryside. Combining traditional elements with modern amenities, the hotel features two story, 2-3 bedroom elegant townhouses adjacent to Disneyland Golf and just minutes from Disneyland Paris. A complete holiday package in store.
Au Sourire de Montmartre claims to be able to make you feel at home in the City of Light, a promise it most definitely lives up to. The atmosphere at this luxurious B&B is best described as a fusion of Morocco and France, the countries to which the two owners belong. Room Marrakech, with its traditional light fixtures and Tadelakt-covered walls create a wonderful Moroccan ambiance; Room Montmatre, on the other hand, with its antiques from the nearby Saint-Ouen market, reminds you of the fact that you are actually still in a historic neighborhood of Paris. The other three rooms are also elegantly furnished according to individual themes and come with modern amenities like iMacs.