Paris 3-Star Hotels (A-O)
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ABOVE: Breakfast room of the Hotel Louvre
Paris three-star hotels (A-O)
The Opéra Garnier, department stores, and Montmartre are all within easy walking
distance of the Astoria Opera, which is located in the 8th arrondissement.
Pets are welcome at the Axel, a 38-room Best Western affiliate near the Folies
Bergère and the Rue Montmartre Métro
Hotel Le Belmont occupies a renovated older building on the Right Bank, 100
meters from the Champs-Elysées. Single, double, and
triple rooms are available.
The Hotel Danou Opéra is close to the Opéra Garnier and within a few blocks of
the Place Vendôme. Triple and handicapped-accessible rooms are available.
This superior three-star hotel is in a quiet street just off the rue Lafayette
in the 9th district, near major department stores and tourist attractions. It
was completely renovated in 1997.
This Left Bank hotel is in the once Bohemian and now trendy 6th Arrondissement,
not far from the Boulevard St-Germaine. It has 30 rooms, each with private
bathroom, safe, and satellite TV.
Ducs de Bourgogne
It's hard to beat this hotel's location in the 1st arrondissement: It's
on the Rue du Pont Neuf between the Chatelet-Les Halles RER station and the
Île de la Cité, making it convenient for travel to
or from Charles de Gaulle Airport. Triple rooms are available; if your third
guest is too big for a child's rollaway, use the reservation form's comment box
to request rates for a superior triple or adjoining doubles.
Des Trois Pouissins
In summer, a patio with flowers adds to the "serene environment and sweet
atmosphere" of this 40-room hotel on the Right Bank. The vaulted breakfast room
resembles a wine cellar.
Walk to the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, or shopping on the Avenue Victor
Hugo. The hotel, on the rue Saint Didier, accepts pets and is a Best Western
Holiday Inn Bastille
This isn't your father's Holiday Inn. It occupies a renovated 1913 building near
the Place de la Bastille and the Place des Vosges, just 100 meters from a Métro
stop and two minutes from the Gare de Lyon.
Three women bought this hotel a couple of years ago and overhauled it from top
to bottom, with everything from new plumbing to a completely new decor. The
hotel now has three stars; it occupies a 19th Century building in the 11th
district near the Panthéon.