Experience the world’s most luxurious vacations. Create a free account to view availability.
Inspirato offers Paris accommodations near the City of Light’s most famed attractions. Stay a short walk from the Eiffel Tower, just across the Seine, in our private luxury apartments: the two-bedroom Maison Madeline and the three-bedroom Maison Cherie.
The impressive Peninsula Paris and the glamorous Hotel Vernet are close to the Arc de Triomphe as well as the shops lining the Champs-Élysées. The classically styled Hotel Regina offers our closest accommodations to the Louvre and Notre-Dame. Fauchon l’Hotel Paris sits in the heart of the chic 8th arrondissement near Tuileries Garden.
Most travel to Paris to see famous works of art at the Musée du Louvre, sip fine wines at the Musée du Vin and gaze in admiration at the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame cathedral. As an Inspirato Member, the glittering lights of the Champs-Élysées, the majestic Arc de Triomphe and the premier vintages of the Musée du Vin are just outside your door. If you want to visit the Louvre, we'll reserve your tickets. Your concierge can help you find the best baguettes, the richest truffles and cafés close to major sites.
Paris is known for its rich cuisine and decadent desserts, so it's no wonder the cooking schools are famous too. Learn hands-on how to make favorite dishes in a few hours. We recommend L'atelier des Chefs; your Member Services team can help you select courses.
Beneath the streets of Paris are a series of dark, musty tunnels - the city's answer to overcrowded cemeteries after the Revolution. Roam the Catacombs, taking in the stories of the six million people that were buried here.
The Jardin d'Acclimatation is a giant amusement park, with attractions such as bumper cars, miniature golf, pony and camel rides. Along with puppet shows, musicals, ballets and more, kids can also visit zoo animals on the 49-acre site.
Le Marche aux Puces de Saint-Ouen, the famous Paris flea market, welcomes 70,000+ visitors every weekend. The venue, opened in 1885, has more than 2,000 shops selling everything from furniture to old postcards to clothes.
Across the street from your residence is the luxurious spa, Villa Thalgo. This 10,700-square-feet retreat features a full range of treatments inspired by the sea and includes an aquatic center, sensory rooms and a fitness center.
Near the Arc de Triomphe, Stella Maris combines the best of old and new French cuisine. Chef Yoshimo brings food alive with elements of his Japanese heritage. He's a master at turning French cooking into art that tastes as good as it looks.
No trip to Paris is complete without admiring the Eiffel Tower. Standing 1,000 feet tall, it boasts three visitor levels and two gourmet restaurants. Each evening, 20,000 lights illuminate it for five minutes, every hour on the hour.
The most difficult part of creating a special moment is choosing from an array of options. From lavish dinners and horse-drawn carriages, this city knows romance. Top picks are a dinner cruise down the Seine or a night at the opera or ballet.
Despite the "Paris is for Lovers" feel, there are several attractions for families here as well. A few favorites are the Aquaboulevard, a water park in the city center, Disneyland Paris and the Musée de l'Armée (military museum) at the Invalides.
Your dining tab at restaurants and bars will include a gratuity for service and therefore tipping is not required. It's polite and customary to round your total charge with small change unless you didn't enjoy your meal.
Paris has typical Western European weather, which is delightfully mild and moderately wet. Enjoy the warm sunshine of pleasant summer days and the crisp nights of spring and autumn. Feel the frosty chill of wintry weather, offset by the nostalgic warmth that always thrives in the City of Light.