Just off the Champs-Élysées, this four-star hotel offers excellent service in luxurious surroundings. A superb crystal chandelier graces the main gray marble foyer, and the hotel's Louis XIII lounge features an exquisite Renaissance-style fireplace. Bedrooms contain an impressive array of Louis XVI antique furniture and artwork. The hotel's elegant Le Cinq restaurant, awarded two stars by the Michelin Guide, overlooks a pretty marble courtyard, and the breakfast lounge is popular with the media crowd.
Sleep in class at this five-star deluxe hotel occupying the prestigious Rue de la Paix in the heart of the city. Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme offers the splendors of luxury accommodations in a contemporary setting graced with designs by celebrated architect Ed Tuttle. From the traditional Park Queen room to the lavish Imperial Suite, each abode is furnished with high-end amenities with an underlying wood, silk and bronze theme. The signature Hyatt hospitality extends to the myriad facilities- from the onsite restaurants, including the Michelin starred Pur' to the exquisite Le Spa. To take care of all your business needs, there's a state-of-the-art business center aided by secretarial services and Hyatt event planning along with wireless internet access throughout the premises. So, whether on a family vacation or a business trip, staying with Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme is certainly going to enhance your visit to the City of Lights.
Jules & Jim is a beautiful little hotel located in the lanes of Paris. With 23 rooms that have state-of-the art facilities, this hotel boasts about its prompt service and contemporary cocktail bar. It provides basic amenities like television, wireless internet and breakfast. The hotel also has a library and a photo gallery to keep its guests engaged. To book a room or satisfy other queries, please have a look at their website.
Built on the foundations of a 13th-century abbey and located just two blocks from the banks of the Seine, the Relais Christine is a romantic oasis of peace in the heart of St-Germain-des-Prés. The large, bright, comfortable rooms boast an elegant décor with medieval wooden beams, Toile de Jouy and Louis XIII antique furniture. Breakfast is served in a cavernous, charming room, which was once an old chapel. The staff speak French, Spanish, Italian and English.
This legendary hotel is owned by the royal Brunei family. The Avenue Montaigne location serves it well and puts guests within earshot of many prominent attractions. Entirely renovated in 2001, the hotel's rooms are decorated in an art deco style with impressive attention to detail without holding back on extravagance. The majority of the rooms look out onto a courtyard embellished with a waterfall and Virginia creepers. In the basement there is a fitness center with beautiful mahogany woodwork and equipped with Cybex exercise machines. The hotel's restaurants and bar are managed by Alain Ducasse, one of France's most famous chefs.
This superb hotel is situated on Rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré, in the heart of the fashion district. It was originally constructed in 1758 by the keeper of King Louis XV's buildings. Today, it is a superb palace with gardens, antique furniture, objects of art and old master paintings. It has garnered a reputation as a good hotel with all basic amenities to ensure the comfort of the guests. Whether you come to Paris on holiday or for business, Hôtel Le Bristol will ensure your stay is unforgettable. Breakfast is available.
Founded in 1948, the two youth hostels, Auberge de Jeunesse Louvre and the one found in the Latin Quarter, have hosted thousands of young travelers. These two hostels are both very well placed, this one being only five minutes from the Louvre. With its cheap prices, beautiful interior and charm, it is a perfect place for backpackers to stay in Paris for relatively little money. Besides the good prices, both these places facilitate encounters with other young travelers from around the world. The hostels are open every day, all day and all prices include breakfast. There are single rooms (only in the Quartier Latin hostel), private double rooms and dorms for 4, 8 or 10 people available. Reserve your room in advance!
This attractive two-star hotel occupies a central location not far from the Louvre and the Tuileries gardens. The interior exhibits a rich and original decor. In the salon, which also serves as a breakfast room, you will find antique chests, tables and an impressive collection of 19th-century paintings. The rooms are also furnished with antiques, among them Napoléon style benches and Louis-Philippe desks. The rooms on the top floor are the biggest - some have balconies.
As its name implies, this hotel combines British courtesy and custom with French elegance. This three-star hotel was created by an English family, in the 19th Century, and became the headquarters of the Quakers, a humanitarian organization, in France, during World War I. It has remained a traditional choice for English-speaking tourists staying in Paris, who like to savor its sophisticated food and drink, and admire the Turner paintings which hang on the walls. The rooms are richly decorated in warm burgandy, goldtone fabrics and wood accents. In-room amenities include broadband Internet access and a minibar.
The Rivoli is affordable for the budget traveler who is backpacking or suit-casing. This hotel doesn't house the Louvre but with the surrounding scenic beauty your leisure time is relaxed. The amenities are aplenty so soak yourself in comfort before you wind your way to the Louvre.
This beautiful three-star hotel is situated in the very heart of the Marais area, in a former private mansion dating from the 17th Century. Visitors will be charmed by the exposed beams, carved stonewalls and arched basement dining-room with tapestries and antique furniture. The surrounding area has a rich history, and it is very close to the Pompidou Centre, the Forum des Halles and Notre-Dame. Breakfast is available.
This attractive hotel housed in an old building designed by François Mansart is located at a stone's throw from popular landmarks, such as the Place des Vosges, the Picasso, Carnavalet and Victor Hugo museums, the Pompidou Centre and Notre Dame. The hotel has been recently renovated and all the rooms are well-equipped with the basic amenities. The hotel had been selected by the Guide des Hôtels de Charme in 2003.