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Hotel Fouquet's Barriere

Hotel Fouquet's Barriere Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Located on the Champs Élysées, the Fouquet's Barrière is one of the most famous and exclusive luxury hotels in Paris. It has a slightly modernized Haussmann-style exterior, while interior design combines baroque, surrealist, and classic style elements with contemporary flair. Sophisticated rooms start at 400 square feet, and black marble bathrooms have separate showers and tubs as well as TVs in the mirrors. The extensive features include three restaurants (one Michelin-starred), an upscale spa, and a gorgeous indoor swimming pool. The hotel deserves its five-star status, but this level of luxury comes at a very high price.
Hotel Le Bristol

Hotel Le Bristol Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The 88-room Hotel Le Bristol opened its doors in 1925 during the Roaring Twenties, and today is still one of Paris' best-known luxury hotels. It offers impressive amenities for its small size, including a sunlit indoor pool (a rare find in Paris); a three-Michelin-star restaurant, Epicure; and a lovely spa with three floors featuring a Turkish bath and playroom for kids. Families are welcome in this posh environment: There's a dedicated Children's Programme, and little ones may appreciate the fact that there's a resident cat roaming the hotel. Rooms are elegant, aside from the dated comforters, and vary in size and price. The hotel -- located on one of the most high-end shopping streets in Paris -- is steps to the Hermes flagship store, as well as avenue Montaigne and Champs Elysees.
Les Jardins de la Villa

Les Jardins de la Villa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 33-room Les Jardins de la Villa is a boutique hotel with contemporary style in a quiet location. Stylish rooms are a good size for Paris standards, and are equipped with great extras such as free on-demand movies, free Wi-Fi, and Nespresso machines. They strike a good balance between practical amenities and fun touches (pops of bright color, avant-garde headboards), and feature luxurious bathrooms with walk-in showers (pricier rooms also have separate soaking tubs). Hotel highlights include the two-person hammam, beautiful winter garden, and convenient honesty bar in the evenings. While breakfast is expensive and the location is a little out of the way, it is a good pick for amenities and style.
Regina Hotel

Regina Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

An historic grande dame of a hotel on the Place des Pyramides, the Regina was renovated in 2014 but maintains a classic, elegant ambiance. It opened for the 1900 World’s Fair, and more recently has served as the filming location for "The Bourne Identity." Facing the Louvre, Tuileries Gardens, and Eiffel Tower on the opposite side of the Seine, Hotel Regina features 119 rooms and 15 suites that mix period furniture with modern amenities such as flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Guests might want to also check out the Regina's sister hotel, the Raphael, which is near the Arc de Triomphe, as prices here can be quite high.
Hotel Daniel

Hotel Daniel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Hotel Daniel is an elegant boutique located between the Champs Elysees and Rue du Fauburg Saint-Honore, two of the most famous streets in Paris. With an abundance of silks, rich fabrics, furniture from around the globe, and hand-painted wallpaper, this small property has charm to spare. The 26 rooms are decent-sized for Paris, and come with great amenities including luxurious bathrooms with big soaking tubs and striking antiques. The restaurant is outstanding (but expensive), and service is top-notch, but there’s little in the way of amenities. Extras -- such as valet parking and breakfast -- are quite pricey.
Hotel de la Porte Doree

Hotel de la Porte Doree Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 43-room Hotel de la Porte Doree is an elegant, homey mid-range hotel located outside of the Paris city center in the 12th arrondissement. The hotel is quiet and charming, with a true Parisian feeling. Loft-like rooms have plush bedding and wood floors, and blend modern amenities (Blu-ray DVD players, iPod docks, free Wi-Fi) with vintage details (gilded mirrors, crown molding). Because this is a boutique, there's not much in the way of property features, but there is a DVD lending library and breakfast buffet (for a fee) served in a cute cafe-style room. The metro, bus, high speed rail, and new tram all stop near the hotel entrance.
Villa Beaumarchais

Villa Beaumarchais Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This 50-room, upper-middle-range hotel has a quaint French charm. Well-located in the heart of the Marais district, but set on a peaceful street, it’s a good base for exploring the city. The guest rooms may be showing some wear and tear in places, but they are immaculately clean and have a distinctly Parisian feel. There’s no restaurant (though a paid breakfast buffet gets high marks) or spa at this property, but for travelers looking for a classic French experience, this shouldn’t disappoint.
Hotel Le Marquis Eiffel

Hotel Le Marquis Eiffel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 36-room upper-middle-range Hotel Le Marquis Eiffel is a charming and intimate boutique property in a quiet area of the 15th arrondissement, within walking distance of the Eiffel Tower. Chic and cozy interiors include a snug library lounge with a fireplace, a lovely lobby bar, and breakfast room (breakfast is not included in the room rate). Rooms are small, though tastefully and traditionally decorated, with an attention to detail that includes fresh flowers in the bathrooms, Hermes toiletries, and coffee and tea amenities. There are no fitness facilities, meeting rooms, or restaurant, and travelers might want to check out other hotels that are closer to the Eiffel Tower and offer more services and amenities, such as Mercure Paris Centre Eiffel Tower Hotel.
Hotel Belloy Saint-Germain

Hotel Belloy Saint-Germain Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 50-room Hotel Belloy Saint-Germain is an upper-middle-range and homey retreat in the Latin Quarter of Paris. This hotel charms with classic decor and exposed brick walls, and offers great amenities including 24-hour front desk service, safe deposit boxes, a cozy cellar breakfast room (plus room service), and a business corner. Classically decorated rooms have flat-screen TVs, minibars, and some have balconies. Guests complain, however, that small rooms and bathrooms can feel cramped. The Hotel Pas de Calais is similarly priced and its rooms tend to be a bit larger.
Le Robinet d'Or

Le Robinet d'Or Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 16-room upper-middle-range Le Robinet d’Or is a charming boutique hotel in the 10th arrondissement. It's full of character and industrial-chic decor that’s a nod to its name and history, as this “Golden Tap” was once a tap factory. Though not close to many major tourist sights, the area is well populated with restaurants, and is conveniently located within walking distance of two major train stations, and is around the corner from a metro station. Quaint rooms with flower-covered crimson accent walls have comfortable beds and amenities that include flat-screen TVs and coffeemakers, and lovely (but small) modern bathrooms. Suites with kitchenettes and living rooms are also available. The on-site restaurant and bar is a typical Parisian bistro, and is a popular spot with local residents as well as guests. Other features include meeting rooms and event facilities, an iMac computer in the lobby (the hotel will also lend laptops), free bottled water, and free Wi-Fi throughout. Guests should be aware that there is no elevator.

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  • Award-Winning

What's Your Style?

  • Kid-Friendly
  • Luxury
  • Romantic
  • Boutique
  • Business
  • Historic
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Locations

  • 10th Arrondissement (Canal St-Martin)
  • 11th and 12th Arrondissements (Place de la Bastille)
  • 13th Arrondissement
  • 14th and 15th Arrondissements (Montparnasse)
  • 15th Arrondissement
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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
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