See the latest prices and deals by choosing your dates.
Set in Paris, less than 1 km from Luxembourg Gardens, Hôtel Saint-André des Arts offers air-conditioned rooms and a bar. The interior was super cute and the staff were very helpful and friendly.
Situated 700 metres from Louvre Museum in Paris, Maison Albar Hotels Le Pont-Neuf offers free access to its indoor pool and hot tub. Everything abou this hotel was great!
The Victoire & Germain hotel is located in the Saint-Germain area of Paris, 1 km from Notre-Dame Cathedral and 1.2 km from the Louvre Museum. Nice rooms,good shower,excellent beds and very quiet to sleep...thank you
Hôtel de La Tamise is located in Paris, just opposite the Tuileries Gardens and a few metres from the Louvre Museum. The elegantly-decorated hotel features a 24-hour reception desk and a bar. Very conveniently located to the louvre and other attractions of Paris.
Located in the heart of Paris, Lyric Hôtel Paris is a design hotel just 450 metres from the Opera Garnier. This was my second stay in this hotel. The room was comfortable, clean and quiet.
Located in a pedestrian street in the centre of Paris, Hôtel Le Relais des Halles Paris is 500 metres from the Georges Pompidou Museum. Great location, helpful staff Great accommodation
Located in the heart of Paris, Hotel Moliere is just a 2-minute walk from the Louvre Museum and the Jardin des Tuileries. Cleanliness, location ,the room, the staff .
Le Meurice is a hotel palace located in central Paris. It offers a 2-star Michelin restaurant as well as a spa and a fitness centre with massage treatments. The hotel is simply stunning, as was our room (we were upgraded too which was very much...
This chic hotel is just a 2-minute walk from the prestigious Saint Germain shopping boulevard and the metro station.
Boasting a bar, Cheval Blanc Paris & Dior Spa Cheval Blanc Paris is situated in Paris in the Ile de France region, 400 metres from Louvre Museum and 400 metres from Sainte-Chapelle. The food absolutely so delicious and the best. The best crispy croissants in Paris.
Located in a 17th century building in the heart of the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district, just a 10-minute walk from The Louvre, this hotel offers air-conditioned guestrooms and a courtyard garden. Everything exceed my expetencion The concierge service have been the best I ever get Damien, Oean...
This 17th-century private mansion is set in the Latin Quarter, just 350 metres from Odéon Metro Station. The luxurious hotel offers a jazz bar and an interior courtyard with a fountain. Staff, room decor, food, atmosphere, spa, swimming pool, location...
Nolinski Paris is set in the 1st arr. District in Paris, 500 metres from Tuileries Garden and within easy reach from the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré shopping area. The service of the concierge and the reception was always beyond expectation they always made sure...
Le Relais Saint Honoré is located in central Paris between the Jardin des Tuileries and Opéra Garnier. It offers air-conditioned rooms with satellite TV and free wired internet. We have stayed here before. The staff is pleasant and always ready to help where they can.
Located in the historical district of the right bank, this hotel is set opposite Palais Royal Garden. It offers modern guest rooms with a flat-screen TV and free WiFi access. I stayed here recently for 4 nights for my birthday, genuinely some of the nicest staff I’ve ever...
A 5-minute walk from The Louvre, this refined hotel offers air-conditioned rooms in the very centre of Paris. Notre Dame Cathedral is 1 km away. I chose this hotel because of it’s location, just minutes walk from Les Halles and Pont Neuf.
Unfortunately not all sections were open - and the ticket process is a disgrace (for a capital like Paris...) - no confirmation that I bought and payed the ticket online - no answer to my mail: is everything is ok - the lady at the ticket booth had to call someone by phone (like in the olden days... :-) ) to ask if I really had bought the ticket....!!!
Hard to enjoy because it just gets fuller and fuller! I asked a guard when the best time is to come: THURSDAY, right when it opens. If possible, in January and September. I tried the Audioguide, but didn't really get comfortable using it. It had some good information in the introduction, so I suspect that for others it would be very good. However, I had just had a history major as guide in Versailles with GetYourGuide and that was superb! She also does the Louvre, so that would be my first choice for another visit. Also, the security line at Carrousel du Louvre (Metro: Palais Royal (Musée du Louvre) is about 30-40 min. in comparison with 1 1/2-2 at the Pyramid entrance. They had the visitors for Mona Lisa well controlled so each one had a chance for a good picture.
Amazing place with a lot of fantastic sculptures and paintings. The direction map was really hard to understand probably because the internal structure was comprehensive. It was almost impossible to find your direction without asking a staff or sometimes, even if you have asked. But a definite must-visit even for a second time.
We booked a 3 hr guided tour with the Tour Guys and had a wonderful private experience when the other participants did not show up. Avi was so knowledgeable and catered to our desires. He had a great sense of humor and we really learned a lot about Renaissance art and sculpture. Discovered through him why the pyramid is an apt symbol of the museum.
Mona Lisa is not worth seeing for the Disneyland line that takes over an hour, several flights of stairs and the one minute they allow you 15 feet in front to view it -- IF you can see over the people pushing you down to take their selfies with her. You are better off appreciating it from an art history book.
We only spent a couple of hours here right before closing so it wasn't as crowded. We saw the Mona Lisa and a few other great things. It was long enough for our family. The outside pyramid and fountains were beautiful.
Nice environment and great position (not so far from the metro and the Louvre Museum). Very friendly and professional staff, also nice to have a brief chat with. The room was small but comfortable, with a distinguished style.
Conveniently located close to Jardin Des Tuileries nad Louvre Museum. Friendly receptionists welcomed us. Comfortable double bed, Elevator from tej first floor only. Funty staircase leadind to the rooms😆
The location is perfect, in the Saint Germain des Pres district: Louvre museum is just 10 minutes walk and Notre-Dame a little bit more. The room was clean and the personnel very friendly and helpful
Location is superb, lots of places nearby: Louvre museum, The Arc de Triomphe de l'Étoile, cafes and restaurants, metro access, shopping area; comfortable beds; friendly staff.
The room was very clean and at an amazing location, next to the Opera House of Paris and less than 10 minutes walk to Louvre museum and other significant sights of Paris
Excellent location, 50 meters from the Louvre museum. The room is small, but very comfortable and clean. Everything looks new. The staff is very helpful.
Good location and close to Louvre Museum. Big apartment, clean. Easy and flexible check in and out.
It is near Louvre Museum
Go to the Louvre on a Thursday, it's a lot quieter. Don't queue up at the pyramid; use the underground entrance next to the metro. If you're under 26, don't queue for a ticket, just show your passport at the entrance to the exhibitions
Choose hotels and restaurants that aren't "name-branded" chains. Explore side streets. Go to mass instead of just touring Notre Dame or Sacre Coeur. Visit the Louvre on Sunday when it is free to mingle with the locals. Take the metro instead of cabs. It's cheaper and can be part of the adventure if you live in a city without a subway.
Musee d'Orsay had an exhibition of Van Gogh's work which was amazing. I also really enjoyed Musee Rodin which has his sculptures displayed in the gardens which are worth a visit in their own right. The scent of roses was lovely. It is also great to watch the artists at work in the streets around Sacre Coeur Cathedral. The architecture of buildings in Paris is also really attractive and varied. And then there is the Louvre - really too much to take in on one visit.
Musee du Louvre is, in my opinion, the best starting place. Be prepared to spend a whole day there.
The Louvre and Musee D'Orsay for the major collections and The Orangery for Monet's Waterlillies for a taster of Impressionism.
If you pick your time it is not that busy. Definitely get onto a small group guide of the Louvre though