Paris 4-Star Hotels (A-O)
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Hotel Ambassador in the 9th district.
Paris four-star hotels (A-O)
Louis XV is the prevailing style at this renovated 104-room hotel between the
Champs-Elysées and the Seine. Breakfast is served until 2 p.m., and small pets
Clarion St. James & Albany
It's hard to beat this hotel's location on the Rue de Rivoli, facing the
Tuileries Gardens. The handsomely preserved building dates back to 1672, when it
was a private mansion during the reign of Louis the XIV.
Concorde Saint Lazare
The former Grand Hotel Terminus, built for the Great Paris Exhibition of 1889,
is a two-minute walk from the Boulevard Haussmann and major department stores.
Edward VII stayed here regularly before ascending the throne. The hotel,
once a private mansion, is on the avenue de l'Opéra and has 70 soundproofed
Golden Tulip Saint Honoré
Private parking is available at this branch of the Dutch hotel chain, which also
has a spa on the premises. The 72-room hotel's address on the rue de Faubourg-Saint
Honoré is in
prime shopping territory.
Le Meridien Etoile
With 1,025 modern rooms and a location opposite the Palais des Congrès, the
Meridien Etoile is a good choice for conventioneers and business travelers who
want easy access to both central Paris and La Défense by public transportation.
Le Meridien Montparnasse
On the site where Paul Gauguin's studio once stood, a modern 953-room hotel
caters to upscale business and leisure travelers. Rooms for disabled travelers
and non-smokers are available, and the Gare Montparnasse (terminal for TGV
Atlantique trains) is a few blocks away.
Mercure Tour Eiffel
The Dupleix Métro station is just across the street from this modern five-story
hotel in the 15th arrondissement. Three rooms are equipped for disabled guests,
and the breakfast buffet overlooks a flowered patio.