When in a city like Paris, it is necessary that your stay match the quality of the entire trip. The best hotels in Paris range from luxury hotels, boutique hotels, budget hotels, and affordable hostels as well. Here are some of the best options for you to choose from when visiting the City of Lights.
Going for £311 per night, the Fauchon L’Hôtel has a subtle undercurrent of gourmet indulgence that is characteristic of its parent, the fine-foods maison Fauchon. A delicate blend of history and the contemporary, this five-star hotel is a short walk away from the city’s tourist attractions like the Museé de Louvre and the Siene. The 54 rooms spread over six floors are serene with pastel palettes, contrasted by the bright corridors. The hotel also pampers its customers with spa services and elegant dining.
Yet another five-star hotel located in the prime location of the first arrondissement is the Hôtel Castille that goes for £252 per night, and offers a unique blend of contemporary comfort and a classic Parisian bourgeois charm, along with an authentic Italian dolce vita that is rare to come across in Paris – a combination that reflects all through the hotel, even in all of its 108 rooms. The Michelin-starred chef, Ugo Alciati heads the kitchen making for an extraordinary dining experience.
Hôtel Jeanne d’Arc
This three-star hotel comes as an eminently affordable option for accommodation with its rooms costing £84 per night. Located in Le Marais, which is one of the most fashionable neighborhoods in the city, Jeanne d’Arc is tucked into a pretty lane resplendent with art galleries and tree-lined stroll-ways. What has made this the most sought-out mid-range hotels in the city is the combination of 17th-century charm and modern comfort. All 34 rooms are different based on your travel needs, and the surrounding bars and restaurants, along with the hotel’s restaurant make for a memorable food journey as well.
Hotel du Champ de Mars
Champ de Mars is one of those boutique hotels in Paris that offers excellent value at a rate of £98 per night. It offers its guests an option to disappear into the French-country style chic of its peaceful, floral-motived rooms that are reminiscent of downtown Paris. All the rooms have some personal touches added that make your stay even more enjoyable. Added to this is the view you are greeted with – the Eiffel Tower that is right next door to the hotel. Stepping out, you can easily find yourself immersed into the café-filled market street of Rue Cler.