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Centred on arrondissement 1, the Louvre itself is of course the major landmark. One of the most expensive areas to stay in Paris, though there still are simple 2 star hotels available.See The Louvre hotels
Very central area with attractions in walking distance, noted for its cabarets, nightlife and the main department stores of Paris. It's also where you find some of the most exclusive hotels.See Opera Garnier hotels
For the privilege of staying along or very close to the Champs-Elysees you pay a hefty premium. Prices come down fast as you go north west past the Arc de Triomphe with mid-range options worthy of consideration.See Champs-Elysees hotels
The attraction of the Grands Boulevards area for visitors is that it is very central, yet hotel prices are definitely a big step down from the options just a short distance away around the Louvre and Opera Garnier.See Grands Boulevards hotels
Very popular area on the Left Bank covering a large area with great variety, including St Germain, Pantheon, Luxembourg Gardens, Botanical Gardens and Rue Mouffetard, famous for its street market.See the Latin Quarter hotels
Hotels near the Eiffel Tower are spread over a wide area. No hotel is literally on the doorstep of the Eiffel Tower. Also worth noting, the Eiffel Tower itself is not in the centre of Paris.See Eiffel Tower hotels
Convenient location to stay for those travelling into Paris by train from Northern Europe. One of the most keenly priced districts of Paris to find accommodation in.See Gare du Nord hotels
Hotels here are wide ranging and plentiful, including several hotels directly opposite the forecourt of the station in Paris with plenty of restaurants in the immediate vicinity of the station.See Gare de l'Est hotels
A good choice between local independent hotels and global chains all competitively priced in the immediate streets surrounding the train station.See Gare de Lyon hotels
Business district to the west of Paris centre. The big attraction is very attractive prices on quite decent hotels at weekends and holidays (August) when the businessmen are away.
Dominated by the Montparnasse Tower with the railway station underneath. For 'value seekers' looking for sensibly priced hotels Montparnasse has its attractions. Convenient for Orly Airport.See Montparnasse hotels
East of Paris city centre, beyond the Marais district, a lively area with lots of cheap restaurants, bars, convenience stores and supermarkets, offering great value.See Republique hotels
Cheap accommodation in both chain hotels and independent Parisian hotels in all of the hotel districts of Paris with tips on finding the best location in Paris.
Accommodation suitable for the leisure visitor found throughout Paris. The majority of hotels are categorised as 3 stars, but in France star ratings mean you'll get the odd 4 star too.
Large international chain hotels perhaps dominate both in the very top of the range hotels around the Champs-Elysees to the more affordable options aimed at business people, but there are exceptions.
A good range of studio, one and two bedroom apartments are available for short-term letting of a day or more. Spread thinly across Paris with many aparthotels too. All are fully furnished.
From private room hire in a property to the hire of entire flats or houses, Airbnb offers something for every need and budget, connecting hosts and travellers.
The cheapest mostly dormitory style accommodation aimed at the young and young at heart. A wide range of hostels are available. Most have kitchen for use by residents, bars, luggage storage etc.
If you are a family or a small group it is possible to get larger rooms in most sectors. Choice is largest in the budget hotels, but we detail rooms for up to six people in all sectors.
Single travellers sometimes have no choice but to pay the same price as a double/twin room. We have a separate page highlighting options across all hotel grades with rooms for one person.