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Parisian Townhouse

Parisian Townhouse

As befits one of the most historically and culturally important cities in Europe, the streets of Paris are scattered with hotels to cater for every kind of traveller, from couples on a romantic break to budget backpackers and families with young children. The variety of hotels can be somewhat overwhelming, especially considering that many buildings in Paris hark back to many centuries ago and can suffer from very small bedrooms and out of date furnishings. Nonetheless, prospective visitors shouldn’t let such clichés put them off – modern Paris is a diverse and cosmopolitan city with a bewildering array of places to stay, with benchmarks of contemporary chic and opulent traditional venues all a part of the mix. To make choosing a hotel slightly easier, we’ve narrowed down the selection to a few recommended hotels in the vicinity of the Eiffel Tower, with location and comfort as a priority. We’ve also split our ten chosen hotels into categories so that you can find the place that best suits your needs! Our Paris top ten is as follows…

Budget

Paris is one of the world’s most notoriously expensive cities, meaning that budget travellers often feel that they have to compromise on either quality or location when choosing a hotel. However, if you would rather hoard your Euros for pastries and wine as opposed to accommodation, there are some brilliant options in the capital that allow you to stay in the centre without resorting to cramped or shabby conditions! Both the Campanile Paris 15 Tour Eiffel and the France Eiffel Hotel are situated right around the corner from the Eiffel Tower, with some rooms even granting a view of the famous landmark itself, and clean, compact rooms and quality service are expected as standard.

Family

Families worried about the cost of accommodating larger groups can relax, as there are some great deals and special reductions available in Paris for families with children. Both the Novotel Paris Tour Eiffel and Hotel de Fleurie allow children under the age of 12 to stay for free, and have a number of concessions and amenities to cater specifically for families.

Luxury

The spirit of Paris decadence is still well and truly alive in the city, with a variety of extravagant five-star hotels dotted around the capital’s most exclusive districts. Fouquet’s Barriere and Hotel de Crillon evoke the opulence of the traditional Parisian aristocracy whilst interweaving contemporary touches and state-of-the-art facilities into the fabric of each hotel, creating an unforgettable experience of modern luxury.

Romance

It could be argued that to capture the heights of romance in Paris you could stay just about anywhere, with the beauty of the city’s cobbled streets an ever-present feature! Nonetheless, there are a few hotels that really excel in providing a unique and memorable stay – Hotel de Banville and the Hotel Duquesne Eiffel are individual boutique hotels with stunning Eiffel Tower views.

Business

When travelling to Paris on business it is just as important to remain well-connected as it is to enjoy the sights. Both the Ares Tour Eiffel and the Hotel Lancaster excel with their business facilities, as well as enjoying a premium location in the centre of the city and a helpful and efficient staff.

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