Travelodge type stays in France: Paris hotels

Travelodge France Paris

Travelodges in France are rare, Paris, in fact, has none. However, if you are looking for somewhere cheap and simple to stop for a couple of nights, then a similar type of chain exists called Formule 1 Hotels.Formule 1 have more than 360 hotels worldwide. All their rooms are guaranteed to be the cheapest around. Paris is no exception here, and you can find one of these top budget hotels in just about every quarter of the city. In France, the Formule 1 chain has become known as hotelF1 and they pride themselves on being the latest generation in low-cost hotels. £30 or less will get you a room for the night in one of these hotels and that goes for whatever time of the year you plan on visiting the city. While none of the rooms are en suite, they are all pleasantly, though simply, refurbished and furnished. Furthermore most of these hotels offer both parking and free WIFI connection. More often than not, booking is not necessary. However, should you want to book in advance, simply visit the website HotelFormule1.com to book your room. Options include the Villeneuve le Roi Orly, which is close to the Charles de Gaulle airport, the hotelF1 Gennevilliers Asnières, which is close to the Eiffel Tower or the hotelF1 Roissy Aéroport, which is close to the Paris City airport.

Mid-price travel lodges in Paris

If you are looking for something a little less basic, then you can try visiting Accorhotels.com. This hotel chain has some 137 hotels throughout the city, from low-cost to something more luxurious. For around €70 per person, you can stay the night at the pleasant Ibis Paris La Défense Centre hotel. This hotel is situated in the centre of Paris' La Défense area, close to the Champs-Elysées and the Arc de Triomphe as well as the Porte Maillot convention centre. If you need to travel further however, the Esplanade de la Défense metro station is close by. For something a little more 5 star you could try the Sofitel Paris La Défense hotel. Again conveniently located close to Paris' city centre, this hotel also provides a delightful Mediterranean restaurant as well as an elegant lounge bar. You could also spend some free-time in their fitness suite.Luxury Paris travel lodges

Should you be intent on staying somewhere that is owned by the Wyndham Rewards group (the group that owns the Travelodge chain) you could always stay at the Ramada Inn. Around €280 will get you a room for the night in this luxurious hotel that offers private garden terraces and WIFI.

All in all, while at first you may bemoan the scarcity of the Travelodge in France, Paris can still be enjoyed to the full even on the tightest of budgets.

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