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Paris Hotels: From Airbnb to Hidden Gems

By Mitti Hicks

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Paris is one of the most romantic places in the world and it’s often one of the most popular destinations among tourists. With more than 40 million visitors each year, here are some hidden hotel and Airbnb gems that will allow you to have an authentic experience in this cultural hub:

 

 

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city life in Paris at Hotel Adele & Jules

This charming boutique hotel lies within walking distance from the Opera Garnier, the main Parisian theatres (Le Grand Rex, Folies Bergères, Le Palace, Casino de Paris, La Cigale, etc.) and the major department stores. Despite its proximity, it’s located on a private alley: the Cité Rougemont.

 

Explore the off-beaten art path at Hôtel Mayet

Situated on a quiet street in the Saint Germain des Prés district, this charming three-star boutique hotel offers modern design and a friendly atmosphere.

 

A glimpse of the Eiffel Tower in this charming loft


The Eiffel Tower is iconic so this is where you want to stay to begin and end your day with a glimpse of the Tower.

 

Modern travelers looking for classic-Parisian style should consider Hôtel de la Paix

Located in the 15th arrondissement of Paris, Hôtel de la Paix gives visitors a taste of Parisian class and elegance.

 

Find exclusivity in The Relais Christine

The Relais Christine is a secluded, boutique hotel that’s conveniently close to museums, restaurants, and cafes.

PHOTO| The Relais Christine

 

Travelers ready to get the ball rolling in Paris should book with Hôtel de Bellevue Paris Gare du Nord

The hotel is located close to Metro station La Chapelle, which offers a direct Metro service to the Moulin Rouge, the Arc de Triomphe and Les Docks de Paris Event Venue.

 

Keep it traditional in La Maison Gobert

La Maison Gobert is a traditional Parisian townhouse and offers B&B accommodations and features a terrace and views of the garden.

 

Choose Your Castle at Chambre D’hôte du Château

You can tailor your stay at Chambre D’hôte du Château based on your interests. Just pick your activity and various castle options will pop-up for you to choose.

 

Cozy apartment on one of Paris’ most famous streets

This studio located in Rue des Rosiers, one of the most famous streets in Le Marais.

PHOTO| Airbnb

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