5 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
Five Star Paris hotels
Most popular areas in Paris for 5-star hotelsParis is synonymous with elegance and luxury, and the city’s wealth of stately 5-star hotels bears this out. The central Paris area of the 1st arrondissement is flush with exclusive 5-star hotels. The area is home to Paris’ regal Tuileries Garden, squared-off statue-studded grounds gridded by neat rows of leafy trees. Similarly, the 6th arrondissement, south of the Seine, sings with 5-star accommodations. There are also plenty of 5-star hotels around the Arc de Triomphe, at the upper end of the Champs-Elysees boulevard.
Top 5-star hotels in ParisThe Hotel Napoleon, overlooking the Arc de Triomphe, offers vast and regally-designed rooms inset with Neo-Classical furnishings, as well as pampering spa services. L'Hotel du Collectionneur Arc de Triomphe is another haven in the heart of Paris, offering a full-service spa, alongside a fine dining in-house restaurant. Nearby, the Renaissance Paris Arc de Triomphe Hotel celebrates luxury rooms that boast ultra-stylish modern furnishings and airy balconies with sweeping views of the Arc itself.
Where to find the best restaurants in ParisIt’s well known that Paris’ cuisine scene flourishes with fine dining establishments, traditional bistros and bakeries, and fancy fusion restaurants. While such eateries are scattered across the central city and readily available whatever location you’re staying in, there are some choice upscale dining hubs. The stylish Champs-Elysees is home to a range of cutting-edge international restaurants located in retro Art Deco buildings, while the area around the Opera and the Grand Boulevards celebrates more traditional French gourmet restaurants. The 1st arrondissement's is another noteworthy area with restaurants serving up meticulous and delicate haute cuisine.
The most popular things to do in ParisArt lovers can’t miss out on visiting the Louvre, a grand, sprawling museum based within a former palace building of Baroque, Renaissance, and Gothic architecture, with a futuristic glass-pyramid addition. Inside, see ancient Roman relics and masterful paintings like DaVinci’s Mona Lisa. Architecture enthusiasts can stop by the Notre Dame, a towering medieval catholic cathedral – completed in 1345 – crowned by 2 looming Gothic towers. Paris’ Arc de Triomphe monument is another key architectural marvel – a Neo-Classical early 19th-century arch inlaid with elegant statues, dedicated to the French soldiers who fought in the Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars. No trip to Paris is complete without stopping by the Eiffel Tower – a dizzyingly tall wrought iron latticework tower where 4 silver struts crescendo into a sharp point.
Best ways to get around ParisParis boasts an efficient, affordable, and easily navigable public transport network of buses and metro lines. The underground metro will get you almost anywhere you need to go within the central and wider city, while the bus routes fill in any missing areas – and act as a nice alternative to cover short distances. Taxicabs are also in abundance throughout the city, and can be hailed in most central areas – or simply booked from your hotel. Many of Paris’ 5-star hotels offer limo and town car service, too.
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