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Hotel du Cadran
8.7
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Mercure Paris Place D'italie
8.2
$179
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La Tremoille Paris
8.7
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Ibis Paris Porte de Montreuil
6.5
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Libertel Canal Saint Martin
8.1
$115
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Mercure Paris Gare De Lyon Tgv
7.9
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Mercure Paris Centre Tour Eiffel
8.0
$271
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Paris Marriott Rive Gauche Hotel & Conference Center
8.1
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Hotel Balzac
8.0
$391
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Castille Paris - Starhotels Collezione
8.6
$415
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Splendid Etoile Hotel
8.8
$287
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Relais Christine
9.3
$596
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Ibis Paris Tour Eiffel Cambronne 15Ème
7.1
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Mercure Paris Montparnasse Raspail
8.4
$207
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Pullman Paris Centre Bercy
8.7
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Novotel Paris Gare de Lyon
8.0
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Victoria Palace Hotel Paris
8.6
$229
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Crowne Plaza Paris - Republique
7.9
$241
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La Clef Tour Eiffel Paris by The Crest Collection
8.4
$407
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Holiday Inn Paris - Saint Germain des Prés
8.3
$225
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Holiday Inn Paris - Montmartre
8.4
$190
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Paris Marriott Champs Elysees Hotel
8.5
$541
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Hotel Beauchamps
7.8
$226
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Hibiscus Republique
4.5
$72
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Hotel Britannique
8.8
$252
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Mercure Paris Vaugirard Porte De Versailles
8.4
$216
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Le Royal Monceau - Raffles Paris
8.9
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Windsor Opera
8.5
$232
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Normandy Le Chantier
6.5
$186
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ibis Paris 17 Clichy-Batignolles
6.8
$118
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Room Mate Alain - Champs-Elysées
8.7
$229
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Holiday Inn Paris - Gare de Lyon Bastille
8.7
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Intercontinental Paris Le Grand
9.0
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Hotel Saint Pétersbourg Opéra
8.6
$241
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Hotel Regina Louvre
9.0
$499
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Novotel Paris Centre Tour Eiffel
7.6
$261
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Hotel Legend Saint Germain By Elegancia
8.7
$213
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Villa Royale
7.7
$163
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Hipotel Paris Père-Lachaise République
6.0
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Sofitel Le Scribe Paris Opéra
8.6
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When to book a hotel in Paris

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Low season
August
High season
September

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Average price (weekend night)

$235

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The cheapest time to book hotels in Paris is: 1-2 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 3 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 4-5 star, 45 days before.
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Paris travel tips

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Best time to visit Paris

The best time to visit Paris is in summer from June – August or autumn months of September – October. The average summer temperature is around 24 degrees Celsius and you can enjoy plenty of outdoor activities. However, this is also peak tourist season, hence accommodation rates and flight prices tend to soar. For lower travel rates and significantly shorter lines to see the attractions, plan your Paris trip around September – October. If you can brave the cold, then visit Paris from November – February and save significantly on flights and hotels. Paris does not receive much snowfall and the average winter temperature is about 8 degrees Celsius. In the last week of September and again at the end of February, fashionistas from all over the world are in the city for the Paris Fashion Week events. Keep in mind that hotel rooms will be harder to find around those weeks. Once spring sets in between March – May, temperatures range from 12 – 20 degrees Celsius and afternoon rain showers are quite frequent, especially in May. Colourful spring blooms all over the city make spring a beautiful time to visit Paris.

Getting around Paris

It is easy to walk around the more compact neighbourhoods. Taking the metro for longer distances is the best way to get around in Paris. The RATP system which runs the metro rail network also offers several bus routes in the city. A single ticket costs €1.90 EUR for the metro as well as for buses. If you are going to use public transport more frequently, you may want to purchase a 1-day Mobilis Pass which allows unlimited journeys within select zones on all modes of transport. Prices start at €7.50 EUR for travel within zones 1 – 2. The Réseau Express Régional (RER) operates 5 express route trains from Paris city centre to the surrounding suburbs. You can use the trains to visit Versailles Palace and Disneyland Paris as well as to explore smaller towns and sites outside the city. Ticket prices are calculated from station to station for any travel outside of zone 1. You can find a taxi at any time of the day or night in Paris. It is useful to note that the official taxis carry a ‘Taxi Parisien’ sign on the roof of the vehicle.

Buy the Paris Pass

Paris is an expensive city but you may get significant savings on public transport and admissions to several attractions if you buy the Paris Pass. This will also allow you to skip long admission queues at over 60 attractions and museums. A 2-day pass costs €129.00 EUR for adults, €79.00 EUR for youth (ages 12 – 17) and €44.00 EUR for children (ages 4 – 11). You also have the option to buy a 3, 4, 5 or 6-day Paris Pass depending on your itinerary.


How much does a hotel in Paris cost per night?

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2 stars and below
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Hibiscus Republique
4.5
$72
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Vintage Paris Gare du Nord by Hiphophostels
7.9
$63
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Peace & Love - Hostel
6.3
$39
3 stars
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Ibis Paris Porte de Montreuil
6.5
$104
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Libertel Canal Saint Martin
8.1
$115
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Hôtel De Nantes
6.2
$66
4 stars and above
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Hotel du Cadran
8.7
$232
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Mercure Paris Place D'italie
8.2
$179
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Forest Hill Paris la Villette
7.2
$119

Cheapest hotels in Paris

These hotels and hostels usually make for a cheap way to stay in Paris
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Jacobs Inn Hostels
5.6
$32
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Auberge Internationale Des Jeunes
6.1
$48
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Peace & Love - Hostel
6.3
$39
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Enjoy Hostel
7.6
$50
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The Loft Boutique Hostel & Hotel
8.2
$48
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St Christopher's Inns The Canal Hostel
7.7
$53

Get the best value hotel in Paris

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Victoria Palace Hotel Paris
8.6
$229
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Maison Albar Hotels Le Champs-Elysées
8.6
$278
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Vintage Paris Gare du Nord by Hiphophostels
7.9
$63
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The Playce Hotel & Bar By Happyculture
7.9
$127
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Absolute Hotel Paris République
8.1
$69
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Le Regent Montmartre by Hiphophostels
8.0
$59

Where to stay in Paris

Best places to stay in Paris

Paris, the city of lights, is a splendid mix of peculiar charm and posh urbanity. One of the most visited cities in the world, Paris is rich in monuments, history, art, architecture, food, fashion, and overall beauty, all of which easily evokes the most romantic emotions. Paris is split in half by the Seine River with the northern side of the river being called the Right Bank and the southern area referred to as the Left Bank. The city is divided into 20 different zones called ‘arrondissements’, with the Notre-Dame Cathedral being the ‘centre’ of Paris. Because of its many distinct zones or neighbourhoods, it can be overwhelming to decide where to stay in Paris.

Louvre – Jardin des Tuileries (1st arrondissement)

This area upholds the luxury, romance and mystique which the city is known for. Many of the popular Paris attractions are within walking distance in this neighbourhood. If you fancy 5-star luxury accommodation, stay at the luxurious Le Meurice, located on Rue de Rivoli, just minutes from the Louvre. Or choose the ultimate glitz and glamour experience when you stay at the Ritz Paris. For budget-friendly boutique accommodation, consider Hotel La Tamise, just across from Jardin des Tuileries. If you want a splendid vista of the Louvre, Tuileries gardens and the Eiffel Tower as you lie on your bed, there is no better place than Hotel Brighton.

The Marais (3rd and 4th arrondissement)

Marais is a cool, trendy, neighbourhood, with narrow, lively streets full of bars, restaurants, cafes and shops. It is also the most LGBTI-friendly of all the neighborhoods with the highest concentration of gay clubs in Paris. Amid the art galleries and fashion shops in northern Marais, consider staying at the gorgeous and intimate, Hotel du Petit Moulin or the friendly and casual, Hotel Jules & Jim.

The Ile Saint-Louis (4th arrondissement)

The smaller of the 2 islands in the middle of the Seine River, Ile Saint-Louis is a quiet, peaceful area with 17th century architecture, several restaurants, bakeries and ice-cream shops, and slightly more expensive accommodation. Enjoy the recreated ambience of 18th century Paris if you stay at Hotel Caron de Beaumarchais on rue Vieille-du-Temple. For a budget-friendly option in a prime location, stay at the Hotel Jeanne d’Arc le Marais.

The Latin Quarter (5th arrondissement)

The Latin Quarter is one of the busiest and liveliest parts of the city with a hectic nightlife. This neighbourhood is a maze of small and charming 1000-year old streets dotted with second-hand book shops, international food options, and plenty of cafes and bars. The large student population due to several universities in the area, makes the Latin Quarter a very affordable neighbourhood with a hip and youthful vibe. Enjoy spacious rooms, a courtyard garden and a spa pool beneath gold-stone vaults, when you stay at the Hotel La Lanterne. You also have the small boutique hotel, Hotel Les Dames du Pantheon which is located on Place du Pantheon, an ideal spot from where you can explore some key Paris attractions on foot.

Saint Germaine-des-Pres – Odeon (6th arrondissement)

This is a classically Parisian neighbourhood with sidewalk cafes, bakeries, art galleries, churches and museums, and is a convenient central location to make your base while you explore Paris. Enjoy luxurious rooms and beautiful décor if you stay at the Relais St. Germaine. Stay in the super stylish, Hotel Atmospheres located in the heart of St. Germaine des Pres on the Left Bank or consider the L’Hotel on Rue des Beaux Art with designer bedrooms and a Michelin-starred restaurant.

Cheap hotels in Paris

If you are staying in the Marais area, look at Hotel Exquis which is walking distance from some of the hippest bars and restaurants in this area. Hotel Crayon Rouge in downtown Paris is another budget-friendly option and inspires guests with its radical colour schemes, printed wallpapers and a very chic ambience. At Le Demeure hotel located on a leafy boulevard, urban chic meets Haussmann architecture to offer beautiful, inexpensive accommodation. Another excellent cheap place to stay is the St. Christopher’s Inn Paris Canal. It is an award-winning hostel facility close to Gare du Nord Eurostar station and boasts a waterfront terrace overlooking the Canal St. Martin.


What to do in Paris

Paris is a city of many splendours. With world-class museums, blocks of Rococo and Neoclassic architecture, and a unique charm and ambience that is quintessentially Parisian, the city offers much to see and do. It is also one of the largest fashion and culinary hubs of the world, so a unique shopping and dining experience is guaranteed when you visit Paris.

  • Begin your Paris itinerary with breakfast at the most beautiful avenue in the world, the Champs-Élysées. Climb to the top of the Arc de Triomphe before heading for a scenic 30-minute walk along the Seine River to reach the Eiffel Tower. Enjoy the beautiful views of Paris from atop the tower and then rest or sunbathe at the Trocadero gardens. Visit Hotel des Invalides, the resting place of Napoleon I and the Musée de l’Armee. You cannot miss a quick stroll through the historical Parisian department store, Le Bon Marché. Admire extraordinary art exhibits at the magnificent Belle Époque-styled Grand Palais.
  • In the historic Latin Quarter area, explore the picture-perfect neighbourhood of Saint-Michel with cobbled streets, flower adorned balconies, and art house cinemas. Enjoy an evening at the Jardin Marco Polo in the Luxembourg Gardens. Visit the neo-classical mausoleum, The Pantheon, where many of the great Frenchmen are buried. Watch a performance at Odeon theatre or see a film at Le Champo or the Reflet Médicis Cinema. Walk around the centuries-old Sorbonne University. Shop for some fine French cheeses and wines at the Rue Mouffetard.
  • Enjoy a meal at the scores of restaurants, cafés, bakeries, or typical French crêpe houses and brasseries around the Place de L’Odeon. Or eat at a special place like Le Procope, a legendary 17th century Parisian restaurant which has hosted many famous French personalities over the years.
  • In the Louvre arrondissement, plan to spend at least 2 – 3 hours to admire the extraordinary works of art at the Louvre Museum. Stroll through the gorgeous Jardin des Tuileries and later walk across Pont-Neuf Bridge, the oldest bridge in Paris connecting the natural island of Ile de la Cité with the Left Bank. Visit the La Comédie Français where legendary French playwright, Molière once performed.
  • In the Marais area, visit the Notre-Dame Cathedral, one of the most stunning gothic cathedrals in the world. Enjoy shopping for antiques at the historic Saint-Paul Village. Stroll down narrow paths lined with luxury stores and shops selling second-hand goods. Take a peek inside any of the numerous art and photography galleries in the area. Discover the peaceful Place des Vosges, the oldest square in Paris. Try a delicious falafel at one of the kosher restaurants in the old Jewish quarter around Rue des Rosiers.
  • Stroll through the legendary Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighbourhood and visit the beautiful Saint-Sulpice Church. Enjoy a leisurely coffee and mingle with some of the visiting literary legends at the Les Deux Magots or Café de Flore. Go on a shopping spree at the luxury flagship stores, concept shops, or discount designer stores in the area.
  • Don’t miss a quick trip to see the Place de la Bastille and its majestic modern opera house in the 11th arrondissement of Paris.

Paris travel information

How long do people stay in Paris?

Visiting Paris for 3 nights is the most common choice for our users.

How much does a hotel cost in Paris?

A hotel room in Paris will generally set you back around $233 per night. This figure is an average and prices will vary according to the facilities, location and room availability at your desired hotel.

When is the best time to book a hotel in Paris?

August is the cheapest month to book a hotel in Paris. Prices can be 17% lower than other, busier months, so this is a great time to get a good deal.

Which day is cheapest to stay in Paris?

At the moment the cheapest day to stay in a hotel in Paris is Saturday, with Monday being the most expensive.

How much does a luxury hotel in Paris cost?

$274 per person, per night, is on average what you can expect to pay for luxury hotels in Paris. To put this in perspective, $175 per person, per night is the average price of a hotel in Paris, which is a price difference of around 36% to stay at a luxury hotel.

How much does a hostel in Paris cost?

Hostels in Paris (including hotels rated 2 stars and below) cost $49 per person, per night on average. This is $126 per night cheaper than the average cost of hotels in Paris.


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Novotel Paris Centre Gare Montparnasse
8.3
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Novotel Paris Gare de Lyon
8.0
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Novotel Paris Centre Gare Montparnasse
8.3
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Novotel Paris Gare de Lyon
8.0
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Luxury hotels in Paris
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Novotel Suites Paris Montreuil Vincennes
7.8
$143
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Mercure Paris Place D'italie
8.2
$179
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Mercure Paris Gare De Lyon Tgv
7.9
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Mercure Paris Centre Tour Eiffel
8.0
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Hotel Balzac
8.0
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Castille Paris - Starhotels Collezione
8.6
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Splendid Etoile Hotel
8.8
$287

Popular flight routes to Paris

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London to Paris
Fastest flight time
1h 15m
Cheapest price
$193
Rome to Paris
Fastest flight time
2h 10m
Cheapest price
$403
New York to Paris
Fastest flight time
7h 35m
Cheapest price
$493
Singapore to Paris
Fastest flight time
13h 30m
Cheapest price
$849
Sydney to Paris
Fastest flight time
23h 45m
Cheapest price
$1,116
Adelaide to Paris
Fastest flight time
29h 55m
Cheapest price
$1,116
Newcastle to Paris
Fastest flight time
46h 00m
Cheapest price
$1,124
Perth to Paris
Fastest flight time
28h 10m
Cheapest price
$1,249
Melbourne to Paris
Fastest flight time
23h 15m
Cheapest price
$1,359
Brisbane to Paris
Fastest flight time
23h 25m
Cheapest price
$1,386
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