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Quiet Hotels in Paris

    (Updated in April 2024) Paris has no real ‘centre’ with many neighbourhoods with unique characteristics, which makes the hotel search challenging but interesting. Here is a few hand-picked quiet hotels in Paris:

    Hotel Regent’s Garden
    Hotel Ares Eiffel


    Hotels with courtyards:

    Relais Christine
    B Montmartre
    Le Pavillon de la Reine & Spa
    Renaissance Paris Nobel Tour Eiffel
    Les Jardins Du Marais


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    1. If you want to stay close to the business district as well as the boutiques, Opera district is ideal. But beware of the avenues with heavy traffic and numerous metro stations. Instead, go for the side streets in the area.
    2. La Défense is convenient for business travellers and guaranteed to be quiet at night. However it is not known to be very safe. This seems to be improving as the area is being further developed.
    3. May be a bit expensive, but 16th arrondissement/Passy/Trocadéro is mostly residential and does have some quiet hotels.
    4. Montmartre/Pigalle is trendy and the nightlife could be attractive. But it is not the best area to look for quiet hotels in Paris. There is a fair number of noisy streets.

    If you want to learn more about Paris public transport, the official guide is here.

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