Hotels in Paris
This hotel’s most famous guest was Oscar Wilde, who died here when it was a rundown boarding house, but since then a number of celebrities have stayed here and continue to do so; a revamp by interior designer Jacques Garcia has helped ensure the hotel – and it’s bar - is a hip destination.
The City of Lights
The Good Hotel Guide is delighted to be recommending hotels in Paris again: this is a perenially popular city, whether it’s for romance, gastronomy, shopping or sightseeing.
Our selection of hotels are all individual properties offering a personal touch, and are located right in the heart of the city’s most charming neighbourhoods. We’ve covered all the bases, from the quirky, such as the Hotel des Grands Hommes, furnished in gorgeous High Empire Classical style; to the romantic, such as the Hotel Caron de Beaumarchais, with its Mozart theme, antique furniture and typically Parisian balconies.
Good value properties include the Hotel Chopin, a listed historic monument that has been open for business every day since 1846, and for a luxury getaway, there’s the Hotel d’Abbaye, a former 17th-century convent with a conservatory and tranquil garden.
GUIDE BOOK VOUCHERS
Selected hotel accepts discount vouchers which entitle readers to a 25% discount off their normal B&B rate for a single night’s stay. Each printed copy of the Guide contains six vouchers worth in total about £150.Buy the guide