4 Star 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
Four Star Paris hotels
Most popular areas in Paris for 4-star hotelsYou’ll find many luxurious 4-star hotels throughout Paris, but the bulk of them are based in the central 1st and 2nd arrondissements. These culture-packed arrondissements, by the glimmering Seine, are full of stately Renaissance and Baroque architecture, art galleries, and heritage museums. Just behind this area, the 8th arrondissement – beside the luxury stores of the Champs-Elysees boulevard – offers plenty of 4-star hotels. So too does the 6th arrondissement, just south of the Seine – a fashionable district that champions café culture.
Top 4 star hotels in ParisThe Hotel Eugene en Ville, based near the Opera, offers sleek, stylish, and spacious rooms decorated with a silver and gold color palate. Here, you’ll have the option of booking a room with an adjoining terrace. The Grand Hotel Saint Michel, steps from the Sorbonne and south of the Seine, offers airy rooms and top amenities, including a fitness center and indulgent room service. The Mercure Paris Centre Tour Eiffel provides impressive ensuite rooms and a refined in-house restaurant, all adjacent to the Eiffel Tower itself.
Where to find the best restaurants in ParisParis’ 1st and 2nd arrondissements aren’t only synonymous with classy hotels and high culture – they’re also home to some of the city’s finest haute cuisine restaurants, where you can enjoy rich and delicately presented meat and fish dishes complemented by vintage wines. Around the Champ-Elysees boulevard, you’ll find a mix of international fusion eateries and nouvelle cuisine restaurants, where precise, short menus celebrate game birds, green vegetables, and white fish. For guaranteed good dining in a classic Parisian setting, visit the upscale but unfussy traditional restaurants alongside the Opera and Grand Boulevards.
The most popular things to do in ParisParis and high culture go hand in hand, and nowhere demonstrates this more clearly than the Louvre, a vast art museum based in the 1st arrondissement. Located in a former palace building, which champions Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture, alongside a modern glass pyramid addition, this museum houses European masterworks, including Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. After, visit the Eiffel Tower, a silver-colored ironwork structure that spears Paris’ skyline – you can ascend to the observation deck at the tower’s summit for sprawling city views. Architecture enthusiasts, meanwhile, can’t miss the Notre Dame – a 14th-century Gothic cathedral fronted with 2 looming cuboid towers. Another essential architectural monument is the Arc de Triomphe, based in the northwest central area, at the end of the Champs-Elysees. This enormous Neo-Classical arch commemorates the French soldiers who fought in the Napoleonic and Revolutionary wars.
Best ways to get around ParisParis proffers from an extensive and easy-to-navigate public transport network of buses and metro lines. The Paris metro system spirals throughout the city, with stations located at all key tourist sights and neighborhoods. Similarly, the bus routes span the central areas and travel into the suburbs, too. Taxicabs are a popular way to get around – but to really travel in style, book a town car from your 4-star Paris hotel and relax as you cruise from sight to sight.
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