How do you decide where to stay in Paris? How do you even start the process of choosing a hotel? We know that it can seem a bit overwhelming, especially if you’re new to Paris or have never stayed in one of the city’s hotels. What should you expect?
Where to Stay in Paris
We often get e-mails and phone calls from readers and friends that start out like this: “I know that you’ve reviewed over 100 hotels in Paris. Just tell me, where should I stay?”
Well, of course, choosing the right hotel in Paris depends on many important factors. These include your desired neighborhood, your hotel budget, and what you’re looking for in a hotel.
We’re ready to tackle all of these issues... and more!
A hotel right near Notre Dame will be very central, but might cost a bit more.
EuroCheapo’s guide to finding the perfect hotel
In the articles below, we cover the basics of choosing a neighborhood and finding the right hotel for your trip.
A quick overview to help you understand the “hotel situation” in Paris.
Location, location, location. Choosing the right neighborhood is key. Here’s a list of considerations when choosing the neighborhood for your hotel.
What can you expect in a one-star, two-star, and three-star hotel in Paris... and how much should you expect to pay?
From breakfast to Wi-Fi, here are some more things to consider before booking.
Don’t feel like slogging through 110 reviews? Here are 10 of our favorite hotels in Paris.
Most popular hotels in Paris (by views)
Paris blog posts
- Paris: 10 reasons to visit Paris this summer
- Paris: Our “under the radar” list of the 12th arrondissement’s best budget hotels
- 10 money-saving tips for first-time visitors to Paris
- Only in Paris: A New Guide to the French Capital
- Paris: What makes a budget hotel special?
- Paris: 14 excellent budget hotels in the nearby suburbs
- Solo Travel in Paris: Simple tips for visiting Paris on your own
- Paris: 5 hotels in the 10th and 11th that should be on the Cheapo radar
- Paris Art Museums and Galleries: 5 ways to save on art
- Paris: Who wins when budget hotels go boutique?