Western Paris is home to Parc des Princes, the stadium of Paris’s own soccer team (called football here), Paris Saint-Germain. Since the stadium hosts concerts and live events as well as thrilling soccer matches, it’s convenient to book a hotel room nearby.
The Prince de Galles is Art Deco elegance and refined class. The Renaissance Paris Hotel Le Parc Trocadero is a short taxi ride from the Parc des Princes, it offers architectural refinement in the 5-star hotel’s property, including its courtyard garden. Saint James Paris is one of the more singular hotels on this list. It’s a self-standing mansion set off the street in its own private gardens.
Molitor’s MGallery rooms and suites as well as the Pullman Paris Tour Eiffel are both Accor brand hotels, each in their own deluxe categories.
To mix things up a bit, I’ve added two humble little hotels in Passy that has such a loyal clientele you must book in advance. It’s clean, inexpensive and charming. If a sexy weekend is on your mind, give Hotel Sezz a spin. And for a truly one-of-a-kind direct view onto the Eiffel Tower take a stroll over to Trocadero and indulge in those selfies.