Guide to
Romantic Paris Hotels

Paris — the name alone makes you think of romance. And doesn't simply dreaming about spending time in one of the romantic Paris hotels put you in a good mood?

Imagine breakfasting on your own private terrasse, or having champagne stocked in your minbar, or a romantic walk in the fabulous Jardin des Tuileries at dusk.

There's a wonderful feeling of romance everywhere when you're in Paris.

If anything like that appeals to you (and how could it not?), you can find a romantic hotel to deliver these special touches — and much more.

In this article we review some of our favorite Paris Romantic Hotels, where you'll find cozy rooms filled with a mix of antique and modern décor, comfy duvets, and best of all — serenity!

So, allons-y, let's go on a virtual journey to find the perfect romantic Paris hotel for you and that special someone.

Relais Christine

Relais Christine

star star star star
6th Arrondissement, Latin Quarter
Metro: Odéon, Saint Germain

This romantic hotel is tucked away on a quiet courtyard on a narrow, tiny street just steps away from the buzz of cafés, restaurants and shops of Saint Germain.

Relais Christine is like a country mansion surrounded by the best of Paris. All the rooms are tasteful, tranquil and comfortable.

And as for romance, in the evening you and your sweetie can snuggle up by the fireplace in the lounge or relax in the spa. The jacuzzi is decorated with mosaic tiles and there's a classic Finnish sauna as well.

Victoria Palace


star star star star
6th Arrondissement, Montparnasse
Metro: Saint Placide

Sometimes you actually get more than you pay for! Traveler reviews call this romantic hotel "a hidden gem" and rave about the "wonderful service".

Victoria Palace is full romantic touches — plush bathrobes and slippers, fresh toiletries twice a day, a turn-down service and plenty of thick towels.

Situated between Montparnasse and Luxembourg in a classic neighborhood, this Paris hotel is on a quiet, narrow street running between Rue de Vaugirard and Rue de Rennes.

Hotel Meurice Paris

A Paris Insiders Guide Favourite.

Hotel Meurice Paris

star star star star star
1st Arrondissement, Louvre
Metro: Tuileries

We may be stating the obvious, but romantic hotels just don't get better than this.

Hotel Meurice Paris has designed a perfect romance package called La Vie en Rose with plenty of pleasant surprises for your stay. Start with the bottle of rosé Champagne, the bouquet of roses and the plate of rose-colored patisseries that welcome you in your very luxurious room. Oh, and there's free access to the sauna.

A starry nighttime stroll through the Tuileries, holding hands, will set the mood for a fantastic gourmet meal in the hotel's Michelin 3-star restaurant.

Hotel le Marquis Eiffel

"Good hotel in an inviting neighbourhood in Paris"

Hotel le Marquis

star star star star
15 Rue Dupleix, 75015

You're going to absolutely love your stay in this classic boutique hotel. Have a quiet drink in the library next to the fireplace, or in the private terrace.

It's close to the Eiffel Tower (3-minute walk to Champs de Mars), LeaMotte-Picquet—Grenelle Metro station, and the twice weekly Grenelle outdoor market. And it has a solid 4-star rating from travelers!

Hotel de la Tulipe

A Paris Insiders Guide Favourite.

Romantic Paris Hotels de la Tulipe

star star star
7th Arrondissement, Eiffel Tower
Metro: La Tour Maubourg, Alma-Marceau

Romance isn't found only in 5-star Paris hotels. This is a gem among romantic hotels in the City of Love, set in a neighborhood at the foot of the Eiffel Tower. The owner, a friendly former actor, tends to all the details of this shabby-chic classic. Yes, the rooms are small, but do you really need a lot of space for your romantic getaway?

Your room might overlook a quintessential French courtyard filled with plants, flowers and a few bistro tables to sit and enjoy a glass of Champagne. The neighborhood cannot be beat for romance. Take a stroll to the Eiffel Tower or along vibrant Rue Saint Dominique for a meal at La Fontaine de Mars, (a bistro dating back to 1908) where one visit, President Obama stole Michelle away for a romantic meal.

You're also very near Musée du Quai Branly and the Seine. Metro stations are about ten minutes away.

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