Sunday, December 2

Paris Hotels


We may be going Paris to this January and my head is spinning trying to find the perfect hotel room. I've been online all afternoon and evening searching the web. I can be exceeding picky when it comes to hotels and travel accommodations. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

All best,
Ronda

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hotel De Buci

Anne said...

Hôtel du Petit Moulin is great.

Habitually Chic said...

Defintely try the Hotel Lotti, http://www.hotel-lotti-paris.com.

ALL THE BEST said...

It's on the list Anne...thank you!

Thanks HC...I'll look at it right now!!

EMS said...

My favorite:
Hotel Abbaye Saint Germain

http://www.hotelabbayeparis.com/index.html

Eileen

Anonymous said...

Hôtel Duc de San Simon (http://www.hotelducdesaintsimon.com/fr/index.php), and if money is not your problem: Hotel Bristol (http://www.hotel-bristol.com/default.htm)

All Things Bright and Beautiful....Creative Flair Chic said...

Rhonda, I've just done a post recently on the Four Seasons, it's amazing - if you dont mind the price :-). PS beautiful shot of the Champs Elysee

linda said...

We stayed at the old InterContinental ( now called the Westin) right across from the Louvre last April- it was lovely!

ALL THE BEST said...

Thanks everyone!! If you have more suggestions keep them coming...

mamacita said...

Emily of EmilyStyle just got back from Paris. Her blog is one of my very favorites. You should check out her recommendations.

Marissa said...

Hotel Montalembert! Perfectly located in St. Germain and right next the amazing L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon.

Anonymous said...

If you are up for an apartment, try Paris Perfect or Chez Vous. I like to go to their web sites and look at their apartments just for the decor!

Kate F. said...

Are apartments ok? I just checked out of this one today:
http://www.parisaddress.com/paris-apartment-rental/accomodation-FRSA5.php
And it's only 114 euros/night and seriously amazing location-wise. You step out the door and see Notre Dame across the river at the end of the street. It's right in the heart of the 5eme, so tons of restaurants and bars, but it's a small side street. If your budget is a little bigger the same company, Paris Address, has loads of fancier places. This one was great (and quite good sized for the price) but it's definitely not the hotel experience--lots of keys to manage, and so forth. Still, I prefer the freedom of an apartment with more space!

I don't know your budget but we ate dinner at Le Comptoir de Yves Camdeborde (the brasserie menu; the prix fixe nights are booked through March). Fabulous meal and it's attached to a boutique hotel that looked so cool, Hotel Le Relais Saint Germain.
http://www.hotel-paris-relais-saint-germain.com/en/index.htm
(I didn't go inside the hotel though!)

ALL THE BEST said...

Thank you, thank you, thank you!!

Thank you Kate for all of the info!
xxoo

Alkemie said...

What a beautiful photo of Paris!

ALL THE BEST said...

I love this photo too Alkemie...found it on google...I don't know who took this picture, but it is beautiful!!!

Anonymous said...

Hotel Amour!

ttorricelli said...

The Hotel Britannique

http://www.hotel-britannique.com/English/Frameset.html

We stay there every time we are in Paris (actually just got back on Tuesday). It's in the 1st, a block off the Seine, pretty much in the middle of everything.
We always ask for a room on the 5th floor (#52 is the best)...each room on the street side has a balcony (with table and chairs) and you can see the top of the Eiffel Tower from the room. The staff is wonderful...check out the reviews and pictures on Trip Advisor.

There is a great little boulangerie around the corner where you can get a morning coffee and croissant...bring it back to the room and eat outside (bundled up in warm clothes it's not that bad and the view of the tower over the rooftops of Paris is inspiring on a sunny day).

enjoy!
tt