Hotels in France

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An intimate hotel in the city center. Read More

L’Aigle is the only restaurant in Osthouse, A La Ferme the only hotel, so when you book a room at the one you automatically wind up eating at the... Read More

Family-owned hotel and restaurant in a restored farmhouse. Read More

Surrounded by Côte d’Or vineyards and stately barge canals, this 12th-century abbey has been revitalized with exquisite ornamental details:... Read More

This 30-room, 11th-century property is a remote Riviera getaway - if you don't mind communal meals and friendly wine-making monks. Read More

For a centrally located stay in Paris, consider the Pierre Seignol-designed Artus Hotel in the lively Left Bank. Situated near the Louvre, Notre Dame,... Read More

The eight white rooms are basic, but the views are ravishing, whether of the village’s 12th-century church or the surrounding wildflower meadows. Read More

As its name suggests, the four-star Banke Hotel was once a bank. Located in the Opera district of the ninth arrondissement and a short stroll from the... Read More

Inspired by literature, art, and the bustling Saint Germain des Prés district of Paris, the Bel Ami hotel appeals to chic travelers visiting the... Read More

Located in the 11th arrondissement and the Bastille district, the BLC Design Hotel is noted for its interior, which is covered entirely in white except... Read More

Opened in 2010 in the Montmarte neighborhood, this 340-square-foot apartment hotel from Bed & Style is a one-room studio furnished by interior... Read More

Just behind the Quai de Rive Neuve, in the newly posh district of St.-Victor, this artsy inn has four simple guest rooms, a tapas bar, and a shop that... Read More

Formerly the Auberge de Cantobre. Read More

For classic French luxury with a hint of Italian swagger, look no further than the stylish Castille Hotel, steps from the haute-couture houses of Dolce ... Read More

An inland maison d'hôtes of good intentions and some allure. Read More

Maison d'hôte owners like Bernard and Charlotte Anne de Castellane are the last of their kind. To them, "French country" is the meadow in front of... Read More

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