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Timeless in its beauty, the fashion and the art capital of Paris is one of the lovely places to visit in the world (check out the best things to do in Paris). Carrying a seductive vibe, Paris is where the romance finds a whole new level. But Paris is more than just romance and the accommodations in the city prove just that. Welcoming the visitors with their warm, personal touch, the hotels in Paris offer a special something to everyone.
Ready to spend a little extra in the city of glamor then settle down at the exclusive neighborhood of Champs-Elysées. Home to an array of luxury hotels and fashion centers, the celebrated avenue of Champs-Elysées is flooded with a constant stream of tourists. The attractions in Champs-Elysées includes Tuileries gardens and the Arc de Triomphe.
Youngster looking for a place to stay with a laidback vibe then take refuge at The Quartier Latin. Adorned with several colleges, The Quartier Latin is a go-to for college students. The neighborhood is relaxed and carries the medieval beauty of the old town.
To get the best of the city, which is romance book for an accommodation in the locality of Montmartre. Perched on a hilltop with a steeped terrain, the romantic quarters of Montmartre are irresistible and the village-like atmosphere is the best place to romance.
Interested in experiencing the true flavor of Paris? Choose between the splendid, narrow lined, chic district of Marais and the elegant, relaxed, coffee flavored section of St. Germain. Equally appealing, both the regions offer the dominant old-world vibe of Paris.
For a peek into the livelihood of the locals and the thriving night scene, find an accommodation along the region of Belleville, Ménilmontant, Canal St-Martin and La Villette. They buzz with a mixed crowd and the enormous number of cafes & bars will keep you occupied.
Before traveling to Paris be prepared to stay in smaller rooms because traditionally the rooms in Paris are all compact in size regardless of the price you pay, due to the structural restrictions. The minimal amenities in the accommodations is also something, you should get used to.