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Two beds In Paris please?

Bonjour, I will be visiting Paris for 9 nights in mid April with my daughter. Would you please suggest a B and B or hotel that offers two beds in a price range of 125-175 Euros per night, ideally including breakfast? We would like to stay in St. Germain, the Marais or one of the other central neighborhoods.
Merci.

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Check hotels out using booking.com -- you can specify 2 people, 2 beds, and your price range.

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Don’t know if it’s in your price range ( April is such a popular month ) but I’ve stayed at Hotel Le Regent which is in the 6th and it’s lovely - very helpful staff also - however I’ve only ever stayed in their deluxe rooms as their standard rooms are really tiny .

I’ve also stayed at Hotel Eugenie - it’s not fancy - but y 18 yr old daughter and I liked it fine and location is excellent . I think it is a bit cheaper than the Regent also

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A couple of places I've stayed in the areas you're describing are Hôtel de Lille in Sant Germain and Hôtel Caron in the Marais. Both were fine for us. I would assume each would offer rooms with two single beds. I believe both serve breakfast, but a better value often can be had by stopping by a larger boulangerie that has seating for breakfast. An example would be boulangerie Miss Manon near Hôtel Caron.

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You might consider checking the charming Hôtel Marais Paris Caron Beaumarchais. We stayed there a few years ago. We enjoyed the Marais area. It was centrally located, steps from bus service, restaurants, sights, and the vibe of Le Marais. I am not familiar with pricing for April or availability of two beds. Breakfast was extra but that said, we found one breakfast was plenty for the two of us. We would stay there again.

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Be sure to ask for a twin bed room as opposed to a double room.

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We stayed at the Hotel Residence des Artes and LOVED it. The location is perfect and rooms are huge by Paris standards. I wouldn’t pay for breakfast at a hotel in Paris. You’ll find cheaper and better breakfast at a bakery. Coffe, juice and croissant for €5, or a wonderful crepe. Most hotels charge €12+ for the same.

Do splurge on a cinnamon or cardamom roll from Circus bakery. Amazing and well worth €6.