C$ 95 - C$ 458
|CHEAPEST NEIGHBOURHOOD IN PARIS||La Chapelle||57% cheaper||Hotels in La Chapelle are the cheapest in Paris at just C$ 95 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE NEIGHBOURHOOD IN PARIS||8th arrondissement||51% more expensive||8th arrondissement has the highest priced hotels in Paris with rooms averaging C$ 458 per night|
|MOST POPULAR NEIGHBOURHOOD IN PARIS||8th arrondissement||68% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in 8th arrondissement than any other neighbourhood in Paris|
The average price for hotels near Eiffel Tower is C$ 430 per night. Of those hotels, momondo users recommend the 11 hotels below for those looking to stay in the area. Since Eiffel Tower is more popular at some times of year than others, prices may vary depending on when you plan your trip. Hotels near Eiffel Tower are typically 60% more expensive than the average hotel in Paris, which is C$ 171.
|Low season||June||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||November||most expensive time to stay|
|24%||expected price decrease|
|38%||expected price increase|
C$ 158 - C$ 334
|Highest day of week||Friday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|Cheapest day of week||Thursday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|C$ 378||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|C$ 143||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|Cheapest time to book||The cheapest time to book hotels in Paris is: 1-2 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 3 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 4-5 star, 45 days before.|
C$ 81 - C$ 95
C$ 141 - C$ 164
C$ 269 - C$ 276
Paris comes alive from March – May when average temperatures range from 12 – 20 degrees Celsius and colourful spring blooms dominate the parks and gardens in the city. This is a good time for outdoor activities like cycling, walking and picnics. Peak tourist season is during the warmer months of June – August when the city receives more than 8 hours of sunshine daily. However, there can be unexpected showers during this time so remember to keep an umbrella handy. From September – November the average temperatures are approximately 10 – 15 degrees Celsius and the nights are cooler. Autumn is also a good time to visit Paris as the crowds are smaller and accommodation rates are relatively cheaper. The peak winter months are from December – February the temperature can sometimes drop to 1 degree Celsius. If you do plan to visit during this time be sure to pack enough warm clothing.
Many of the popular attractions in Paris are located in a compact area and you may quite enjoy walking around the city for a first-hand Parisian experience. Paris is however, a large city and the Seine river divides it into the Right Bank and Left Bank. Paris is further divided into 20 municipal districts called arrondissements and all the districts are well-connected by the large public transport network. Use the RATP-operated metro or bus and pay €1.90 EUR for a single ride. A 1-day Mobilis Pass which allows unlimited journeys within select zones on all modes of transport starts at €7.50 EUR. For visiting the Palace of Versailles or Disneyland you may have to use the RER-operated trains. Taxis are easily available at any time of the day and you can identify the official taxis by the ‘Taxi Parisien’ sign on the roof of the vehicle.
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Paris, sometimes called the ‘City of Lights’ and ‘City of Love’, exudes luxury and romance. As you move from one neighbourhood to another, you will notice a change in ambience and landscape and a distinct mood that each area offers, while still retaining its Parisian ethos.
Champs-Élysées – luxury
Champs-Élysées is one of the most expensive neighborhoods of Paris and is home to a multitude of luxury hotels and high-fashion shops. Some of the most famous Paris landmarks such as Arc de Triomphe de l’Étoile, Tuileries Garden, and the Place de la Concorde are in this area. For excellent views of the Eiffel Tower, stay at the upscale Hotel De Sers which boasts a sleek cum quirky décor and panoramic terraces on its top floor suites. For luxury accommodation, stay at the iconic hotel Le Bristol, which promises historic grandeur and gastronomic excellence.
Le Marais – Parisian glamour
Dotted with narrow lanes, old mansions, and vibrant cafés, bars and restaurants, Le Marais is quintessential Paris, charming and glamorous. This chic area is home to a range of art galleries, museums, the old Jewish quarter near Rue de Rosiers and the splendid Musée Picasso. Enjoy boutique accommodation amid art galleries and fashion shops when you stay at the Hôtel du Petit Moulin. The rooms here are a rich blend of Parisian history with design flair of the legendary fashion designer, Christian Lacroix. Also check out the decadent Hôtel Bourg-Tibourg for its neo-gothic décor and rooms furnished with rich velvets, silks, and antiques.
Saint-Germaine-des-Prés – history
This is a fashionable, chic neighbourhood in the westernmost section of Paris’ Left Bank. Popular attractions such as the Odeon and Luxembourg Gardens are in this neighbourhood. The picturesque Saint Germaine-des-Prés is dotted with trendy bars and movie houses, expensive art galleries, and some of the best cafés in Paris. Enjoy a luxury stay at Le Saint Hotel Paris or opt for a mid-range budget stay at the upscale literary-themed Le Relais Saint Germain hotel. You also have the Renaissance-inspired Hotel Da Vinci on Rue des Saints-Pères, a short walk from the Louvre Museum.
Montmartre – romance
One of the most romantic neighbourhoods of Paris, Montmartre was originally a hill-top village just outside the city walls. Great artists like Degais, Renoir and Picasso called Montmartre their artistic home. Even today, the area has retained its village-like atmosphere and charm. For a comfortable and cozy stay, checkout the Hotel des Arts which celebrates the artistic heritage of Paris with the artwork of local painters on its exposed brick walls. A block away from the Moulin Rouge cabaret, you have the Hotel La Squara with stylish rooms and modern amenities. La Squara’s hillside restaurants attract hordes of Parisians who come here to enjoy excellent French cuisine. Another option in the heart of Montmartre is the romantic Hotel Montmartre Mon Amour which has rooms decorated around the theme of love.
The Latin Quarter – hip and relaxed
One of the oldest neighbourhoods of Paris this area plays host to several universities and colleges, including the ancient Sorbonne University. Catering to a huge student population the Latin Quarter offers scores of affordable options for food, drink, and entertainment and exudes a hip, laidback vibe. In the heart of the Latin Quarter, near the Contrescarpe you can enjoy country cottage-type accommodation at the Hôtel des Grandes Écoles. Across the street from the Pantheon you have the Hôtel des Grand Hommes which offers refined rooms decorated in 19th-century Empire style paying homage to famous French men buried at the Pantheon. The adjacent Hôtel Les Dammes du Pantheon also has elegant rooms with themed décor paying homage to iconic French women buried at the Pantheon.
Checkout the Hôtel Jeanne d’Arc for a homely budget accommodation in the heart of Le Marais. In the Latin Quarter, you have the Hotel Marignan on Rue de Sommerard, catering to rucksack-toting foreigners and young travelers. Just off Saint Germaine Boulevard and very close to the Notre Dame de Paris, the Welcome Hôtel Paris Saint-Germaine-des-Prés offers budget accommodation in classic rooms with colourful accents. Consider the lively budget hostel, Le Montclair Montmartre for dormitory-style accommodation as well as private rooms. You can also check out Hotel Audran Paris which features clean and comfortable guestrooms located above a lively café, and is a short walk from the Sacré-Coeur Basilica and Moulin Rouge cabaret.
Paris is not just about its globally recognizable sites and monuments. While the icons are indeed a must-see in your itinerary, a visit to Paris is truly complete only when you have soaked in the Parisian culture, appreciated Parisian street art, tasted authentic French food, and admired trendy French fashion at close quarters.
On average, people stay in Paris for a total of 4 nights.
The price of a hotel in Paris depends on several factors such as star rating, location and demand. Generally speaking, the average cost of a hotel is around C$ 192 per night.
Paris hotels are at their most economical to book in the month of June. The rates you are charged may be 24% lower than in the high season, making it the best time to get a great deal.
Wednesday is the day where you will typically find the lowest price for your hotel room in Paris. The highest price tends to be on Thursday.
Per person, per night, a hostel in Paris (or a sub 2-star rated hotel) is priced at C$ 103, on average. This price is C$ 89 cheaper than your average Paris hotel.
When visiting Paris, people tend to book hotels in Le Marais, 8th arrondissement, 18th arrondissement and Saint-Germain-des-Prés.
With generally low rainfall expected (63 mm) and an average temperature of 15 °C, those staying at a hotel in Paris may want to take some time during their visit to go see popular landmarks in the area. Considering the weather during May, attractions worth visiting near Paris are Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, and Arc De Triomphe.
Yes, Paris has 58 vacation rentals available. If you’re interested in a vacation rental in Paris, Apartment WS Hôtel de Ville - Musée Pompidou is the most popular in the city. Compare deals on vacation rentals in Paris.
Campanile Paris 19 - La Villette
147 - 151 Avenue De Flandre, Paris, France
ibis Styles Paris 16 Sud
19 Avenue Ferdinand Buisson, Paris, France
Hotel de Castiglione
40 Rue Du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Paris, France
Novotel Paris Porte De Versailles
4 Av De La Porte De La Plaine, Paris, France
Le VIP Paris
7 Port De La Rapee, Paris, France