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La Villa Paris

La Villa Paris Rating: 5.0 Pearls

La Villa Paris is a four-room bed and breakfast set in a lovely 1920s mansion in the 13th arrondissement in southeastern Paris. It's a 15-minute metro ride to the historic center of Paris and major tourist attractions. But a stay at La Villa Paris offers a window into the life of real Parisians. The location in the Butte aux Cailles quarter is like living in a charming village, with its own butcher, baker, small bars and restaurants, and the owners provide guests with the perfect balance of attention and privacy.

Hotel Lancaster

Hotel Lancaster Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The 57-room boutique Hotel Lancaster is a gem, a very expensive, finely cut and cared for gem, that envelops guests in an atmosphere of intimacy and privilege. Marlene Dietrich lived here in the 1930s, and the Marlene Dietrich Suite is available for those who want to vacation in the movie star’s stilettos. Built in 1889, the Lancaster is close to the Champs Elysee but hidden away, a discreet, elegant escape from the 21st-century tech and neon chaos that now permeates the famous avenue.

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 Napoleon Paris

Hotel Napoleon Paris Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The luxury Hotel Napoleon has 51 rooms and 51 suites, and a restaurant bar and lounge. The spa offers a menu of body and beauty treatments, and massages, and the seventh-floor fitness center offers views of Paris rooftops from the cardio machines. The Art Deco- and Empire-inspired rooms are well-appointed, some with canopy beds and all with fresh flowers and serious Napoleonic art, yet exude coziness. Within walking distance of the Arc de Triomphe, the Champs-Elysées, and the Charles de Gaulle-Etoile metro station, which connects to lines 1, 2, and 6, and the RER, the location is good for getting around Paris. The La Defense business district is six metro stops away.

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.

Hotel Vice Versa

Hotel Vice Versa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Hotel Vice Versa is a 37-room concept hotel whose theme is the seven deadly sins, one per floor, with heaven in the lobby and hell (with steam room) in the basement. The creative, over-the-top decor is by lingerie designer Chantal Thomas. The hotel is fun, playful, and occasionally daring -- body-shaped chairs, skull motif spa floors -- but never takes itself too seriously. It's all tongue in cheek, and guests who can laugh and appreciate quirkiness will have a memorable stay. Those looking for for a design hotel that's a bit less extravagant could try Hotel Du Parc.

Hotel des Grands Hommes

Hotel des Grands Hommes Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Small, but cozy, common areas and 31 rooms make up this boutique property. The location of the hotel is ideal for tourists; It is located opposite the Pantheon, where a number of French historical figures are buried, and a short walk from two of the Latin Quarter and the Luxembourg Gardens. Rooms feature classic, upscale decor; picture floral wallpaper, gilded furniture, and cozy beds. Bathrooms are tiny Breakfast, the only meal served, gets mixed reviews. The hotel largely attracts couples who are willing to forgo numerous on-site amenities in favor of a great location and a romantic vibe.

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.

Mon Hotel

Mon Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This boutique hotel is a beacon of style on an otherwise quiet and nondescript street near L'Arc de Triomphe. The Mon Hotel pays homage to pop culture, with black and white photography of iconic celebrities like Marilyn Monroe lining the walls and funky chandeliers hanging from the lobby ceiling. There are only 36 rooms here, taking up six floors, and they're all just as stylish as the lobby, with crisp white linens and modern amenities such as flat-screen TVs and iPod docks. Higher tier rooms have more amenities, including balconies/terraces (some with seating) and Nespresso machines. The Mon Restaurant/Bar is multi-use and serves breakfast buffet in the morning, and small plates during the day. In the evening, candles are lit and lounge music plays to silent black-and-white films on a giant screen -- a cool vibe for a pre- or post-dinner cocktail. Quieter guests need not worry --the joint closes at midnight, so there's no late-night party scene. The hotel also has a spa, Turkish bath, and small fitness center.

Hotel Apostrophe Rive Gauche

Hotel Apostrophe Rive Gauche Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Located on the Left Bank and just a hop, skip, and a jump to Luxembourg Gardens, this boutique hotel has 16 artsy rooms that feature distinct themes -- like the "Musique" room, which has a hand-painted musical mural on the wall. It's not a place for conformists -- even the exterior facade is painted in a tree design, making it stand out among its more traditional neighbors. The rooms are very modern, with iPod docks, CD/DVD players, flat-screen TVs, and free Wi-Fi. Bathrooms meld into the rooms (with separate water closets) and come with powerful showers or whirlpool tubs. There's also a restaurant and bar here, but there are tons of other dining options just outside. All in all, it's a great choice for those looking for something different but central -- though travelers looking for a true Parisian experience won't find it here.

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What's Your Style?

  • Boutique
  • Luxury
  • Romantic
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Locations

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

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