Best Hotels in Paris

From the most luxurious boutique hotels to the most affordable, these are the top Paris hotels. What are the best hotels in Paris? Read on to check out our list of the best hotels in Paris for the ultimate stay in the French capital.

Cheval Blanc Paris, 1st district

Cheval Blanc opened its first urban hotel in the historic La Samaritaine. Cheval Blanc Paris is like entering a living museum. There are nearly 600 artisans involved in restoration. You can also see works of global artists throughout the space. Nearly all 72 rooms, most of them spacious suites, overlook the Seine. The seventh-floor Art Deco brasserie and cocktail bar, Le Tout Paris, is the place you should visit before heading to the underground spa run by Dior.

Airelles Chateau de Versailles, Le Grand Contrôle, Versailles

Le Grand Controle offers an immersion into the lives and times of Louis XVI, Marie-Antoinette. Every silver spoon, antique armoire and gilded photograph tells the story of life before the French Revolution. With opulent chandeliers and marble fireplaces, the 14 rooms and suites reflect a more luxurious era. Dinner takes on a theatrical twist with waiters dressed in period costumes, and a five-course meal featuring the Sun King's favorite dishes. To start your busy day of sightseeing, treat yourself to a royal "wake-up call" with classical music.

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La Demeure Montaigne 8th district

La Demeure Montaigne, a 93-room hotel, features feather-flower chandeliers and jungle wallpaper. Visitors can enjoy a spa with soft jazz and the delicate fragrance of powder. Upstairs, you will find a Carrara marble hall that leads to a stately billiards area with its fireplace and circular granite bar. The restaurant L'Envolee is located in a glass atrium. Most rooms have a feminine floral feel with reliefs of fauna and birds.

Chouchou Hotel in the 9th district

The Chouchou hotel in the Opera district will lead you into Le Marché, which is a food market that doubles up as a venue for live music, DJs and stand-up. The space buzzes with young Parisians, who are seated at trestle tables ordering cheese and charcuterie plates, or oysters from mock stalls under striped awnings. The 63 rooms are reasonably priced. The continental breakfasts downstairs are delicious. It's not a place where you need to escape the city but connects you to its rhythms.

Hotel Hoy, 9th district

This 22-bedroom hotel is a sanctuary in the 9th district of Paris. A ballet bar has replaced the minibar with instructions for pre- or post-sleep stretches. Yoga poses are featured on elevator doors. At Yuj's hot yoga studio, residents can do yoga under Japanese infrared light. Chiaki Kokami, a florist, offers flower-arranging classes in the lobby. Binchotan charcoal is another Japanese touch in the hotel. The plant-based Mesa restaurant is a delight. It offers dishes like carrot lox, which is a twist on the smoked salmon version. Sweet chia puddings are available with fruit compote, and almond-butter-stuffed purple corn pancakes.

Hotel du Sentier, 2nd district

This 30-room hotel is a 6-floor gem in the 2nd district of Paris. The bathrooms feature custom-made jewel-tone tiles and the windows let in the most beautiful afternoon light. This Parisian hotel is classified as a historical monument. It is ideally located near many of Paris's best restaurants. And for visitors who don't feel like dining out, it's an easy stroll to rue de Montorgueil and take back ginger cookies from Stohrer and chocolate "orangettes" from A la Mere de Famille, to your room since many feature a small round bistro table and chairs. You can feel as if you're outside dining in Paris, but inside your room.

Best Hotels in Paris

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