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Established in one of the most famous and most historical districts of Paris, the Pavillon de la Reine boasts an elegant atmosphere and luxurious accommodations, which only attract those who are willing (and able) to pay for it.
This boutique hotel has 34 rooms, including of the luxury variety. But you don't have to stay in one of the pricier rooms to experience elegant living quarters, as each is plushly decorated with red and gold hues.
The spacious suites inside Les Jardins du Marais allow you plenty of room to stretch out, and should you feel like venturing out of your accommodations, it also boasts a resto, bar, and patio.
The rooms at Eurostars are simple, clean, and sophisticated, and offer free Wifi, desk areas to do work, and the minibar is half off for business travelers, which should make business a little easier to bear.
Built directly next to the St. Martin Canal, Le Citizen is an ideal place to stay if you enjoy relaxing by the waterway, plus each room comes with an iPad, WiFi, and free minibar.