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“Stay in one of the most central hotels in Paris!”“Located just few steps from Saint-Michel square, Holiday Inn Paris Notre Dame is the perf
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“Welcome to HOLIDAY INN Paris St Germain des Pres.”“Ideally situated in the heart of La Rive Gauche , and after a thorough refurbishment in 2
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“23 Non-smoking Rooms”“Express by Holiday Inn Amiens is situated in the heart of the town, close both to the SNC
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Paris -- City of Light and the French capital of romance, culture and politics -- is organized into 20 urban districts called arrondissments -- although the simplest, most recognizable division remains the Right Bank and Left Bank of the River Seine. Each section thrives with individualized character. Classic Parisian attractions like the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, and Arc de Triomphe have been joined by a newer line-up including the Grande Arche de La Défense, the Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie, the Cité de la Musique, and the Bibliothèque François-Mitterrand. Parisian parks, gardens, and the Seine also retain special allure. The pure pleasure of strolling, shopping, and whiling away leisure hours at sidewalk cafes often rivals time spent at heralded museums such as the Louvre, home to Mona Lisa's smile. Outdoor markets abound, among them the Marché Buci and the rue Mouffetard. The trendy Marché Biologique often attracts celebrities shopping among organic dairy products, fresh produce, fish, and seafood. On Sundays, the Paris Art Market is a hot spot showcasing works of painters, sculptors, and photographers.

Attractions range from haut to bas, from cooking demonstrations at the famed Le Cordon Bleu to tours of the Sewers of Paris, highlighted in Victor Hugo's Les Misérables. Actually, the subterranean maze made its mark as early as Circa 1200 when open sewers running along cobblestone streets spread the Black Death. Napoleon's rule brought construction of nearly 20 miles of sewer beneath Paris, followed by subsequent expansion to the present 1,300-mile network. Left Bank sewer tours at Pont de l'Alma often have lines waiting for the short, pungent underground trip. Architectural highlights include the Institut de France, a baroque building with a cupola designed by Louis Le Vau, serving as the seat for all five Academies dominating French intellectual life -- Française, Sciences, Inscriptions et Belles Lettres, Beaux-Arts, and Sciences Morales et Politiques. On boulevard de Clichy is the famed cabaret Moulin Rouge. The Musée d'Orsay, within a spectacularly renovated 19th-century rail terminal, showcases Impressionist paintings, and Napoleon rests in style at the Baroque Eglise du Dome. Whether you want a close view of local culture and cuisine by staying in a modest room in one of the neighborhoods frequented by a famous artist or writer, or treat yourself to world class luxury in one of the finer hotels, the Greater Paris area offers every type of accommodation to fit with any itinerary.

We have organized our listings of Paris' local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Paris area by selecting one of the links shown below.

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·Right Bank
Hotels on Paris' Right Bank, home to the Paris Bourse, the Champs-Elysées and the Louvre.
·Paris Airport - Orly
Hotels at or near Orly Airport (ORY), 10 miles south of the city proper.
·Euro Disney
Hotels in the Marne-La-Vallee area, home to Euro Disneyland, connected to the city center by rail.
·Paris Airport - Charles de Gaulle
Hotels at or near Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG), 15 miles northeast of Paris.
·Greater Paris
Hotels outside the 20 arrondissements in the surrounding metro area.
·Left Bank
Hotels on Paris' Left Bank is home to both the Eiffel Tower and the chic Quartier Latin district.

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Area Facts: The arrondissement in Paris can be determined from the final two digits of the postal code. Hotels with a 75018 postal code, for example, are in the 18th Arrondissement (Montmartre). The international dialing code for France is 33.

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