Hotels in Paris France

Hotels in Paris offer enchanting accommodations in a city nicknamed “City of Lights”. Known for its fashion, its cafes, its fine dining, its rivers, its iconic landmarks, its markets, its churches, its museums and its art galleries, Paris is one of the most romantic getaways in the world. Notable Parisians include Molière, Jacques Cousteau, Gustave Eiffel, Voltaire, Louis XIV, Brigitte Bardot, Claude Monet and Emma Watson. Things to keep in mind when travelling to The City of Lights is that you should always start with bonjour madame/monsieur before asking a question, that you may have to visit a café or bar in order to find a public bathroom, that WiFi is free for 20 minutes at many metro stations and that you should not be on your phone or touching documents while eating. Also, you will want to dress nicely if you want to fit in. Truly, hotels in Paris are some of the best in all of Europe. Before we get to hotels in Paris, let’s take a look at some background information on the area to help you along the way.

The earliest modern tribe to inhabit the Paris area was known as the Parisii, who lived there circa mid-3rd century BC. In 52 BC, the Romans conquered the Paris Basin. Christianity was introduced to the area in the mid-3rd century AD by way of Saint Denis, Paris’s first Bishop, who was beheaded on what would become known as the “Hill of Martyrs” by the Romans for refusing to renounce his faith. From 845-886, Paris sustained a handful of sieges by way of the Vikings, who looted the city and enforced bribes. Paris had 200,000 inhabitants by the year 1328, making it the most populous city in Europe. As a result of the Hundred Years’ War, the city was under English control for a relatively short time. In 1572, thousands of French Protestants were killed during the St. Bartholomew’s Day massacre. The city’s population had grown to around 650,000 by the year 1780. During the 1800s, Paris became more modernized by such installments as new fountains, the city’s first metal bridge, the first railway line, a new opera house, a central market, gas lamps and new aqueducts and sewers. Around this time some of the world’s most influential Impressionist painters such as Manet, Monet and Renoir lived in Paris.

Today Paris, the capital and most populated city in France, is home to over 2 million Parisians. For 400 years Paris has been influential in European matters such as commerce, diplomacy, science and fashion. Paris is well-known for its landmarks, most notably the Eiffel TowerGrand PalaisArc de Triomphe and Sacre-Coeur BasilicaNotre-Dame de Paris, the well-known medieval Catholic cathedral, was damaged by fire in early 2019. The cathedral’s main structure remained intact, while damage was contained to the spire and roof. Paris has a robust array of cultural centers and events. Its main museums are the Louvre, the Musée d’OrsayMusée de l’Orangerie and the Musée National d’Art Moderne. An international epicenter of fashion since the 1800s, the city hosts Paris Fashion Week in January and July. The French Open, or Roland-Garros, is a major tennis tournament that is played in late May and early June. The city’s main football club is PSG. Popular French foods include steak tartare, duck confit, oysters, squab, which is young pigeon, escargot, frog legs, coq au vin, or chicken braised with wine, frog legs, couscous, cheese, steak frites, croissants, baguettes, macarons, eclairs and chocolate.  Drinks include wine, beer, apéritifs, absinthe, pastis, which is a liquorice-flavored spirit, calvados, or apple brandy, and espresso. Now that we have a little background information on the city, it’s time for hotels in Paris  that will help make for an unforgettable experience.




Four Seasons Hotel George V

1, Avenue George V, 8th arr.

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Louis Vuitton Shop

Four Seasons Hotel George V boasts private terraces, city views, lavish flower displays, a spa, a fitness center, a stylish hair salon, Michelin-starred dining, palatial rooms and suites, interactive TVs, free WiFi, espresso coffee machines, safes, mini-bars, in-room bread toasting services, three restaurants, a bar, valet and concierge services and meeting and banquet facilities. Le George (Mediterranean restaurant), L’Orangerie (restaurant), Bentley Paris-Seine (car dealer), Creed (perfume store), American Cathedral in Paris (Episcopal church), BMW George V (car dealer) and more are in the area.

This location is 0.2 miles from Louis Vuitton Shop, Le SpeakEasy Restaurant Piano Club and Pavillon Champs-Elysées, 0.3 miles from Lido de Paris, Avenue Montaigne, Publicis Drugstore, Paris Christmas Market and Modern Art Museum, 0.4 miles from Arc de Triomphe, 0.8 miles from Eiffel Tower, 1.2 miles from Gare Saint-Lazare, 1.4 miles from Opéra Garnier, 1.8 miles from Louvre Museum, 3.3 miles from Opéra Bastille and 15.5 miles from Charles De Gaulle Airport.

Approximate cost per night (premier one-bedroom king suite): $7,016





Maison Souquet

10 rue de Bruxelles, 9th arr.

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Moulin Rouge Paris

Maison Souquet features a cocktail lounge, a winter garden, an indoor swimming pool, a spa, a hammam, unique decor, flat-screen TVs, air conditioning, mini-bars, hairdryers, seating areas and 19-century Oriental styles. Near here you may find Timy Ongles 9ème (nail salon), MAISON ERNEST (shoe store), Sainte-Rita Chapel, Rouge Bis (bistro), BBP Pigalle (beer hall), Café Blanche (restaurant), Tsubame (Japanese restaurant), Perlouse (restaurant), Le Vintimille (bistro) and more.

From here Moulin Rouge Paris and Carrousel de Paris are 0.1 miles, Nouvelle Eve is 0.1 miles, Place Pigalle is 0.3 miles, Casino de Paris Theatre and La Cigale Concert Hall are 0.4 miles, Sacré-Coeur and Gare Saint-Lazare are 0.6 miles, Opéra Garnier is 0.8 miles, Gare du Nord is 1.1 miles, Notre Dame is 2.3 miles and Orly Airport is 10.8 miles.

Approximate cost per night (two-bedroom suite): $1,610

Cost per person (four people): $401





The Peninsula Paris

19 avenue Kleber, 16th arr.

Le SpeakEasy Restaurant Piano Club

Providing a spa, a 50-foot indoor pool, a rooftop restaurant with panoramic city views, free WiFi, free long-distance calls, artworks, elegant furniture and large rooms, The Peninsula Paris sits close to L’Oiseau Blanc (down home cooking restaurant), Sophie Gatto (hairdresser), Le Vieux Crapaud (French restaurant) and more.

Le SpeakEasy Restaurant Piano Club, Arc de Triomphe, Publicis Drugstore, Baccarat Crystal Museum and Place Charles de Gaulle Etoile are 0.2 miles, Louis Vuitton Shop is 0.3 miles, Eiffel Tower is 0.9 miles, Gare Saint-Lazare is 1.5 miles, Opéra Garnier is 1.8 miles, Luxembourg Gardens is 2.6 miles, Gare du Nord is 2.9 miles and Charles De Gaulle Airport is 15.6 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night (rooftop garden suite): $5,117



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Hotel de Crillon

10 Place de la Concorde, 8th arr.

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Place de la Concorde

With balconies, an indoor swimming pool, a spa, a hairdresser, a fitness center, marble bathrooms with heated floors, bespoke toiletries, bathroom mirrors with inset televisions, walk-in rain showers, in-room check-in, Bluetooth sound systems, 2 restaurants, a lounge bar, a daily breakfast buffet and high-speed internet access, Hotel de Crillon is found close to Le Jardin d’Hiver (restaurant), Brasserie d’Aumont (restaurant), Le Bar du Faubourg, Bistro François Félix, Galerie Royale (shopping mall), Espace Cardin (conference center), Champs-Élysées Garden and more.

You’ll find Place de la Concorde and Jeu de Paume National Gallery 0.1 miles, Notre-Dame-de-l’Assomption Church, Jardins des Champs-Élysées, Court of Audit, Musée de l’Orangerie and The Madeleine Church 0.2 miles, Place de la Madeleine 0.3 miles, Opéra Garnier 0.6 miles, Louvre Museum 0.9 miles, La Cigale Concert Hall and Eiffel Tower 1.4 miles, Sacré-Coeur 1.7 miles and Orly Airport 9.7 miles from this property.

Approximate cost per night (L’Ecrivain suite): $7,733




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Hôtel des Ducs D’Anjou

1 Rue Sainte Opportune, 1st arr.

Saint-Jacques Tower

Hotel des Ducs D’Anjou provides free WiFi, air conditioning, TVs with cable channels, mini-bars, free newspapers, luggage storage and a 24-hour front desk. Nearby you may encounter Bieres Cultes (beer store), Gemini Family (Italian restaurant), The Burger Factory, The Amazonian (bar), BIOBELA (hair salon), Liquorium (cocktail bar), Guinness Tavern, Magic Circus Tattoo, Duc Lombards (jazz club), American Body Art, Mamie Paris (bar), Sunside Sunset (jazz club), Pizzebio (pizza restaurant), The Labo (bar), Grand Bay Cafe, Motors Coffee, We Canteen (Thai restaurant), Cremerie de Paris (museum), Vieux Comptoir (French restaurant), Rituals (beauty supply store), 59 Rivoli (art gallery) and more.

This location is 0.1 miles from Chatelet Metro Station, Saint-Jacques Tower and Forum des Halles, 0.2 miles from Chatelet Theatre, Fontaine du Palmier, Church of Saint-Merri, Théâtre de la Ville, La Samaritaine and Fontaine Stravinsky, 0.4 miles from Louvre Museum, 0.5 miles from Notre Dame, 1 mile from Luxembourg Gardens, 1.1 miles from Opéra Garnier, 1.2 miles from Opéra Bastille, 1.3 miles from Gare de l’Est, 1.4 miles from Gare du Nord and 14.3 miles from Charles De Gaulle Airport.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse): $484




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Hôtel Pont Royal

5-7 Rue De Montalembert, 7th arr.

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Orsay Paris Museum

Featuring free WiFi, air conditioning, mini-bars, safes, flat-screen TVs, modern bathrooms, a buffet breakfast and a restaurant, Hôtel Pont Royal is near John Lobb (shoe store), Racines des Pres (restaurant), Maeght (art gallery), Atelier Robuchon (haute French restaurant), Diane de Polignac Fine Art Gallery, Alfred Sargent (shoe store), Hartwood Paris (men’s clothing store), 41 Watch (watch store), Quintessence Paris (candle store), La Galerie (art gallery), La Cave des Climats (wine store), Androuet (cheese shop), Bac A Fleurs (florist) and more.

You may find Orsay Paris Museum, Les Deux Magots and Place Saint-Germain-des-Près 0.3 miles, Le Bon Marché 0.4 miles, Luxembourg Gardens 0.8 miles, Eiffel Tower 1.5 miles, La Cigale Concert Hall, Arc de Triomphe and Opéra Bastille 1.9 miles and Charles De Gaulle Airport 15.1 miles from this hotel.

Approximate cost per night (8th floor suite): $2,213

Cost per person (five people): $443





Hotel Maison FL

6 Rue De La Tour, 16th arr.

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Place du Trocadero

With 1930s classic design, an on-site restaurant, concierge service, a business center, flat-screen TVs, free WiFi, balconies, terraces, smartphones, a buffet breakfast and a bar,  Hotel Maison FL is situated close to Astrance (French restaurant), Aux Trois Nagas (Thai restaurant), Musee Georges Clemenceau (museum), Camille Albane (hair salon), CUTS (butcher shop deli), Di-Castri (men’s clothing store), Anne Lamort Ancient Books, Bioline Paris (beauty salon), Fit & Slim (health club), framboise (creperie), Marcello (Italian restaurant), Laurent Abrias-Laforest (hair salon), La Cave de Passy (wine store), agnes b. (women’s clothing store), La Petite Tour (French restaurant), laure-sokol (dress store) and more.

This hotel is 0.2 miles from Musee de l’Homme, 0.3 miles from Balzac’s House and Place du Trocadero, 0.5 miles from Eiffel Tower, 1.2 miles from Arc de Triomphe, 2.2 miles from Gare Saint-Lazare, 3 miles from Notre Dame and La Cigale Concert Hall and 16.5 miles from Charles De Gaulle Airport.

Approximate cost per night (family suite): $829

Cost per person (six people): $138



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Résidence Charles Floquet

8 avenue Charles Floquet, 7th arr.

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Eiffel Tower

Residence Charles Floquet provides hotels near Eiffel Tower views, balconies, high ceilings, fireplaces, elegant style, free WiFi, satellite TVs, Blu-Ray players, fully-equipped kitchens, coffee machines, washing machines and tumble dryers. Set in a renovated, historic building, it can be found near Le Casse Noix (French restaurant), Villa Verdi (Italian Restaurant), Restaurant de la Tour (restaurant), Nicolas (wine store), Mas charcuterie (butcher), Le Concert de Cuisine (fusion restaurant), La’Abreuvoir (Brasserie), Salon De Coiffure (hair salon), L’Ongierie (nail salon), cc142 (creperie) and more.

Hotels near Eiffel Tower is 150 feet, Champs de Mars is 0.2 miles, Musée du quai Branly – Jacques Chirac is 0.4 miles, Musee de l’Homme and Place du Trocadéro are 0.5 miles, Arc de Triomphe is 1.2 miles, Sacré-Coeur is 3.1 miles, Gare du Nord is 3.2 miles, Opéra Bastille is 3.5 miles and Charles De Gaulle Airport is 16.3 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night (four-bedroom penthouse): $1,198

Cost per person (eight people): $150




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Le Bristol Paris – an Oetker Collection Hotel

112 rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré, 8th arr.

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Boasting the Crème de la crème of Paris penthouse rental options and just 0.9 miles from Arc de Triomphe Paris France, Le Bristol Paris has a rooftop swimming pool with Eiffel Tower views and an authentic inner French garden, an award-winning spa, spacious and elegant rooms, Louis XV or Louis XVI style furniture, double washbasins, inner garden, flower-filled courtyard or rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré views, a solarium, 2 Michelin-starred gastronomic restaurants and a kids club. It’s near Le Griffonnier (French restaurant), Bugsy’s (bar & restaurant), L’Orriu di Beauvau (French restaurant), Christian Louboutin, Le Laurent (French restaurant), Salle Gaveau (concert hall), Le Boudoir (French restaurant), Le Bar du Bristol (Le Bristol’s bar!), Cafe Antonia (Le Bristol’s French restaurant!), Epicure (Le Bristol’s haute French restaurant!), 114 Faubourg(Le Bristol’s French restaurant), Librarie Lardanchet Beaux-Arts (book store), Studio Olivier Gay (facial spa), Bagel Corner, Caffe Bellucci (Italian restaurant), Officina Schenatti (Italian restaurant) and more.

This 5-star, palace hotel can be found within feet of Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré and Les Champs Elysées, 0.1 miles from Salle Gaveau and Elysée Palace, 0.2 miles from Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Marigny Theatre, Rond Point des Champs Elysées and Jacquemart-Andre Museum, 0.6 miles from Gare Saint-Lazare, 0.8 miles from Opéra Garnier, 0.9 miles from Arc de Triomphe Paris France, 1.3 miles from Louvre Museum and Eiffel Tower, 1.4 miles from La Cigale Concert Hall, 1.6 miles from Sacré-Coeur, 1.9 miles from Gare du Nord, 2 miles from Notre Dame, 2.8 miles from Opéra Bastille and 14.8 miles from Charles De Gaulle Airport.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse suite): $12,322

Cost per person (three people): $4,108




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So there they are, hotels in Paris that are certain to help provide for an unforgettable experience. We hope you have found this information valuable and most of all, that you enjoy your time in France!

70 Replies to “Hotels in Paris France”

  1. What a great idea – I had never thought about renting a penthouse or luxury accommodation, instead of going to a hotel. Paris is such a great place to visit and there’s so much to see and do, and I like your suggestion that it’s not that pricey for this type of accommodation if you’re going as a group. I particularly like the roof terraces, and can just imagine sharing some nice French wine up there! Thanks for your article, listing all the great features of each one. Think it’s time to plan my next trip to the French capital 🙂

  2. Wow!The penthouses in Paris are some of the best places in the world. The one I liked is the penthouse near Eiffel Tower which has the surrounding restaurants and bars. Athough I never travelled before, it certainly will make me want to travel to these tourist attractions as part of my visit. An interesting article indeed! Thanks for sharing!

    1. Hi Carmeta1 and thank you! Glad you like the penthouse near the Eiffel Tower and surrounding restaurants and bars. Very kind words 🙂 Happy travels!

  3. Oh lordy! A month in Paris would only be a blip on the radar with all the incredible places to stay, and the beautiful sights to see and the fun and cultured things to do. The Résidence Charles Floquet looks like an incredible place to stay, I would be so thrilled to be able to look out the window and see the Eiffel Tower – what a sight to behold!

  4. Indeed, i have come to the right place. Just seeing the pictures alone has captivated me and create the urge to want to travel to those place immediately. 

    One of the beautiful things about penthouses is that they provide you with these great view of the environment or the city at large. They made you feel the essence or beauty of the country and nature. They also make you stay above noisy and urban crowded life. 

    With these top 10, you have listed here, shows an easy accessibility to other places in the environment. That means those penthouses are located in a good place. Thank you 

    1. Hi Augusta and thank you for the comments! Your description of penthouses is spot-on. Glad you found value in the article. Best wishes to you.

  5. What a great selection you have here. I really like that you provide all the attractions around each hotel. I remember when I’ve been to Paris, and I just booked a hotel without taking into account the nearby attractions. These accommodations are the best solution for a group or for a special occasion. Great selection, thank you for sharing.

    1. Hello Dany thank you! Glad you appreciate the nearby attractions as they are some of the best around.

  6. Hello. The place that i like most is the Luxurious Penthouse near Eiffel Tower and River . Its setup as i see it brings warmth and happiness. Also the living room and kitchen are in the same room. It has an arts theater nearby and vegetable and fruit store. The river and the Eiffel tower will make the stay more enjoable.

    Second choice would be the Paris Montorgueil because it has a vegan coffee shop nearby mostly. The classic look and feel is good enough for me.

    Finally I like the balcony at the Hotel Maison FL. But the shops nearby are of no interest to me so i wouldn’t go.

  7. WOW, the city of love. Now, these are two places which I would love to go with my wife. I Have heard about these places and seen them on television but would love to go there and stay at one of these places which you are sharing. This is so amazing and breathtaking I just love it and hopefully someday God’s willing my dream will come true of visiting this place along with my wife.

  8. The first time I traveled to Paris was with a group. I would say to those considering going this route that it is definitely a more economical way to go. However, be picky as to which group you choose to go with.  If I had to do it all again, I would choose a group that was more mature in age, fewer children. Don’t get me wrong, I love children but not when I’m traveling and want to take my time. The more children in the group, the more rushed you will be to get from one place to another.

  9. I really like Paris. Last time we we’re spending a couple of weeks in Belgium, we decided to go to Paris for the day. We took the very first train in the morning and arrived back to Belgium almost at midnight. It was a rainy day in Paris. But that didn’t stop us from having a wonderful day there. But we have started to make plans for a vacation trip exclusively to Paris. There is so much to see and do there. Traveling with a large family group is fun. And it also makes staying at a Penthouse affordable. Reading your post, I loved the idea of a rooftop swimming pool with Eiffel Tower views.

  10. My biggest dream is to visit Paris. I was planning my vacation to Paris this late spring-early summer, but because Catholic   Cathedral was on fire, it stopped me till next summer. I was looking for famous places to visit: Eiffel Tower, Notre – Dame de Paris, Louvre, Cathedral, etc. I didn’t have any idea how far all these famous places are from each other. Also, I was looking for hotels, but it was hard for me ( don’t speak french). I am happy I found your content, now I have an idea about famous places and penthouses. You explain everything in such an easy way and detailed. It looks like I did a desition – the best hotel for me is the Hotel Pont Royal!

    Thanks for the detailed article.

  11. Wow, I am so glad I found this article, we are planning to take the kids somewhere different this summer and a couple of friends recommended Paris, so I thought I did check it out, and also see what available accommodations there are.

    I am completely blown away by these penthouses, (believing these images are the actual views of the penthouses) right? Please let me know if they are not.

    My eyes are on the ones that can accommodate a family of five, have enough facilities, and also close to tourist centres and most certainly the airport.

    I do find each of the penthouses unique in its own way, but I do love this Champs Elysèes the most, it already feels like home just browsing through the catalogue, and I love how spacious and accommodating it looks and being close to a couple of interesting places make it look like the right place to be.

    Will still have a run through again, before deciding on what to go for.

    This has been really helpful. 


  12. OK so now I want to go to Paris. Wow there are some really amazing places to stay in Paris, for not that much. I love the architecture and all the places that offer great views. The rooftop views are extra special. What a beautiful website. I am really impressed with how great it all looks and the great rental advise. Good Job

  13. I never considered renting a penthouse until I read this review. Accordingly, the prices are within reason. Paris is a romantic place to vacation with a lot of places to see. I am happy to see that you also included the price per person if accommodations were made for a group. 

    When is the best time of year to travel to Paris and tour all the popular sites, such as the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame?

    1. Hi Kenneth thank you and glad that you appreciate how reasonable it is to travel luxuriously. Summer temperatures range between 59 and 77 °F with a good amount of sunshine, so this is probably the best time to travel to Paris.

  14. Hey there,

    What an amazing post.  I have never thought that we can rent a penthouse in Paris and it could be so cost-effective if we travel in a group.  I always thought of it as time-consuming and difficult.

    You really make this post interesting by adding nearby attraction and very helpful for visiting France for the first time.  I personally like Residence Charles Floquet, OMG, mere 150 feet from Eiffel Tower!!  Breathtaking!!

    Thanks for such an informative post.


  15. Hi

    Great article, some of these prices for penthouse apartments are actually much more reasonable than I thought they would be. Last time I went to Paris was as a backpacker and I was both young and poor, I had a great time roughing it but now that I am a bit older I appreciate the nicer things in life. I will definitely be taking a look at staying in one of the places recommended here.


  16. Thank you for this review of penthouses in Paris. I would love to spend a night in one! These sound very luxurious and affordable for group travelers. I do plan to travel but in a small group. Maybe I’ll have to plan a group trip with some friends to experience a lovely penthouse! 🙂

  17. Someday… what a great idea. Renting penthouses. I guess it’s done all the time but no one usually talks about it it with us ‘common folk’. No clue. Lol if you start driving traffic to these places I wonder if any snobby people who don’t want to share with ‘commoners’ will be annoyed? Not that it matters to me. If I have the money someday i’ll consider splurging for a taste of the ‘high life’… sounds like fun. Thanks for sharing, 🙂

    1. Hi Elaine, if you gather some friends or family renting a penthouse is actually less expensive than renting a single room! That’s the beauty of penthouses and group travel. All the best.

  18. I would go for the first one. I live close to Paris, so I can you this: it is an amazing city, and if you can afford this roof, do it, seriously. It is one in an lifetime event you can do, there isn’t a second city like this, the city of love. If you can’t afford, try to pick something close to the river, you will love it. 

  19. I’ve been to Paris once, but that was a long time ago. I’d like to go again. I never thought of penthouse accommodation as an option to stay in Paris, but why not! 

    My favorite accommodation out of the options you introduces is probably Paris Montorgeuil, because I like the decor of the room, and it´s not awfully expensive. If money wasn’t an issue, I also like the Luxury Penthouse Eiffel Tower, because of the hot tub and sauna, and the spacious and light room.

  20. Paris is one of my favorite cities in Europe. I travel there a few times a year for business, and I have to say, it is an expensive place to stay from my experience. I have paid $500 a night for a room that is really rather second-rate from other places I have stayed in the big European cities. 

    So it was with interest that I wanted to check this article out for my next trip to Paris. Since I am paying such a high price already on a regular basis, perhaps for a few dollars more, I could get a penthouse for my stay? The options you have selected and reviewed are all beautiful.

    What is surprising to me is that I can get a penthouse for the same money or nearly the same. Of course, not all will fall into that range, but you can bet that I will be making reservations well ahead of time to get into one of these penthouses. Any of them will do! Thanks for another great review post on Penthouses!

    1. You’re welcome Dave and thank you again for another heart-felt review 🙂 Glad you are enjoying the site

  21. I had no idea that renting a penthouse in Paris could actually fit within my budget! I really like that each listing quickly lists the sightseeing places it is near. I like how some of the listings show the cost per person and the number of people the penthouse accommodates. Can you put that information on all the listings? Or at least the number of people that the place can accommodate. It helps me to narrow down the choices if I was looking to travel to Paris.

    I went to Paris in 2017, your website inspires me to return!

    1. Hi Marie, most posts have pricing but if not please stay tuned 🙂 Glad to hear that you found inspiration in the site and happy travels!

  22. Another great post for which you have deeply researched. Thank you for sharing with us. This time you’re in line with my tastes. I really want to make a trip to Paris and thanks to you I have only 10 of the wonderful locations. And it’s still quite difficult to make a decision. First I have to establish what I want to visit and then return to your job, which I marked.

    best regards


  23. Wow! I have heard about Paris before. It’s such an amazing place I’d love to visit someday and I find most of these hotels really nice with access to nice structures, food, shelter and free WiFi especially. These hotels are reasonably priced and they’re very much affordable too plus they’re well equipped.

    Thanks for sharing.

    Best regards!

    1. Thanks for the comments MrBiizy. These Paris hotels are sure to be well-equipped, and with free WiFi for sure. You’re welcome and thanks for the comments

  24. Hi I would like to thank you for the information you have provided about accommodation in Paris. I have visited Paris before but that was 25 years ago and I was roughing it in hostels. It was such a historic beautiful city and the sights were amazing. I would love to visit again with my family and this time in style. Thanks again for the information. 

  25. Many thanks to you for sharing with us in such a beautiful article, and through your article we found out about many beautiful hotels on Paris. I am a traveling lover myself and I travel to different countries whenever I have the chance and I have visited Paris many times, this city I love. When I read the article, I see that you have described many hotels in your article and I think if travel lovers would ever visit Paris, your article would be very useful article for them. I spent night at Hôtel des Ducs D’Anjou when I went there and I was fascinated by the use of those in charge of the management of this hotel, and I hope that many of will be thinking of staying at the hotel after reading this article. 

    And I also hope they share their experience with you very soon.

    1. Shanta thanks for sharing your experience with Hôtel des Ducs D’Anjou and for the comments on these fine Paris hotels!

  26. The hotel Résidence Charles Floquet is my best option out of your list. Kind of expensive for me, but good for a vowel renewal in Paris. The view of the Tower pays to justify its cost. 

    The Hôtel Pont Royal is my second favorite. My obligatory stops are La Maison du Chocolat and the Louvre Museum. Transportation system is very good, once in France with a map, it’s relatively easy to go around the top touristic destinations.

    Thanks for your great recommendations!

  27. I have heard so many mixed reviews about visiting Paris. I think if you like quiet and solitude, this city may not be the place for you, as I believe it is really busy there.

    These penthouses look like a great place to get away from the hustle and bustle and they look so comfortable. If I had to choose one though, I would go for the Les Champs Elysées, as the lounger on the deck sold it for me. And all the great eating places are also close by.

  28. Paris, what can one say, one of the most romantic cities on earth! Full of museums rich in art history, the tour Eifel, fancy restaurants serving delightful french cuisine and mouthwatering cheese. It is for sure on my travel bucket list.

    The penthouse,Résidence Charles Floquet, seems to be a perfect fit due to its proximity to the tour Eifel and the affordable cost per night for a group of 8 and the many amenities included.



  29. Hi

    Thank you very much for this interesting information about hotels in Paris. I have been to Paris and it is so beautiful, with its many places to visit. My favourite being the Eiffel tower, where you can such a wonderful view of Paris and France in general. We you go to the Capital city of a country, you do not know where to stay with so many choices on offer. You rely on  on guides but worry that they may be biased and you have to rely on honest reviews, and hence where your website comes into play. You do make Paris sound like a wonderful city.



  30. I am particularly thankful for these recommendations. I plan on spending the next holiday with my family in Paris. This would really come in handy. We’ll probably be there for at least, a week. Paris has been on my wish list for a long time now, so I intend to enjoy every moment there to the fullest. I really love your recommendation but I think the Residence Charles Floquet will be just fine. Thanks again

  31. Thank you for sharing! 

    This is a great article for me to refer back to when I plan to organize a trip to Parish. Very informative, and love the info you provide about attractions and things to do near by the place of recordation, thus making it easier for me to narrow down what I would prefer to be close to for my own personal interests. I also like how you list the average pricing, so that I don’t have to click on each link to find what will work for my budget. 

    Have you traveled often to Paris? What are your recommendations for the best time of year to visit?

  32. Your travel guide for Paris France is very useful for travelers. As we know that Paris, the capital and most populated city in France, is home to over 2 million Parisians. You listed all best place. The one I liked is the penthouse near Eiffel Tower which has the surrounding restaurants and bars. 

    Athough I never travelled before, it certainly will make me want to travel to these tourist attractions as part of my visit soon. thank for sharing your awesome guide.

  33. Staying in a penthouse in Paris! Now that’s the dream. I’ve always wanted to travel to Paris and It’s the next big trip I want to take. The prices of those penthouses seem pretty affordable especially if people share them with a group as you suggested. 

    Residence Charles Floquet is my favourite I think. the building itself looks beautiful and I don’t think you could beat its view of the Eiffel Tower. Great suggestion!

  34. Hey, I enjoy a lot while reading your guide on Hotels in Paris France and find it very useful for everyone.  Paris, the capital and most populated city in France, is home to over 2 million Parisians. it’s time to get you to hotels in Paris France that will make for an unforgettable experience. While coming to Paris we will stay in Paris Montorgueil or Hôtel Pont Royal. It is really very awesome.

  35. Aah, Paris. I have been there twice and although I cannot say that it was the most spectacular city I have visited it has many excellent places to visit. In all the places you mentioned I would add the War museum which is very impressive and with huge collections. But in all honesty other that these touristic places the rest of the city was a so and so experience.

  36. Paris is one of my favourite cities and even if you have been there before, there is something magical about Paris and I always find new and different parts of the city. I love the area around the Sacré Coeur and Montmatre and watching all the street artists display their wares. And a trip up the Eiffle Tower is a must to get the best views of the city. 

    A trip on a boat along the Seine means you see the city from a different angle and is well worth the money that you will spend. Great post.

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