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From Avenue Montaigne and sidewalk cafes to Sacre Coeur Basilica and the Arc de Triomphe, Paris seduces with its glamour, mystery and style. But a Paris vacation doesn't have to mean one big, costly affair. Au contraire. Even on a budget, you can cruise the Siene between visits to the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower and Notre-Dame.

Let CheapTickets help you plan your getaway to the City of Lights. We'll share top free things to do in Paris (or just downright cheap) with these great money-saving tips.

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Hotel Marignan Paris

5 stars
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Hotel Marignan Paris 5 star is ideally located at 12 Rue de Marignan, a quiet street in the 8th Arrondissement, which connects the Champs-Elysees and the Avenue Montaigne, Mecca of Parisian shopping, in the center of the famous "Triangle d'Or of Paris".As the hotel sits only steps from the Grand Palais as well as from many prestigious art galleries, its address has a natural association with both art and culture.The interior architect Pierre Yovanovitch, icon of New French Style, transformed the Hotel Marignan Paris into an island of contemporary luxury, a serene and confidential stop in the heart of the capital.At the Marignan, customer service is about making guests feel welcome and ensuring a bespoke experience. The hotel offers 45 bedrooms and 5 suites, an innovative bar, an "in season" restaurant and a private screening room. All rates include non-alcoholic beverages from the mini-bars, a WIFI broadband Internet access, tax and service. Every room and suite offer in-room Tea and Coffee facility.The decor, service and exceptional location make for an unforgettable and memorable stay in Paris.
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Hotel Aviatic Saint Germain

3 stars
4.2 / 5 19 reviews
Marble floors, 19-century furniture, and warm colorful walls greet guests inside the Hotel Aviatic Saint Germain in Paris, an elaborate boutique venue and the former home of Marquise de Maintenon, wife of King Louis XIV. Find inspiration in this Left Bank retreat where musicians, painters and writers have hung out since 1856. Accommodations range from the Triple Prestige, to the Prestige and Traditional, and although architect F. Foucaut made renovations to the building, its interiors are still rich with chic Parisian heritage. Parking in the area can be a challenge, but the Hotel Aviatic offers drivers garage space (daily charges apply). Key facts42 guestrooms1 suite6 floorsBreakfast room (charge applies)Pets allowed for a small fee (refer to hotel pet policy)24-hour front desk service NeighborhoodThe Hotel Aviatic Saint Germain's location in the Left Bank is certainly an attractive feature. Watch the world go by from nearby Parisian cafes with a sweet pastry and a cup of French coffee, browse historic book shops, and explore museums and galleries like Musee du Montparnasse and Musee Bourdelle. Less than half a mile away is the Tour Montparnasse climb the tower at sunset to really allow the 'City of Light' to capture your imagination. Souvenirs ranging from kitschy to well-crafted can be found at the renowned department store, Le Bon Marche. In essence, Saint Germain is a university district with a youthful ambience and a historic heart. Hints and tipsAsk for a room overlooking the street if you want to see the city awaken in the morning, or for an even more relaxed stay, try accommodations on higher levels that face the courtyard. Breakfasts at the hotel take care of special dietary requirements, including gluten-free items. Policies and FeesPlease contact the front desk for early and late arrivals.Booking more than 4 rooms and/or more than 10 nights is available upon request (special conditions).
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Hotel Beauchamps

4 stars
4.0 / 5 14 reviews
Just steps from the Champs Elysees Avenue, between the chic Rue du Faubourg St Honore and the Montaigne Avenue, hotel Beauchamps is perfectly positioned in this glamorous quartier of Paris, an ideal base for shopping, dining and sightseeing. Our reception team will be delighted to assist you regarding any request you might have, from restaurant reservations to guided tours or strolls in the city, to make your stay unforgettable. The hotel currently offers 89 rooms. Their contemporary, bright design, uses incorporates colours such as cherry red, chocolate & gold or violine & pearl grey (available in our superior & deluxe rooms). The ceruse furniture and wooden floors balance the colours in a harmonious, peaceful way. For those seeking more space and / or a more quiet setting, we offer 4 suites overlooking a courtyard and featuring a lounge area with a sofa-bed. On top of the full-size bathroom of the bed room, our suites' lounges are also equipped with a shower room, for your convenience and comfort.
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Pavillon Opera Bourse

3 stars
2.7 / 5 9 reviews
Safari style in the center of Paris Visitors are pleasantly surprised by the design theme in this heart-of-Paris hotel. Instead of the classic opulence favored in some properties, Pavillon Opera Bourse goes in the opposite direction, embracing a safari theme. The result: dark woods, animal prints and natural materials. The theatrical setting is apropos given the location of the hotel near Folies Bergere. Some rooms treat guests to picturesque windows that frame the stunning Sacre Coeur. Highlights Safari-themed hotel in the heart of ParisSome rooms with views of Sacre Coeur or the Folies BergereBreakfast buffetWi-Fi Rooms Pavillon Opera Bourse leans toward an unexpected design choice that carries throughout the rest of the property: the safari. Tiger prints cover lampshades and throw pillows, while zebras line the bedding and sofas in some rooms. An earthy palette oozes with natural warmth. Beamed wood ceilings showcase exciting angles, including skylights that look out to the stunning Sacre Coeur or Folies Bergeres in some spaces. Standard amenities cover high-speed Internet access and Wi-Fi on demand, satellite TV, mini bar and safe. Features The scenery inside might signal the African jungle, but outside is another story. Guests of Pavillon Opera Bourse are in the heart of the City of Light near Printemps Haussmann, Galeries Lafayette, Opéra Garnier, Opéra Comique and Folies Bergère.   The hotel also invites visitors to enjoy the daily breakfast buffet and stay in touch with friends via public computer equipped with Internet access. Transportation Paris-Orly Airport (10.3 mi/16.5 km)Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport (13.7 mi/22 km) Attractions Centre Georges Pompidou (1 mi/1.6 km)Sacre Coeur and Montmartre (1 mi/1.5 km)Tuileries Gardens (1 mi/1.6 km)The Louvre (1 mi/1.6 km)Champs-Elysées (1.3 mi/2.2 km)Musee D'Orsay (1.3 mi/2.1 km)Notre Dame Cathedral (1.4 mi/2.3 km)The Sorbonne and Latin Quarter (1.8 mi/2.9 km)Eiffel Tower (2.5 mi/4 km)Versailles (3.8 mi/6.2 km) Business Meeting room for 18 guests or 25 guests for a cocktail partyLarge flat-screen TV Policies and fees The hotel charges 14 euros per night for the buffet breakfast (optional)
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Madison Hotel Paris

4 stars
4.3 / 5 7 reviews
* Just a few steps away from the Seine, surrounded by art galleries, museums, antiques shops as well as the most prestigious fashion boutiques, The Madison Hotel is a unique address...The professional and attentive staff is eager to make guests feel like "home away from home". Built in 1925, the Madison Hotel has an elegant facade on the Boulevard Saint Germain and a history that is tied up with that of this literary area. This is where Camus wrote "The Outsider", and the area has been the haunt of countless famous people ' the Cafe de Flore ist just across the Boulevard.Part of the Maurice Hurand hotel group since 1984, the hotel features 54 traditional, elegant rooms, each with its own different ambiance and decor. With two lounges in different styles, sunny colours and a certain eclecticism, the mainly traditional style of the Madison is complemented by a happy, refreshing informality.All different, all traditional and subtly rich-looking, the bedrooms vary in tone, sometimes understated, sometimes romantic or inspired by Provence, as with the suite on the top floor. The rooms either overlook the Boulevard Saint Germain, or a little courtyard from the third floor upwards. They are well soundproofed. The top floors enjoy lovely views across Paris.The bathrooms are covered with either coloured glazed tiles (brown, burgundy, red or beige) or Italian tiling in soft colours. Most bathrooms have bathtubs with modern tap fittings.Much of the furniture comes from antiques markets, as well as the paintings and fine, light charcoal drawings. The hot and cold buffet breakfast is served in a room in the style of a Provencal kitchen, which opens onto the ground-floor dining room. A very wide choice is on offer, from fruit juice, fresh fruit and fruit salad, small pots of jam and mini pastries, to cold meats, a wonderful cheeseboard, scrambled eggs with cold cuts, pancakes and a variety of other items.
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Departure Arrival Travel dates Round-trip
New York Paris Mon, Feb 16 - Thu, Feb 26 $612
Los Angeles Paris Mon, Feb 9 - Sun, Feb 22 $786
San Francisco Paris Wed, Feb 25 - Wed, Mar 4 $1,019
Newark Paris Tue, Mar 10 - Tue, Mar 17 $779
Boston Paris Mon, Mar 2 - Tue, Mar 10 $773
Chicago Paris Wed, Mar 25 - Thu, Apr 2 $873
Washington DC Paris Mon, Mar 2 - Sun, Mar 15 $636
Miami Paris Mon, Mar 2 - Fri, Mar 13 $618
Mexico City Paris Sat, Feb 21 - Fri, Feb 27 $803
Seattle Paris Mon, Feb 9 - Tue, Feb 17 $922
Philadelphia Paris Wed, Feb 4 - Wed, Feb 11 $995
Atlanta Paris Thu, Mar 12 - Thu, Mar 19 $950
Denver Paris Mon, Feb 9 - Mon, Feb 23 $1,007
Montreal Paris Wed, Jan 28 - Mon, Feb 2 $569
Rome Paris Tue, Feb 17 - Tue, Feb 24 $324
London Paris Mon, Feb 9 - Wed, Feb 18 $180
Amsterdam Paris Sat, Feb 21 - Mon, Mar 2 $178
Barcelona Paris Wed, Feb 4 - Wed, Feb 11 $144
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Best time to take a vacation to Paris

  • Best Time to Go

    The best time for Paris vacations is during the summer. Because summer is the peak season, expect to book your hotel and flight early. The perks of summer Paris travel include events like the Fete de la Musique festival and the sales season all round. The wintertime may not be a favorite in terms of weather, but airline and accommodation prices are at its best, and you can still visit tourist attractions while avoiding the crowds.

Insider tips for Paris travel

  • Seine

    Take a boat tour along the river Seine for great views of Paris’ city architecture.

  • Louvre Museum

    Visit the Louvre museum that houses the most amazing antiquities and artwork in the world, from the famous Mona Lisa portrait to the statue of Venus de Milo.

  • Parisian Nightlife

    Want to check out the Parisian nightlife? Check out Menilmontat and Gambetta, nestled around Oberkampf and Belleville. Its bars are still relatively clear of tourists and offers affordable pricing.

  • Les Halles

    Treat yourself to the great food and wines at Les Halles. With a unique array for your palate, such as the Basque country trout with avocado and coriander flowers, and a basement filled with the best wine selections, prepare yourself for a treat to remember.

  • Historical Monuments

    With more than 3800 historical monuments to its name, expect to be enchanted by ancient structures like the cathedral Notre Dame de Paris, built circa 12th century and the Tuileries Garden, located near the Louvre and the banks of Seine.

Paris highlights

  • Paris highlights
  • Art museum discounts and free admission days

    While having a Paris Museum Pass in your arsenal will save you money (unlimited visits to over 60 museums) and time (skip the long lines), you may want to center your art hops around free admission days. The Louvre, Musee d'Orsay and Centre Pompidou are free on first Sundays. (Better still, some of the city's masterpieces are on display in Paris churches at no cost.)

  • The Eiffel Tower

    You can splurge on an elevator ride to the top, but if you're willing to take the stairs, you can reach the 2nd level for only a few Euros. Then again, the best things in life really are free: View the tower at night when it sparkles each hour with thousands of glittering lights.

  • Notre-Dame Cathedral

    Discover flying buttresses, relics and artwork inside Notre-Dame at no charge. But for that priceless gargoyle's-eye-view of the city, visit on first Sundays from October through March when climbing the North Tower is free.

  • Free ice skating rinks

    Lace up for the temporary rinks set up at the Hotel de Ville and the Gare Montparnasse each winter. Pay a small fee for skate rentals, and then glide with a clear conscience: Admission is free.

  • Free concerts and music performances

    Music is everywhere in Paris churches, from choral practices and Masses to full-blown classical concerts. Pew-hop to performances in La Madeleine, St-Germain-des-Pres, Saint-Eustache or Notre-Dame – many of which are free. Check with church websites or the Paris Tourist Office for event listings. But if jazz, electronic and rock get your toes tapping, visit during the annual La Fête de la Musique (June 21) when Paris streets and cafés come alive at sundown.

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