There are some truly amazing hotels in Paris, the most romantic city in the World and many which are suitable for all budgets and needs. The problem is choosing which one you want to use when you go for a visit.
Let’s be honest, every business in the world can declare that it is “the best that there is” but not all of them can back it up.
If you really want to know about the best hotels in Paris you need to do a little bit of homework. Don’t take the hotel website or descriptions word for it, you need to search out some reviews from people who have actually stayed at each hotel and they will be able to tell it how it really is.
For example, your vision of a romantic Paris hotel might be an 18th century historic hotel. These are undoubtedly some of the most beautiful landmarks in the city, possessing a style of architecture not found in modern hotels. But remember, they were built before a time when modern amenities existed. Simple things you take for granted, like central heating, were not even a thought when these buildings were constructed. A stay in a drafty room might leave with the feeling that your hotel needs to call on a technician for furnace repair. However, that’s just part of the charm.
There are lots of websites these days when people can leave reviews about all sorts of things including hotels. One or two of the most popular do spring to mind but I’m sure you don’t need me to tell you. Anyhow, all you have to do is to type something into your favorite search engine about “best hotels in Paris” and you’ll get a list of hotels, then click on to read the reviews written by the people who have actually stayed there.
The location of your hotel may be important when you visit somewhere like the city of Paris. You might want a hotel which is within walking distance of all of the most famous landmarks of the French capital or you might be happy to stay somewhere on the outskirts of the city which is close to a Metro station to transport you to all of the must see places which you won’t want to miss.
Whichever hotel you choose for your Paris vacation, have a great trip and “Bon Voyage”.