The 20 Best Paris Hotels at Every Price Point (from $22 to $1,500 a Night)
Paris is a bucket-list destination for many travelers, but it can be an expensive trip between the flights, the meals and the many, many croissants. Luckily, even if you’re on a tight budget, there are plenty of cool, well-situated hotels in the French capital, all of which will help immerse you into the Paris culture. Whether you want a chic boutique hotel in a cool neighborhood or a luxury property right in the center of everything, there’s a hotel for every kind of visitor. If you do have the budget to splurge, well, there are some amazing possibilities for your stay. And don’t worry, they all either have croissants or are located in the proximity of croissants.
Note: The starting nightly rates were based on time of publication.
1. Les Piaules
Staying in a hostel doesn’t have to mean compromising on your travel ideals. Les Piaules, a chic hostel in Belleville that offers both dorms and private bedrooms, is a good option for anyone on a strict budget who still wants the feeling of a boutique hotel. There’s a bar and restaurant onsite, although the area boasts a lot of good dining spots, and the rooftop terrace is a great spot for a cocktail. If you want some privacy, book into “The Cosy One,” a private room with its own bathroom and coffee machine, although the shared dorms are notably well conceived, with built-in power outlets and reading lights in each bunk.
Starting rate: $22 (for a shared room)
2. Hotel Panache
There’s a vintage vibe to the decor in Hotel Panache, but the trendy boutique hotel feels comfortable rather than overtly cool. The hotel, which was inspired by the Flatiron Building in New York, has several types of available rooms, including triples and family rooms, and each is well-appointed with a minibar and free Wi-Fi (as well as air conditioning, which is a must in the summer in Paris). There’s also an honesty bar, a library and a restaurant, although the surrounding neighborhood has everything you’ll need. Check the website for special offers when booking, as they’ll often give you a discount for booking direct.
Starting rate: $96
3. Hotel Henriette
Boutique property Hotel Henriette is all about cool design and intimacy. The hotel, located near the Latin Quarter on the Left Bank, has a courtyard garden, a lounge filled with books and a concierge service to help with restaurant reservations and excursions. Breakfast is available for an extra fee and the hotel is notably family-friendly, with family rooms and cribs available. The rooms come in a variety of sizes (and for a variety of prices) and all have different decor. Opt for a Junior Suite if you want to splurge—the extra space, which includes a writing desk and sitting area, is worth it if you are spending a few days in Paris.
Starting rate: $99
4. Mama Shelter
Mama Shelter is the original Paris hipster hotel, featuring achingly cool decor from Philippe Starck and affordable room rates. Located near the famous Père Lachaise Cemetery, the hotel is well situated for exploring trendy areas like the Marais and Oberkampf and there’s even a rooftop bar for warm weather. The rooms can be quite small (opt for a “Large Mama” if space is a concern), but everything is well thought out, with free Wi-Fi, Skype and Apple TVs at the ready. A second location, Mama Shelter West, will open in the fall featuring a slightly different vibe.
Starting rate: $110
5. Hôtel Amour
Hôtel Amour is one of Paris’ OG boutique hotels. Located in the 9th arrondissement near Pigalle, the property (which is undergoing a renovation until the end of August) is eclectic, with quirky and unique rooms. Each has a slightly different vibe, including one with a disco-covered ceiling, and the Duplex suite is a fun splurge. The Amour Restaurant serves three meals a day, as well as weekend brunch, and includes tables in a garden courtyard filled with greenery. Nearby, there are several cool bars, like Dirty Dick, and a lot of good restaurants (look for Buvette Paris a block away). The hotel’s sister, Grand Hôtel Amour, in the 10th, is also a good bet.
Starting rate: $112
6. The Hoxton Paris
The Hoxton, with hotels in London, New York, Amsterdam and more, has become synonymous with effortless cool. The Paris edition, with its ideal central location in the 2nd arrondissement, stays in line with this vibe, featuring buzzing common spaces and thoughtful rooms with nice amenities like free bottled water. Even the smallest guest rooms don’t feel too compact, especially if you can get one with a courtyard view, and a light breakfast gets delivered to your door in a bag every morning (for free). Look for special weekly events like DJ sessions, mixology classes and yoga.
Starting rate: $144
7. Hôtel Original
No two rooms are alike in Hôtel Original, a quirky boutique hotel near the Bastille. It’s great for groups of friends or families since the hotel, designed by Stella Cadente, offers triple and double rooms (all with whimsical themes and decor), and solo travelers can bunk up in single rooms for a lower rate. It’s low-key, with only breakfast offered for an additional fee, but the area is ideal for those who want to explore the restaurants and cocktail bars of the Marais (look for a nearby hidden bar called Little Red Door). The staff is friendly and helpful, so ask for tips or recommendations, and check for special offers online when booking.
Starting rate: $145
8. Le Citizen Hotel
Head north along Canal Saint-Martin to find Le Citizen Hotel, a hipster spot with a restaurant that often hosts pop-up eateries throughout the year. The 12 rooms, although slightly compact, overlook the canal, a benefit that shouldn’t be underestimated in a city hotel. There’s also a family suite with two separate bedrooms, perfect for those traveling with kids (or a group of friends). Breakfast is included in the rate, or you can stroll over to iconic nearby bakery Du Pain et des Idées. The neighborhood itself is especially good—close enough to more central areas like the Marais but far enough from the tourist crowds that you feel like you’re discovering something new.
Starting rate: $155
9. Hidden Hotel
The charm of Hidden Hotel is in the name. The small hotel is nestled in the center of things near the Arc de Triomphe, but out of the way enough to feel like it’s off the beaten path. The guest rooms have names like “Emotion Room” and “Sensation Room,” and each features an ambient, relaxing vibe that offsets the busy streets outside. There’s also a bar, two breakfast areas and a smoking room for those who like a cigar after dinner (although the hotel itself is non-smoking). The location puts you walking distance from the bustling shops of the Champs-Élysées and even the Eiffel Tower, and you’re also not far from all the museums.
Starting rate: $178
10. Hôtel Monge
Situated in the heart of the Latin Quarter, Hôtel Monge is the sort of charming hotel that will make you want to spend all day in your room. Its 30 guest rooms are built into a former family home, so there’s a real sense of intimacy, and the decor is colorful and welcoming. The hotel also features a tea salon, an honesty bar and daily breakfast, but it’s the wellness offerings that really seal the deal. Book a visit to the hammam, which is complimentary for guests, or splurge on a massage. Be sure to take a walk over to the nearby Jardin du Luxembourg, one of Paris’s best green spaces, during your stay.
Starting rate: $223
11. Hôtel Fabric
Nestled on a side street in the 11th arrondissement, Hôtel Fabric (a sister property to Hôtel Monge) has a Brooklyn vibe, particularly in the welcoming lobby, which features an honesty bar in the evenings. The rooms are contemporary and sleek, with rain showers and L'Occitane en Provence products (very important). The overall amenities are particularly strong for a small Paris hotel: The property also has a small fitness room, a hammam, which guests can book for free, and complimentary tea and coffee in the lobby daily. It’s walking distance from several great neighborhoods, including the Marais and Belleville.
Starting rate: $223
12. 25hours Hotel Terminus Nord
There have not traditionally been many good hotels near Gare du Nord, Paris’s bustling train station, which is home of the Eurostar. Luckily 25hours Hotel Terminus Nord recently changed that, giving the area a much-needed cool kid hotel. Designed to capture the vibe of the 10th arrondissement, the property has brightly colored rooms with amenities like Bluetooth speakers and smart TVs. There are also bicycles available for rent to help get around town. The hotel’s restaurant, NENI, serves up eclectic dishes inspired by Middle Eastern and French cuisine, or you can head to the in-house bar, called Sape Bar, for an evening cocktail. While in the area, book into Marrow for dinner—the up-and-coming eatery is well worth a visit.
Starting rate: $227
13. Hôtel Jules & Jim
The Marais is one of the most sought-after addresses in Paris, especially with younger travelers. You’ll find Hôtel Jules & Jim right in the center of the neighborhood’s action, although once you venture into the hotel’s friendly courtyard there’s a real sense of calm. There are 23 rooms spread across two houses that surround the courtyard, most of which are small but very nice. Try to score the tiny Sous Les Toits room, which overlooks Montmartre and Sacré Cœur from the eighth floor of the hotel. There’s also a great bar, open every evening, and a breakfast buffet available for an additional charge. Be sure to fully explore the Marais, from cocktail bars like Little Red Door to restaurants like Le Mary Celeste.
Starting rate: $250
14. Hôtel Particulier Montmartre
Film buffs will be familiar with Montmartre from Amélie, which celebrated the vibrant neighborhood near the Sacré Cœur. Hôtel Particulier Montmartre, a small hotel with only five suites set in a 19th-century mansion, is a great place to use as a base to explore the area more fully. It’s very artsy and each suite has its own design, which includes unique artwork throughout. The Grand Salon serves breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner, and opens on the weekends for brunch. The best part is the massive walled garden, where you can grab a bite to eat or sip on a cocktail. It’s a favorite with celebrities visiting Paris, but the non-famous will also find the hotel ideal for their stay.
Starting rate: $322
15. Les Bains Paris
A hotel, a nightclub, a spa: Les Bains has it all. The 39 rooms, which range from small “Classic” rooms to large suites, are comfortable, with contemporary, tasteful decor and nice amenities like Marshall Bluetooth speakers and Le Labo toiletries. Guests have access to a vitality pool and steam room in the wellness center, and the Salon Chinois lounge, which has a wood-burning fireplace, is the best spot to cuddle up with a drink. There is also a restaurant and bar, as well as frequent events, from live music to talks to yoga (check the website before booking to ensure you line up your day with a cool happening).
Starting rate: $334
16. Maison Souquet
Maison Souquet, a five-star hotel in the 9th arrondissement, feels excessively French. From the plush, romantic decor to the hidden spa, the hotel is totally indulgent, but far less expensive than some of the city’s bigger five-star properties. Select from a deluxe room, junior suite or two-bedroom suite, and enjoy Hermès toiletries, a private bar and smart TVs. The moody bar downstairs serves cocktails and light lunch and dinner options, and the hotel frequently offers special deals tailored to honeymoons and romantic getaways. Venture out to nearby Café des Deux Moulins, made famous in Amélie, or stroll through the narrow streets of Montmartre.
Starting rate: $390
17. Mandarin Oriental Paris
There’s a lot to like about the Mandarin Oriental Paris, from the central location to the lush courtyard to the serene indoor swimming pool. But the real draw is the rooms themselves, which are notably big by Paris standards. Book into a suite, if you have the budget, and be sure to stay on a Sunday, when casual dining spot Camélia puts on a memorable brunch in the courtyard. The hotel is also home to the Michelin-starred experimental restaurant Sur Mesure par Thierry Marx and the chic Bar 8, which includes several outdoor tables. Don’t miss the spa, one of the city’s largest hotel spas, and the expansive, like-new fitness center will help work off all those pastries you ate at brunch. Bonus: If you really want to indulge, reserve the new Parisian Apartment, which goes for a mere $35,750 per night.
Starting rate: $1,021
18. Hôtel de Crillon
Hôtel de Crillon, a Rosewood Hotel, is one of Paris’s best luxury properties. Located near the Champs-Élysées, the hotel dates back to 1909 and has an ornate historic feel (you can pretend you are some of kind of French queen). The rooms—and the bathrooms—are truly opulent and feature butler service as well as nightly turndown and in-room check in. There’s a pool and fitness center for guests who want to stay active, but the Sense spa is where you should find yourself after a busy day of sightseeing. There are plenty of places to eat and drink in the hotel, including fine dining spot L’Ecrin, but be sure to wander over to Ladurée Paris Royale for some particularly memorable macarons.
Starting rate: $1,225
19. Four Seasons Georges V
Just off the Champs-Élysées you’ll find Four Seasons Georges V, a high-end hotel that is ideal for travelers looking for something slightly more formal. Built in 1928, the hotel offers luxurious rooms and suites with amazing views, some of which overlook the Eiffel Tower. There’s also an indoor swimming pool, spa, fitness center and a lush courtyard where you can grab a coffee or try a glass of French wine. The restaurant game here is strong, with Le Cinq, Le George and L’Orangerie pulling in a total of five Michelin stars between them. There are also tons of amenities for kids, including complimentary games and coloring books, and custom family-friendly itineraries.
Starting rate: $1,335
20. The Peninsula Paris
The Peninsula Paris is bucket list-worthy, a luxury property with views of the Eiffel Tower and a wealth of amenities that make it worth the splurge. The five-star hotel boasts 200 rooms, 86 of which are suites, and there are several restaurants, including fancy French eatery L’Oiseau Blanc. The spa is ideal for relaxation, as is the fitness center and indoor swimming pool—if you can drag yourself out of the room. Although it’s pricey, the hotel’s website often features special deals, like a complimentary third night or spa vouchers. It’s the perfect pick for a special occasion, honeymoon or anniversary. Or simply because you want to treat yourself in the city of lights.
Starting rate: $1,504