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Where to Stay in Paris – Hotels for Every Budget

One of the things that makes Paris so special is the variety of neighborhoods (known as arrondissements) you can explore. Each arrondissement (there are 20) houses its own share of tourist sights and its own personality.

There are so many options of where to stay in Paris, it can certainly be overwhelming trying to decide not only what area to stay in, but also what accommodation to book. I would definitely give some consideration to the neighborhood you choose to stay in as you’ll want to be based close to the sights you want to visit. My personal favorite neighborhoods to stay in are St. Germain and the Marais, but there are amazing options all over the city.

Below I’ve provided a list of hotel recommendations. I obviously haven’t stayed in all of these locations, but I have only included recommendations from people with similar travel tastes to my own and all of you! I also want to point out that with the availability of Airbnb, One Fine Stay, and Paris Perfect – there are a lot of options to stay in someone’s home and pretend to be a Parisian for a week if that sounds enticing to you!




Paris Hotels

Budget-Friendly ($100 – 200)

Just because you’re on a budget, doesn’t mean you can’t love your hotel. Keep in mind that most budget hotels are going to have very tiny rooms.

Moderately Priced Boutique ($200 – 400)

If you’re looking for a small, unique, and charming hotel to call home for a few days.

Familiar Hotel Brands ($300 – 400)

Looking for comfort, familiarity, and a little luxury without the extreme price tag.

Splurge ($500 and up)

If your budget has no limits, or you’re on a once in a lifetime vacation.





Do you have any favorite hotels or places to stay? Please leave your recommendations in the comments below!

Happy Travels!

xo, Jenny

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10 Comments

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    Allegra Ghiloni
    June 25, 2018 at 6:02 am

    I love Paris and I always try and stay in a new part of the city each time I visit to see somewhere new. I will check out these options for my next trip! Thanks so much for sharing!

    Allegra xx

    The Stylish Traveler
    http://www.thestylishtraveler.co.uk

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    Taste of France
    June 26, 2018 at 7:27 am

    Hotel des Grandes Ecoles in the 5th is wonderful. Not expensive! I’ve gone there for 15 years, and it’s also in the book by Inès de la Fressange.

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    Izzy K
    June 26, 2018 at 10:33 am

    Love the variety of places to stay in Paris, it’s so cool to see different parts of the beautiful city 🙂

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    Amy Harris
    August 2, 2018 at 4:44 pm

    Hi, this is a great blog post! It’s a shame I didn’t come across it a few months ago as it would have helped me a lot. I recently came back from a week in Paris and it was incredible 🙂 We stayed at an Ibis south of the city in the 15 Arrondissements near the Metro stop Porte de Vanves and it was a great price and the located was perfect for our stay! If you are interested or have some free time check out my blog post about our Paris trip: http://fleurdubelle.blogspot.com/2018/08/our-week-in-paris-photo-diary-part-one.html

    Amy xx | fleurdubelle.blogspot.com

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    Nicole Conner
    August 20, 2018 at 3:22 pm

    Thank you I just booked villa Beaumarchais based on your recommendation! My mom and I are traveling to France for her 60th birthday!

    • Reply
      Jenny Dolphin
      August 20, 2018 at 3:31 pm

      Hi Nicole! Yay! What a wonderful way to celebrate your Mom’s 60th birthday!! xoxo

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