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Most Romantic Places to Stay in Paris

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Accommodation options range widely from modern chic to historically elegant to tiny pensions, so we’ve listed the best romantic choices for you to select from.

Hotel De Banville Paris – This elegant hotel is located in a distinguished residential area just off the Champs Elysees and Arc de Triomphe districts. This property is in proximity to historically rich area, which abounds with beautiful parks, cinemas, theatres, restaurants, bars, and shops, opening up a wealth of dining and shopping options as well as varied entertainment opportunities.

The Five Hotel Paris – If you’re in the mood for something a little different, try The Five Hotel on the Left Bank of Paris. A design hotel through and through, all of the rooms have an individual look with wildly different color schemes and a generous use of optic fibre lights and glass. The effect is magical and romantic. The rooms tend to be very small but, for Paris, so is the price!

Le Six Hotel Paris – A charming boutique hotel at the heart of Paris’ Sixth arrondissement, Six’s stylish ambiance and resolutely contemporary decor make it an exceptional address that reflects a typically Parisian culture: a spacious hall, lounge with fireplaces, atrium window, lounge bar and more.

Seven Hotel Paris – The SevenHotel is ideally located in the city’s 5th arrondissement, next to the Latin Quarter and a short walk from the renowned rue Mouffetard, one of the oldest streets in Paris which is known for its shops and many lively restaurants.

Hotel Saint James Paris – This is a highly refined, neo-classical chateau with its own private garden, in a magnificent setting. The hotel is situated in the tranquility of the exclusive western part of Paris, close to the Bois de Bolougne and walking distance from the Arc de Triomphe.

Jays Paris Hotel – Built in 1850, restored and refurbished in 2006, Jays Paris is a modern, superbly located design hotel in Paris, and offers luxurious suites in the heart of a historic and residential district of the French capital. This elegant city hotel is an ideal starting point to discover some of the most famous tourist sites in Paris.

Hotel La Belle Juliette Paris – You’ll appreciate the warm atmosphere of this luxury hotel, its refined ambiance and extreme comfort. The hotel is in the heart of Sain Germain des Prés, where the world of fashion meets Paris’ most luxurious boutiques.

Shangri-La Hotel Paris – Built in 1896 as the private home of Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte’s grand-nephew, Prince Roland Bonaparte, Shangri-La Hotel, Paris achieves a balance between the group’s signature style of hospitality and French art de vivre. The restored landmark just opened in December 2010.

Hotel Hilton Arc De Triomphe Paris – Indulge in the spa, dine alfresco at Le Safran or sip a cocktail in the Art Deco-style Purple Bar. Stroll the Andalusian Patio gardens at the Hilton Arc de Triomphe Paris hotel or explore Paris attractions, with the Champs-Élysées only 10 minutes walk away.

Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris – Steps from the Champs-Elysées with private terraces that command all Paris, lovingly restored18th-century tapestries, and a spirit that lives on in thoroughly reborn, highly advanced spaces, the Four Seasons George V redefines luxury and service in Paris.

Hotel De Sers Paris – The hotel is situated in a luxurious area of Paris, within walking distance of Champs Elysees, the home of exclusive shopping, famous restaurants and chic cafes. Recently renovated, it is one of Paris newest design hotels with fresh innovative touches.

Hotel Lancaster Paris – Located in the heart of Paris, just off the Champs Elysées, the Hotel Lancaster is a luxurious hideaway, constructed in a 19th-century private mansion.

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