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Hotel Plaza Athenee

Champs-Elysees 95 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This Haussmann-era palace in "a perfect location" on the Avenue Montaigne, close to the fashion houses, is "superbe." — Condé Nast Traveler

Opulent, haute-couture Paris landmark that spoils its guests with limo rides, an Alain Ducasse restaurant, and Eiffel Tower views — Jetsetter

This hip yet plush hangout between the Champs-Élysées and Eiffel Tower is as au courant as it was when it opened in 1911. — Travel + Leisure

This palace is ideally placed for power shopping at Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Dior and other avenue Montaigne boutiques. — Time Out

A legendary Parisian hotel lavishly renovated for 21st-century jet setters. — Gayot

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Le Meurice

Louvre / Palais-Royal 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Le Meurice stands out among the Paris palaces with its prime position on arcaded rue de Rivoli, just minutes from the Louvre. — The Telegraph

Reviled by some, beloved by others, this lavish wedding-cake-of-a-place is colored up with an ungodly amount of icing, its extravagant baroque sensibility teasing the best duds out of your luggage. — Star Service

Part of the prestigious Dorchester group, Le Meurice is one of Europe'€™s most highly regarded hotels. — Gayot

This landmark lies between the place de la Concorde and the Grand Louvre, facing the Tuileries Gardens. — Frommer's

Reminiscent of a palace, offers spacious suites in the style of Louis XVI. Pricey amenities are worth every penny. — BlackBook

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from $873

Le Bristol Paris

Paris 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Elegant, impeccably serviced hotel in a mid-18th-century building near the shops of the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. — Andrew Harper

The hotel’s restaurants, literary evenings, winetastings, contemporary art lectures, fashion shows, and weekend live DJs at The Bar at Le Bristol anchor French high society. — Afar Magazine

The 188-room Le Bristol is one of the only family-owned luxury hotels that remain in Paris, which results in a slightly more personal vibe here. — Departures

One of the world's finest hotels, Hótel Le Bristol displays authentic Parisian élan. — Gayot

A delicate $130 million renovation in 2009 retained the 19th-century paintings and gilded ceilings dating back to 1925, but infused the space with a lighter, welcoming sensibility. — Travel + Leisure

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L'Hotel

Saint-Germain-des-Pres 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Oscar Wilde quipped his final lines at L'Hôtel, a house of old-world opulence on Paris’s Left Bank that is as much a destination stay as ever. — Mr & Mrs Smith

L’Hôtel provided the provocation for these last words of Oscar Wilde. But the claim to fame is less dubious thanks to a luxe redesign by Jacques Garcia. — BlackBook

Once the simple Hôtel d'Alsace, where Oscar Wilde died . . . there's much more to it than that, with . . . 20 bedrooms by interior decorator Jacques Garcia and its Michelin-starred Le Restaurant. — The Telegraph

Lavishly decorated property in 1830s stone mansion on gallery-lined Rue des Beaux-Arts. — Andrew Harper

This legendary hotel has been redecorated by Jacques Garcia, but retains something of its old sense of decadence in the extravagant decor, cellar fumoir and mini ­swimming pool. — Insight Guides

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from $355

Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris

Champs-Elysees 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Set in a 1928 art deco building, the Four Seasons Hotel George V boasts a regular clientele of bona fide royals. — Afar Magazine

Chandeliers, marble and tapestries; glorious flower arrangements; divine bathrooms; and ludicrously comfortable beds in some of the largest rooms in all of Paris. — Time Out

Palatial comfort, space, gastronomy and the most remarkable flower displays in town sum up the sumptuous George V. — The Telegraph

In its latest reincarnation, with all its glitz and glamour, this hotel is one of the best in the world. — Frommer's

The 244 rooms and suites come with full marble bathrooms and large work desks, and some of them benefit from private terraces overlooking the city. — Gayot

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from $1,067

Shangri-La Hotel Paris

Trocadero 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Opened in December 2010, this stellar hotel is already a classic, with half of the rooms facing the Eiffel Tower, and more than 60% with their own balconies. — Fodor's

Because of its meticulous restoration and attention to detail, Shangri-La feels like a boutique hotel, or a museum in which you can spend the night. — Oyster

Airy, light-filled spaces by Pierre Yves Rochon showcase European Empire and minimalist Asian decorative influences. — Afar Magazine

It’s only fitting that the first Shangri-La in Europe would be housed in a Parisian palace. Originally built in 1896 and known as Palais d’Iéna, Shangri-La Hotel, Paris was once the... — Forbes Travel Guide

The 101 suites and bedrooms evoke a grand classical lifestyle, some with balconies from which you can almost touch the Eiffel Tower across the river. — The Telegraph

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from $1,076

Le Royal Monceau-Raffles Paris

Champs-Elysees 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Rates are eye-wateringly expensive -- probably the highest in Paris -- so this resort is only to be considered by those with very deep pockets. — Oyster

Refurbished from top to bottom in 2010, this hotel has been transformed into a 21 C palace...At the cutting edge of modern interior design! — Michelin Guide

A Paris institution since opening in 1928, Le Royal Monceau has been reimagined into a 21st-century celebration of art de vivre. — Gayot

This...property near the Arc de Triomphe is no doubt a luxury hotel, but it also offers a bit more whimsy and playfulness than the city’s collection of “Palace” distinction hotels. — Departures

Stepping through the traditional, dramatic entrance of Le Royal Monceau — Raffles Paris is like being transported into the imagination of Philippe Starck. — Forbes Travel Guide

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Hotel Particulier Montmartre

Montmartre 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Tucked into one of the most charming cobbled corners of Montmartre, this luxe townhouse is a destination for people looking to escape. — BlackBook

The five-suite Hôtel Particulier is an extraordinary guesthouse that skillfully demonstrates how edgy modern design and Old Paris can work in utter harmony. — Concierge

Hidden away behind a cluster of trees, this intimate three-story mansion is Montmartre’s best-kept secret. — DK Eyewitness

This hidden 19th-century mansion, bejewelled with a beautiful walled garden in hilltop Montmartre, is the last word in Parisian chic. — The Telegraph

The secluded locale and one-of-a-kind setting makes one feel privvy to an insider's secret. — Fodor's

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from $484

Hotel Amour

Opera / Bourse 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It's on the pricey side for what it offers, but those interested in an erotic hotel experience may appreciate it for its novelty and trendiness. — Oyster

The brainchild of . . . a former graffiti artist and nightlife entrepreneur who worked with Parisian artists and designers to pull off an edgy balance of style and substance. — Afar Magazine

This hotel features only twenty rooms, varying in size and each styles with a customized theme. — Gayot

A retro-chic café / hotel / restaurant where you’ll meet the coolest people. — On the Grid

André... has reworked this Montmarte building into a hip bobo... flophouse, where the 20 rooms bear the idiosyncrasies of different artists. — Concierge

Park Hyatt Paris - Vendome

Opera / Bourse 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Parisians come just for the lounge, but the beds here ain't bad neither. — BlackBook

All is completely modern inside -- not just contemporary, but luxe modern. — Frommer's

While it may not offer the archly French ambience of the other palace hotels, it is better calibrated to the needs of the international traveler, and easily surpasses the hard-working Marriott. — Star Service

Features include eight meeting rooms, a 24-hour business center, and free Wi-Fi along with four restaurants, a bar, a fitness center, and a full-service spa. — Oyster

It's accented with modern French touches such as bespoke sculpted bronze door and cabinet fittings, underfloor heating, Louvre-quality limestone soaking tubs, and rain showers. — Afar Magazine

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from $724

Saint James Paris - Relais et Chateaux

Paris 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Elegant hotel in a 19th-century limestone mansion, set in magnificent gardens, which is also home to an elite private club. — Andrew Harper

As close to a château hotel as you get in Paris, with its gardens and sweeping drive, assuming its grandeur with a sense of fun. — The Telegraph

Forty-eight delightfully renovated rooms and suites in a garden-surrounded neoclassical mansion built in 1892 in the elegant sixteenth arrondissement. — Condé Nast Traveler

The interiors by designer Bambi Sloan are decked out in vibrant, extravagant furnishings that are simply a joy to behold. — Forbes Travel Guide

A spa, free wireless, and what is probably the city's most glorious hotel staircases forge a loyal following of happy guests and locals who enjoy a clubby, upscale atmosphere day and night. — Fodor's

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from $428

Mama Shelter Paris

Paris 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located in a funky eastern Paris neighborhood, this sassy hotel is an instant hit for its low prices and tongue-in-cheek Philippe Starck decor. — Condé Nast Traveler

Don't expect an ounce of classical Parisian charm—the hotel is an experiment in quirky postmodern countercultural cool. — Fodor's

Rooms... cater to the young set with iMacs, unlimited new-release in-room movies and an on-premise eat-in or takeout pizza counter. — BlackBook

Designed by Philippe Starck, Mama Shelter is located in 20th arrondisement not far from Père Lachaise Cemetery. — Travel + Leisure

This concept hotel designed by Philippe Starck offers exceptionally low prices for nonrefundable reservations; if you require flexibility the prices double. — DK Eyewitness

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from $97

Hotel du Petit Moulin

Le Marais 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Fantastically located in the trendsetting Upper Marais, this former boulangerie in a 17th-century building has been redone by Christian Lacroix. — Travel + Leisure

This fashionable hotel in the Marais was designed by Chris­tian Lacroix using sumptuous fabrics and screen-printed trompe l'œil to create comfort and individuality. — Insight Guides

The designer’s hallmark joie de vivre reigns in the seventeen rooms, each a fusion of different styles. — Rough Guide

An upscale designer sanctuary in the trendy Haut Marais district with antique structural details and eccentric designs by Christian Lacroix. — Oyster

Given that this Marais District hotel was designed by Christian Lacroix, it's no surprise that it's a bit over the top. — Gayot

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from $212

Hotel Barriere Le Fouquet's Paris

Champs-Elysees 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It is equipped with all the state-of-the-art technology you would expect in a modern, luxury establishment. — DK Eyewitness

This luxury hotel follows in the tradition of mythical Parisian brasseries. — Michelin Guide

Steps away from one of the world's most famous streets, the luxury hotel... is recognizable with its uniformed valets, parked sports cars, and elegant Haussmanien entryway. — Fodor's

Located on the Champs Élysées, the Fouquet's Barrière is one of the most famous and exclusive luxury hotels in Paris. — Oyster

At these prices, luxury is a given; it’s the sincerity sans arrogance... that nudges this 21st-century newcomer ahead of other Parisian five-stars. — Travel + Leisure

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from $840

Hotel le Bellechasse

Tour Eiffel / Invalides 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

If you like eclectic modern interior design with no central theme, a tiny boutique hotel right around the corner from the popular Musée d'Orsay, in Saint-Germain, may be a good choice. — Fodor's

A design hotel for the grown-up Saint Germain-loving set. No plastic pillows or ice bars at this one - just a collection of color-saturated rooms from Christian Lacroix. — BlackBook

This is the perfect arena for a romantic weekend or week in Paris—for the right couple. — Star Service

This gem of a hotel, seconds on foot from the Musée d'Orsay, is still one of the city's most fanciful designer hotels. — Frommer's

It's a terrific choice for solo travelers, since the rooms are as intelligently designed as cruise ship cabins, with desks covered in hobnailed black leather. — Concierge

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from $225

Hotel Relais Saint-Germain

Odeon / Saint-Michel 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It's difficult to exaggerate the charm of this deeply personalized and intimate hotel created from side-by-side 17th-century town houses. — Frommer's

Engaging hotel situated on the lively Carrefour de l’Odéon, stylishly transformed from a 17th-century townhouse and renovated by acclaimed chef Yves Camdeborde and his wife, Claudine. — Andrew Harper

This lodging offers a heady dose of joie de vivre in a vibrant neighborhood. Couples and laid-back tourists will enjoy the offerings here, amid the energetic and authentic bustle of the Latin Quarter. — Star Service

The rustic, wood-beamed ceilings remain intact at the Relais Saint-Germain, a 17th-century hotel bought and renovated by much-acclaimed chef Yves Camdeborde. — Time Out

Sandwiched between St-Sulpice and the Jardin du Luxembourg, this little hotel wins for location. — Fodor's

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from $303

Relais Christine

Odeon / Saint-Michel 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This left bank boutique hotel combines the romance of Paris past with the modern convenience of Manhattan present (or Brooklyn, at the very least). — BlackBook

Original painted beams and lounge hung with portraits make you feel as if in you're in your own period mansion. — The Telegraph

A complete renovation, completed in mid-2017, was spearheaded by designer Laura Gonzalez at this Left Bank treasure. — Condé Nast Traveler

Tranquil hotel with a residential atmosphere, occupying a 16th-century mansion on a quiet side street close to the Seine and the Pont Neuf. — Andrew Harper

This exquisite hotel de charme property dates back to the 13th century as a former abbey of the Grands-Augustins and has an impressive stone courtyard and interior garden. — Fodor's

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from $382

Le Pavillon de la Reine

Le Marais 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This is one of the cornerstones of 20th-century boutique hostelry in Paris, a veteran of plush residential design for sophisticated, well-heeled vacationers. Fall sees this landmark... — Star Service

This is the kind of hidden gem that Frommer's readers love, opening as it does onto the most romantic square in Paris. — Frommer's

This elegant and luxurious hotel showcases the discreet noble ambience of the Paris of yesteryear. — Michelin Guide

Part of this lovely hotel dates from the seventeenth century, while the rest is a clever re-creation so that the entire property flows together harmoniously. — Gayot

Exceptionally attractive hotel overlooking the magnificent Place des Vosges in the historic Marais district, an area laced with narrow streets, old homes, shops and cafés. — Andrew Harper

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from $472

Hotel Montalembert

Saint-Germain-des-Pres 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Over the years, we’ve built a lot of wonderful memories here, in part because this is the sort of unpretentious and unfussy hotel that focuses on comfort rather than flash. — goop

Restored to its original splendor, this 1926 Left Bank hotel sports luxurious materials (marble, ebony, sycamore, leather) and designer fabrics and linens. — Gayot

Just like Paris' fashion scene, the hotel Montalembert has an unapologetically elegant style, demonstrated by its spacious, art-filled rooms furnished with a minimalist sleekness. — Mr & Mrs Smith

Near the busy Rue du Bac in the 7th arrondissement, this hotel is a short walk from the atmospheric Boulevard St — Star Service

With just 50 guest rooms - ten of them suites - the Montalembert claims to be the actual source of the 'boutique hotel' appellation. — Wallpaper

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from $385

The Peninsula Paris

Champs-Elysees 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Luxurious hotel in a spectacularly restored and modernized century-old building in the 16th arrondissement, a short stroll from the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Elysées. — Andrew Harper

The lavishly appointed Peninsula raises the bar for luxury hotels in Paris. — Fodor's

Avenue Kléber gem with over-the-top opulence, a luxe spa sanctuary and a rooftop atrium restaurant with Eiffel Tower views. — Jetsetter

A Hong Kong vision of Parisian luxury, lavishly redone with vast corridors, a reception dripping with glass leaves, panelled bar and meticulously restored rococo salon. — The Telegraph

Fraught with bureaucratic hurdles and labor disputes, the lead-up to this hotel's grand opening has not been smooth. And it will be a little while longer until this company's usually... — Star Service

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from $1,066
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