|Tom's Top Ten Hotels in Paris, France|
|Here's my list of the top 10 hotels in Paris, France, in all price ranges.|
Here are examples of typical Paris hotels to get you started on your search for a room in Paris. Prices change with the seasons, the type of room, and the distance from the city center.
5-Star Status Luxury
If price is no object—meaning, if your budget can stand 2000€ per night for a hotel room—then The Ritz Paris, with 159 rooms on the Place Vendôme, is your kind of place, with every possible luxury, as well as a status location with the Jardins des Tuileries, Opéra Garnier, Palais Royal and La Madeleine as points of the compass. More...
La vie de luxe is also yours at the 160-room Le Meurice, amidst the chic boutiques on rue de Rivoli across from the Jardins des Tuileries, close to the Place Vendôme, and only a few short blocks from the Place de la Concorde. More...
4-Star Comfort Luxury
You'll sleep just as well and have most of la vie de luxe—but for a lot less money (400€ to 700€)—at a Parisian 4-star hotel such as the 37-room La Maison Favart, on rue Marivaut between the Opéra Garnier and Grands Boulevards. More...
3-Star Fine Comfort
Give up the status and exquisite touches, keep the comfort and good living, and for about 200€ to 275€ you've got a Paris 3-star such as the 19-room Hotel Le Squara, 3 rue Lepic right near Métro Blanche at the foot of Montmartre. More...
Don't forget that it's possible to rent a furnished apartment/flat in Paris for as short a time as a weekend or a few days for about the price of a 2- or 3-star hotel rooms. Instead of one room with two beds, an apartment may give you two bedrooms with two beds each, one or two bathrooms, kitchen, salon, and laundry facilities. You can thus save money on meals (by making your own) as well as lodging. More...
2-Star Thrift + Atmosphere
For 175€ to 250€ per night you can stay at a hotel like the tiny, 8-room Le Singulier, 38 rue Saint-Didier, a few blocks north of the Palais de Chaillot. It's within an easy walk of the Seine and the Eiffel Tower. More...
1-Star & Hostel Budget Savings
When you consider a budget lodging, be sure to calculate transport costs for your trips to and from the center of Paris. An inexpensive room far from the city center is not so inexpensive if you must spend 30% of your lodging cost to travel to and from what you want to see and do in Paris. More...