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Key-Areas, Hotels & Places to Visit in Paris

Vianca Meyer

The City of Lights and Love is one of the most visited cities in the world. And what attracts millions to come here every year?

Iconic landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Museum, Notre Dame, Arc de Triomphe and SacréCœur Basilica are on the top of many travellers’ bucket list when visiting Paris but there are many other things to blame for the city’s popularity: culture is one of them, along with the charming, manicured boulevards, trendy galleries, grand palaces and world-known gastronomy.

 

For those who feel it’s their turn to visit Paris or those who have been enchanted by it and wish to return, here is some valuable information including the best neighbourhoods, hotels and places to visit.

Key-Areas in Paris

Daniele D'Andreti

1st & 2nd Arrondissements: The Louvre, Palais-Royal, Les Halles, Tuileries

Although some of the smallest and oldest of arrondissements in Paris, the 1st and 2nd districts continue to be the most visited in Paris. Located on the right bank of the Seine River, these first arrondissements have played home to the Blue-Bloods of France for centuries and the amount of opulence that can be found in and around these districts can be quite overwhelming – in the best possible way!

 

The 1st arrondissement provides a very touristy, metropolitan atmosphere, offering world-class shopping experiences, stunning gardens (for instance the Tuileries Gardens) to visit and a wide range of fascinating museums and galleries to tour (more particularly The Louvre and Musée de l’Orangerie). It is in the Les Halles neighbourhood that you will find up-and-coming, trendy cocktail bars and chef’s Brasserie to indulge in, while the royal heart of Paris will sweep you off your feet completely with its modern and historic clash.

 

The 2nd arrondissement does lay claim as being the smallest of its kind in Paris and is, perhaps, just a little underrated amongst tourists. It is the least populated district in Paris and ⅔ of the area is taken up by the mighty Louvre art gallery and Jardin des Tuileries. Most travellers tend to congregate on the bustling street of Rue Saint-Honoré, which homes both the popular Palais-Royal and Rue Cambon (an incredible shopping district featuring luxury brands like Chanel). Rue Saint-Honoré is certainly the shining star in the 2nd arrondissement and is situated just between Saint-Roch (and artistic Parisian parish) and the famous Polish Church on Place Maurice Barrès. There are tons of jewellery and fashion boutiques situated here and upscale accommodations that run along the south-east towards the Louvre come aplenty. One of the most highly regarded landmarks in the 2nd arrondissement is without a doubt the abandoned Palace of Versailles which was once the Royal Residence of Louis XIV, where travellers can discover the rich history hidden within its walls.

 

Additional points of interest in the 1st and 2nd arrondissements are Rue de Rivoli (an iconic shopping street), Rue Montorgueil (a market street full of many cafés and shops), RER and Metro transit hub, Pont Des Arts (the “love locks bridge”), Jardin du Palais Royale, Place des Victoires and Place Vendôme.

Where to Stay

Hotels in 1st & 2nd Arrondissements

Le Meurice-Dorchester Collection

This hotel offers next-level luxury and is one of the most popular 5-star hotels in Paris. This may be partly to do with the fact that the late Salvador Dalí used to check into the hotel whenever he visited this dazzling city, but despite that, the excellent location, fantastic services and jaw-dropping interiors and views continue to drive crowds to the Le Meurice hotel’s doorstep. The 2-Michelin Star awarded “Le Dalí” sumptuous restaurant, designed by Philippe Starck himself serves mouth-watering, gourmet French cuisines and their breakfasts are known to be particularly toothsome! Moreover, the perks of booking into the Le Meurice is like none other. For your birthday, the staff sets up a special surprise with gifts of wine, French toast, candles and so much more. Surrounding the hotel, one will find acclaimed landmarks such as the Le Palais Royal, The Louvre Museum, the Jeu de Paume Museum and the Tuileries Garden (which is situated just opposite the hotel).

 

Ritz Paris

Feel like royalty when booking into the Ritz Paris hotel and experience the decadence that the socialites of 18th-century France perfected all those years ago. Sporting a selection of bars and restaurants within its walls, checking into the Ritz Paris is an adventure all on its own. What with the recent renovations made to the hotel, guests will adore the new and improved look and feel of the traditional/modern mix of decorations. Allow the breathtaking views across Paris and the elegant decór to sweep you off your feet while you enjoy exploring the renowned attractions in and around the 1st arrondissement. For instance, the Place de la Concorde, Orangerie Museum, Louvre Museum, Avenue des Champs-Elysées and Notre Dame Cathedral are all easy to navigate to from the hotel.

 

Le Burgundy Paris

Centrally located in Paris’ 1st arrondissement, this stately hotel can be found a mere 50 meters from Rue Saint-Honoré and its exuberant boutiques. Le Burgundy Paris offers elegant rooms and a luxury spa for guests to relax in after a long day filled with sight-seeing. The on-site restaurant, the Le Baudelaire, serves traditional French cuisines, while guests can enjoy delicious patisseries in the garden or a tasty cocktail in the flashy hotel bar. Some of the most popular attractions surrounding the Le Burgundy Paris hotel include the Louvre Museum, Avenue des Champs-Elysées, Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame Cathedral and the Eiffel Tower.

 

Grand Hôtel Du Palais Royal

The charming, 18th-century historic outer structure of the Grand Hôtel Du Palais Royal hotel (1st arrondissement) copes well with the gorgeous, modernised French decór that resides within. Featuring a rooftop terrace overlooking the sparkling lights of Paris, guests can enjoy a much-deserved night-cap after a long day of discovering all Paris has to offer. Be surrounded by stunning works of art, unwind in the hotel’s spa and indulge in delicious, American-styled dining breakfast buffets. While choosing the Grand Hôtel Du Palais Royal hotel as your base, be sure to check out the Louvre Museum and Tuileries Gardens which are both just a stone’s throw away. Other nearby attractions include Place Vendôme, Palais-Royal and Le Centre Pompidou.

 

Park Hyatt Paris Vendome

The Park Hyatt Paris Vendome (2nd arrondissement) hotel drips with old-school and almost surreal luxury where guests can easily find themselves mesmerised by the awesome decór and striking designs. With just a 2-minute walk from the acclaimed Opera Garnier and Olympia Theatres, and floor-to-ceiling windows offering gorgeous views across their very own courtyard and Paris, guests will be absolutely spoilt for choice when choosing the Park Hyatt Paris Vendôme hotel as their base. Le Pur’, the hotel’s award-winning gastronomic restaurant offers an open kitchen and tantalizing cuisines to tickle your tastebuds from dusk till dawn. Other nearby attractions include the Jeu de Paume, the Louvre Museum – and if you feel like venturing a little further, the fascinating Picasso National Museum can be reached by car or taxi within mere minutes.

Matthieu Oger

3rd & 4th Arrondissements: Beaubourg, Place Des Vosges, Le Marais

If you’re looking for districts brimming with historic landmarks and artistic atmospheres, the 3rd and 4th arrondissements are probably your best match.

 

The 3rd district of Paris (situated on the right bank quartier) features an abundance of creative and on-trend neighbourhoods scattered with bustling bars and diverse dining options. Additionally, it is one of the first areas where gallery owners set up shop. Architects and major corporate agencies moved further north of the Marais district to create a totally haut area where travellers will find a variety of upscale, modernised real estate concepts and fascinating buildings. It is an area lesser explored by hordes of tourists, making it all the more alluring for those wanting to explore in peace. It is here where globetrotters will find some of the most fashionable shopping experiences, chic coffee shops and the reconstructed Centre Pompidou, which saved this little corner of Paris in 1977. Some of the top points of interest in the 3rd arrondissement include a multitude of art galleries (some hidden in courtyards and behind regal doors), such as the Galerie Lazarew, Galerie Perrotin and the French crafts concept store,  EMPREINTES.

 

When wandering further south, towards the 4th arrondissement (the third smallest district in Paris), fashionistas will find some wonderful shopping experiences from Rue des Francs Bourgeois to Place des Vosges (outlets stay open on Sundays), while nature lovers can indulge in the picturesque scenery along the right bank of the Seine River. Some of the most beautiful hidden-gems found in the 4th arrondissement would have to be the historic, half-timbered houses, which can be found in Rue François Miron and Rue du Grenier-Saint-Lazare near Hôtel de Ville (City Hall). Points of interest within the 4th district include the Flower Market, named after Queen Elizabeth II (Île de la Cité), Square Jean XXII, the Square of Île de France and the City-Hall of Paris.

Where to Stay

Hotel in 3rd Arrondissement

Le Pavillon de la Reine & Spa

Aside from being a marvellous stay for those in search of ultimate modern luxury, this hotels’ prime location directly at the Place des Vosges and to all the surrounding hot-spots are hard to beat. Situated in the 3rd arrondissement, this hotel features everything from intricate interiors and elegant dining, to free parking at the Louvre Museum and gorgeously landscaped courtyards – not to mention free access to the spa and fitness centre! When it comes to dining and service, guests can expect complimentary champagne delivered to their bedrooms on special occasions and world-class dishes that are sure to have your mouth watering. Surrounding the hotel, travellers can enjoy walks to the nearby landmarks of Place des Vosges, Chemin Vert Metro Station, Carnavalet Museum and the Saint Paul Museum.

Robin Benzrihem

5th & 6th Arrondissements: Saint-Germain-Des-Pres, Luxembourg, Quartier Latin

It is no secret that both the 5th and 6th arrondissements are the thriving epicentres for everything literary and chic.

 

Moving on over to the left bank of the Seine River (directly under the 4th arrondissement), the 5th arrondissement has been mostly taken up by the Quartier Latin, or better known as the “Latin Quarter”. It is one of the oldest districts in Paris and visits to the Old Roman City are sure to raise more than a few hairs and shows off the fascinating history from which this part of Paris once stemmed. History buffs will adore moments spent regarding the ancient Roman baths (Les Thermes de Lutèce), and the amphitheatre which is known as the Arènes de Lutèce today. It is also the home of the Sorbonne University, which was founded in 1257 and if the historic atmosphere isn’t enough to woo you, allow the quaint cobblestoned streets that served as weapons during the demonstrations in May 1968  to transport you back in time. Some of the major points of interest found in the 5th arrondissement are that of the Arènes de Lutèce (Lutetia ‘s Roman amphitheatre), The Panthéon of Paris and Foucault pendulum (found inside The Panthéon), Grande Galerie de l’Évolution, Institut du Monde Arabe and the Musée de Cluny (Museum of Middle Ages).

 

Similarly situated on the left back of the Seine River, located within the very soul of Paris’ Rive Gauche, is the 6th arrondissement – the district that both locals and travellers regard as the quintessential Parisian neighbourhood. The streets are devastatingly charming, lined with everything from quaint and quirky outlets, patisseries, bakeries, wine shops and trendy cafés that add to the ever-growing coffee-obsession in the area. The shopping experiences found here vary vastly between vintage and designer, so for every Chanel, there’s a thrift store or two to grab a bargain at. It’s no secret that the 6th arrondissement is more of a tourist hot-spot, but who can blame them with all the delicious eateries, adorable bookstores, and fashionably luxurious atmospheres to indulge in? Although there are hordes of hidden gems to discover in the 6th district, Saint-Germain-des-Près Quartier and the fabulous Musée de Cluny (housed in a fabulous Gothic mansion and dedicated to the arts of the Middle Ages) are absolute must-sees.

Where to Stay

Hotels in 5th & 6th Arrondissements

Hôtel Henri IV Rive Gauche

Situated just a 20-minute walk away from the Notre Dame Cathedral, the ever so eloquent Hôtel Henri IV Rive Gauche in the 5th arrondissement is primely located and puts its guests smack-bang in the middle of the bustling streets of Saint-Michel and Saint-Germain, featuring a 17th-century look and feel that serves as a reminder of classic Parisian luxury. It is the perfect base for those interested in exploring the surrounding architecture, history and art, while nearby attractions include the Panthéon and the Ménagerie, le zoo du Jardin des Plantes.

 

Hôtel D’Aubusson

Finding itself in a 17th-century private mansion, the exuberant Hôtel D’Aubusson (6th arrondissement) features truly ornate designs and luxurious interiors. Its location is superb and what with the Odéon Metro Station situated just a 20-minute walk away, guests can enjoy all the sights surrounding this lavish hotel. Enjoy walks to the nearby Art Ludique-Le Musée, Fontaine Saint-Michel and Paris Mint, after which you can enjoy a lovely evening spent in the Hôtel D’Aubusson jazz bar or grab a meal at their tantalizing on-site restaurant.

Soroush Karimi

7th Arrondissement: Musée D’ Orsay, Invalides, Tour Eiffel

Fashion, elegance, regalness and utter tranquillity – these are all synonymous with the 7th arrondissement. The peaceful residential area takes pride in being one of the closest to the Eiffel Tower, while still offering visitors a taste of what an authentic day out in Paris feels like without all the hordes of tourists. Located on the left bank of Rive Gauche, the 7th arrondissement gives those who wander its streets two different perspectives – the Esplanade des Invalides and Champ de Mars, both lined with tree-dotted streets and opulent facades.

 

The nearby 15th district rubs ever so gently with that of the 7th, so travellers can still find quite a few on-trend eateries, bars, lovely boutiques and candle-lit bistros to pop into all while having a relaxing base just off the heart of Paris.

 

Of course, all that being said, there are many landmarks that draw the avid traveller to the delightful, village-like streets of the 7th arrondissement, such as the famous Musée d’ Orsay, National Assembly, The Champ de Mars Gardens and Musée Rodin just to name a few. Access to public transportation could not be easier in the 7th district either, offering two local metro stations ready to take you and your loved ones to some of the best sites this sparkling city has to offer, namely École Militaire Metro and Pont de l’Alma.

Where to Stay

Hotel in 7th Arrondissement

Le Narcisse Blanc, Paris

This is one of the finest stays for those wanting to be based within arms reach of most of the major landmarks in Paris. The rooms are decorated with modern, contemporary detail and although not all of them are large, the accommodations are still quite comfortable. The hotels’ own Cleo restaurant serves delicious lunches and dinners, while nearby attractions to the Le Narcisse Blanc, Paris hotel include Esplanade des Invalides, La Tour-Maubourg metro station, The Army Museum, Avenue des Champs-Elysées, the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe.

Rodrigo Kugnharski

8th Arrondissement: Faubourg, Saint-Honoré, Champs-Élysées, Madeleine, Monceau

The beautifully quilted neighbourhoods of the 8th arrondissement are enough to make any traveller fall in love and it is here where one will find an abundance of luxury labels, massive focus on financial and political powers, a marriage of 5-star accommodations and world-class dining experiences. Enjoy the many unusual museums and art galleries scattered throughout these areas and gawk at the cascading mansions that line the streets of the 8th district. If it is a one-of-a-kind shopping experience you’re interested in, simply head to the sophisticated Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré and Avenue Montaigne. From boulangeries, boucheries, food markets, luxury boutiques and shoe stores to the various landmarks of Place de la Concorde, Place de l’Alma (with its iconic bridge and golden flame), the Arc de Triomphe, Place des Ternes, Place de Clichy, and the church of La Madeleine, travellers will adore every moment spent in the 8th arrondissement!

Where to Stay

Hotels in 8th Arrondissement

Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris

Located on Georges V Avenue (primely in the Golden Triangle), this hotel puts its guests just minutes away from the renowned Champs-Elysées and features immaculate views over Paris from selected rooms. As one can expect from such an esteemed hotel, guests will be treated with world-class, Michelin Star awarded dining experiences, lavish spa treatments and next-level contemporary decór. Some of the hotel’s perks include competitive spa packages, an on-site boutique, 9 ballrooms and courtyard dining – while still being a popular wedding venue! With all there is to see and do around the hotel (such as visits to the nearby Palais Galliera, Musée d’Art Moderne, Avenue des Champs-Elysées, Arc de Triomphe and Eiffel Tower), visitors will adore resting their heads at The Four Seasons Hotel, George V Paris.

 

Hôtel Le Royal Monceau Raffles Paris

This characterful hotel was refurbished in recent years by the famous designer Philippe Starck. Since then, the hotel provides guests with full 5-star treatments and services, allowing them to relax in totally modern and creative accommodations. Stays in the Hôtel Le Royal Monceau Raffles Paris will have guests feeling as if they have just stepped into a work of art, while dining experiences range from full English breakfasts, Japanese cuisines, gourmet buffets and vegetarian options. Featuring close proximity some of the most popular landmarks such as the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Elysées, travellers can fill their schedules to the brim with things to do and see around the hotel. Additionally, this lavish stay includes a 99-seater in-house theatre, showcasing films every Sunday. 

 

Hotel Marignan Champs-Elysées

If it’s luxury you’re looking for in the 8th arrondissement, its luxury you will get – particularly at the posh Hotel Marignan Champs-Elysées. With opulent interiors and selected room balconies overlooking the magnificent cityscapes and Eiffel Tower, guests will feel totally at ease and comfortable in this top-tier accommodation. Indulge in the sprawling views and tantalizing dining options all while being within arms reach of Avenue des Champs-Élysée, Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower.

Lola Delabays

9th Arrondissement: Opera, Pigalle, Faubourgs & Poissonnière

Ah, how can one forget about the bohemian chic days of the 9th arrondissement in the 19th-century – where the Moulin Rouge was still in full swing and poets, dancers, singers and the like travelled from all over the world to showcase their talents and live a life of the wild and free? These days travellers can still find hits of the aforementioned scattered throughout the district, and the Moulin Rouge continues to host some of the most extravagant shows known to man. Albeit, a lot more chilled out these days, the 9th arrondissement is still a thriving hub for creatives and visitors can enjoy tours of the various theatres, opera houses, and department stores. Even though the rise of Pigalle came in the 19th-century, it continues to be one of the most artistic areas in the whole of Paris (and perhaps still a little scandalous) – that along with The Opera Garnier and Place Saint-Georges, of course!

 

When travelling to the south of Pigalle, between Rue La Rochefoucauld, Rue Saint-Lazare and Rue des Martyrs (which was known as the 9th century Nouvelle Athens), travellers will find the places of which the artistic elite of the 19th-century lived, such as Alexandre Dumas, George Sand and Frédéric Chopin. These days, their homes have been converted into highly popular museums and certainly ones to be checked out when in the vicinity. For shopping, make sure to head over to Galeries Lafayette (a Grand Magasin) for some truly unique pieces and don’t forget to stop along Musée de la Vie Romantique, Victor Hugo Riding Pegasus, Nouveau Musée du Parfum Fragonard and The Lost Sculptures of Notre Dame while you visit.

Where to Stay

Hotels in 9th Arrondissement

Maison Souquet

If you’re looking for a shabby chic, bohemian base, you may just find what you’re looking for at the classy Maison Souquet hotel. Found in the Montmartre District, Hôtel Maison Souquet is set in an exclusive Parisian townhouse and is decorated in a Belle Époque theme. Here, guests can sip on expertly made cocktails, wander through the winter garden and admire the beauty of the surrounding courtyards. The hair-raising Wall of Love is just a few minutes walk away, while additional close by attractions includes the Moulin Rouge Restaurant, Musée de la Vie romantique and the Marché Saint Pierre, a popular clothes market.

 

InterContinental Paris Le Grand

The charming French-vintage architecture of this hotel will never go out of style, and if you’re a traveller that enjoys the finer things in life, this is certainly the base for you. Regard the extravagant finishings, decór and ballrooms that encompass this impressive hotel, all while having each and every need met by a wonderful team of staff. Offering two world-class restaurants in its midst and close proximity to the Operá Garnier, Place Vêndome, along with various metro stations and shopping experiences (such as Rolex, Chanel and Cartier), guests will find their schedules stacked to the brim with things to do and see in the area.

Mike Yukhtenko

13th, 14th & 15th Arrondissements: Les Gobelins, Denfert-Rochereau, Montparnasse

The 13th, 14th and 15th arrondissements offer a lush, green and family-friendly atmosphere away from the bustle of Paris, while still being close enough to all the action.

 

The 13th arrondissement is a fantastic clash between high-rise buildings and classic French architecture that makes walking its pretty little lanes all the more interesting. It’s certainly no secret that the 13th arrondissement is a totally thriving, multicultural hub, particularly due to its large Chinatown that blossoms with an array of Asian groceries, produce and a combination of both upscale and affordable Chinese and Vietnamese eateries. Additionally, one of the shining gems in the 13th district is France’s main library, the Bibliothèque Nationale François Mitterrand, set within iconic book-shaped towers. Trendy bars, clubs and eateries come aplenty here and travellers will enjoy day-trips to various spots of the 13th arrondissement.

 

Due east, the 14th arrondissement runs over Montparnasse, a quaint shopping district that features streets lined with casual eateries and richly historic French bistros. Although the 14th has come a long way since the heavy bohemian 19th-century atmosphere, hints of its creative and wild spirit can still be found when lingering around the area. Here tourists can find the Montparnasse cemetery where the famous Sartre was buried and adventurous travellers can make their way through the daring underground tunnels and catacombs of Paris. A key landmark for those who are into the arts is the Foundation Henri Cartier-Bresson while small galleries can be found freckled throughout the district.

 

Situated just above the 14th arrondissement, one will find the eccentric residential neighbourhood of the 15th arrondissement. Here, the La Motte Grenelle metro station is ready to take you to all the major hot-spots of Paris and the area itself provides a ton of cool experiences for travellers interested in the modern architecture of the Montparnasse skyscraper, while art aficionados can enjoy The Musée Bourdelle where artists like Antoine Bourdelle and Chagall has featured their work. There are fantastic city views across the 15th district and visitors will enjoy the various green-spaces that were created here.

Where to Stay

Hotel in 13th Arrondissement

Best Western Plus La Demeure

There is something sweet and tranquil about the Best Western Plus La Demeure and although still a highly modern accommodation, guests can feel at ease when resting their heads here for a couple of nights. With main attractions such as the electrifying Rue Mouffetard just a stone’s throw away and The National Museum of History just around the corner, there is plenty for guests to do and see when choosing Best Western Plus La Demeure as their base. Enjoy the buffet breakfasts and sweeping views from selected rooms while visiting historic landmarks, Gothic cathedrals and multitudes of art galleries within the 13th arrondissement.

Francisco Mamani

18th, 19th & 20th Arrondissements: Montmartre, La Villette, Belleville, Menilmontant

The 18th, 19th and 20th arrondissements of Paris offers a gorgeous clash of old, nostalgic Paris and modernist atmospheres, so there is certainly something for each traveller here.

 

The 18th arrondissement is located around the beautiful hilltop of Montmartre (or rather “La Butte”), which used to be a thriving artists’ village that once homed names such as Picasso and Dali, and is also the district where the Sacré-Cœur basilica can be found. Think winding streets, soaring views and charming village-style architecture. Just below, one will find the booming Moulin Rouge and the lively clubs and bars of the Lamarck district where hipsters seem to have settled within the up and coming, trendy accommodations.

 

The 19th arrondissement gives a different take on Paris altogether, and families tend to be drawn to the picturesque beauty of the Canal de l’Ourcq with its waterfront promenade and bike lanes that lead to Parc de la Villette. In the park, one will find museums such as the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie as well as a wide open space for year-round outdoor concerts. Don’t get us wrong though, the 19th district may be known for its natural beauty, but there are still plenty of edgy bars and eateries for the youngsters to splash out in.

 

The chilled out vibe of the 20th arrondissement is sure to grab your attention, particularly if you head over to its former industrial-heartland. Here one will find a great mix of casual Chinese eateries and French bistros, along with a multitude of contemporary art galleries that seem to have sprouted out of nowhere! The street art is something to behold while the youth-culture takes the reign in the 20th arrondissement. Music venues, bars and clubs come aplenty in this booming district and the leafy Père Lachaise Cemetery draws crowds from all around the globe for two of its most famous residents – Oscar Wilde and Jimi Hendrix!

Where to Stay

Hotel in 18th Arrondissement

Mercure Paris Montmartre Sacré Coeur

Offering a fresh and comfortable accommodation this hotel provides somewhat of a sanctuary from the rushes of tourists heading to the nearby Moulin Rouge. Featuring sweeping views across Paris (and the Moulin Rouge) from selected rooms and absolutely delicious, traditional French cuisines, guests will enjoy spending their time here and enjoying the surrounding attractions. Plenty of metro stations are situated around the hotel, ready to take you everywhere from the Eiffel Tower to The Louvre Museum.

Close to Paris International, Charles de Gaulle Airport

There are some pretty remarkable hotels situated within close proximity to Charles de Gaulle Airport, so whether you’re staying for a few nights, checking in for a business meeting or if time isn’t exactly on your hands, you’re sure to still find some stellar stays while you jet-set.

Where to Stay

Hotels Close to Paris International, Charles de Gaulle Airport

For this, the best hotel options would be the citizenM Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport hotel, Pullman Paris Roissy Cdg Airport hotel or the Novotel Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport hotel.

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