Whether you’re seeing Paris for the first time, traveling on business or returning for more of the good life, Paris hotels have something for everyone. The vast array of Paris hotels showcases options for every taste and budget. There’s even a selection of posh Paris hotels to suit the most discriminating visitors. And no matter where you choose to spend your Parisian vacation, you’ll find that Paris hotels are usually close to a number of attractions, stupendous shopping area and outstanding restaurants.
Hotel Claridge Bellman, for instance, has forty-two rooms tastefully styled in the fashion of a bygone era. When making your reservation, inquire about the different room choices available. Chances are you may prefer to stay in the 18th rather than in the 20th century bedroom. And best of all, it’s close to the Champs Elysees and the metro station.
If you’re one of the out-of-towners who prefer the Right Bank, Hotel de Vigny is sure to impress. It’s just a few steps from the Arc de Triomphe and within walking distance of Place de la Concorde. But what sets it apart from other Paris hotels is the fact that it boasts a well-stocked library with literary works by major French writers. The hotel itself was named after the poet Alfred de Vigny. So spend the afternoon sitting by the fireplace immersed in a good book. You’ll find that special details such as beautiful drapes and wall coverings that compliment the bedding make it cozy and inviting. Soak away the stress in your spacious marble tub. And if you’re an art enthusiast, marvel in the masterpieces ornamenting the lobby.
Couples in search of romance will find the array of Paris hotels impressive. L’Hotel on the left bank, in the neighborhood of St. Germain de Pres, features themed rooms and thermal baths. Pick up your key at the front desk and step into China, Africa or Turkey. Choose a century that appeals to you and create memories that will remain with your forever.
But if the budget is of concern, consider Hotel Britannique. It’s inexpensive and one of the best situated Paris hotels. It’s a block from the River Seine, near the Louvre, the Latin Quarter and Le Marais. Other great value Paris hotels include Hotel Louis II set in a 17th century building or the small but quaint Saint Merry.
And when picking luxurious accommodations don’t miss the “grand dame” of Paris hotels. The Four Seasons George V offers the most breathtaking vistas of the city. Each room is designed with Louis XVI period furnishings, 17th century tapestries, crystal chandeliers and yet features all the modern amenities. There’s high speed Internet and flat panels televisions to name a few. Treat yourself to the royal suite. With its marble fireplace, antique bedding and living room furniture, you’ll think you’re sleeping in a palace. Guests are invited to relax in the legendary Four Seasons Spa or lounge around the magnificent pool. Dine on gourmet cuisine or delight in a champagne cocktail at any of the lounges.
Another fine choice for elegant lodging is the Plaza Athenee. It’s one of the best known Paris hotels. If you want to taste the astounding gastronomy of world renowned chef Alain Ducasse, this is the place to be. And how about waking up to a cappuccino and croissant with views of the Eiffel Tower?
Come to Paris. You’ll agree that Paris hotels are part of the allure.