16th and 17th Arrondissements (Bois de Boulogne) Hotels
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Shangri-La Hotel Paris

Shangri-La Hotel Paris Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Guests at the 101-room Shangri-La Hotel Paris receive the five-star treatment in this former palace, built by Napoleon for his grandnephew. Because of its meticulous restoration and attention to detail, Shangri-La feels like a boutique hotel, or a museum in which you can spend the night. Two Michelin-star restaurants and the unparalleled views of the Eiffel Tower from balconies -- and even from some guest room bathtubs -- mean Shangri-La truly lives up to its reputation as a top luxury stay.
Hotel Raphael

Hotel Raphael Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Raphael is a luxurious hotel situated in one of Paris's swankiest neighborhoods on a tree-lined avenue a block from the Arc de Triomphe. Classical Old World interiors are elegantly finished throughout, nowhere more so than the 83 extraordinarily spacious rooms and suites, complete with plush carpeting, antique wood furnishings, and airy white-porcelain bathrooms. Unparalleled views over Paris from the rooftop garden are a real delight, while eating and drinking options are world class -- though duly expensive. The decor might all be a bit over the top for some, and health facilities feel like an afterthought, though for guests whose wallets can take it, this is one of the finest places to stay in the French capital.
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.
Hidden Hotel

Hidden Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Hidden Hotel -- as its name suggests -- is tucked away on a quaint side street within walking distance to L'Arc de Triomphe and the Charles de Gualle metro station. The intimate hotel has only 23 rooms, and incorporates handmade craftsmanship and natural materials that give it a contemporary and Zen-like vibe. Room types come in different levels (some include balconies and terraces) and though small in size, are effortlessly chic. Beds -- dressed in organic cottons, of course -- are canopy style, and bathrooms have an open design with granite finishes and rainfall showerheads. Though breakfast has a fee, it is a healthy spread using local ingredients. In the evenings, the cozy bar is a great spot for pre-dinner drinks and appetizers, and during the day a barista serves up delicious cappuccino (and other coffee treats) in the chic setting.
Hotel Baltimore Paris

Hotel Baltimore Paris Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Situated in a stately 1892 townhouse that was converted into a luxury hotel in the 1920s, the upscale boutique Hotel Baltimore offers a charming Parisian experience with modern comforts. Outside, delicate flowers spill from wrought-iron window ledges, and inside, the lobby and hotel bar feature plush, velvet camelback seating. Each of the 103 rooms is nicely decorated in a classic modern style with simple furnishings swathed in neutral tones. Rooms are small, which is to be expected in a historic property, but the beds are large and comfortable with pillowy down comforters, and the bathrooms are clean and more spacious than at other Parisian hotels. Guests can make use of the fitness center, though it's extremely small. But perhaps the greatest perk of Hotel Baltimore is the on-site restaurant -- La Table du Baltimore, a Michelin-starred French bistro.
Saint James Paris

Saint James Paris Rating: 4.0 Pearls

With a sweeping private entrance surrounded by green lawns and an impressive fountain, the upscale Saint James is a rare find in Paris -- in fact, the 19th century manor is considered the only chateau-hotel in the city. It's fitting that the hotel is located in the wealthy 16th arrondissement (and yes, valet parking is included). The 48 rooms and suites are large by Paris standards, and decorated in plush luxurious fabrics. But the common areas are more impressive -- especially the black and white grand staircase on the main floor. The terrace is a beautiful spot for lunch on a nice summer day. And there's also a small fitness center, a spa, and a gourmet restaurant. The rates here are steep, but guests who want to experience luxury in Paris (and can afford it) should give the Saint James a look.
Splendid Etoile Hotel

Splendid Etoile Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Located just off Paris' renowned Etoile, home to the Arc de Triomphe, the intimate Splendid Etoile Hotel certainly has plenty going for it, from its historic Hausmannian architecture to its elegant restaurant and bar. Rooms, too, are well-finished, with cool contemporary furnishings, ample amenities, private Juliet balconies, and, from many, the hotel's pièce de résistance: views of the Arc de Triomphe and Eiffel Tower. Despite its prime location for business travelers near the Etoile and La Défense, the hotel is a bit far from many famous sights in the city center. Also, not unusually for Paris, there are no spa or health facilities. Rates aren't cheap, either -- top-end hotels like the nearby Mac Mahon can charge comparable prices -- though, if you snag a room with view of the Arc here, they might be worth it.
Hotel Home Paris 16

Hotel Home Paris 16 Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Hotel Home Paris 16 is a mid-range, 17-apartment property located in an upmarket, very residential district in west Paris. The location is great for those wanting to immerse themselves in residential, authentic Paris -- a next door boulangerie even provides freshly baked croissants. Apartments certainly feel dated, but are clean and comfortable with well-equipped kitchens and bathrooms. The single, tiny elevator doesn't serve all rooms and the location is far from the city's main attractions, though overall it's a great self-catering option away from the tourist hoards -- discounts for longer term are also a bonus.
Hotel Magellan

Hotel Magellan Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Hotel Magellan is a mid-range hotel set in a renovated 19th-century building in Paris's 17th arrondissement. The surrounding area is mostly residential, with plenty of shops and cafes; the city center is a 15-minute metro ride away, and the business areas around the Palais des Congrès and Porte de Champerret are within walking distance, as is the Arc de Triomphe. Most of the clean, basic rooms overlook the pleasant, peaceful garden, with its patio sitting area. Breakfast on the terrace and 24-hour room service are two main highlights -- and unusual for this level of hotel. Although the location is not ideal for exploring central Paris, rates are reasonable for the area and quality; nearby Champerret Elysees might be a cheaper option.

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Locations

  • 16th and 17th Arrondissements (Bois de Boulogne)
  • 10th Arrondissement (Canal St-Martin)
  • 11th and 12th Arrondissements (Place de la Bastille)
  • 13th Arrondissement
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Amenities

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