Why have a city break to Paris? The answer is simple. Without doubt, Paris the ‘city of light’ is one of the world’s most beautiful and historic cities in the world, comprised as it is of small districts (arrondissements), each with their own unique appeal and places of interest.

Just around the corner there will be something new for you to discover, because Paris is in a constant state of change. From one holiday to another the districts change as they are restored to glory, while others are transformed in a manner befitting this twenty-first century metropolis. On any city break you’ll always be able to find a new bar or restaurant or a patisserie or boulangerie. Perhaps you’ll visit the latest gallery or spend time browsing in markets and antique shops. And if you are so inclined Paris is a shopper’s paradise.

Paris has its seasonal appeal, Christmas shopping, romantic springtime in Paris, the quiet of the summer and a reawakening in the autumn just in time for la rentrée. It doesn’t matter when you take a city break; there is something for everyone in Paris. Take a city break and discover magnificent palaces and bustling boulevards, or peep into intimate courtyards and gardens. Search out the artisans and their craft workshops, or stand in awe in front of remarkable research institutions, libraries and museums and admire the architecture. Why should you visit Paris? Why should you not?

Paris has hundreds of hotels many are the small traditional properties full of character but sometimes less spacious than in other cities. There are of course hotels belonging to the large multi-national chains, a few of which are good but if you want a selection of the best hotels from 3 to 5 stars check out the impartial amoreTravel guide to Paris Hotels.

Best hotels in Paris for a city break

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