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There’s no better way to spend a romantic getaway than exploring Paris, whether you’re strolling the rose-scented gardens at Musée Rodin or wandering the bohemian streets of Montmartre. With plans to make and restaurant tables to reserve, keep the practicalities simple, and book your tickets and hotel in one with Eurostar Holidays. We’ve found the best boltholes for a romantic city break, whether you’re dreaming of breakfast in bed or a suite you’ll never want to leave.


Where to stay in Paris on a romantic break

  • Best for… a spa à deux: Hôtel Lutetia

    45, boulevard Raspail, 75006

    This Left-Bank grande dame is a Paris landmark, in dazzling form after an epic renovation. Eucalyptus-wood corridors lead to palatial rooms and suites, while the frescoed Joséphine Bar’s the spot for cocktails and croq’ caviar. Amid its art-nouveau splendour, the spa is a sleek new addition, with its marble hammam, serene treatment rooms, and showstopping, 17-metre pool.

  • Best for… dreamy views: Terrass Hotel

    12-14, rue Joseph de Maistre, 75018

    Wake up to a panorama like no other at this Belle Époque hotel, which surveys the whole of Paris from its perch in hilly Montmartre. Ask for a room with postcard-perfect views of the Eiffel Tower (and a private balcony, for sunny breakfasts) or head to the rooftop terrace for spectacular sunsets. Naturally, the penthouse has the best vistas of all, even if you’re just lying in the bath.

  • Best for… breakfast in bed: Hôtel Adèle & Jules

    2, Cité Rougemont, 75009

    Set in two handsome townhouses, a stone’s throw from the Grands Boulevards, this elegant boutique hotel’s the ultimate pied-à-terre. Come back to complimentary tea and cakes, served in the book-lined lounge, or linger over an aperitif from the honesty bar. Adding to the quietly decadent vibe, breakfast can be served in bed: think flaky, fresh-baked pastries, jam-slathered tartines and milky café au lait.

  • Best for… classic cocktails: Hôtel Westminster

    13, rue de la Paix, 75002

    This four-star hotel makes quite the first impression, with its stucco façade, dapper doormen, and ducal coat-of-arms. Duke of Westminster was a loyal guest, back in the 19th century. Inside, it’s equally splendid, from its restaurant to its gilded suites and its jazz-fuelled, wood-panelled Duke’s Bar. Sink into this grown-up cocktail haunt’s leather club chairs, and sip a classic Manhattan.

  • Best for… old-fashioned romantics: La Maison Favart

    5, rue de Marivaux, 75002

    Overlooking the historic Opéra Comique, this charming boutique hotel’s known for its extravagant decor. Inspired by the 18th century, it’s beautifully appointed, from the elegant, pink-and-grey breakfast room to the toile de jouy-papered bedrooms. For a grand romantic gesture, book into the pastel-hued suite, or hide away from the outside world in the small but cocooning spa.

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