- Read MoreThis ornate hotel boasts one of the best addresses in the City of Light: it's just north of the Musée du Louvre and adjacent to Le Palais Royal. A smaller hotel with just 68 rooms and suites, the Grand Hôtel du Palais Royal occupies a centuries-old building and receives praise from guests for its ideal location, accommodating employees and more affordable room rates compared to other nearby five-star properties. Accommodations feature showers or bathtubs (some are equipped with both), complimentary Wi-Fi access and 24-hour room service, and select rooms and suites include private balconies with Eiffel Tower, Louvre or Montmartre vistas. This property also houses a bar and restaurant and offers plenty in the way of relaxation, with an on-site fitness room, spa and Turkish hammam. Recent travelers were impressed by the attention to detail at this property, from fresh in-room flowers to tailored restaurant recommendations from the concierge and front desk employees.5.0-star Hotel Class
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The AccorHotels-affiliated Maison Souquet features traditional belle epoque decor dreamed up by famed French interior designer Jacques Garcia, who designed or refurbished parts of iconic buildings like the Musée du Louvre and Versailles Palace. All of the property's 20 guest rooms and suites are named after former members of various royal courts and showcase period-inspired details like rich color schemes and silk headboards. Standard rooms only offer 172 to 194 square feet of space but have smart TVs, Hermès toiletries and minibars. Suites, meanwhile, come with private entrances and more square footage. Outside the accommodations, lodgers have access to a bar and a spa with an indoor swimming pool and a Turkish hammam. When it's time for a meal, the on-site restaurant serves French-inspired dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Overall, recent guests enjoyed their stays here, citing the "fantastic" staff, "excellent" cocktails and "sumptuous" room decor as highlights. Other pluses include the delectable breakfasts and its location in Paris' ninth arrondissement, a culturally rich neighborhood that's home to many of the city's theaters, including the Palais Garnier. Note: This property participates in Le Club AccorHotels loyalty program, but members can only earn points while staying here.
- Read MoreA member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World, this Parisian getaway in the 6th arrondissement (district) leaves travelers smitten. From the green gardens that accent the Relais Christine's outdoor entryway to the charming decor that differs from room to room on the interior, this hotel's diverse and unique style impresses travelers from around the world. Guests praise the hotel's convenient location, just a short walk (or ride by one of the hotel's complimentary bicycles) to the Musée d'Orsay, the Latin Quarter and the Seine River. After a long day of exploring this bustling city, guests can unwind at the hotel's Spa Guerlain; it offers a Jacuzzi, a sauna, an exercise room and a variety of spa treatments for both individuals and couples. A stay at Relais Christine costs a pretty penny, but visitors say the hotel's honesty bar (an unattended lobby bar), 24-hour room service, spacious rooms and breakfast spread make the price worthwhile. Thanks to the property's brand ties, members of the INVITED rewards program can earn and use reward nights here.
- Read MoreLe Pavillon de la Reine offers an oasis in Paris' oldest district, Le Marais. Guests admire the hotel's enchanting exterior, which sports ivy-covered walls and lush gardens. Still, past travelers were most enchanted by the property's surrounding streets, home to world-renowned shopping, dining and nightlife. Inside the hotel, courteous staff members greet guests, who then head to one of 56 diverse rooms and suites. The accommodations all include complimentary Wi-Fi access, flat-screen TVs and minibars. Not all the relaxing needs to take place in your room though, as many past travelers say that a trip to Le Pavillon de la Reine would be incomplete without a visit to the spa. The hotel also offers a conference and meeting room, and the on-site Restaurant Anne provides an ideal lunch or dinner break. For breakfast, travelers recommend skipping the hotel's pricey buffet and exploring the neighborhood to find something to eat at one of the authentic Parisian bakeries. As a part of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World, members of the INVITED rewards program can earn and redeem points here.
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