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Paris Honeymoon Hotel

How To Choose Paris Honeymoon Hotel

By Fandy Setiawan


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Each year, the French capital attracts millions of tourists, so Paris is full of hotels. When one knows little or no capital and without knowing what the parameters of choice, choosing  best honeymoon hotels in Paris can be a real headache. Here are some tips to help you choosing a hotel or resort. First choose a central location. The Eiffel Tower may well be the symbol of the city par excellence, his neighborhood is eccentric, underserved, low in the evening lively and prices of hotel rooms tend to be quite high. If you are looking Paris honeymoon hotel, focus your research on the Bastille, or Gare de Lyon Republic. These dynamic and lively neighborhoods are served by several subway lines.

Another booming neighborhood: Bercy Village. Located in the southeast of Paris, this neighborhood is served by the line 14 crossing in Paris around for a few stations. Within minutes you will reach the neighborhood of the Chatelet, the Louvre Pyramid and the Madeleine. Built on the site of the old cellars and warehouses of Bercy, this area was formerly an important market and logistics of wine in the nineteenth and early twentieth century. Abandoned for several years, a development plan and restructuring has been one of the most stylish and dynamic Paris with an outdoor shopping, trendy restaurants, wine bars and a large garden extends to the Palais Omnisport de Bercy, and, of course, the best Paris honeymoon hotel, with rooms for all budgets.

Old neighborhood, Barbes and Pigalle districts are booming thanks to the families of dynamic young professionals who have settled in recent years. Close to the Sacred Heart, one of the most famous of Paris, near the Opera district, the area is a paradise for shopaholics and bargain. South of the Seine, Luxembourg and Saint-Michel neighborhood students are par excellence. There are many cheap Paris honeymoon hotel and restaurants but be careful not to fall into a tourist trap, a price “overly competitive” can hide a tiny room and hygiene is poor. For couples who have higher budget, please search for hotels in Paris Saint-Germain-des-Prés. You’ll find haute couture boutiques, chic cafes like the Cafe de Flore.