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Paris is the most visited city in the world and deserves the attention because it's stunning, stylish and sensual, with a dramatic past and a funky present. It's a seductive place of cuisine, couture, culture and even the notoriously xenophobic locals are slowly learning to accept visitors.
But who cares? This is not a place for making friends, it's for romancing the stones...
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  Paris, the capital of France, is located in northern France on both banks of the Seine River, 145 km (90 mi) from the river's mouth on the English Channel. A total of 2,135,300 (2002) inhabitants live in Paris proper, and almost 11 million persons (1999) live in greater Paris (the Ile-de-France region), which is one of Europe's largest metropolitan areas. A city of world importance and the business, historic, intellectual, diplomatic, religious, educational, artistic, and tourist center of France, Paris owes its prosperity in large part to its favorable position on the Seine, which has been a major commercial artery since the Roman period...Read More

For some, a hotel is simply a base at which to sleep and scrub up before stepping out again to explore the city. For others, it’s a feature of the holiday worth savouring in its own right. Whatever your take, there’s a Paris hotel that fits the bill. We’ve selected the best of the bunch in every category, starting with marble-clad palaces fit for a Sun King, and moving down the price slope to the cramped-yet-cosy hotels with exposed wooden beams and vaulted, bare-stone breakfast rooms, via sleek boutique hotels with their flat-screen TVs and daring colour schemes. And, of course, we’ve got a pick of budget addresses where there’s no need to stay any longer than it takes to get some shut-eye and a shower.
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