Right bank hotels in Paris include most five star hotels in the city and many hotels located near Champs-Elysées, Louvre Museum or in Le Marais. Our selection of hotels and apartments in the right bank for a truly parisian stay. Hotels in Paris.
When it comes to luxury in the most romantic and stylish city in the world, consider the five star and legendary Hotel Plaza Athénée. Located in Avenue Montaigne, the high end fashion avenue near the Champs-Elysées, this Dorchester Collection hotel is in the ideal location for the finest shopping that Paris has to offer. It also boasts magnificent views of the Eiffel Tower. Established in 1913, this luxurious hotel has frequently welcomed royalty, celebrities, and politicians. It is widely recognized as one of the best 5 stars hotels in the world.
This 4-star hotel is located at the heart of the chic right bank. Quiet street at walking distance of Opéra Garnier and Louvre Museum. Charming boutique hotel. Guest rooms have a refined decor, free Wi-Fi, air-conditionning, a minibar and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Each room has a private bathroom including a hairdryer.
Lovely Parisian hotel on Avenue Carnot near Champs-Elysées. Affordable for this Paris district. All rooms are equipped with a flat-screen satellite TV and a minibar. Some rooms have a balcony, and those overlooking Avenue Carnot offer a view of the Arc de Triomphe. A buffet breakfast is served each morning in the breakfast room. Guests may also enjoy drinks in the hotel lounge and bar.
Located in Montmartre, Timhotel Montmartre provides rooms with free Wi-Fi access, flat-screen TVs and private bathrooms. A buffet breakfast is served daily at the Timhotel Montmartre. The hotel also provides a 24-hour reception, where guests can request hairdryers and ironing facilities. The Timhotel Montmartre is a 5-minute walk from the Sacré-Coeur Basilica, the Moulin Rouge and the Dali Museum. It is 100 m from Abbesses metro station, which provides direct access to Montparnasse.
One of the most exclusive five star hotels of the right bank. Covering 1500 m², the Spa includes a 23 m infinity pool. Exclusive treatments, a fitness centre, relaxation rooms with a hammam and sauna are available. Guests can dine at Il Carpaccio, the only Michelin-star Italian restaurant in Paris and sample Italian pastries prepared by superstar Pierre Hermé. The hotel has the first Matsuhisa restaurant in France.
The Grand Hotel Dechampaigne is a 5 minute walk from Le Louvre and Notre-Dame. It offers rooms with Louis XIII-period décor and furniture. It is situated less than 100 m from Chatelet metro station, which provides direct access to Orly Airport and Charles de Gaulle Airport. Each room at the Dechampaigne is equipped with free Wi-Fi access, a private bathroom with a bathtub and satellite TV.
A fitness centre is available in-house at Louvre Luxury Apartment & SPA, which is an 8-minute walk away from Louvre Museum. This apartment features air-conditioned accommodation with a patio and free WiFi.
The apartment has 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and 4 toilets. guests will also find a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a fully equipped kitchen with a dishwasher. At the property, guests will find a wellness area, a hot tub and a sauna. Guests can also relax in the garden.
The right bank concentrates the activity and the energy of Paris: the financial district around Opéra Garnier, the high end law and consultancy services around Champs-Elysées, the shopping districts of Boulevard Haussmann and Champs-Elysées. The young urban adults love to live in the 9th, the 11th and the 19th arrondissements, with plenty of colocations and cafés. Travelers and tourists love to stay in a hotel in Le Marais, near Louvre Museum or a hotel near Notre-Dame, both extremely central districts. Staying in a boutique hotel in the right bank is a great idea for a Paris visit, close to most sights. Immerge yourself in Paris right bank, the lively and exciting district of the city. We feature a selection of right bank boutique hotels that are particularly well located and have the charming atmosphere of Paris, so different from the atmosphere of international modern chain hotels. These hotels will always be around. They feature French art de vivre at various prices.
Paris right bank, called Rive Droite in French, is the area of the city located on the right bank of the Seine River. It comprises 14 arrondissements, the administrative districts of the city: 1st to 4th, 8th to 12th, 16th to 20th. Generally speaking, the right bank is on the northern side of the city. The denomination right bank is mostly used as opposed to the much more famous left bank, Rive Gauche in French, associated with the literary Paris, the Sorbonne and the Luxembourg Gardens, the 5th and 6th arrondissements. Most Parisians would not say they live in the right bank. They would rather identify themselves with the specific district or arrondissement they live in like 16iéme arrondissement, Montmartre, 9ième arrondissement, Les Halles, Le Marais, 11ième arrondissement, Belleville.
70 meters wide, the Champs-Elysées run for 1910 meters in a straight line up hill from Place de la Concorde, the largest square in Paris, to Arc de Triomphe, Napoleon's monument. This famous avenue is the heart of the top Paris shopping district. Famous french and international brands have established there a large showroom or flagship store. Louis Vuitton and Guerlain stores are among the most beautiful.
Le Marais, the trendiest district of the right bank, has it all: old and narrow streets. 17th century mansions. Beautiful churches. Centre Pompidou. Picasso museum. Fashion shops open on Sunday. Gay and Jewish communities. Bars and nightlife. Le Marais is also the heart of trendy French fashion. Find there a myriad of stores from innovative brands. Many fashion and decoration stores in Le Marais are independent. Les Halles Shopping Mall near-by is the largest in town. Detailed information on Le Marais
The beautiful 28 hectares Tuileries Gardens stretch their French style alleys and lawns along the Seine river, in the right bank in between the Louvre and Place de la Concorde. Initially a royal garden, they have been open to the public for 450 years. They are called Jardin des Tuileries in French.
Entrance is free. Hours: from 7:30 am to 7:30 pm, from the last Sunday of September to the last Sunday in March, from 7 am to 9 pm, from the last Sunday of March to the last Saturday of September. Evacuation begins 30 minutes before closing time. Locate Les Tuileries Gardens on Paris map. Paris metro: metro station Les Tuileries on line 1.
We warmly recommend you the Paris triumphal way walk through the gardens and up to Arc de Triomphe. It is a good idea to book a hotel near Louvre Museum and Tuileries gardens, a central city district. Les Tuileries Gardens facts.