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Recommendation for accommodations in Paris

We are traveling to Paris over Easter break with our three adult children. Do you have any recommendation for a nice but reasonably priced hotel or B&B? Thank you in advance for your help!

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You probably will get more and better responses by posting in the correct section --- Destination --Q & A, France. This section is for reviewing things in France. But skim through the reviews and will have evaluations of Paris hotels.

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It would also be really helpful to define (in terms of euros per night) what you consider "reasonably priced". Are you looking for a double and a triple in a hotel? Two doubles and a single? A double and three singles? An apartment?

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ebevilac - Here are a few hotels you might like and they are centrally located within walking distance of attractions

Hotel des Deux-Iles -

Hotel du jeu de paumme -

Hotel College de France -

Villa Pantheon -

Here is a link to airbnbs in Paris.

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How many people are traveling? Since you said “We are traveling...”, I assume there are two of you plus three other adults. I spent a ton of time researching hotels and apartments for our stay last November with two teens (4 people total). I wanted a central location (5th or 6th arr preferred), two bathrooms and 4 real beds (no sofa beds) and a washing machine. And I wanted a legal rental. Budget of 300€/night (which is way more than what I consider “reasonable” for many cities). After a while I felt like I was looking for a unicorn!

We ended up staying at Hotel Residence des Artes, very close to Notre Dame and loved it. No washer, but met all our other needs. We rented an “apartment”, which is actually two double rooms, one with a sofa bed. Both rooms have minibars, and the room with the sofa bed also has a microwave, two burner stove and sink in the kitchenette.

If you want an apartment with 5 or more real beds, you’re probably going to need to budget over 400€/night. This would be considered a 4 bedroom, since a living room with a sofabed is considered a bedroom. Also be aware that a “bathroom” may or may not include a toilet. Often “2 bath” means a room with a shower, and a separate room with a toilet. Not helpful when 5 people are trying to get ready!