The best neighborhoods in Paris place you in some of the most idyllic locations in the French capital. So if you are wondering where to stay in Paris for your next visit, we got you covered below.
Researching the best Paris neighborhoods is a challenge for many tourists traveling to the city of lights for the first time. Given the charm and character unique to each Parisian neighborhood (or arrondissement), picking two or three (let alone one!) is part of the challenge before finalizing your Paris itinerary.
Some of the prettiest neighborhoods in Paris today cater to every type of traveler – whether luxury travelers, digital nomads, couples, or families – making it hard to decide which arrondissement you should visit if you have a limited time in Paris.
In this article, we will look at the different characteristics and charms of the best neighborhood in Paris to help you decide where to stay in Paris.
The Best Neighborhood to Stay in Paris
Before we jump in on the best neighborhoods in Paris to explore, we should first discuss how the city of Paris is laid out.
The Seine River divides Paris into two, half the neighborhoods in Paris on the left side of the river and the rest on the right side of the Seine.
As you can see from the map, there are plenty of things to do while in Paris. The left side is where you can find the iconic Eiffel Tower, while the right side of the river lies the Arc de Triomphe and Montmartre.
The decision you make about where to stay in Paris can have a major effect on the success of your trip. Unlike smaller cities where it is easy to reach most destinations by foot, this is not the case in Paris. Therefore, it is important to carefully consider the different neighborhoods in the city to find the one that is the best fit for you.
This guide provides an overview of the best arrondissement in Paris.
The Best District to Stay in Paris
Paris has 20 arrondissements or neighborhoods for you to explore. But before I share the best neighborhoods in Paris, let’s take a look at a few different neighborhoods depending on your type of traveler.
The Best Neighborhood in Paris for Luxury Travelers
Some of the most expensive neighborhoods in Paris are the following:
Saint-Germain-des-Prés (6th arrondissement)
The chic Parisian neighborhood is full of cafés and restaurants frequented by intellectuals, writers, filmmakers, and philosophers back in the day. Saint Germain des Pres is known as one of the more popular Paris rich neighborhoods.
Eiffel Tower (7th arrondissement)
Unsurprisingly, surrounding neighborhoods near and around the Eiffel tower are some of the most expensive in Paris. The price tags are slightly higher in accommodations, restaurants, and shopping compared to the rest of the neighborhoods in Paris. Expect luxury hotels and fancy shopping centers like Galerie Lafayette in this Paris neighborhood.
Avenue Montaigne (8th arrondissement)
Although Avenue Montaigne is technically not a neighborhood in Paris, it is one of the wealthiest streets in the city. You can find some of the most expensive luxury brands.
Trocadéro (16th Arrondissement)
The “seizième” arrondissement houses some of Paris’s most expensive real estate, such as the Auteuil villas, a luxury gated community with chateau-like houses.
The Best Neighborhood in Paris for Digital Nomads
Although Paris is not traditionally considered a digital nomad hub because of its price tag, more cafés and coworking spaces are popping up in Paris.
Opera (9th Arrondissement)
One of the world’s biggest coworking space companies, WeWork, has an office in Rue LaFayette covering six floors of a stately Parisian building. It’s a great neighborhood in Paris to network with digital nomads. There is also a fine selection of budget hotels in the area.
The Best Neighborhood in Paris for Restaurants
Le Marais (4th arrondissement)
Le Marais has a few of my absolute favorite restaurants, brasseries, and cafés to hang out while in Paris. It’s a type of neighborhood in Paris where you can head down from your hotel or Airbnb and easily find some of the trendiest and most traditional French food in Paris.
The Best Neighborhood in Paris for Cafés
The Latin Quarter (5th and 6th arrondissement)
One of Paris’ most historic neighborhoods is the Latin Quarter, located in île de la cité. Latin Quarter is where you can find Paris’ famous Sorbonne University, where students flock to many of the cafés surrounding the neighborhood.
The Best Neighborhood in Paris for Couples
Montmartre (18th arrondissement)
Montmartre is perched on a hill that overlooks the city of Paris. It is a perfect neighborhood for couples to stroll and sit on the steps of Sacré Coeur while having a glass of wine and cheese, overlooking the spectacular views of Paris.
The Best Neighborhood in Paris for Families
Luxembourg (6th arrondissement)
The Luxembourg arrondissement is a perfect neighborhood in Paris for families. It’s quiet and not as hectic as some of the more touristy neighborhoods in Paris.
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The 12 Best Neighborhoods in Paris
1. Le Marais
Paris Metro Stop Line 1: Hotel de Ville, Bastille, Saint- Paul
The Marais is a romantic, festive, and trendy district in the 4th arrondissement of Paris.
Le Marais is one of the best neighborhoods of Paris, known for its cobblestone streets, historical spots, and quirky boutiques, and it is a great place to spend time and go shopping. The district is made up of many 17th-century private mansions, typically featuring a large entrance through which a horse-drawn carriage could easily pass. Some of the most beautiful mansions are the hôtels de Sully, de Soubise, and Salé, which is now home to the famous Picasso Museum.
The Marais is also renowned for its fashionable boutiques, galleries, and gay bars. It was once the city’s Jewish quarter and still hosts numerous kosher restaurants. The Place des Vosges is home to elegant arcades and the Musée Victor Hugo, where the writer once lived. Streets around the Saint-Paul metro lead to the Maison Européenne de la Photographie.
Hotels in in Le Marais
Le Relais Du Marais
The hotel location is within walking distance to plenty of cafés and restaurants and a striking distance to two metro stations. We found it easy to get to and a decent room in a good location for walking or taking the metro. The rooms are rather small, so I wouldn’t suggest staying here if you plan to spend a lot of time indoors, but if you’re looking for a clean, tidy, comfy bed as a base of operations this place is perfect.
Hotel de Neuve By Happy Culture
This hotel is centrally located in the heart of the Marais, within walking distance to Bastille and Saint Paul metro station.
Hotel du Vieux Marais
The Hotel is centrally located in the Marais, with nearby metro stops that can take you virtually anywhere in Paris. Some of the tourist attractions that are walking distance from this hotel are the Centre Pompidou, Hotel de Ville, and Place des Vosges.
Restaurants to Try in Le Marais:
One of my all-time favorite restaurants in Paris and the world. At certain times, you will see people lining up around the street for a table at this restaurant – it’s that good! I recommend trying the traditional French cuisine, boeuf bouirguignon.
Café Vitto is an Italian restaurant on Rue du temple with a terrace seating where you can just sit back, enjoy their delicious pizza and spaghetti bolognese, and people watch. I find myself just sitting there for a few hours a day, sometimes!
Au Petit Versailles du Marais
One of Paris’ award-winning patisserie! The locals come here specifically for their famous pistachio croissants.
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2. Latin Quarter
Paris Metro Stop Line 4: Saint-Michel
The Latin Quarter, also known as the 5th arrondissement, is located in the heart of Paris. It’s most famous for being the home of Sorbonne University, the iconic Shakespeare & Company bookshop, and arguably the best area in Paris for cafes. It’s also the perfect destination for families, as plenty of attractions exist. The Jardin des Plantes botanical gardens and the National Museum of Natural History provide opportunities for educational fun.
The stately Panthéon building holds the remains of notables such as Voltaire and Marie Curie and is a sight to behold. The Latin Quarter’s cobblestone streets and ancient buildings take us back to the medieval city of Paris when the original scholars of Sorbonne University roamed the streets speaking Latin. While many other districts of Paris have been renovated, the Latin Quarter remains largely unchanged. There is plenty to explore here, such as the food stalls on Rue Mouffetard, the Jardin des Plantes, the Pantheon, and the Cluny Museum.
Hotels in Latin Quarter:
Les Rives de Notre Dame
The hotel is located in one of the prettiest neighborhoods in Paris, just in front of a RERB station to the airport and a metro station. Plenty of bars and restaurants are just around the corner in the Latin Quarter. Despite all being tourists, you can eat decently at a low price. My room had a beautiful window view of Ile de la Citè and Notre Dame (see photo). All the staff was amicable and helpful. My room and my bathroom were not too small, compared to the typical size in other hotels in the center of Paris. The room heating was working well.
Featuring a bar, Hôtel Montecristo is set in Paris, 1.9 km from Notre Dame Cathedral. The property is around 2.5 km from Opéra Bastille and 2.8 km from Pompidou Centre. The hotel features an indoor pool and a 24-hour front desk and free WiFi throughout the property.
Hotel Cluny Square
The location is excellent: pretty close to Notre-Dame, a cozy bakery with delicious breakfast menu right in front of the hotel, it is very close to the metro station. Latin Quarter is a beautiful place to live in Paris. Luxembourg Garden is 500 m from the hotel, and Notre-Dame Cathedral is a 7-minute walk away.
Restaurants to Try in Latin Quarter
Les Deux Magots
Les Deux Magots was frequently visited by intellectuals and artists such as Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and Picasso, to name a few. Don’t forget to bring a book or two while you hang out in this Parisian restaurant and people watch from time to time.
Le Polidor is famous for its blanquette de veau (veal stew) and my favorite French cuisine, beef bourguignon. Fun fact: Victor Hugo was a frequent visitor at Le Polidor and wrote parts of Les Misérables in this historic restaurant.
Paris Metro Stop Line 12: Abesses, Line 2: Anvers
Montmartre is a charming district located in the 18th arrondissement of Paris. Its cobbled streets, stunning basilica, various artists, and bistros give off a village atmosphere making it one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in Paris. The neighborhood was popular for 19th and 20th century artists seeking inspiration. It is now a melting pot of art and a popular place for people to visit when in Paris.
When exploring Montmartre, you will be able to take in its romantic views of the city. The hilly terrain is complete with a flight of stairs on virtually every corner. The district is also home to the iconic Sacre Coeur and Moulin Rouge, which are both popular attractions.
Overall, Montmartre is a great place to explore while in Paris, as it is full of charm and beauty.
Hotels in Montmartre:
Mason de Souquet is a five-star experience with astonishing detail and thought put into everything you can see, hear, touch, and smell. Guests love the unique and thematic decor, as well as the location of the hotel.
A quirky Parisian boutique hotel that is only 400 meters from Sacré-Coeur and a short distance walk to the Moulin Rouge. Each room has a lovely patio that overlooks the Montmartre neighborhood. Also, the hotel offers a delicious buffet breakfast.
Restaurants to Try in Montmartre:
Chez La Mère Catherine
The Paris neighborhood of Montmartre houses some of the oldest restaurants in the city. Chez La Mère Catherine was founded in 1793, and you can try some of the best traditional French food here like the classic onion soup with bubbling melted cheese. YUM!
If you are in the Montmartre neighborhood and feel like having meat for dinner, Sacrée Fleur has your name waiting for reservation. Try their escargot for starters before your main entrée!
Paris Metro Stop Line 4: Saint-Germain-des-Prés
The streets of St-Germain-des-Prés also host a variety of high-end fashion boutiques. Along the length of Boulevard Saint-Germain, shoppers can find big names such as Dior, Ralph Lauren, and Armani. Etro and Moncler are great places to find stylish accessories and outerwear. Fragonard and Buly 1803 are popular destinations for French fragrances. St-Germain-des-Prés is also a top choice by many of the wealthy as one of the best neighborhood to live in Paris.
Food lovers, meanwhile, should head straight to rue des Saints-Pères to shop for fine chocolates at Debauve & Gallais. This artisan chocolatier has been delighting French palates for over 200 years and counts Queen Marie-Antoinette among its illustrious customers.
Hotels in Saint-Germain-Des-Prés
This hotel is a 17th-century luxury private mansion near Saint-Germain-Des-Près, featuring rooms with antique furniture and marble bathrooms. The charming Hotel D’Aubusson has a jazz bar and an interior courtyard with a fountain.
Grand Hotel de L’Univers Saint-Germain
The fancy hotel is located in the beautiful neighborhood of Saint-Germain-Des-Près, only a 15-minute walk from the Louvre Museum 12-minute walk from Notre Dame. There are a ton of quaint restaurants and café for you to explore in this Paris neighborhood.
Hotel La Villa Saint Germain Des Prés
A beautiful hotel at the heart of Saint Germain Des Prés. The hotel is only a 270-meter walk from Sait-Germain-des-Près Metro Station, surrounded by nearby café and boutique shops for you to explore. Check out the charming streets of Rue de Buci and Rue St Andre des Arts when you are here!
Restaurants to Try in Saint-Germain-Des-Prés
Café de Flore
Although Café de Flore is more of a ‘café’ than a restaurant, it is still quite a must-visit while in Saint-Germain-Des-Prés, given its long list of famous writers, intellectuals, and artists of the past.
If you are looking for fancier dining in Saint-Germain-Des-Prés, Le Procope would be the restaurant. Le Procope was founded in 1686 and is the oldest restaurant in Paris that served famous regulars such as Napoleon Bonaparte and Benjamin Franklin.
Paris Metro Stop: Line 1 Franklin D. Roosevelt, Line 1 Georges V, Line 1 Champs-Élysées Clemenceau
The Champs-Elysées is one of the most famous Paris neighborhood thanks to the famous boulevards and a popular tourist destination. Who hasn’t dreamt of strolling along its tree-lined streets toward the towering Arc de Triomphe? As well as its belles promenades, it has much to offer in terms of shopping, eating, and entertainment.
The neighborhood surrounding the famous street provides a brief respite from the intense crowds of tourists, allowing visitors to experience a less touristy side of Paris. It is located on the right bank of the Seine, in the western 8th arrondissement of Paris. This district is one of the twenty arrondissements municipaux, administrative districts, more simply referred to as arrondissement.
The Tuileries Gardens and Louvre Museum can be found just east of the Champs-Elysées, past the vast Concorde plaza and Obelisque column. To the west lies the military monument known as the Arc de Triomphe. The Seine River lies to the south, with the St. Lazare train station and the bustling Madeleine business district situated to the north.
The main streets around the Champs Elysées are Avenue des Champs Elysées, Avenue George V, and Avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt. Visiting this area during a first trip to Paris is highly recommended.
Hotels in Champs-Élysées
Hotel San Régis
The Saint Regis Hotel (or Hotel San Régis), is what every Instagram sponsored Influencer’s dream. Imagine having your breakfast on your gorgeous Parisian garden balcony, with the Eiffel tower as your backdrop. It can’t get any more Paris than that!
Hotel Chateau Frontenac
This beautiful hotel features a balcony with a view of the Eiffel Tower, albeit a cheaper price tag than Hotel San Régis. Hotel Chateau Frontenac is a walking distance from the main boulevard of Champs-Élysées and Arc de Triomphe.
This hotel is set in Balzac’s 19th-century mansion and is only a minutes’ walk from the Arc de Triomphe and Avenue Champs Elysées. Although the rooms might be small, the hotel is quite charming and features neoclassical decor.
Restaurants in Champs-Élysées
The famous macarons of Laduree has a flagship store in the Champs-Élysées neighborhood. This particular Ladurée serves more their signature macarons and patisserie; they also offer a full menu for you to enjoy before the long-awaited dessert.
This restaurant is your classic Parisian brasserie, set right along with the famous Arc de Triomphe. You would think that many of the guests at this restaurant are tourists considering the location. Surprisingly, many of the patrons here are locals who come to Le Fouquet to unwind, eat, and people-watch.
Paris Metro Stop: Line 4, 6, 12, and 13
Montparnasse is a vibrant and interesting neighborhood in the city of Paris. It is dominated by the Montparnasse Tower – the only true skyscraper in the capital. The bustling boulevards of the area are home to cafés and brasseries that were popular with famous Parisian artists, musicians, poets and writers prior to World War II.
The area is also known for its chain stores, crêperies, and the historic bistros that were once frequented by famous authors such as Ernest Hemingway. Jean-Paul Sartre is buried in the Montparnasse Cemetery, while the Catacombs of Paris are ossuaries set in old mining tunnels. Museum-lovers can visit the Musée Bourdelle, which is filled with sculptures, and the WWII-themed Musée du Général Leclerc. For an amazing view of Paris, visitors can go to Tour Montparnasse, a skyscraper that offers 360-degree views of the city.
Hotels in Montparnasse
This beautiful hotel is set in a beautiful location in the Montparnasse neighborhood, a walking distance from the Catacomb’s, Place Saint-Michel, and the Montparnasse train station.
Hotel Le M
The hotel’s location is excellent, along a small street close to theaters, cafes, and restaurants.
Restaurants in Montparnasse
La Crêperie de Josselin
Montparnasse is famous for its crepes and galettes, and there is no better place in Paris than Montparnasse to have the most delicious sweet or savory crêpes to satisfy your hunger!
La Closerie Des Lilas
Another favorites of famous Paris’ famous intellectuals, La Closerie Des Lilas has some of the best traditional menu in Montparnasse.
7. Ile de la Cité
Paris Metro Stop: Line 4 Cité
Ile de la Cité was once known as Lutetia and is the oldest settlement in Paris. Located in the center of Paris, with Châtelet to the north and Saint-Germain-des-Prés to the south, it is the crossroads of the city. It boasts numerous sights, such as the Pont Neuf, the Pont de l’Archevêché and Notre Dame cathedral.
After visiting these sights, visitors can take one last admiring look at the magnificent facade of Notre Dame, then stroll along the banks of the Seine and listen to improvised concerts by wandering musicians. Ile de la Cité is also the perfect spot for a riverside picnic. At night, the bridges are beautifully lit, creating a feeling of midsummer magic.
Hotels Near Ile de la Cité
Hotel de Nice
This hotel is only a five-minute walk from the historical sites of Ile de la Cité, such as the Picasso museum, the Seine River, and Notre Dame. Hotel de Nice is the perfect hotel if you want to be a striking distance from some of the historical sites of this Parisian neighborhood.
Hotel Le Relais des Halles
The neighborhood location of Hotel Le Relais des Halles will make you feel like one of the locals. The hotel is located on a pedestrian street, with nearby cafés, restaurants, and only a 500 meter walk from the famous Georges Pompidou museum in one of the best neighborhoods in Paris.
Restaurants Near Ile de la Cité
Le Caveau du Palais
This restaurant specializes in traditional French cuisine and is considered one of the best dining spots on Île de la Cité.
If you want to dine in with local Parisians, head over to Restaurant Paul, where lawyers from the nearby Palais de Justice dine here for lunch. Don’t forget to try their vanilla crème brûlée for dessert!
8. Champ de Mars
Paris Metro Stop: Line 8 between Motte-Picquet – Grenelle and École Militaire
I do no doubt that you will consider Champs de Mars as one eof the best neighborhoods in Paris. Champs de Mars has one of the best views of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. I love strolling around this neighborhood and meeting friends, usually with cheese and a bottle of wine, and spending a good chunk of the day relaxing with the spectacular backdrop of the Eiffel Tower.
Hotels Near Champ de Mars
Le Cinq Codet
This contemporary hotel has the perfect location near Champ de Mars, and is only a 15-minute walk from the Eiffel Tower. Most of the suites have a private terrace with spectacular views of the Invalides Dome.
Hotel de la Paix Tour Eiffel
This elegant hotel is only a 190-meter walk from the Eiffel Tower, and .04 km walk from Champs de Mars in one of the best neighborhoods in Paris.
Restaurants Near Champ de Mars
La Fontaine De Mars
If you are a massive fan of traditional French dishes such as seared foie gras, confit de canard (duck), and cassoulet, then La Fontaine De Mars should be part of your itinerary when you are in Champ de Mars neighborhood. The restaurant is almost always full, so reservations are recommended.
A local favorite, Les Cocottes, serves some of the tastiest food in the neighborhood: squid risotto, eggplant caviar, beef cheek stew, potato stuffed pig trotter, and rice pudding.
9. Les Halles
Paris Metro Stop: Line 4, Les Halles
Les Halles is the perfect neighborhood to take a break from visiting Paris’ historic sites. It is home to the city’s youngest and trendiest designers, boutique shops, and cafés, giving the neighborhood a funky vibe.
Smack in the center of Paris, Châtelet-Les Halles area is hard to avoid. Despite its reputation among Parisians and guidebooks for its unattractive shopping mall, sex shops, and the presence of intimidating youths in the underground metro/RER station, the area offers an impressive selection of dining, shopping, and nightlife options for visitors and locals alike.
Hotels in Les Halles
Maison Albar Hotels Le Pont-Neuf
This hotel is in an ideal location in Les Halles, and is only a 700 meter walk from the iconic Louvre museum. Other sites nearby are Pompidou Centre and Le Pont-Neuf (10-minute walk) and Notre Dame (15-minute walk).
Relais Du Louvre
Centrally located in the heart of Paris, Relais Du Louvre is located between the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Louvre Museum. These surroundings of historical sites makes Relais Du Louvre part of one of the best neighborhoods in Paris.
Restaurants in Les Halles
Marche Ou Crepe
This restaurant is your quintessential French gastro experience. Indulge in delicious French crepes in a quaint restaurant for a reasonable price.
Relais du Pont Neuf
A small family bistro/café where you can have some light dishes such as quiche, omelet, and crêpes. A local favorite!
Paris metro stop: Line 1, Line 5, Line 8 Bastille
Bastille is a vibrant neighborhood in eastern Paris. This is the place to be if you’re looking for something unique; shops, restaurants, and hidden gems around every corner. It’s bordered by the Boulevard Beaumarchais to the west, the river Seine to the south, and roughly the Saint Antoine hospital to the east.
There’s no shortage of boutique designer shops and hipster restaurants to explore here, so take your time discovering all the neighborhood has to offer. You’re sure to find something that suits your taste!
To get to Bastille, take metro line 8 and get off at the Bastille or Ledru-Rollin stops. Enjoy your time in Bastille!
Hotels near Bastille
This hotel is within striking distance from some of Paris’ famous tourist spots. It’s a 1.5 km walk from the Opéra Bastille and Pompidou Centre, and 2.4 km walk from Notre Dame Cathedral.
Perfect location near the famous Opera Bastille, and a short walk away from quaint cafés and restaurants in one of the best neighborhoods in Paris.
Restaurants in Bastille
This restaurant in Bastille is famous for its household name celebrity chef, Cyril Lignac. Le Chardenoux is popular among the locals, so reservations are recommended!
Le Bistrot du Peintre
This restaurant gives an authentic bistro vibe, serving traditional French dishes at a reasonable price. The location of being in the best neighborhoods in Paris is also another plus.
Paris Metro Stop: RER B Luxembourg
The Luxembourg Gardens are situated on the border between Saint-Germain-des-Prés and the Latin Quarter in Paris. Created upon the initiative of Queen Marie de Medici in 1612, the gardens have been inspired by the Boboli Gardens in Florence. Covering 25 hectares of land, the gardens are split into French and English gardens, with a geometric forest and a large pond in between.
The gardens also feature an orchard with a variety of old and forgotten apples, an apiary for bee-keeping, and greenhouses with a collection of orchids and a rose garden. There are 106 statues spread throughout the park, as well as the monumental Medici fountain, the Orangerie, and the Pavillon Davioud.
Kids can enjoy a variety of activities and facilities, such as puppets, rides, slides, and more. Adults can also find activities, such as chess, tennis, bridge, and remote control boats. The cultural programme includes free photography exhibitions on the garden railings and concerts in the bandstand.
Hotels Near Luxembourg:
A hotel that feels very homey and is less than a kilometer away from the Luxembourg Gardens.
Guests love this hotel because of its stylish and spacious rooms. The location of Villa D’Estrées is also between the beautiful Saint-Germain des Prés and the Latin Quarter neighborhood.
Restaurants in Jardin du Luxembourg:
This restaurant is over 120 years old and is famous for its hot chocolate, pastries, and hot tea. Angelina is conveniently located inside one of the best neighborhoods in Paris, Jardin du Luxembourg.
Bread and Roses
A cozy restaurant providing casual dining experience just across from one fo the best neighborhoods in Paris, the Jardin du Luxembourg. I highly recommend this restaurant for breakfast!
Paris metro stop: Line 2 and Line 11, Belleville
Welcome to Belleville, one of Paris’s lively Chinatowns. This bustling, working-class neighborhood has been a hub for immigration since the 1920s. Greeks, Jewish people, Armenians, North Africans, Sub-Saharan Africans and Chinese immigrants have all at one point settled in Belleville.
The influx of immigrants has made the area a cultural melting pot, and cheap rents have also attracted artists who have set up their ateliers here. Belleville provides a unique experience in Paris, and its energy and diversity make it well worth a visit.
Belleville is located within four Paris arrondissement: the 10th, 11th, 19th and 20th. It lies to the east of the Republique metro station, to the southeast of the Bassin de la Villette and the Parc des Buttes Chaumont, and north of the Pere Lachaise cemetery.
Hotels in Belleville
A stylish Parisian hotel that reflects the Belleville vibe. Hotel Scarlett is only 1.6 km from Place de la République in one of the best neighborhoods in Paris.
Hotel de la Mare
This hotel is only a 200-meter walk from Parc de Belleville in one of the best neighborhoods in Paris. It’s also a great choice to look for a little bit of bigger accommodation space, as they offer studios and suites.
Restaurants in Belleville
This restaurant has been open for more than 30 years and became a local institution in Belleville. Le Baratin is famous for its beef steak (or duck breast) with chanterelle mushrooms, gooseberry tartare, and beetroot.
The perfect restaurant if you want to take a break from traditional French food and try a comforting bowl of pho and other savory Vietnamese food!
Paris Neighorhoods Tips
Best Neighborhoods in Paris to Walk Around
The Boulevard St-Germain is a great place to take a walk in Paris. It stretches from near Notre Dame to near the Musée d’Orsay on the Left Bank, and is a pleasant alternative to walking along the Seine. This lively walk is full of shops, cafes, and restaurants, so you can take your time to explore the area and experience the atmosphere.
Other neighborhoods include Montmartre, Champs-Elysees, Left Bank (Rive Gauche), Île de la Cité, Latin Quarter.
Most Beautiful Neighborhoods in Paris
Paris is a city of many diverse neighborhoods. Each one has its own unique vibe, lifestyle, and charm. From historic landmarks to modern flair and from classic to bohemian, there is something to be found in each of these neighborhoods. Whether you are looking for a rare jewel or a charming atmosphere, you can find it in one of Paris’s many neighborhoods.
Le Marais is a personal favorite neighborhood in Paris. This Paris district has it all: charming cafes, architecture, brasseries, picturesque narrow cobbled streets, world-class restaurants, and a whole lot more.