If you’ve travelled in a group before, or still have kids in tow, then you know that finding accommodation that suits everyone’s needs can be its own form of hell. Maybe the kids don’t want to be left alone. Maybe your friends can’t decide on who should room with whom – to skip the hassle and enjoy your stay in the City of Light, why not get a quad room that can fit everyone together? When you know that you’ll have a comfortable accommodation to retire to at the end of the day, you can fully enjoy exploring the top neighborhoods and romantic spots in Paris.
We’ve gathered 10 Parisian hotels that offer quadruple rooms. From glitzy and pricey hotels to small and homey places, you can find something here that will fit your travelling group, as well as your budget.
If you’re willing to splurge, why not go all out with a suite at the award-winning Fraser Suites Le Claridge Champs-Elysées? Set along the trendy Champs Élysées Avenue, the hotel offers spacious, contemporary suites. Their one-bedroom suite can fit four people, with 2 single beds and a sofa bed in the living room.
Its location in the 8th arrondissement brings you close to great food options and shopping spots in Paris. You can easily get to landmarks such as The Arc de Triomphe, the Place de la Concorde, the Louvre, the Grand Palais and the Eiffel Tower. If you’re looking to explore more of Paris, the Franklin D Roosevelt and George V Metro stations are within walking distance.
The Napoleon Paris offers suites that are oozing with charm and personality. Also located in the 8th arrondissement, this property is within walking distance of some Instagrammable places in Paris, such as Arc de Triomphe and Champs-Elysees. You can opt for a suite for four, or fit five people into two connecting rooms. The suite offers an extra-large double bed and a sofa bed. The Napoleon’s on-site restaurant, Bivouac Café, is well-known by locals and tourists alike.
The Elysées Régencia offers a standard family room or a deluxe family that can fit four people. Located in the 16th arrondissement, the property is just 600m away from the Arc de Triomphe. The hotel itself offers plenty of facilities – work out in the fitness room, or refresh yourself in the steam room. In the mornings, you can look forward to an American or Chinese style breakfast buffet.
Paris is known as the capital of fashion – with a stay at the Hôtel De Castiglione, you’ll definitely see that. The hotel is located on Rue Faubourg Saint-Honoré, famous for its designer boutiques. The quadruple rooms offer two double beds, or you can opt for two connecting twin rooms. Here, you can easily get around the rest of Paris. Madeleine Metro Station is 500m away and services three metro lines!
Located 100 metres away from the Charles de Gaulle Etoile Metro Station, getting around from the Balmoral Champs Elysées is a breeze. Even if you’re not taking the Metro, landmarks such as Champs Elysées are just a short walk away. The property offers a deluxe Family Room that can fit up to 4 – you can opt for two single beds or a large double bed. Rooms are decked out in neutral colours with pops of colour, keeping things tidy but interesting at the same time. You can enjoy breakfast in your own room, or on a small, cute garden terrace.
“Great breakfast. Wonderfully friendly staff. The most comfortable bed of my entire trip.” – Michaela, USA
Hôtel Des Mines is definitely one of the cheaper options in Paris, but that doesn’t mean that it’s any less of a place to stay at. The hotel has a lovely, old-fashioned feel to it that will make you feel right at home. The quadruple room offers two single beds or one double bed. Be sure to try the freshly-baked croissants at breakfast!
“Fantastic location that is in walking distance to the main sights & only 12 minutes walk from Notre Dame. It’s very easy to get to from CDG airport. Great value for money.” – Kay, New Zealand
A three-star hotel, the Midnight Hotel Paris offers suites with an extra-large double bed and a sofa bed. It’s located close to the Gare du Nord train station, which is great if you’re planning to take day trips out of Paris. The property is also located in a bustling, metropolitan area, so you’ll have no shortage of places to eat and shop at. You can look forward to clean, cozy rooms and a peaceful environment and the hotel.
“Very good location near Gare de l'Est, everything necessary is at visitor’s disposal, very good coffee, good breakfast for this price class.” – Mart, Estonia
The Résidence Internationale De Paris is perfect if you’re travelling with a group of friends. You can opt for 4 bunk beds for the ultimate slumber party vacation. The property is almost hostel-like, but all your basic needs will be met. Breakfast is provided as well. The location of this hotel is another huge plus – the nearest Metro Station is just a short walk away. It might not have the frills of other hotels in this article, but it’s great value for money.
The rooms in Le Malown are nothing short of gorgeous. Think sleek, contemporary design that just stops short of being impersonal. While staying here, you’re bound to feel like a sophisticated, globe-trotting traveller. Le Malown’s prime location also helps with that image – you’re just a 10-minute walk away from The Louvre, one of the historical places in Paris. You can also easily get to upscale shopping spots such as the Boulevard Haussman. The property offers junior suites or duplex apartments that can fit up to four people.
The Hotel de la Félicité combines great prices with great service and a great location. Located in the 17th arrondissement, it’s within walking distance of Malsherbes Metro Station. The quadruple room offers three single beds and a sofa bed. The rooms are a bit small, but you can see that effort has been put into to decorating them – it’s definitely worth the price.
Hotel de la Félicité
Address: 43, rue de la Félicité
Parking Room service Meeting/banquet facilities Bar 24-hour front desk Terrace Non-smoking rooms Airport shuttle
Quadruple or family rooms are honestly not hard to find. Most hotels will have options for bigger groups, and if not, there are always rooms with connecting doors. The key thing to remember is that you have to book these rooms early! They’re often in short supply and can sell out fast, especially in peak seasons. Now all you have to do is fight over who sleeps on the sofa bed…
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