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A city known for its high-end culture and year-round fashion scene, Paris is the land of indulgence as well as a great place to kick back after long flight. Whether you’re arriving from Charles de Gaulle Airport or Paris Orly International, countless mainstay hotels offer a balance of convenience and luxury near the main airports as well as the heart of the city. Make sure each part of your trip stays easy by doing some planning ahead of time, not only by figuring out which hotel to stay at but how your hotel can help you get around. Many of the hotels provide transportation in the form of complimentary shuttles as well as close access to the Paris Metro - those who want extra freedom to explore the capital can also get transfers from various private rentals ranging from simple sedans to spacious SUVs, plus the apt luxury of a stretched limousine.
Get lost in the city’s sounds, flavors and entertainment by making sure your hotel’s right where you want it to be. Business travelers planning to stay close to the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles can choose between Hotel Mercure 4-star elegance that includes on-site French dining & a swanky bar, or go simple with the minimalist but modern suites at Hotel Novotel. Those interested in the most opulent choices have a wide variety of options ranging from the personal butlers & on-site spa of La Réserve to chic riverside eats & plush rooms at Mandarin Oriental. Also keep added transportation perks in mind, whether it be through various hotels along Allée du Verger (Orchard Driveway) that provide shuttles to Charles de Gaulle Airport or close access to the Metro through stays like K+K Hotel Cayré and the park-side elegance of Saint James Paris.
Make the day très bien by not only enjoying the perks of your hotel but what’s around it, whether you’re a family looking forward to a stroll through The Louvre or a couple of newlyweds interested in romantic evenings atop the Eiffel Tower. Walk through historic landmarks that include the 14th-century palace architecture of Conciergerie as well as centuries-old botanical gardens at Jardin des Plantes, not to mention Notre-Dame Cathedral’s iconic ceilings. The city is also home to a bustling arts scene in the neighborhoods of Montmartre and Le Marais, both of which offer world-renowned exhibits on various artists, from Salvador Dali to Pierre Cardin. And don’t forget to end the evening at the most popular eateries, choosing between haute French at Restaurant Guy Savoy or casual hamburgers from Il Était Un Square.