Places to stay in France
The “City of Light” is famous for its charming streets, fabulous food and world-renowned attractions such as the Louvre Museum, Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe and Notre Dame Cathedral. Getting around the city is fast and efficient, allowing travelers to easily experience different districts and neighborhoods such as the Left Bank, Latin Quarter or Batignolles. Those who love boutique hotels without the high price tags will truly love staying in France. There are a number of centrally located, intimate properties with fabulous décor at affordable rates – however be aware that rooms in France tend to be much smaller than the average, and typically charge extra for breakfast.
Paris offers all kinds of accommodation, you can find anything you like: hotels, apartments, hostels and even a camping in the heart of the city centre. The different types vary in luxury. There are lots of luxurious hotels with splendid offers as your own sauna or a hot tub in your room. A good way to save some money is sleeping in a hotel just outside the city centre which you will reach easily by subway.
Hotel de La Porte Doree features elegant designs, beautiful woodwork, floral décor and is extremely family-friendly. Standard Double Rooms have Henri II-style antiques, fireplaces (in some), wood flooring and furnishings, comfortable beds with custom headboards and plush bedding, as well as amenities like soundproofing, oversized windows and private baths with organic shampoos.
Located in a peaceful area in the south of Paris, the hotel was completely renovated in 2016 and offers dazzling accommodations near Parc des Expositions at Porte de Versailles. A breakfast buffet is available for a surcharge and is served in the dining area and lovely outdoor terrace, or there are several delightful restaurants within walking distance.
A beautiful winding stairwell or glass-enclosed elevator leads to the 31 rooms that are bright and modern, with hardwood floors, unique light fixtures and artistic touches that are a throwback to the 19th century. Amenities include private bathrooms with glass-enclosed rainfall showers, premium bath products, free WiFi and adjustable air conditioning.