Going to Paris for a getaway? Choose a Boutique Hotel!

Paris is one city most people dream of visiting. Tickets to Paris vary depending on the season, with prices rising in the summer, and lowering after the new year. Travelling can hurt your pockets, but if you are trying to make the most of your experience in a city like Paris, and you only have a little bit of money leftover for daily expenses and dining, choosing a Boutique hotel might be the answer to your lodging questions.

Boutique hotels provide guests with an intimate feel of a city, most especially in the downtown areas. With small staff number and hotel rooms, you feel like you are living in a home, as opposed to large chain hotels which are often known to deprive you of the vacation experience.

The charm in Paris lies in it’s beauty, it’s landmarks, the people and the french. So let’s look at some of the best ways to get there. Here are some of the best boutique hotels to stay in Paris

Relais Christine
The Relais Christine is a delightful and tasteful luxurious boutique in the heart Pairs. The hotel has preserved it’s intimacy of the private residence it once was. It is Located in the heart of Saint-Germain des Prés, and just 700 m from Notre Dame, it offers a lovely garden and a fitness centre. It is also walking distance to Musee D’Orsay.

Saint James Paris
The Saint James Paris is a 100-year old château surrounded by its own private garden, offering a unique experience of grandeur and intimacy, classicism and extravagance. Each of the 48 suites and rooms exudes its own atmosphere and tells a story filled with beautiful dreams.

To learn more about Boutique Hotels in Paris, visit this list by Boutique Hotels Paris.


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