We couldn’t have chosen a better hotel in Paris: it’s located in the heart of the 10th arrondissement between Gare du Nord and Gare de L’est and only about a 15-minute walk from Le Sacre-Cœur.
As is the case with most hotels in Paris, the exterior is quite old and shabby and does no justice to the interior. Our room was large and luminous and had a large bed and recently-refurbished bathroom…basically, everything you’d expect from a 4-star hotel.
We didn’t select the breakfast option at the hotel, but there are many shops and markets on the same street where you can pick up something to eat in the morning before a long day of tourism. All in all, it’s a more than recommendable place to stay in Paris.
This is the premier small hotel in the neighborhood of Le Marais. As soon as you step out onto the street, you are at the Centre Pompidou (and in two minutes at the Hotel de Ville, Notre Dame, etc.). The rooms are quite small but well equipped. It's a great option for a weekend break in Paris
The Hotel Brittany is located between Paris and the Montmartre neighbourhood. It's a neighborhood called the new Athens, because there are many restaurants and shops selling Balkan products. Pigalle, with its theaters and cabarets, is nearby. This has a British sensibility, with elegant decor - precious woods, deep leather chairs, all very comfortable. The building is from the early twentieth century, and has a 24-hour reception, with the press, maps and tourist services. They speak English. The rooms cost between 150 and 200 euros per night, 15 euros more if you want breakfast in the room (12 euros down the hall). The more luxurious rooms are up to 180 euros per night. A total of 42 rooms renovated in 2005.
The Bac Saint Germain hotel is on Rue Du Bac, the métro of the same name is next door so it's convenient to use public transport or to walk (by car is a bit more difficult). It's a 3-star hotel with a small roof terrace overlooking the roofs of Paris where you can take your breakfast. The museums and the Latin Quarter are within 20 minutes walk. The double room rate starts at 89 euros/night, up to 169 euros depending on the comfort and the season. There are TV programs in Spanish and English, Internet is included in the price as well as breakfast.
This is a charming and well-located hotel in the Ópera neighborhood. It’s very small, but still clean and welcoming. I reserved a double room with two beds, a small desk area, and a mini-kitchen with a small refrigerator and microwave; in other words, the basics that you need. The bathroom was very spacious. The rooms are quiet at night and it’s located on a street where there are various bars and terraces if you want to have a drink in the evening. There are supermarkets and various other shops just around the corner. The entrance to the metro is just a minute away and you’re at major landmarks like the Eiffel Tower in less than ten minutes.
The price is more than reasonable, but I’d suggest making reservations ahead of time. The hotel staff is very kind and they make the effort to communicate with you despite the language barrier. I’d suggest sending a confirmation email two weeks in advance to explain any special requests or needs you might have.
A hotel in the center of Paris in New Athens neighborhood where there are many restaurants and shops (Turkish, Greek, etc.) and nightlife. In front on the same street there are 3 or 4 restaurants, plus Franz Liszt Square on which the hotel has a corner Corso cafe of the Costes brothers. It is a charming hotel with rooms from 100 euros/night that are big and comfortable with private bathroom, wireless internet access and satellite TV. You can have breakfast in bed if you want. The rooms on the top floor under the roof are typically Parisian with sloping ceilings.
Hotel Opera Lafayette celte belongs to the Best Western chain, and is on Maubeuge Street, next to the station. The nearest metro is line 7 Poissoniere, 200 meters away. It is a very cozy place, with 50 modernly decorated rooms that make you feel at home. They accept small pets. They offer many services: Wifi, babysitting, which is rare in Paris, Spanish speaking staff. You can even book tickets to go see a show in the theater district. The normal rate is 145 euros per night, with breakfast included, but you can get it for 120 in advance on their website.
The Hotel Campanile is in the district of Maine, near Montparnasse. There are a half dozen buses that pass in front of the hotel, and several subway lines. It is very central and you can walk out to dinner to Montparnasse, where you will find everything you can imagine. At the Montparnasse train station you can catch trains to Irun and Madrid. The hotel is simple. Each of the 91 rooms are the same, each with a private bathroom, a TV, and a desk. Rooms start at 80 euros per night with a little advance. The reception is only open until 11pm, but you get a code to enter later if you want.
If you’re looking to spend a romantic weekend in Paris, I’d definitely suggest staying in this hotel, above all because it’s in a privileged location right beside the Louvre and the Tuilleries Gardens.
The room in the photos is the suite, the only one in this 3-star hotel. It’s on the 7th floor and has some lovely views of the Louvre and surrounding area.
The décor is opulent, the bathroom large and luminous, and you’ll have the entire floor to yourself as the suite is the only room on the 7th floor.
The hotel has 20 rooms, free wi-fi, and an ideal location. The price (as in all of Paris) is a bit high (130 euros/night without breakfast). A basic room goes for between 130 and 180 euros, a double for between 190 and 230, and the breakfast costs 15 euros.
The Lebron hotel is a small hotel in Lamartine Street, near Poissoniere metro stop (line 7). The metro takes you in 20 minutes to Notre Dame, in 10 minutes Opéra and Parisian department stores and you can walk up to Montmartre in 20 minutes. It is a 3-star hotel with 41 rooms, a restaurant-bistro below that is open all night. This district of Paris is called little Athens and there are many oriental restaurants and shops next door. Rooms are from 80 euros/night.
This Ibis Hotel is on two main boulevards and has the advantage of being close to the Gare de Lyon Diderot and the Place de la Bastille, Daumesnil Boulevard. Furthermore, the area offers many places for a day or night out with more than 30 restaurants, a movie theater, the Opera Bastille and the Bastille bar 7 minutes walk away or 1 minute by subway. In the afternoon, despite its proximity to the station, the road is empty and becomes quite quiet yet is very well connected by public transport. The hotel has more than 89 rooms, all with air conditioning and Wi-fi. The reception area and breakfast room are nicely decorated, however, there is no parking.
If you want to be in the executive and financial heart of Paris, then stay in the Opera district where all the banks are. It's not necessarily very expensive and the Volney Opera Hotel is a good choice. Rue de la Paix and Place Vendome are close too, along with the great shops. The Volney is a small hotel, in a stone building that is typical of the neighborhood. The rooms are not large but are comfortable. They start at 120 euros/night, with breakfast. One detail that I really didn't like is that they charge for wifi, and seeing the price of the room it should be a free service.
The Langlois Hotel is on Rue Saint Lazare, near the D'Estienne d'Orves Trinité and Notre Dame de Lorette stations. It is a popular neighborhood in Paris, located behind the Opera and close to many shops. It isn't a very cultural place, although you could climb the Montmartre hill in 20 minutes. The hotel is in an old typical building that was built in 1870 and also bears the name Hotel des Croisés. The rooms are very large and all different. They all come with a private bathroom, desk, TV. They cost 150 euros per night or 190 for a suite, plus an extra 13 euros for breakfast. It's been a hotel since 1896.
An ideal location for those who want a break from routine and want to relax in a warm and pleasant atmosphere. The building is equipped with modern facilities and is near Gare du Nord and the Palacio de los Deportes.
Its perfect location makes your stay a unique experience. It is situated in the middle of a square, which offers a view of green trees, mixed with a wide panorama of the beautiful city of Berlin. Housed in a building dating from 1900, the hotel has 29 comfortable and well appointed rooms. It is easily accessible from the airport, and is close to attractions like Berlin Zoo, Kurfürstendamm and the KaDeWe department store, reputed to be the largest in Europe.
The Dacia Luxembourg Hotel is in the heart of the Latin Quarter of Paris, between the University of La Sorbonne, the Saint Michel neighborhood, the former monastery of Cluny and the Luxembourg Gardens. It's an ideal place to spend a few days exploring on foot, the river and Notre Dame are a 10 minute walk away. The boulevard is wide with plenty of noise but the rooms benefit from phonic insulation and are classic but basic, as there are only 38 rooms you'll feel very welcome. Prices are 130-160 euros/night in high season, with a range from 90 euros. They have air conditioning, wireless internet and international TV networks. Breakfast is included in the price.