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10 Boutique Hotels in Paris


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I have been lucky enough to have some amazing stays in Paris over the years. I prefer Boutique Hotels over larger hotels for the personalized service and attention to detail. I have stayed at Grand Hôtel du Palais Royal twice now and visited a few times for meals and cocktails and the front desk remembers my face every time. This is my list of 10 which I hope will continue to grow. If you have a favorite hotel or place to stay in Paris please comment below and share it with all of us. 

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Le Narcisse Blanc

Le Narcisse Blanc on the Left Bank is a gem on the left bank. I loved my stay here and can’t wait to visit again soon. The whole hotel is in the palate of cream, gold, and pink which is my favorite color scheme. I felt right at home. I stayed in the lobby while my room was being prepared and I felt so relaxed in the center of Paris. 

Hotel Monge

Hotel Monge Located on the Left Bank of Paris not far from Jardin des Plantes you will find the Hotel Monge. I stayed here when they first opened two years ago and the staff was so sweet and I loved the attention to detail in every room. I was welcomed as I was staying in someone’s home instead of being another number at a large hotel. The juliette balcony was a nice touch and I had a great view outside my window. 

Pavillon de La Reine

Located in the heart of The Marais in the center of Place des Vosges is Pavillon de la Reine. I found this hotel on my walk back in 2013 and had the pleasure of staying here a few years ago. It is the perfect location in Paris. The breakfast is out of this world good and you can enjoy the patio for a cup of afternoon tea. Stop by 28 Beaumarchais for a baguette and make a picnic in Place des Vosges. 

Pavillon des Lettres

Pavillon des Lettres is the sister hotel of Pavillon de la Reine. Located in the 8th arrondissement close to Madeleine and Opéra. I have stayed here twice and you may be familiar with the name because my art is hanging here for an exhibition. If you stop here through the Summer you will see my work in the hotel. I stayed in Diderot both times and really love the wrap around balcony. I think it is the best room in the hotel. There are 26 rooms each named for a different French author and a letter of the alphabet. The staff is really wonderful with every detail.


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Hotel Therese

Hôtel Thèrése is by the same owners as Adèle and Jules. I stayed here a few years ago. The service was personal and they were more than happy to give recommendations. You can’t beat the location near Palais Royal. If you are visiting the city for the first time, this is a great location. 

Le Cinq Codet

Le Cinq Codet is located on the Left Bank close to the Eiffel Tower and Invalides. I had the pleasure of staying here in April of 2018. My room had stunning views of the Eiffel Tower and it was located on a quiet street. Don’t miss out on the Sunday Brunch. It is worth it and you can enjoy it on their intimate courtyard. It is a great way to escape the busy city life. This 5 star hotel has incredible service from start to finish.

 

 

Maison Athénée

I did my research on Maison Athénée and found they had some of the best reviews in Paris for a Boutique Hotel. They also did a little research on me before I arrived and knew some of my favorite things. This hotel went above and beyond to make my stay a memorable one. I loved the note they included with my breakfast and I still kept it to this day. I arrived back at the hotel late night and they made sure to find something that I could eat for dinner so I didn’t go to bed hungry. There was a great view outside my room located in the 9th arrondissement. 

Hotel Castille Paris

Hotel Castille Paris I stayed here with my Dad in 2011, part of the draw was the fact that it is right next door to The first Chanel on Rue Cambon. I wanted to stay in the 1st arrondissement and the hotel was recently renovated at the time. The staff was excellent to help us book tours to Versailles and Giverny. This was my Dad’s first trip to Paris and we couldn’t have asked for a better location. We were very close to a metro, The Tuileries, and The Louvre. For a first time in Paris this is a great hotel. 

Hotel Caron de Beaumarchais

Hotel Caron de Beaumarchais is located on one of my favorite streets in Paris and is in the heart of The Marais. I highly recommend getting a balcony facing the street for a great view. You can take breakfast in your room and for 12 euros it is the biggest and best breakfast I have enjoyed. The hotel is a little less modern than some of the others but has lots of charm. 


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Hotel Adèle and Jules

This was one of my favorite stays in Paris. I recently stayed here for one night in January and I can’t wait to get back. I loved the location, service, and the window view was one to remember. Who wouldn’t want to wake up here?

Hotel des Deux Continents

For a reasonably priced boutique hotel on the left bank this is a great option. You will be in the heart of St Germain des Près and within walking distance to jardin du luxembourg and Café de Flore. Request a balcony room and you will have a fabulous view down Rue Jacob. 

Grand Hôtel du Palais Royal

I have been lucky enough to stay here twice and it is one of my favorite hotels in Paris. The location is just outside Palais Royal. You can see it from some of the rooms. You are within walking distance of The Louvre, The Seine, and The Tuileries. Don’t miss lunch or dinner at Le Lulli inside the hotel. They have their own tea with Palais des Thés which you can enjoy in their lobby. This is always the first place I recommend to friends. 

Hotel Grand Powers


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From the owners of Grand Hotel du Palais Royal, Grand Powers is the old Hotel Powers. It is changing from a 4 star hotel to a 5 start hotel. This is a personal favorite of mine. I cannot wait to see what they do with the space. The above photo is from their website as a mock up. The hotel is slated to open early December. Below are some of the views from the hotel which will not change just the interior. The color scheme of gold and pink has already got me excited for what is to come.


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There are a lot of hotels in Paris and this is just a small handful. I only included ones that I have personally stayed at. I hope to add to the list this year. This post does include affiliate links which helps with my coffee and croissant research. 

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  1. Thank you so much for all of the amazing tips! My husband and I just booked our nights in Paris for our anniversary trip in May and booked a room at Hotel des Deux Continents. We are so excited and your blog is so helpful, we can’t wait to explore Paris!

  2. I am so excited; I just booked a stay at the Hotel Caron de Beaumarchais! My sister-in-law and I will be traveling there in June and staying in Paris for a couple days. I just fell in love with the photos, and after doing a little more research, locked it in.
    Thanks for all your tips and suggestions–we can’t wait to see Paris!

    • Hi Ann,

      I am so happy to hear this! You must get the breakfast. It is out of this world good. Tell them I sent you 🙂 See if you can get a balcony/street facing room. You will love it!

      xo

  3. I love your website. I am taking my first trip to Paris this April 28 through May 5th. My husband booked this trip for our 5 year wedding anniversary (which was Oct.26, 2017), so I have been anxious for the day to finally get here and I have been reading your various posts! We are going to be staying at the Hotel Le Royal. He has been to Paris twice but it’s been years, so I created a joint Pinterest board of tips and places of interest etc. so that both of us could see it. I told him about your site too! Is there anything you would recommend that would be unique to do or go see? I would love to do a few things that aren’t the typical touristy activities!

    • Hi Brigette,

      Thank you so much! I have a few upcoming posts that could help you including what to do in paris when it rains, what to pack for paris in the spring, and some of my favorite places to eat. They will all be up before you leave so stay tuned. Also, check back for the weekly links I love, I am always posting different activities in the city that are unique.

      Have a great trip!

  4. Great post. Looking for hotel for upcoming trip with my dad. I’ve booked already for first part of trip but need a booking for last couple days back in Paris. Considering Hotel Adele and Jules after your recent Instagram post and possibly now Hotel Castille or Deux Continents which is more budget friendly.

    • I loved Adèle and Jules! Deux Continents is budget friendly and you can’t beat the location! Have a great trip with your Dad!

  5. Hotel Duquesne Eiffel is fantastic! The staff is so warm and welcoming. I LOVED that some of the premium rooms have FANTASTIC views of the Eiffel tower. Definitely worth the extra cost to see Lady Eiffel sparkle at the top of the evening hours. Seriously, look up "Hotel Duquesne Eiffel" on Instagram. I also loved that Les Invalides is right around the corner.

    • Thank you for the tip, Mallory! I am working on a hotel list for eiffel tower views and I will add this to the list!

  6. Hi Rebecca, I’ve stayed at the Caron de Beaumarchais which I absolutely loved and will make it my go-to in the Marias, major ambitions though to stay at Pavillion de la Reine. My favourite hotel in the Left Bank is Hotel D’aubusson on rue Dauphine, it has the Cafe Laurent jazz bar Wed through to Sunday plays live music so you can enjoy cocktails and jazz!! it’s also right by my favourite bridge and square, Pont Neuf and Place Dauphine. I visit Paris regularly for my blog, I’d love it if you could link by blog in one of your posts and I will do a special post on my favourite Paris bloggers too, Merci xx (www.londonmeetsparis.com)