Travel to a city with a million facets and countless elements to discover. Paris is sometimes romantic, sometimes cosmopolitan, sometimes ambiguous. One thing’s for sure though and that’s that it’s unique so, browse our selection of great deals on hotels in Paris and get yourself over there.
Where to stay in Paris
Where? Well, students and tourists will love The Latin Quarter, Saint-Germain-des-Prés is trendy and chic, Montmartre is village-like… there really is a Parisian district to match all tastes and interests!
Here are a couple of Paris hotels that we really like:
- Premium: Windsor Opera - This design hotel is in the theatre district and it will provide a charming and relaxing setting for your Paris getaway.10 Rue Gabriel Laumain, 10e arr., 75010 Paris
- Budget: Hotel Montmartre – It’s close to the Sacré-Cœur, comfortable and boasts great links to the city’s main attractions. 16 Rue Ramey, 18e arr., 75018 Paris
Where to eat in Paris
- La Mangerie: Visit for delicate décor, charming service and great food. Just try resisting a repeat visit to this flawless tapas restaurant! 7 Rue de Jarente 75004 Paris
- Le Willow: Picture a barge, the Seine in the background, a nice wine list, a wonderful cheese board and a tasty selection of cold meats... 14 Quai de l'hôtel de ville 75004 Paris
- La Pâtisserie des rêves: The food and views easily speak for themselves. It’s on the 3rd floor of the BHV and you’ll find all kinds of sweet and savoury delights. 3rd floor of the BHV, 36 Rue de la Verrerie, 75004 Paris
Nightlife in Paris
- Club Raye A jazz club with incredible cocktails, a piano, events and it’s all in black and white. * 26 rue Dussoubs, 75002 Paris*
- Le Boucan Feel right at home with a drink at this lively, charming and unique bar. 108 Boulevard de Clichy, 75018 Paris
Must-sees in Paris
- The Eiffel Tower: Undoubtedly the city’s most famous icon. When you reach the top, you’ll be mingling with the clouds and enjoying a magical 360º city view.
- The Sacré-Cœur Basilica: Sat at the top of Montmartre, this white basilica is instantly recognisable and serves up some of the city’s prettiest views. Don’t forget to wander over to Place du Tertre for a dose of history and street art either.
- Arc de Triomphe: Tour the Champs-Élysées and you’ll inevitably come across the world’s largest arch.
Activities, art and culture
- The Louvre: A Parisian jewel and one of the world’s largest museums. It’s also home to unmissable pieces like the Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo.
- Notre-Dame de Paris: A 13th century work of art that celebrated its 850th year in 2013. This is also the point at which French roads begin, and it’s the country’s most visited monument.
- The Palace of Versailles: Just outside Paris but a must all the same. This wonderful palace features beautiful gardens, fountains, statues and some incredible buildings.
Where to shop in Paris
- Le Marais: This area is becoming trendier by the minute and it’s packed with boutiques by young designers, art galleries, arts and crafts shops, and all kinds of other treasures.
- Saint-Germain-des-Près: Famously once popular among intellectuals, this area is packed full of bookshops and boutiques. The area’s unique architecture is also well worth a look.
- Marché des Enfants Rouges: Set in the 3rd arrondissement, this is the city’s oldest market and you’ll find fresh produce here from Tuesday to Sunday. It’s a pleasant spot to explore and it’s surrounded by bustling restaurants.
- Parc des Buttes-Chaumont: This is one of the capital’s largest green spaces and the ideal setting for a picnic or a stroll with some lovely rooftop views.