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Toddler friendly hotel in Paris

Hi -

My husband, 2 year old and I are going to Paris in a couple weeks and still don't have a place to stay! My son is a city boy and very used to travelling, but I'm looking for a hotel/apartment/etc that's pretty walkable to a lot of the tourist spots, plus close to the train so we can get out to Eurodisney one day. I haven't been to Paris in 15 years so I'd really love some suggestions.

We're going to be there for 3 nights.


Re: Toddler friendly hotel in Paris

  • I don't have any suggestions for toddler friendly hotels, but I just wanted to say you might not want to be too close to the train stations....the neighborhood around Gare du Nord for example is not somewhere I would want to stay with a toddler (or even without).  The only train station I feel comfortable staying near is Gare Montparnasse.  To get to EuroDisney you will take the RER, so you can really stay near any metro stop, which will connect you to the RER.  If you search by arrondissements I would probably shot for the 1st or the 7th for what you are looking for.
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  • We just got back from Paris a few months ago.  We took my 5yr old.  I highly recommend Hotel Muguet.  It's on Rue Chevert which is in the 7th arr. and very close to Rue Cler and the Eiffel Tower.  The location is great because you can get up in the morning and grab breakfast on Rue Cler.  Have picnic lunches on Champs du Mars and are very close to metro stations.  I would skip the breakfast.  For 12E per person, you can get much better at local shops on Rue Cler.  Paris is amazingly child friendly and we LOVED it.  We are already planning to take the family again in 3-4yrs.

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  • I agree with the suggestion of the 7th arrondissement. We stayed there (sans a child), but it was a really great, low key location. It was easily walkable to everything we wanted to do. We stayed at the K&K Cayre, which is right near the Rue du Bac metro station. It was also near a small grocery store (something that might be useful when traveling with a child.) 
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