Best Hotels in Paris

Parisian summer is the best! I am bringing to you our selection of the 10 best hotels in Paris for varying budgets from luxury “palace” to designer boutique hotels to affordable and cute.


Located at the heart of the golden triangle between the Champs Elysées, Avenue Montaigne and Avenue George V, this is a fabulous designer boutique hotel worked on by Andree Putman. A great place to sleep, dine, hang out in the bar. Rate: Jet-set cool. Rooms: from 213 euros.


Located on the trendy Rive Gauche (Left Bank) on the famous St Germain des Pres, full of hip clothing boutiques, art galleries, museums. This contemporary boutique hotel has rooms to fit your mood, such as “ambiance canelle” (cinnamon). Rate: Urban cool simplicity. Room: from 285 euros.


Located on the Left Bank, in the heart of Saint Germain des Prés, home of the art galleries, antiques, fine shopping and few steps away from the Musée d’Orsay and the Louvre, this hotel is simply divine!  Dining on the terrace if Parisian weather allows, and the soft taupe colors and modern furnishings make this a comfortable stay. Rate: Soft luxury comfort. Room: from 240 euros.


Located on Boulevard Madeleine, not far from Place de la Madeleine, rue Rivoli and rue Faubourg Saint-Honore, this is a beautiful zen hotel that Frog and I used to spend delightful hours eating in the Chinoiserie room in front of a fireplace, with comfy leather sofas and skylight. Perfect place to dine, chill out and sleep. Rate: Uber zen. Room: from 330 euros.


Located off the Champs Elysees, this four-star hotel is a perfect affordable stay in chic Paris on the corner of Francois 1er. (It’s actually next to the Pershing Hall). Rate: luxury decor at affordable price. Room: from 185 euros.


Just off Place de la Concorde and rue Faubourg Saint-Honore (Paris’ amazing couture shopping street, equivalent to Sloane Street’s London), and opposite the trendy Buddha Bar, you’ll find this modern designer Sofitel le Faubourg hotel. Rate: Chic, urban and contemporary. Room: from 365 euros.


Located off the uber-elegant Place Vendome and within walking distance of the Place de la Concorde, Champs-Élysées, the Louvre, as well as Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré., this Park Hyatt is modern exquisite luxury. Rate: Ultimate zen luxury. Room: from 530 euros.


A charming four-star boutique hotel located in the 6th arrondissement in Saint-Germain des Pres. Six’s stylish ambiance and resolutely contemporary décor make it an exceptional address on the Left Bank. Rate: Cool affordability. Room: from 199 euros.


Located in the residential prestigious 16th arrondissement, not too far from the Champs Elysees, this is a cool four-star designer boutique hotel. Its cosy atmosphere and chic and offbeat interior design by the talented Aurélia Santoni and its contemporary French cuisine make this haven of peace a hotspot of Paris life. Rate: Designer modern chic. Room: from 299 euros.


This Four Seasons hotel located in the heart of the luxury shopping district, avenue Georges V, avenue Francois 1er and off the Champs Elysees is simply divine. It screams luxury and for me is the best spa of Paris, with a gorgeous indoor swimming pool! Rate: palatial luxury. Room: from 750 euros.

J’adore Paris!!

PZ la parisienne 😉



7 thoughts on “Best Hotels in Paris

  1. What a wonderful post! I will certainly use this information for my next trip to Paris.

  2. I really love the picture of the Six Hotel and the Chateau Frontenac.
    There is really nice hotels in Paris 🙂

    My favourite is the Frontenac. Check more on the official website if you want 😉

  3. I totally agree about Hotel Frontenac Paris. It is a great luxury hotel idelly located close to the Champs Elysees. Hotel has been renovated lately and you can see it. The common parts are just gorgeous, particularly the salon with its huge crystal chandelier. Its bar is spacious, elegant and has a professional barmaid that knows how to make cocktails. Room decoration is plain but tastefully made. I got a good offer through its official website:

  4. You’re very welcome!
    I actually loved your blog and the numerous pictures of your travles and the different places you have been to. Your pictures are FABULOUS! You give some much the urge to go there and enjoy those places as well. Very well done!

  5. Thank you Allan for your kind comment! We aim to promote tourism destinations so I’m happy it makes you want to go to those places! 🙂

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