When you’re in Paris, your goal is to make the most of the day in order to discover as many things as possible in 24 hours. Looking for a place to eat your breakfast might take some time off your schedule. The best thing would be to have breakfast in your hotel. However, there is often an extra charge. So, here’s our selection of hotels with the best breakfast included.
1) L’Hôtel *****
13, rue des Beaux-Arts, 75006 Paris
This hotel has been named like this since 1963. It is mainly known for being the place where Oscar Wilde spent the last months of his life.
Located in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, L’Hôtel is also the smallest 5-star hotel in the capital city, with only 20 rooms in total.
It has a private swimming pool and a hammam at the clients’ disposal. Le Restaurant and Le Bar will welcome you with an atmosphere of Parisian charm.
The Louvre is on the other side of the Seine. To get there, you can cross the Pont des Arts bridge, which used to be covered in locks left there by couples to seal their love.
Tastefully decorated, each room is inspired by a theme (18th century, Napoléon III style, baroque…) or a famous person, like Mata Hari or Marco Polo. All of the rooms have a TV, a minibar, and free Wi-Fi.
Breakfast is served as a buffet. It is made of hot beverages, fruit juices as well as toasts and pastries, etc…
Price: From 325€ a night (prices are likely to change according to the seasons).
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2) Hôtel West End ****
7, rue Clément Marot, 75008 Paris
Settled inside a Haussmannian building, the West End isn’t far from the Avenue des Champs-Élysées. The Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe or the Tuileries Garden are approximately 20 min away by foot. The boarding for the tourist river boat (Bateaux-Mouches) is also close (approx. 10 min by foot).
This hotel offers you comfort and quality service in a French atmosphere.
The staff is present and at your service 24/7.
You can book a restaurant, a massage, or even a means of transport at the reception. Wi-Fi is free throughout the hotel.
You will have the opportunity to have lunch and/or dinner in your room, with the room service open from 7am to 10:30pm.
The hotel bar, “Honesty Bar”, is in the living room and has an unusual concept: it relies on trust. Indeed, there is no barmen. Everybody can help themselves to whatever they want and mark it on their form so that the total can be added to the bill.
The carefully decorated rooms have air-conditioning, a TV with international channels, and a safe. The bathrooms are made of marble.
Breakfast can be served in your room (from 6:45am to 12pm) or you can take it into the dining room. It offers various bread and pastries served with jam, honey, or butter while enjoying a hot beverage (coffee, tea, cappuccino, or chocolate) and/or fruit juices. Cereals, yogurts, and fruits are also available. Eggs, cheese, and cold meats are available on-demand and will be charged.
If you choose to take it in the lobby or to-go because you’re in a hurry, your breakfast will consist of a hot beverage, a fruit juice, a croissant, a pain au chocolat, and a fruit.
Price: From 219€ a night (prices are likely to change according to the seasons).
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3) Le Citizen Hotel ***
96, quai de Jemmapes, 75010 Paris
Located in the 10th arrondissement, Le Citizen has an amazing view of the canal Saint-Martin. It will welcome you in one of its 12 rooms which have been recently entirely renovated. You will have unique comfort and modern equipment at your disposal.
Indeed, each room has free Wi-Fi and an iPad that you can use for free. They are also equipped with a TV with national and international channels as well as VOD, a safe and a courtesy tray with a kettle, tea, and coffee.
The hotel also has a restaurant, open every day from noon to 4pm, which serves simple and tasty Japanese food.
Made with fresh products, breakfast is of high quality.
Price: From 120€ a night (prices are likely to change according to the seasons).
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4) Hôtel Emile ***
2, rue Malher, 75004 Paris
In the Marais district, the hotel Émile will welcome you in a stylish and cozy atmosphere and offer you quality service. You’ll be only a 5 min walk away from the Place des Vosges, the oldest planned square in Paris, which is monument historique since 1954.
Victor Hugo’s home, now a museum, is at number 6.
Decorated in a black and white style, every room is air-conditioned and has free Wi-Fi, a safe, and a satellite TV.
Continental breakfast is served every morning from 7:30 am to 10am
Price: From 103€ a night (prices are likely to change according to the seasons).
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5) Hôtel Cécilia ***
11, avenue Mac Mahon, 75017 Paris
Located in one of the most prestigious districts of Paris, the hotel Cécilia is only a 2 min walk away from the Place de l’Étoile so from the Arc de Triomphe and the Avenue des Champs-Élysées.
Carefully decorated, the rooms have air-conditioning and a satellite TV. Some rooms have a balcony and a courtyard view.
The hotel also has a bar, open 24h24, where you can enjoy your drinks in a large living room. Room service is available from noon to 2:30pm and from 7pm to 11pm.
Breakfast is served from 6:30am to 10:30am. On the ground floor, it will be a cold buffet. A continental breakfast can be served in your room, free of charge.
Price: From 87€ a night (prices are likely to change according to the seasons).
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6) ibis Styles Paris Massena Olympiades ***
82-84, rue Regnault, 75013 Paris
Located in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, close to the Olympiades subway station, this hotel will welcome you in a sports setting. Indeed, podium, Olympic flame, tracks, and many more nods to the sports world are in this hotel.
The 96 air-conditioned rooms are modern, welcoming, and have a comfortable bed and a bathroom. All the rooms also have free Wi-Fi and a TV with the main channels.
A generous breakfast is served as a buffet in a room and is made of fresh and various products. It can also be brought to your room if you ask.
Price: From 76€ a night (prices are likely to change according to the seasons).
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7) Holiday Inn Express Paris Canal de la Villette ***
68, quai de la Seine, 75019 Paris
On the edge of the canal de la Villette, you will be able to enjoy the calm offered by this hotel. The latter is also close to the Parc de la Villette (approximately 10 min by foot).
Make yourself comfortable in the 23m² rooms of this hotel. All of them have free Wi-Fi, a satellite TV, a desk, and air-conditioning. You have the option to choose connecting rooms if you’re traveling as a group.
The hotel also has a bar, the 68, which offers wine, cocktails, and snacks between 10am and 10:30pm. If the weather is good on your trip, go and visit the 68 Up on the Roof, which is on the terrace of the 1st floor and has a beautiful view of the canal (open from 3pm to 9pm).
The breakfast buffet is served in the dining room. It has many choices (savoury and sweet) in a generous amount.
Price: From 75 € a night (prices are likely to change according to the seasons).
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8) Hôtel Marignan *
13, rue de Sommerard, 75005 Paris
Located in the Latin Quarter of Paris, the Marignan is only a 7 min walk from the Cathedral of Notre Dame. This hotel was founded in 1955 and was the place where some writers and artists came, like E.E Cummings, a famous American poet.
The recently renovated rooms are modern, comfortable, and can hold up to 5 people. When you book your night, you will have to choose if you want to share a bathroom with other rooms or not.
A fitted kitchen, a computer, and a library (tour guides and novels) are also at your disposal. The Wi-Fi is free.
Served in the dining room, breakfast is simple but generous.
Price: From 62€ a night (prices are likely to change according to the seasons).
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