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Think of Paris and you might conjure up images of the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe and Notre Dame Cathedral. Or you might envision the food, art, culture and shopping – all just as much a part of the city's identity. Easy to reach by train, plane or Eurostar, the French capital is an iconic city break destination for good reason.


Paris is divided into 20 arrondissements (districts) arranged in a clockwise spiral. Parisians call an arrondissement by its number – the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and so on.

The River Seine divides the city into Right and Left banks. The Left Bank, or Rive Gauche, houses the 5th through 7th and 13th through 15th arrondissements and has a reputation for being bohemian and artsy. Here you'll find the Eiffel Tower and Musée d'Orsay.

The Right Bank, or Rive Droite, contains the Avenue des Champs-Élysées, which stretches from Arc de Triomphe to Place de la Concorde. The Louvre museum is just beyond the Jardin des Tuileries, while modern-art mecca Centre Georges Pompidou is a further 20-minute walk.

Top attractions in Paris

One of the world's most recognisable landmarks, the Eiffel Tower offers 360-degree views of Paris from its observation deck. There are three lifts that take you to the top, or you can climb the 704 steps.

From there, you can walk a half-hour west along the Seine to the Musée d'Orsay, an extensive collection of Impressionist art in a former train station. For some bucolic respite, the Jardin du Luxembourg is a 25-minute walk south, or you can head west to the Jardin des Champs-Élysées, which can lead to a shopping expedition along the famous avenue.

For a cross-section of the city's differing architectural styles, you can head to the Gothic Notre Dame Cathedral, the Roman-Byzantine Sacré Cœur Basilica in the bohemian Montmartre district and the neoclassical Panthéon, burial site of Voltaire, Victor Hugo and Marie Curie.

The concierge recommends…

  • Walking through the famed Hall of Mirrors at the Palace of Versailles, a 20-minute train ride from Paris. The room was the site of the signing of the Treaty of Versailles.
  • L'Hôtel National des Invalides is dedicated to France's military past, housing museums as well as Napoleon's tomb.
  • Cruising along the Seine in a Bateau Mouche, perhaps with dinner on board.
  • Père Lachaise Cemetery is the resting place of such noted celebrities as Édith Piaf, Oscar Wilde, Max Ernst and Jim Morrison.

Hotels in Paris

An efficient metro means that wherever you stay in Paris, you'll be within easy reach of the city's important monuments, sights and business areas.

Hotels near the centrally located Notre Dame Cathedral put you a 10-minute walk from Centre Georges Pompidou and a short stroll from the trendy Marais district as well as the hip Latin Quarter, known for its student life.

Choose a hotel in chic Saint-Germain-des-Prés on the Left Bank for proximity to upscale shops and smart eateries. You'll also be close to Montparnasse, where you can sip a grand crème in a café once frequented by legendary artists like Pablo Picasso and Man Ray.

You'll find luxury accommodation in the Opéra district, which boasts must-see sights like the Louvre and Palais Garnier opera house.

Affordable hotels with amenities like free Wi-Fi can be found in transport hubs, Gare de l'Est and Gare de Lyon.

For proximity to family-friendly destinations like Disneyland Paris, you can choose a hotel in the low-key village of Noisy-le-Grand, a half-hour drive from Charles de Gaulle Airport.

Eating Out in Paris

Paris's gastronomy is renowned, and wherever you stay you'll always be around the corner from a traditional brasserie or a bakery selling fresh baguettes and fluffycroissants.

Street eats are taken to new heights in the city, where immigrant culture has influenced the way Parisians eat on the go. A takeaway falafel sandwich in the Marais district is one of the city's quintessential experiences – on weekends, the queues stretch down the street. For Greek gyros bulging with rotisserie chicken and chips, head to Saint-Michel.

Montparnasse is known for the bestcrêpes in town, including savoury galettes from the Brittany region. You'll also find some of the best sushi restaurants outside Japan in this Left Bank district.

The area around the Champs-Élysées, known as the "Golden Triangle", houses Michelin-starred eateries serving up dishes like lobster, oysters and caviar.

The chef recommends...

  • Pot-au-feu: A beef stew made with oxtail or brisket, cooked with vegetables including carrots, turnips, celery and onions.
  • Croque-monsieur: This classic grilled ham and cheese sandwich is sometimes topped with béchamel sauce.
  • Foie gras: Made from duck or goose liver, this pâté, parfait or mousse can be eaten alone or as an accompaniment to steak.
  • Camembert cheese. A fresh baguette smeared with Camembert cheese and a picnic-sized carton of red wine drunk with a straw – available at any supermarket – makes the perfect lunch on the go.

Shopping in Paris

Synonymous with Chanel, Dior and Saint Laurent, Paris is the birthplace and reigning capital of haute couture. You have only to stroll along streets like Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Saint-Germain-des-Prés and Avenue Montaigne to know that style is a way of life in Paris.

Perhaps the city's most famous department store, Galeries Lafayette, offers shoppers endless visual delights, including Belle Époque architecture and a 3,500-square-metre, two-floor food hall.

To browse some of the city's trendiest independent boutiques, head to the Marais district, which runs across the 3rd and 4th arrondissements. Here you'll also find shops from upscale French brands like Zadig & Voltaire and IRO.

For fashion, home decor, antiques and charming bric-a-brac from days past, you can check out the Saint-Ouen flea market, which runs on weekends and Mondays in the 18th and boasts over 2,500 market stalls.

Paris's best buys...

  • Create your own fragrance at Ex Nihilo. You can choose from a selection of base notes like rose or vetiver and personalise it by adding raw materials like orange blossom and sandalwood.
  • Try a pair of Repetto ballet flats. An enduring symbol of Parisian chic, Repetto flats were made famous by Brigitte Bardot in the 1956 film "...And God Created Woman".
  • Stock up on Ladurée's famous macarons in whimsical flavours like Earl Grey and rose petal.

Culture & Nightlife in Paris

Whether you're looking for a chic bar with classic cocktails, a lively nightclub or an all-night art event, you'll find it in Paris.

Classical culture hounds flock to Paris for its opera, ballet and orchestral concerts, many of which take place at the Palais Garnier opera house or younger sister, the Opéra Bastille.

Contemporary art lovers will enjoy the city's annual Nuit Blanche festival, held on the first Saturday in October from 7pm to 7am. Expect interactive art displays in neighbourhoods around the city, as well as music and theatre.

Paris is legendary for exclusive night clubs like Le Baron and Chez Régine, where you're likely to find Hollywood celebrities mingling with chic locals. For a more laidback scene, consider heading to a spot likeSocial Club in Montmartre.

Cultural thrills in Paris

  • For a night of bawdy entertainment, you can check out one of Paris's celebrated cabaret shows at an iconic venue like the Crazy Horse.
  • Enjoy a classic cocktail at La Conserverie, considered one of the city's most striking establishments thanks to its industrial decor and plush seating.
  • You can get your contemporary art fix at the Louis Vuitton Foundation, which is housed in an avant-garde building designed by Frank Gehry and includes pieces from modern luminaries like Jean-Michel Basquiat and Ellsworth Kelly.

Visiting Paris with a Family

Paris offers activities for all the family, from public parks to child-friendly museums. And if all else fails, Disneyland Paris is a half-hour drive or quick shuttle ride from the airport.

Many of Paris's family attractions are conveniently located in the city centre, so you can access them easily on foot. In the Jardin du Luxembourg, a 15-minute walk from Saint-Germain-des-Prés, children can run wild in the playground, spend an afternoon sailing wooden boats on the fountain pond, ride the antique carousel or take in a show at the marionette theatre.

Another fun garden in Paris is the Jardin des Plantes, where you'll find the National Museum of Natural History as well as the Ménagerie du Jardin des Plantes, one of the world's oldest zoos.

Unsure of how to explore the Louvre with your kids? You can book a treasure hunt that allows kids to uncover clues while discovering major works of art.

24 hours with the children in Paris

  • Visit the Gourmet Chocolate Museum and book a chocolate piping workshop for children as young as six.
  • Spend an active afternoon at Jardin des Dunes et des Vents in Parc de la Villette, where kids can play on airbag waves and zip lines.
  • Take in street performers like breakdancers, mimes and human statues on the Champs-Élysées.

Latest Paris Hotel Reviews

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By Jezrules
Excellent facilities! Friendly and helpful staff. Close proximity to Paris. Free shuttle ti and from the airport. [Less]
Couldn’t think of a better place to be stuck in by cancelled flights than here!
By Sebastian1969
On entering the lobby area you will find it very spacious and inviting, it's Cozy and homey. The wonderful front office staff who are all lovely and pleasant gave us a very warm welcome on arrival, [More] it was perfect and we were greeted as a valued Spire Elite IHG rewards club member. This Hotel is so well located to Charles de Gaulle airport and there’s a free and regular shuttle service to and from the airport which takes about 10-15 minute’s. The rooms are fabulous, large and roomy with everything you could need, on entering you see the bright and lovely new and refurbished interiors, some of the nicest beds you'll find with the famous Holiday Inn pillow menu that you may request your favourite pillow type. A great bathroom and all the amenities you could need. Keep in mind this is not a 5 star Hotel, but they behave as it is, my point Is, that it’s all well above expectations. Its all marvellous the staff are some of the most friendly you can find. Near the business center and on the wonderfully modernized open concept restaurant area with an array of different tables and seating and you'll have plenty of lounges, relax zones, booths, to sit were you will. This whole area gives you a great sense of being in a home. It's obvious one can start with an amazing breakfast, the selection is great, there is mostly everything to suit most tastes, they have yogurts and different eggs, cooked to your desire by very nice and competent chefs. and a good variety of other delights, sausages, bacon, tomato, juices tea and coffee. The staff are all very helpful in the breakfast area and very nice and if something runs out just ask nicely and they are more than happy to get it. I recommend that if your not a member, you join the IHG rewards program for free, so you can book the room at the cheapest “your rate” possible that beats other online booking sites and put your preferences in your profile. This is a lovely hotel with a nice team and I highly recommend it. [Less]
Value and Location
By mecw
Arrived at CDG very late at night, so decided to stay nearby. Property was very conveniently located. Free shuttle and a great breakfast. [Less]
Another lovely stay in a Lovely Holiday Inn
By Sebastian1969
I've stayed at this hotel six times as it's location suits me as it is close to the Bercy Arena and I needed to a concert there. At checkin I was greeted by friendly staff member, they are delightful [More] and very efficient, they welcomed me as a IHG Spire Elite Rewards Club member and gave me an upgrade to a newly renovated room which are all very lovely. All the team are pleasant and made the start of my stay, a very good one. The Suite was nice, a lovely bathroom , A good King size bed and I personally love that in true IHG tradition there is a pillow menu where you can select one of your favorite types from soft, medium to firm to suit you. The decor is Modern and the room was bright and airy with quite high ceilings, With a rather non interesting view to the rear courtyard area but makes for a very peaceful room. I’ve had lovely rooms also at the front but there can be quite busy traffic noise and sirens at night but bearable and quieter after 10pm so it’s what you prefer. Theres a mini bar, lovely to see with a small selection.   The breakfast room is on the ground floor it has a good selection. Hot foods bacon, sausages eggs, tomatoes and mushrooms. Cold hams, cheeses, yogurts, fruits and good variety of juices and teas and coffees. So if you need to catch an early train from Gare Lyon, or seeing a show at the Bercy Arena,( can't mention name of the arena as the IHG auto algorithm rejects reviews when you mention another hotel brand) then sure this hotel is handy. There's also direct bus connection at the near by station to Charles de Gaulle airport which is faster than metro and train. I recommend that if your not a member, you join the IHG rewards program for free, so you can book the room at the cheapest “Your rate” possible and put your preferences in your profile. [Less]
Excellent staff
By Sarah R
The staff are great and location is so good for gare de lyon but the room was very outdated [Less]
Good quality
By AlexanderA
Good hotel, near Gare de Lyon; Reasonale room size; balcony; fast checkin; good supermarket and restaurants nearby [Less]
Luxurious hotel, for a price
By Michael5826
An incredibly beautiful and historic hotel. It definately does not cater to the middle class traveler, €11 for a cappucino is stiff even by Parisian standards. The hotel is well renovated considering [More] its age, but some may find the ammenities limited and the rooms crammed. Room was comfortable, immaculately clean, although it lacked little features that you would expect from a higher tier hotel such as in-room tea and coffee or a pillow menu. [Less]
Romantic Room with a View
By tadwise
Can’t express how great this experience was - overlooking the Opera House despite a rainy night. Wonderful staff and great room. [Less]
Magnification Facility and Warm Friendly Staff
By Kitty OL
Always love old fashion and Parisian building. This hotel won't make you disappointed. A piece of history, wish having more time able to enjoy more. I will definitely come back again. All the work [More] staff over there were so warm and friendly. Of course, its location is close to the shopping district. Love it! [Less]

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