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We stayed at the Hotel Juliana.  A bit on the pricey side but it was very nice in a good location.

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Hilton Paris Opera. Classy hotel in a great location...pretty close to everything.

 

Just 6 threads down the board:

 

 

Always good to look around and see what has been posted before.

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Just.a suggestion to the OP to first consider what arrondissement (neighborhood) you prefer and then seek recommendations on where to stay in that area.  

 

Hank

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On 10/3/2019 at 11:58 PM, Hlitner said:

Just.a suggestion to the OP to first consider what arrondissement (neighborhood) you prefer and then seek recommendations on where to stay in that area.  

 

Hank

 

Again, I echo Hank's sentiments in that it's easier to help with your request if you know exactly where in Paris you think you might want to be located. The city is arranged, as Hank noted, in arrondissments (districts) numbered from 1 to 20, starting with number 1 in the center of the city near the river. To the right of number 1 is number 2, continuing to the right is number 3 and it goes clockwise, crossing over the river Seine bringing you to arrondissment number 5, 6,7 before crossing the river again to enter number 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, cross the river again....so it goes clockwise around the river until you get to the 20th arrondissment. 

 

Staying in the city center can be convenient but we all have our reasons for where we like to stay, why, and when. I've stayed at many different places in several different arrondissments throughout Paris over the years. Probably my favorite is staying in the 1st because I like the hotel I've used there, Hotel Mansart on rue des Capucines, on a quite street but close to métro and many other important places and things.  Other times I didn't really care where I was in Paris, as long as I was there and near a métro stop, I was good to go! 

 

The métro is so easy to use, helps you get around quick and so when I was in a hotel in the 12th once briefly prior to heading out to Epérnay and Reims, I booked a brief stay there in a comfy 2 star that was fine. Métro station was right outside and I had no worries getting around.  Staying in the 7th, Hotel l'Alma actually made me feel rather remote though I was a short walk right into Champs du Mars which is lovely, but it's rather a quiet district in certain areas.  I liked staying in the 5th, Hotel Agora St Germain. 

 

Let us know how your search goes and if you have any questions! 

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