I hope a lot of you are dreaming and planning your next trip to Paris. We don’t know exactly when travel will resume, but it is always good to start researching. I have had a lot of requests for places to stay in the 7th arrondissement in Paris which is located on the Left Bank close to the Eiffel Tower. This is a pretty classic spot to stay for first-timers and repeat visitors. It is a great location to so many museums and classic spots to visit Paris. There are a good amount of places to eat and drink in the 7th arrondissement as well. Make sure to check the map below for all the locations I recommend.
In this post, I will be sharing some of my favorite places to stay in the 7th arrondissement in Paris along with some reader recommendations.
I had the opportunity to stay at Le Cinq Codet for my birthday a few years back. The hotel surprised me and upgraded me to one of the amazing suites with a view of the Eiffel Tower and Invalides. I was alone, but it still felt special to have this all to myself. I enjoyed the Eiffel Tower sparkle from the balcony at night.
The hotel has a great quiet courtyard in the middle of the hotel and their brunch is incredible. I highly recommend staying over a weekend so you can enjoy the delicious brunch.
Take a bike ride to Rue Cler with the hotel bikes or make a picnic lunch on the Champs de Mars.
I loved my stay at Le Narcisse Blanc. It was a luxurious and cozy stay that I can’t stop thinking about. Every detail was thought about. I remember having a sore throat and it raining and the tea assortment in the room was just what I needed along with the comfortable bed and robe to keep me warm. I would stay here again in a heartbeat.
I spent a little time in the lobby waiting for my room to be ready and it was such a fun spot for people watching. I dined solo in the restaurant that evening and I was quick to make friends with the guests dining next to me.
The staff went above and beyond to make sure my stay was perfect.
I stayed at Hotel La Comtesse during the Summer after a family trip to the South of France. My room was on the smaller side, but I splurged and paid for a balcony upgrade. It was completely worth it to wake up to this view and see the sunset and sunrise with the Eiffel Tower. You can upgrade even more for a front-facing view which may be worth it if you are on a honeymoon or first-time trip to Paris.
The hotel was affordable, clean, and I found their staff very friendly. I had a few questions and they went out of their way to make sure I got everything I needed for my stay. I checked out and was able to store my bags here all day and they were safe and secure. As a female solo traveler, this was a great option.
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