Book A Room In Paris And Save Money!
The Eiffel Tower… The Louvre… boutique shopping… quaint cafes… There are limitless ways to spend your money in Paris, so it’s perfectly understandable if you don’t want to blow all your cash on a hotel room. We don’t blame you! The good news is that Book-A-Room.com makes it easier than ever to Book a Room in Paris that is comfortable, conveniently located and polished.
How To Book A Room In Paris in 6 Easy Steps
You can book a room in Paris that perfectly meets your needs in six easy steps:
- Enter the city name, travel dates (if known) and the number of rooms needed on our homepage. Click search!
- Look at the left-hand column. Here you can sort the listings by price range, star rating, or amenities, such as: business center, fitness center, free internet, free parking, wheelchair accessible, pet-friendly, non-smoking, swimming pool, etc. You can also search by hotel name, sift through various chains, search a particular neighborhood, or find the hotels nearest a certain landmark like the Champs-Élysées or Jardin du Luxembourg.
- Below the gray bar in the middle of the screen, you should see a “Sort by” option. Now you can peruse the narrowed-down list by: Most Popular, Lowest Price, Highest Price, Star Rating, Guest Score, or Hotel Name.
- If you prefer, check out the “Map View” by clicking on “Map” instead of “List” in the upper right corner.
- Investigate a hotel further by clicking on the name. You’ll see photos, amenity lists and descriptions compiled from various travel sites like Orbitz, Travelocity, Expedia, Hotels.com and Priceline. At a glance and all on one page, you can see the room types, the prices, the amenities, guest reviews and a description of the premises.
- From here, you may continue searching or click to “Book Now.” We also have a 24/7 customer service hotel to help you book a room in Paris that perfectly meets your needs.
Book A Room In Paris: A Few Suggestions
According to the most recent data, the following hotels in Paris are preferred by guests using our site:
- Le Méridien Etoile ($239/night)
- Paris Marriott Hotel Champs-Elysees ($732/night)
- Hotel du Louvre, a Hyatt Hotel ($389/night)
- Holiday Inn Garde de l’Est ($118/night)
- Chambellen Morgane ($174/night)
As you can see, the prices range considerably. Some people want ultimate luxury during their stay, while others just need a clean place to rest their heads. We recommend sorting the list of Paris hotels by “Guest Score.” Then just scroll down to find a price that looks favorable to you. For instance, the Holiday Inn Paris-Auteuil is ranked #13 in top-reviewed hotels, but rooms start at a reasonable $120/night. Sure, you could just try searching by cheapest price to find rooms as low as $50/night, but you’ll find the reviews aren’t very favorable.
“Smelly,” “dirty,” “noisy,” “hard to find parking” – these are all descriptions that aren’t likely to sell a particular hotel room. But thanks to Book-A-Room.com, you’ll know what’s in store before you book a room in Paris. Don’t settle for sites that don’t tell you exactly where you are booking until you’ve paid! We guarantee the lowest advertised prices online. Call us at any time, 24/7, for assistance with your accommodations.
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