4.6 Hotel de Nell Paris

Hôtel de Nell, Paris

New York Times

“Hôtel de Nell offers travelers an ideal location away from congested tourist areas but close to major attractions, an eager-to-please staff and upscale finishes.­”

$ 311 $ 311 $ 311 $ 311
4.8 Peninsula Hotel Paris

Hotel The Peninsula, Paris

CNN

“The Peninsula’s sculpted stone facade — covered in intricate bas-reliefs — was meticulously restored to its former neoclassical splendor. Inside are similarly restored marble, gilt work and 19th-century mosaics, which complement the hotel’s modern artwork and fixtures.”

$ 900 $ 900 $ 900 $ 900
4.2 Mama Shelter Paris

Hotel Mama Shelter, Paris

CNN

“The Mama Shelter is not central, but it’s convenient to the Metro, Père Lachaise cemetery is around the corner and, yes, that’s the Eiffel Tower you see in the distance. If you want ‘real’ best of Paris, this is it.”

$ 136 $ 136 $ 136 $ 136
4.5 Hotel du Petit Moulin Paris

Hôtel du Petit Moulin, Paris

CNN

“To be king or queen for a day, you don’t have to wake up a pauper. Housed in a 17th-century building, the 17 rooms of this Marais hotel were individually (and flamboyantly) decorated by Christian Lacroix.”

$ 274 $ 274 $ 274 $ 274
4.6 Hotel Le Meurice Paris

Hotel Le Meurice, Paris

CNN

“Facing the Jardin des Tuileries, it’s hard to get more central than this best of Paris hotel, and you don’t have to leave the building to enjoy one of the city’s most delicious and opulent dining experiences, courtesy of chef Yannick Alleno, a champion of local products.”

$ 945 $ 945 $ 945 $ 945
4.7 George V Hotel Paris

Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris

CNN

“This Golden Triangle mainstay is difficult to top in terms of luxury, service and price. Capacious guest rooms incorporate styles of different eras for a result that’s a little bit Marie-Antoinette, a touch Joséphine and unmistakably French.”

$ 1150 $ 1150 $ 1150 $ 1150
4.1 Generator Hotel Paris

Generator Hostel, Paris

New York Times

“Its lobby bustling with international guests, Generator Paris offers an affordable mid-tier option for those seeking privacy off the beaten path, and bargain prices for students inseparable from their entourage.”

$ 22 $ 22 $ 22 $ 22
4.6 Hotel Providence Paris

Hotel Providence, Paris

New York Times

“With its classic-chic design, cozy restaurant and convenient location, the Hôtel Providence is a fashionable and affordable resting spot in one of Paris’s most dynamic neighborhoods.”

$ 195 $ 195 $ 195 $ 195
4.5 Grand Pigalle Hotel paris

Grand Pigalle Hotel, Paris

New York Times

“Situated a bit farther south in the hip South Pigalle (SoPi) district is the Grand Pigalle Hotel. Opened earlier this year, it blends Belle Époque, Art Deco and Modernist décor. Each of its 37 rooms features custom-made toiletries and minibars with cocktails from the hotel bar; deluxe rooms offer custom-blended Cru espresso.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Paris.

$ 171 $ 171 $ 171 $ 171
4.7 Maison Souquet Paris

Hotel Maison Souquet, Paris

New York Times

“Maison Souquet, is a renovated former bordello in Pigalle near the Moulin Rouge nightclub. Its Belle Époque salons are decorated with 19th-century furniture and first-edition books; each of its 14 rooms, 6 suites and 2 apartments is named after a famous Parisian courtesan; a hidden door in the basement leads to a pool and massage parlor.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Paris.

$ 406 $ 406 $ 406 $ 406
4.5 Hotel Recamier Paris

Hôtel Recamier, Paris

New York Times

“Tucked behind the newly renovated St.-Sulpice church, the six-story Hôtel Recamier is quiet, chic and sophisticated. The interior designer Jean-Louis Deniot made each of the 24 rooms, ranging from small to spacious, unique. But they all share a soothing, neutral palette.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Paris.

$ 244 $ 244 $ 244 $ 244
4.5 L'Hotel Paris

L’Hôtel, Paris

New York Times

“Built in 1827, L’Hotel is the last place that Oscar Wilde resided, and holds a special place in Parisians’ hearts. The discreet and historic five-star hotel has 20 glamorous rooms, including a nearly 600-square-foot penthouse with a terrace a restaurant bar and hammam pool in the basement.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Paris.

$ 431 $ 431 $ 431 $ 431