Affordable Boutique Hotels in France.
There is no reason to break the bank when staying in Paris or elsewhere in France. Here’s a selection of affordable yet stylish places to hang your head for a night or two.
1. Hôtel Fontaines du Luxembourg is a family-owned hotel a stone’s throw from the Luxembourg gardens in Paris. It’s not only the location that’s appealing; the eclectic, baroque-inspired decor, with shocks of colour, will remind you that this is a unique boutique hotel experience The price is right, starting at under $100 per night.*
4, rue de Vaugirard, in the 6th Arrondissement
01 43 25 35 90
2. Hôtel Sainte-Beuve is a charmer of a Parisian hotel near Montparnasse, the Luxembourg gardens and the Vavin area of Saint-Germain. The service here is extremely kind and personal. I adore the red, homey decor of the lobby and breakfast room, and the rooms are just right for around $200 a night and up.*
9, rue Sainte-Beuve, in the 6th Arrondissement
01 45 48 20 07
3. Le Relais Saint-Sulpice has long been a favourite little hotel of mine, tucked right around the corner from the famous Saint-Sulpice church in the always-chic 6th Arrondissement, on the left bank of Paris. Decorated in a style reminiscent of Paris in the 1920s, the tiny interior courtyard will charm you, as will the rooms. The rates, starting at $300 per night, can’t be beaten for this central area of Paris.*
3, rue Garancière, in the 6th Arrondissement
01 46 33 99 00
4. Taylor Hotel is a two-star hotel near the trendy Canal Saint-Martin area in Paris, with rates starting at only $100 a night. I love the light, airy decor and the location, which is just a short walk to the canal and République.*
6, rue Taylor, in the 10th Arrondissement
01 42 40 11 01
5. Hôtel de Buci is a very chic little hotel in one of the most sought-after parts of the 6th Arrondissement, smack-dab in the middle of the Buci market area. From here you can walk to Notre Dame and the Louvre, and you’ll be staying in style. Rooms run the gamut from more traditional to grand and begin at $300 a night and up.*
22, rue de Buci, in the 6th Arrondissement
01 55 42 74 74
6. Hôtel Jeanne d’Arc is a cute little place that’s been situated in the Marais for many, many years. You’ll find fairly basic rooms without fanfare, but the decor reflects an artistic sensibility. Rates for single rooms begin at under $100, and for doubles, just over. But for this very low price (for Paris, that is), you’ll be right in the middle of the trendiest area in Paris!
3, rue de Jarente, in the 4th Arrondissement
01 48 87 62 11
7. A stay at the Relais Montmartre begins at under $200 a night for a charming and cozy room decorated in a flowery, traditional style. What the hotel lacks in hipness is made up for with its fantastic location, which is right around the corner from the rue Lepic and the café where the movie Amélie was filmed. If you are staying in the darling Montmartre area, this is exactly where you want to be.
6, rue Constance, in the 18th Arrondissement
01 70 64 25 25
8. Near Bergerac, in the Dordogne area of southwestern France, sits Château les Merles, an extremely stylish hotel with rates starting at $150 a night. Posh decor in the 13 rooms and suites awaits you, as does a sparkling pool in the summer. An apartment can also be rented for those travelling en famille. From here you can discover the Dordogne region of France, its lovely wines, châteaux and rivers.
05 53 63 13 42
9. Moulin Renaudiots lies in the Burgundy region, in the eastern part of France, with rooms beginning at around $150 a night. You’ll enjoy minimalist, Danish-inspired design in a fine manor house. It’s located near the village of Autun, not far from the stunning vineyards of the Côte du Beaune, and from here you can go touring and taste the delicious Montrachet, Chassagne and Pommard wines.
Chemin du Vieux Moulin
03 85 86 97 10
10. Provence conjures up images of Peter Mayle books and endlessly gorgeous French summers, but you can end up spending an arm and a leg during a trip here. Thankfully, Le Couvent d’Hérépian, a remodelled 17th-century convent, is a lovely French country-chic abode starting at a mere $150 a night. It has an indoor pool, a spa, a library and 13 suites—meaning you’ll stay in style in the rural Languedoc without forking out too much for it.
2, rue du Couvent
An even more cost-efficient way to tour France is to stay in a gîte or a chambre d’hôte, which you can search for on the web. Gîtes are guesthouses that people rent out on their property, and they can range from plain to spectacular, depending on the style of their owners. Often you can find a place to rent for a week for around $500. A chambre d’hôte is a step down from a hotel; it is more like a bed-and-breakfast in someone’s home, but some can be absolutely marvellous.
Note: Hotels 1–5, noted with an asterisk, give special rates and/or VIP treatment to guests who are Travel Club members of Girls’ Guide to Paris.
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