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Family Friendly hotel Paris

Looking for recommendations for family/kid friendly hotel in Paris. Max per night would be $150.
Thanks
Gladys

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You will need to tell us # of adults & # of children (and aprox. ages) in order to get useful information.

Posted by
122 posts

Number persons per room is not relevant. We are a large group and will split up amongst several rooms to fit available number of beds, etc. we do not want to rent an apartment. Thanks,
Gladys

Posted by
1044 posts

Prices per room vary by number of occupants so knowing the number staying in a room is essential, particularly with a modest budget of around 135€ to 140€ per night. The time of year you are visiting also can have an impact on room cost.

There are a number of family friendly hotels around Disney (Marne-la-Vallée), hotels which will not necessarily charge per occupant and offer much greater flexibility to families. Hotels in Paris are very strict about how many are staying in each room.

Other than room cost, I am not sure what you mean specifically about family friendly hotels.

Posted by
115 posts

Have you not thought of renting apartment? Might be cheaper than hotels

Also, a lot will depend on when you are planning to go - anytime in next 3 months (at least) will be a no go

Posted by
20553 posts

..... we do not want to rent an apartment..... Thought that issue was covered.

A couple of years ago we stayed at Etoile Saint Honore. Very nice with breakfast and afternoon tea. Convenient located just off champs elysees and a couple blocks to the Arc of T.

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I suggest that you look at the Holiday Inn locations on the Left Bank, specifically the Saint Germain des Pres property. The Notre Dame property is good but is most likely over your budget unless you are traveling in the most off of off season. Hotel Joke, which is an Astotel property, might also suit. I find its decor very child friendly and the budget should work and the free afternoon snacks are a plus. Location is not my favorite. All that being said, the most child friendly hotel I have stayed in Paris that might be in budget is the Novotel Gare de Lyon. I stayed there one weekend in 2013 and it was full of children. Why? It has a pool and is on the RER A line that connects Paris to Disney. Children were literally running around and through the lobby to get to the pool. I had not seen before and have not seen since so many children in a hotel in Paris.

The number of people who you expect to be in the room and the time of year are quite relevant to getting some suggestion for a $150 per night budget, which is relatively low for Paris if you traveling at peak times. I know a number of hotels where you can get a double for $150 per night and really none where you can get a room for four people for that same price. In addition, time of year really affects the pricing. I've stayed in hotels in Paris in August and November at rates that were significantly lower than the rates for June of September (peak times with peak prices).