Paris Boutique Hotels

Hotel search

Get Secret Prices on select hotels

These prices aren’t available to everyone.

Deal of the day

See all 16,119 Paris deals

Pay now or later on most rooms

Free cancellation on most rooms

Price Guarantee

Booking Boutique Hotels in Paris

How to find the best boutique hotels in Paris with Hotels.com

The key to a romantic city break or glamorous family holiday in Paris isn't the climate, sites to see or variety of exquisite cuisine (although, they undeniably help!); it's simply ensuring a stress-free experience. Making sure your trip's finer details - flights, hotels and perhaps even a car - are all organized through Hotels.com’s website, from start to finish, will guarantee an unforgettable stay in the French capital. When it comes to boutique hotels in Paris, the City of Light boasts so many tempting retreats it can be overwhelming but there's no need to worry; our selection of design accommodation, refined by our vast experience, helps separate those good stays from the great. Let us deal with the likes of booking boutique hotels in Paris, so you can scale the Eiffel Tower, shop around the Champs-Elysées or stroll through Tuileries Garden and create memories of a lifetime.

Paris in a nutshell

Paris is teeming with sights to see and has a heavy focus on arts and museums which go hand-in-hand with its relaxed lifestyle. Already very well known for the likes of the Arc de Triomphe and the Louvre, as well as the aforementioned attractions, we’ll try and cover some of the other places you have to check out, here. Perhaps it’s because it involves going underground but the city’s Catacombs are a fascinating visit that looks at something other than Paris’ aesthetics - some intriguing history, but we’ll not ruin anything for you! Our tip, just make sure you go. A grand old train station converted into an art museum sounds great wherever you are, but Paris’ Musée D’Orsay takes it a step further, showcasing some of the most contemporary works in Europe for art enthusiasts. Montmartre is a very cool area in the northern part of the city (home to some of the most popular boutique hotels in Paris), a perfect visit for, again, anyone that appreciates art and design. As an added bonus - and a pretty special one at that - the Sacré-Coeur stands proudly over Montmartre’s square and has regular services for tourists to take in.

How to have a fabulous time in Paris

Boutique hotels in Paris might be well-known but the city’s reputation for Roman ruins isn’t quite so strong… Alas, remnants of the Roman era aren’t actually too difficult to find, people just don’t tend to go looking for them! But, in actual fact, there’s some beautiful ancient sights to see; stones, pillars and even baths are all dotted about the capital. Cluny is a great spot to spend at least half a day, in particular, if you have a penchant to go perusing. It also happens to be home of some of the best design accommodation and boutique hotels in Paris! Canals are another site that aren’t seen as conventionally Parisian but you’d be wrong again. The Canal St. Martin perfectly mirrors Paris’ laid-back cafe atmosphere with its serene walks and places to have a sip or two of typical French coffee. For the best view in town, especially at night, the Montparnasse Tower is unbeatable. Slightly less sought after than the Eiffel, wait times are also a little lighter and getting up to the prime viewing decks is even quicker.

Paris travel guides

Paris travel guides