Luxury Hotels in Paris
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- Eiffel Tower
- Paris City Centre
- Paris Opera
- Louvre Museum
- Arc de Triomphe
- Place de la Concorde
- Notre Dame Cathedral
- Galeries Lafayette
- Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre
- AccorHotels Arena
- Stade de France
- 15th Arrondissement
- Parc des Princes
- Palais des Congres de Paris
- Place de la Bastille
- Disneyland® Paris
- 7th Arrondissement
Paris Luxury Hotels
Best areas in Paris for luxury hotelsParis’ 1st and 2nd arrondissements, in the city center, are full of luxury hotels and accommodations. This area, beside the banks of the shimmering Seine, is home to many of the city’s top cultural attractions – from regal museums like the Louvre to the Tuileries Garden. The streets surrounding the wide, tree-lined Boulevard Haussman, which stretches across the 8th and 9th arrondissements, are also sprinkled with exclusive hotels. Similarly, the area around the Champs-Elysees, a high-end shopping hotspot, is rich with upscale accommodation.
Top luxury hotels in ParisL'Hotel du Collectionneur Arc de Triomphe boasts vast ensuite rooms, cast in glitzy modern décor, with airy balconies, many of which offer views of the majestic white stone Arc itself. The Mercure Paris Centre Tour Eiffel provides doorstep access to the Eiffel Tower, and champions sleek modern rooms, a ritzy in-house restaurant, and a flashy 24-hour fitness center. The modern Hyatt Regency Paris Etoile, near the Palais des Congres, proffers from effortlessly stylish warm-gold rooms with sweeping city views, alongside impeccable concierge and valet services.
Where to find the best fine dining in ParisIn the Champs-Elysees area you’ll find top Paris fine dining. Discover fusion cuisine restaurants, based in stylish Art Deco buildings, and nouvelle cuisine dining establishments, where lavish white-gold interiors provide sublime settings to sample elegantly prepared game bird and fish dishes. The 1st and 2nd arrondissements are full of classic haute cuisine restaurants, which celebrate rich soups and tender meats, complemented by vintage wines. You’ll also find luxurious restaurants south of the Seine, particularly in the northern end of the 7th arrondissement.
The most unique things to do in ParisNo trip to Paris is complete without viewing the fine European art masterworks on display in the city’s top galleries. For truly exclusive access to these artworks, treat yourself to a skip-the-line ticket at the Louvre. These premier tickets allow you to avoid the long queues, and include private tours where attentive, multilingual guides offer educational and inspirational information as you stroll along the marble corridors. Fancy dining in style? Book a Seine river cruise with dinner, and gently glide across the glittering blue waters while sipping chilled champagne and watching the city’s top sights drift past – including the silvery Eiffel Tower and Gothic Notre Dame. Paris also proffers from a range of exclusive pampering facilities – there are many ritzy, elite spas sprinkled across the city, particularly near the Champs-Elysees, where you can enjoy hot stone massages and luxurious mud baths.
Best ways to get around ParisPairs’ extensive metro train network spans the whole central city and provides a quick and easy way to get around. For a more relaxing mode of transport, travel via taxicab – these metered taxis are in abundance throughout the city, and can be hailed on the street with ease, or booked in advance from your hotel. Many of Paris’ luxury hotels also provide limo and town car services – a classy and utterly stress free way to cruise from sight to sight.
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