As part of their huge spring sale, Eurostar have discounted 50,000 seats to just £29 one-way.
While the discounts will end on the 16th March, you’ll be able to book your travel for anytime between the 21st March – 25th May, to destinations all over Europe including Paris, Lille, Calais, Brussels and other Belgian cities.
With over 30,000 of the seats on sale heading to and from Paris, we round up the top 5 cheap hotels in Paris to stay in, for a truly luxurious, yet low-cost trip to the French capital.
TravelSupermarket has revealed that holiday searches to Paris are up by 24%, most likely driven by the massively discounted prices, meaning that it’s high time to bag a bargain.
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Top 5 budget hotels in Paris
All prices are based on 2 adults sharing on the 9th April.
Hotel D’Amiens, £77
Situated just 200 metres from Paris’ Eurostar station (Gare du Nord), you’ll literally be able to drag your suitcase to the hotel’s front door in a matter of minutes. But don’t worry about the hustle and bustle, the Hotel D’Amiens is on a quiet side street, close to the famous restaurants and wine bars of France.
Trianon Gare de Lyon, £77
Being in the Bastille area of Paris, the Trianon Gare de Lyon is the prime spot for tourists who are interested in culture, monuments and museums. It’s also conveniently linked by RER to Disneyland Paris, the perfect pit stop for a trip with the kids.
Ibis budget Paris Porte De Montmarte, £42
Decorated in pretty pastel colours and located in northern Paris near the popular Boulevard Périphérique, the Ibis budget Paris Porte de Montmarte hotel is a ten minute walk to the nearest metro stop, with the Stade de France only 2.5 miles away.
Hotel Montpensier Paris, £74
If you’re after something right in the centre, look no further than the Hotel Montpensier Paris, ideally located in the first and second arrondissements, just steps from the Palais Royal and Comedie-Francaise. Galeries Lafayette and the Louvre Museum are also only fifteen minutes away, as are most of the key Parisian sights.
Hotel de l’Exposition – République, £76
For a room with a view, head to the Hotel de l’Exposition in the République area, which boasts a view over the Sacré Cœur. A perfect location for exploring the city thanks to its central location near Canal Saint-Martin, it’s also just three minutes by metro to the Eurostar’s Gare du Nord.
Why go by Eurostar?
While often more expensive than going by plane or ferry, one of the top benefits of travelling by Eurostar is that you journey from city-centre to city-centre, with no need for extra transfers or long taxis.
Eurostar passengers travelling to Paris, Brussels and Lille can also take advantage of 2 for 1 entry to a range of top museums and galleries over Europe if they show their Eurostar tickets. Attractions that offer the discount include Musée d’Orsay in Paris, Bozar in Brussels and Le Palais des Beaux-Arts in Lille.
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