Ah, Paris! The city of lights, one of the world’s most famous and favorite destinations in the world and also the fifth-most expensive city in the world for tourists.
Are you looking for a hotel to stay in Paris? Most of these hotels are located in the city’s famous ‘Golden Triangle’. However, don’t bother going to them unless you really have a lot of cash to burn.
20. Pavillon de la Reine – $518 per night
Established in the Place des Vosges in the heart of Le Marais district, the Pavilion de la Reine was named in honor of Anne of Austria who once stayed in the wing between the hotel and the Place des Vosges. The location may be old and rustic, but the hotel offers modern facilities like air-conditioning, free Wi-Fi, iPad docking, and a baby-sitting service. Pets are also welcome.
19. Hotel Raphael – $529 per night
This five-star hotel is located on the Avenue Kléber, just a few streets away from the famous fashion boutiques and museums of Paris. Its location also allows views of Paris, the Arch of Triumph and the Eiffel Tower from its terrace on the top floor. The Hotel Raphael has been letting guests experience the “French-style art of living” since 1925. The hotel has 36 suites, 47 guest rooms, a gourmet restaurant, six conference and banqueting rooms, a bar, a roof terrace, a fitness area and a business center.
18. Villa & Hotel Majestic – $529 per night
The Villa & Hotel Majestic boasts of the grand design of a luxury hotel while still making guests feel like they are home. This five-star hotel is also near the Champs-Elysées and just a few streets away from the Arc de Triomphe. Guests are assured of satisfaction whether they are there for short stays or long ones. The hotel has 24 apartments with kitchenettes, furnished terraces, 25 guestrooms and suites that have been fully renovated in a classic, contemporary style. They also have the Le Magnum Restaurant and the Le Premium Bar.
17. Résidence Alma Marceau – $540 per night
This hotel has 10 apartments to cater to couples, entire families or even to groups of 10 wishing to have a luxurious stay in Paris. All apartments have living and dining rooms. There is a flat screen TV with international channels, a Blu-ray DVD player and Internet connection. The apartments have kitchenettes, but guests will also be served continental breakfast in the apartments. Catering home delivery is also available.
16. Paris Marriott Opera Ambassador Hotel – $568 per night
Located in the prestigious Opera District of Paris, the Paris Marriott Opera Ambassador Hotel is just a short walk from the Galeries Lafayette and the famous Le Printemps Haussmann department store. This hotel has 298 rooms and suites designed in 1920’s Art Deco style. Hotel facilities include an in-house fitness center, a restaurant, bar and 11 meeting rooms. There is high-speed Internet for guests. Pets are also allowed.
15. W Paris – $569 per night
The W Paris is located in a 1870’s Haussmann-era building in the Opera District, just between the most famous department stores, Galeries Lafayette and Le Printemps. The exclusive boutiques of the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré are also just nearby. This hotel has 91 guest rooms and suites all decked out in stylish accents and custom-made furnishings in following with the W standard. There is also the W Lounge and the Arola signature restaurant.
14. Champs Elysees Plaza Hotel – $594 per night
This seven-floor five-star luxury hotel is a classic-style hotel that offers executive rooms, junior suites, deluxe suites and special rooms all characterized by exceptional size and extreme refinement. Particular attention is paid to the choice of materials and fabrics to ensure guests always have a memorable experience. Services include the “Breakfast Plaza” with à la carte service, Room Service is 24 hours as well as porter, valet and concierge services. There is also massage services available.
13. The Westin Paris – Vendôme – $595 per night
Whether for work or relaxation, the Westin Paris will make sure guests get what they want and more. The hotel has 428 rooms and suites featuring Parisian or contemporary design. They can have the right room for you whether you want to hold a conference for your company or just to enjoy views of the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower. Guests can also take advantage of the Six Senses Spa and the WestinWORKOUT Gym, or have an exquisite meal at the le First restaurant.
12. Radisson Blu Hotel Champs Elysées, Paris – $608 per night
Located along the famous Champs Elysées itself, the four-star Radisson Blu pampers guests with the exceptional service the Radisson brand is known for. Guests can have a hearty meal at our traditional French La Place Restaurant or ask for room service anytime. The hotel also has functions rooms for convention and other big events. It is just minutes away from familiar landmarks like the Arc de Triomphe. Pets are allowed.
11. Sofitel Paris Le Faubourg – $645 per night
Boasting of 147 rooms and 25 suites, this five-star hotel in the St. Hon Honoré district is meant to reflect the feel of 18th century Paris as designed by Didier Gomez. Guests can go to the Bar30 to enjoy meals and the Les Collections restaurant out on the terrace during summer months. The Couture Apartment offers breathtaking views over the Parisian rooftops. There is much to enjoy as the hotel is surrounded by cultural locations, boutiques and embassies.
10. Renaissance Paris Vendôme Hotel – $648 per night
Just minutes from famous attractions like the Seine River, the Louvre and Orsay Museums, this five-star hotel promises guests the Parisian ambience with its luxurious guest rooms and suites, the best offering king-sized beds, luxury bathroom amenities. Guests can also rejuvenate in the fitness gym or relax at the indoor swimming pool or sauna.
9. Jays Paris – $662 per night
The Jays Paris was built in the mid-1800’s, restored in 1999 and completely redecorated in 2006. Now it is a hotel that blends the old and new; old architecture with new and modern amenities, classic furniture with contemporary design, old-style hospitality with the latest training in service. Jays staff provide the full range of concierge services, even working with a team of qualified professionals who can advise and assist clients who want to invest in Paris property. There is no smoking and pets are also not allowed.
8. Hôtel San Régis – $797 per night
Also one of the country’s oldest hotels. The San Régis was built in 1857 and has since undergone much restoration and renovation before being opened in the 1980’s. It was rated as a five-star hotel in July 2012. Located in the affluent neighborhood between the Champs-Elysées and the Avenue Montaigne, the hotel offers guests elegant rooms and suites and a variety of services including limousine transfer, theater tickets, babysitting, personal shopping and money exchange.
7. Paris Marriott Hotel Champs-Elysées – $823 per night
Claimed as the only five-star hotel on the Champs-Elysees itself, this hotel has 192 guest rooms and suites, a delectable restaurant and various amenities to make sure guests will never forget their experience. One of their attractions is a seven-story lobby with a movable glass-domed roof. The hotel is just minutes away from tourist spots like the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower. It’s also near boutiques like Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton and Valentino.
6. Le Royal Monceau Raffles Paris – $1,014 per night
This hotel has studio rooms, deluxe collection rooms and executive rooms to suit the needs of its guests. They also have two one-star restaurants to choose from, the La Cuisine and Il Carpaccio, aside from Le Bar Long and the terrace garden. There is also the Katara Cinema, the Viñales Cigar Lounge, the Le Royal Eclaireur concept store and the Spa My Blend. Of course there is also something for the kids with their Le Petit Royal Program.
5. Prince de Galles, a Luxury Collection Hotel – $1,021 per night
Built in 1928, this art-deco style hotel is located on Avenue George V. It has been the home of many VIP’s through the years for its exceptional level service and is also well-known among celebrities for its traditional approach to hospitality. The hotel also has a business center, a fitness center, a wellness suite and the Luxury Collection Concierge service. No smoking is allowed.
4. Shangri-La Hotel Paris – $1,074 per night
The Shangri-La brand is known worldwide for its exception hotel service and the Shangri-La Hotel Paris is, of course, no exception. Located along the Avenue de Iéna, this hotel has the full range of facilities including a fitness center, conference facilities, a hospitality lounge and safe deposit boxes among others. Services include complimentary shoeshine, butler service and laundry and valet services; everything the guest needs to feel pampered.
3. Park Hyatt Paris – Vendôme – $1,163 per night
The Park Hyatt team will make every effort to ensure you have a perfect stay, no matter if you are there for business or leisure. The hotel offers various services including a multilingual babysitting service, concierge services and even city tours. The hotel itself has numerous guest rooms, suites and function rooms. There is also a fitness center with modern equipment, a spa with four treatment rooms and a sauna for relaxation.
2. Mandarin Oriental, Paris – $1,453 per night
Located at the Rue de Saint-Honoré, the Mandarin Oriental is designed to give individuals and families the best stay possible in a hotel. All the 99 rooms and 39 suites have comfortable beds, heavenly sheets and modern amenities. They also have a spa and a wellness center. The hotel prides itself in being child-friendly, they have offers and programs catered toward the young, including child-friendly menus and babysitting services.
1. Hôtel Fouquet’s Barrière – $1,487 per night
Recipient of the Condé Nast Traveler 2013 World Savers Awards for excellence in social and environmental responsibility, this hotel is also the most expensive hotel to stay at in Paris. The Hôtel Fouquet has 48 rooms and 33 suites and a full range of service including valet services, business services and laundry services to make sure guests have whatever they need. The Hotel Fouquet boasts not just of being the first luxury Parisian hotel to be rated five-star, it also prides itself in being compliant with the ISO standards for service quality, environmental commitment and the SA 8000 standard for safeguarding human rights and children’s rights.