Top 10 Most Expensive Hotels In Paris

One of the most expensive places for tourism is Paris. Hundreds of tourists visit Paris every year and have the time of their lives. There is no way that the city of Paris will let you feel any boredom. The natural beauty, places to visit, the exquisite fashion and amazing hotels and restaurants attract tourists to visit and see the charming Paris. It is located on the beautiful Seine River and is a city of lights. Your vacations will be more amusing if the hotel is majestic and has comfort. The unsurpassed attraction of Paris is that it has the finest hotels and accommodations for everyone including the businessmen, celebrities and ordinary people. Some of the hotels are 80 years old and are designed since the 19th century with majestic architecture and interior.Here are the top 10 most expensive hotels in Paris

 

10. Pavillon De La Reine

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This four star hotel is located in the Place Des Voges and a five minute walk from the Chemin Vert Metro Station. The hotel Pavilion De La Rein offers an elegant and a classy atmosphere for its guests and for its visitors. The hotel has French and Korean art displayed all over and each room in the hotel has its own standard style with very facility which the guest might need which includes Wi-Fi, even an iPod so you can listen to whatever you want to. The hotel is located in such a way that you can see every aspect of Paris. The hotel has a wonderful library and if you want to relax you can always visit the spa which offers a Turkish bath. The staff is extremely friendly and everything in the hotel is just perfect including the food. This hotel of Paris because of its interior and exterior is the most expensive hotel of Paris and charges $518 per night.

 

9. Hotel Raphael

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Hotel Raphael is one of the leading and expensive hotels of Paris. This spectacular hotel overlooks the Eiffel Tower and has a splendid rooftop restaurant with excellent food. From the rooftop you can view the amazing sights of Paris. It has amazing interior with damask wallpaper and grand antiques. This hotel has preserved some sumptuous antiques like large armoires and tall windows like they were in old days in 1925.

 

8. Radisson Blu Hotel Champs Elysees

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With 46 rooms in and positioned in a magnificent location of Paris of the Golden Triangle the Radisson Blu Hotel comes in the top list of the most expensive hotels of Paris. This hotel has excellent French cuisine and also has terrace dining in summers. The rooms are absolutely gorgeous and you will find everything which you might need. You can also bring along your pets and the hotel will take care of it. The hotel has a bar, laundry service and free breakfast available.

 

7. Sofitel Paris Le Faubourg

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This hotel is exceptionally beautiful and has a majestic decorated interior and the rooms and the suites are spectacular with much comfort and relaxation. The bathrooms have steam showers and Jacuzzis and hundreds of people stay in these rooms and suites for business purposes and for vacations. Each room is marbled and has a comfortable bed and sitting. The room costs about $645 per night.

 

6. Renaissance Paris, Vendome Hotel

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This hotel charges $650 per night and has the best room services provided. The spacious rooms have a balcony, comfortable beds and also a living area inside. The facilities of gym, library and swimming pool are available. You can easily visit the famous attractions of Paris the Orsay, Louvre Museum and the Seine River as they are just a few miles away.

 

5. Le Royal Monceau Raffles Paris

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Known as the French masterpiece this hotel is on a walking distance from the Champs Elysees and the Arc de Triomphe. The hotel milieu is absolutely stunning with indoor library, swimming pools, bars, restaurants and a cinema. The guests don’t feel the need to go out as they have all the entertainment under one roof. The air-conditioned rooms are extremely relaxing and each has their separate dressing areas and has the satellite TV’s and access to high speed internet. The rooms are designed beautifully by Philippe Starck.

 

4. Hotel Fouquet’s Barriere

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The hotel is famous among the tourists and is the perfect lodging for people travelling from out of the country. The interior designed by Jacques Garcia is indeed splendid. The hotel Fouquet is a designed contemporary hotel and has been proved to be the best hotels of Paris. With 3 restaurants and 2 bars this hotel has everything which a five-star hotel should have. The hotel always has special privileges waiting for its guests and has swimming pools, library and a cinema.

 

3. Park Hyatt Paris

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Park Hyatt comes in the 5 star hotel of Paris and one night spent at a room in Park Hyatt will make you relish the illuminations of Paris. A few minutes’ walk from the Opera Garnier and located closely to Vendome this hotel definitely comes in the expensive hotel of Paris. From the presidential suite to deluxe rooms the each one has magnetic interior and architecture. The architecture and design of this prestigious hotel has been presented by the famous Ed Tuttle and the hotel clearly speaks of the takent he has. The hotel also has a romantic package which is perfect for newlyweds and couple including breakfast in bed and complimentary champagne. The hotel has some of the finest restaurants in the hotel including Le Pur’, which is a Michelin star holder. It also has halls for conferences and marriages and some of the fine and elite parties are held in the Park Hyatt.

 

2. Prince De Galles, A luxury collection hotel

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The Prince De Galles hotel has been on the same location for the past 80 years and comes in the classiest destination of the city because of its locality. It is located centrally on Avenue George V and is near the grandiose Dior and Cartier. The famous milestones of Paris, the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe are steps away from this hotel. The hotel has the world class best international and traditional cuisine and is quite famous among celebrities. The hotel charges $1120 per night and with 115 guest rooms and 45 splendid suites this hotel offers great service to each and every guest. This hotel has been recently renovated with the budget of a $100 million and the hands of the famous French designer Pierre-Yves Rochon were behind it.

 

1. Mandarin Oriental

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With a casino, a bakery with delicious bakery-items, 39 suites and 99 luxurious rooms the stay in this hotel will be marvelous. Each of the room is spacious designed according to the guest comfort and has their own view like the beautiful and alluring gardens and monuments.

The life inside the Mandarin Oriental is always exiting and something entertaining is always up for its guests. You can always visit the stunning Tuileries garden, the Louvre and the Opera Garnier which are on a walking distance from the hotel. It also has a swimming pool, lobby and laundry service and your stay at the Mandarin Hotel will be indeed memorable and very contented.

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  1. When I do look for those prices I always said -only creatures from space can pay so much for luxury.They dont care about another people ,they not one of us.When is so much tragedy and povery on our planet -Im thinking if they can sleep with clear hart and mind?? Those stupid 1 night in luxury can feed a lot of children People wake up! be human not a luxury puppets!!

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