The Top 10 Hotels in France You Won’t Want to Miss

The Top 10 Hotels in France You Won’t Want to Miss: The country of France has been famous for its reputation as one of the best places to visit in Europe, or even the world! And it’s easy to see why. With beautiful scenery, delicious French food, and thousands of years of history to explore, France has something for everyone! If you’re planning on visiting this popular country in the near future, make sure you add these 10 hotels to your itinerary. They’re some of the best places to stay in France that are sure to make your trip worth it!

Why Visit Paris?

Paris is one of Europe’s leading tourism destinations, drawing an average of 30 million visitors per year. This level of interest is no surprise when you consider that there are more than 2,600 listed buildings, monuments, and sites in Paris alone. It goes without saying that you can plan on visiting plenty of museums while you’re there – but that doesn’t mean you’ll miss out on fun tourist attractions either. From Eiffel Tower tickets to Monet’s garden at Giverny – there are more than enough places to visit outside of museums to keep everyone entertained during your stay in Paris.

1) Hotel Costes

Hotel Costes is housed in a converted 19th-century building and it offers elegant, contemporary rooms. The hotel has two restaurants: one serves French cuisine and includes a wine bar; another specializes in Asian fusion food. Although Hotel Costes is located just off Place de la Concorde, it’s still close to public transportation so you can explore other parts of Paris from here. Within walking distance is Rue Saint-Honoré, with boutiques like Chanel and Louis Vuitton. Close by are Musée du Louvre, Musée d’Orsay, and Notre Dame Cathedral. RER (Regional Express Rail) trains allow guests easy access from Gare du Nord or Châtelet stations.

2) L’Hotel Particulier

Although it is not quite as famous as some of its neighbors, L’Hotel Particulier is still a top destination for visitors to Paris. This luxury boutique hotel features original art and wood carvings throughout and serves as a great spot for both families and couples looking for a romantic retreat. The hotel offers an expansive spa with a heated indoor pool, sauna, steam room, and various treatments. Dining options are also top-notch with world-class restaurants on site.

3) Grand Hôtel Amour

This hotel is located right on Place des Lices, and it boasts stunning views of both Toulouse and Capitole, a Roman amphitheater. Guests at Grand Hôtel Amour can choose between rooms in the main building or one of three smaller buildings (one of which is actually built into an old stone abbey). Rooms are charmingly decorated with antiques, including original pieces from as far back as 1853. If you feel like getting some fresh air during your stay, be sure to visit Le Logis du Lion d’Or: The Lion’s Den is a restaurant set within its own garden with a statue of two lions that welcomes diners upon arrival.

4) Louvre Inn

The Louvre Inn, a boutique hotel in Paris, is located on Rue de Rivoli near a couple of major landmarks, including Saint-Germain Cathedral and The Louvre Museum. Just beyond The Louvre Hotel’s door are a number of top spots for shopping, dining, and nightlife, making it easy to explore much of what Paris has to offer without having to leave your accommodations. And because it’s situated in an area that stays lively well into the night, you can easily make your way back from a full day of exploring. Inside each guest room at The Louvre Inn are luxurious amenities like heated floors and feather pillows; you’ll also find high-speed Internet access for working or getting online with friends when you’d rather not be out exploring just yet.

5) Hôtel de l’Abbaye Saint Germain des Prés

Situated within a 15th-century building, Le Relais Louis XIII offers upscale rooms with free Wi-Fi and an on-site restaurant. It is a 4-minute walk from Place des Vosges. The historic Grand Place is less than 2 km away. Each air-conditioned room at Le Relais Louis XIII comes with a flat-screen TV and has either a view of central Paris or Rue de Rivoli. Some have wood floors, while others have exposed beams or wooden floors. All are equipped with an en suite bathroom with bathrobes and toiletries.

6) Le Relais Louis XIII

Situated near Parc des Buttes Chaumont, B&B Beaubourg offers self-catering accommodation in Paris. Guests benefit from free WiFi and private parking available on-site. Each room at this bed and breakfast is air conditioned and features a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Some rooms have a seating area where you can relax. For your comfort, you will find free toiletries and a hairdryer. You will find a shared kitchen at the property. Quai de la Loire is 500 meters from B&B Beaubourg, while Père Lachaise Cemetery is 600 meters away. The nearest airport is Orly Airport, 11 km from B&B Beaubourg.

7) B&B Beaubourg

What’s better than Paris? Staying at an intimate and chic B&B smack-dab in the center of Paris. We’re talking about a warm and inviting atmosphere, extremely friendly hosts, and a central location that’s perfect for travelers who want to see all of Paris’ main attractions without having to hail a cab every time they need a break from wandering through museums. The Best Western Hotel Beaubourg is located on Ile de la Cité, right across from Notre Dame Cathedral.

8) Le Meurice

This hotel is a favorite of ours in Paris. Housed inside a former 19th-century private mansion, it’s located just steps from two major train stations, Gare du Nord and Gare de l’Est. Once you arrive, though, you won’t want to leave for a minute. The beautifully designed rooms feature nouveau furniture and clean-lined design accents. In addition to its stunning design, Nomad’s Hotel has impeccable service and is one of Paris’ best restaurants (it’s worth having dinner here even if you’re not staying).

9) Nomad’s Hotel

No list of France’s hotels would be complete without a nod to its capital city, Paris. This centuries-old city is home to countless landmarks, including Notre Dame Cathedral and The Louvre. But one hotel often overlooked by both tourists and locals is Nomad’s Hotel. Its 3 stars don’t come close to telling its story: The hotel was originally built in 1910 as a private mansion before becoming a hotel and eventually being turned into an apartment building at some point during World War II.

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