Bed and Breakfast in Paris

Staying in a Bed and Breakfast place is a good and logical option when you are traveling or vacationing in Paris if staying in a villa or hotel is out of your budget. Paris is on top of the list of tourist destinations in the world and the price of staying in a Paris hotel would be very costly. If you just want to experience Paris but armed with a limited budget, it is best to look for respectable and reputable bed and breakfast. The price of staying in a Paris hotel is ten times or more the cost of staying in a nice Bed and Breakfast in this City of Light, and usually there are no additional charges when you stay in a Bed and Breakfast place. Aside from the amount you will save in staying at a bed and breakfast there are also other advantages in opting to stay in a Bed and Breakfast in Paris, it is like staying in a good friend’s house or with a close family member. Your breakfast will be served to you and you may request that local meals be prepared for you and your family anytime to have a taste of authentic French Cuisine. Also by staying in a bed and breakfast you may get a feel and enjoy how the ordinary residents of Paris lives because the owners usually gives you tips and information on where to visit, shop, and dine, they know the best places because they are from this beautiful city and they take pride in sharing their culture and heritage to you. There are many available Bed and Breakfasts in Paris, from a single room within a private home to apartment style spaces being rented out. Below are three reputable Bed and Breakfasts that are close to famous places and located in peaceful and secured location in Paris, France.

Bed & Breakfast Ramey is located in Montmartre, a famous neighborhood of artists and is just a 10 minute walk to the main sights of Paris.

Bed & Breakfast Raymond is located at the foot of Montmartre with a wonderful view of Sacre Coeur and very near Port de la Chapelle Metro Station.

St. Honore Bed & Breakfast is in 1st Arrondissement, Paris’ most elegant street in a 1720s historical building. It is located next to the most exclusive and expensive shops and boutiques in Paris.