Destinations in France

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in France

— Lyon, France

(Rated 9.5, 190 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Lyon – and a guest favourite. Located on Fourvière Hill in Lyon and offering panoramic views over the city, Villa Maïa fea ...

— Paris, France

(Rated 9.4, 783 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Paris – and a guest favourite. This 17th-century private mansion is set in the Latin Quarter, just 1,150 feet from Odéon Me ...

— Paris, France

(Rated 9.4, 352 reviews)
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Offering free WiFi throughout, Le Narcisse Blanc & Spa is situated in Paris, in the 7th district. Invalides and Tour-Maubourg Metro Stations are a ...

— Paris, France

(Rated 9.3, 175 reviews)
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Located a 20-minute walk from the Champs Elysées, the Saint-James Paris is situated an elegant 19th-century building set in its own private garden. S ...

— Paris, France

(Rated 9.3, 904 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Paris – and a guest favourite. Nolinski Paris is set in the 1st arr. District in Paris, 1,650 feet from Tuileries Garden and ...

— Paris, France

(Rated 9.2, 284 reviews)
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This boutique hotel is set in a 17th century mansion in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, just 2,300 feet from Notre-Dame Cathedral. It has a 150 ...

— Marseille, France

(Rated 9.2, 557 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Marseille.Featuring a grand piano, HOTEL C2, located in the Pierre Puget courtyard in Marseille, is a 19th-century private man ...

France - The Land Of Love

Journey to a land that has inspired millions of dreamers, revolutionaries and artists worldwide. The world’s most visited country, France is home to a history and culture like no other. The French are known for their diversity, boldness and flair - which is evident in the glamorous capital city of Paris, a perfect romantic setting where love is always in the air. While in Paris you have to visit the Eiffel Tower which needs no introduction, and the incredible Arc de Triomphe, a monument honouring those who fought and died during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars. Then there’s the natural wonders this country so elegantly flaunts. Look beyond the bustling cities and you’ll find rolling countrysides, gentle mountains and white Mediterranean beaches. If you’re up for a dip, soak up the sun and sand at the beaches of Cote d’Azur, or if you’re a sucker for fairytale-esk castles and exquisite gardens - you can’t miss the Loire Valley. The majestic peaks of the French Alps are also a must-see for mountaineers and explorers.

Travel France

Taste Immaculate Cuisine At A Paris Bistro

Bistro’s are all the rage in the romantic capital. Néo-bistro’s (new bistro) are small, casual addresses serving the finest cuisine you’ll taste anywhere in the world. A couple of bistro’s you have to check out are “Les Cocottes,” which is near the Eiffel Tower, or the delightful “Le Bon Georges,” where the menu changes almost daily.

View Paris From The Eiffel Tower

You haven’t fully experienced Paris until you’ve seen it from the top of the Eiffel Tower. Be sure to snap a pic of yourself standing in front of this world famous monument, or buy a crêpe and take a brisk bike ride on the streets below. On special occasions the tower also puts on a fantastic light show, where all of the 324 meter tower glows a different colour.

Visit The Châteaux Loire Valley

The Loire is one of France’s last wild rivers, flowing over 1000 km into the Atlantic Ocean. The banks of this mighty river tell the story of 1000 years of French high society. The valley is filled with beautiful châteaux complete with turrets, vast ballrooms, as well as cupolas and chapels. If you like romantic settings, be sure to check out the Villandry and it’s maze-like gardens, as well as the beautiful village of Beauregard.

Tips and Travel Information For France

Money The currency in France is the euro (€). You’ll find ATMs at every airport and most train stations. They can also be found on street corners of most towns and cities. Credit and debit cards are accepted almost everywhere in France, and usually offer better exchange rates than cheque or cash exchanges. Visa, MasterCard and Amex are regularly accepted. Getting Around Most of the local transit networks in France are reliable and cost anywhere between €1-3 euros. Larger cities and towns will have regular bus, train and tram systems. Another option is to use a carpooling service and catch a ride with the locals between cities. “BlaBlaCar” being the most popular carpool company. Best Time To Visit Peak Season (Jul & Aug) Moderate (Apr - Jun & Sep) Quiet Season (Oct - Mar) High season in France comes in the months of July and August. During this time expect queues around the bigger tourist attractions and on the roads. Low season in France is between the months of October and March. During this time prices will be 50% lower than high season. Just be aware attractions and restaurants may be open less days and for shorter hours.

Find Boutique Hotels In France

Stay somewhere just as elegant as the country you’re exploring. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in France.