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Priced right, set in the best locations, these hotels don’t come with state-of-the-art bells and whistles, but have kept their charm and offer top notch service.
Melia Royal Alma Boutique Hotel
35 Rue Jean Goujon
33 800 91 91 30
La Maison Favart
5, Rue de Marivaux | 2nd Arr, 75002
Hotel Residence Foch
10 rue Marbeau, 75116
Hotel Ducs de Bourgogne
19 Rue du Pont Neuf, 75001 Paris, France
Phone:+33 1 42 33 95 64
Hotel Le Sainte-Beuve
9 Rue Sainte-Beuve
3 rue Nicolo | 16th Arr., 75016
Paris France Hotel
72 Rue de Turbigo, 75003 Paris, France
Phone:+33 1 42 78 00 04
6 Rue Taylor, 75010 Paris
Phone:+33 1 42 40 11 01
Hotel Le Six
14, rue Stanislas, 75006
Relais Saint Jacques
3 Rue Abbé De L’ Epée
2, Rue Racine
Best Western Trianon Rive Gauche
1 Bis Rue De Vaugirard
Hotel Fontaines Du Luxembourg
4 Rue De Vaugirard
33 1 43 25 35 90
For multimillionaires I have one added suggestion if you’re willing to wait until August: Peninsula Paris, 19 Avenue Kieber. Set in a century-old Beaux-Arts building, it will offer five restaurants and bars include an upscale Chinese restaurant and cigar lounge, 1,700-square-meter subterranean spa with an indoor pool with LED mood lighting, herbal steam rooms and ice fountains. Price: astronomical.
Staying at any one of these establishments gives you out-the-door entrée for walks with your No Worries Paris guidebook. Make 2014 the year you finally make that trip to this romantic city.
I really enjoy your blogs about Paris! My husband and I will be visiting in late August for 9 nights. Can you recommend a good hotel for around 100 Euros per night within the 1-6 Arrondissments?
If you’re staying that long and want to keep it below 100 E you might look into an apartment on V.R.B.O. or check with the Vacation-in-Paris agency. Advantage: they have kitchens. Hotels at below 100 usually are pretty bad especially those in the 6th. If you can step it up to 150, I’ve found all the Best Westerns in the 6th are up to standard. August most of the Parisians are in the south holidaying but it’s not hotel low season. here are some links: http://book.bestwestern.com/bestwestern/FR/Paris-hotels/BEST-WESTERN-Jardin-De-Cluny/Hotel-Overview.do?propertyCode=93196 and http://www.hoteldefleurieparis.com/location.html. Their rates vary, always good to book way ahead and deal with hotel directly. best, Janine
Thank you, Janine, I will check these out!
Have you ever tried Hotel Balzac? If so, what were your thoughts?
Trailblazer Travel Books said:
I’ve never stayed there but can definitely recommend the location and have heard from readers that the quality of service and decor are excellent.