Cheap hotels in Invalides, Paris
The Invalides, a stately part of town, is ideally situated along the Seine's left bank, just east of the Eiffel Tower. Commissioned by Louis XIV as a hospital for wounded soldiers, the massive, golden-domed Hotel Invalides was transformed after the revolution by Napoleon into a monument to himself. It currently houses an impressive military museum and Napoleon's famous tomb.
Like neighboring St. Germain des Pres, the area surrounding the Invalides is an upscale residential neighborhood with expensive shopping and dining. Don't look for any wild nightlife here. The area is within walking distance of all of central Paris and is well-served by the Metro and bus systems.
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