Hotels near Bastille
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Walk the same paths where French revolutionaries marched centuries ago when they stormed the infamous Bastille. The prison became the symbol of tyranny and ignited the French Revolution.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Bastille

Timhotel Palais Royal
Timhotel Palais Royal
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8.0
Excellent
3 Rue De La Banque, Paris
from $71
West End Hotel
West End Hotel
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9.1
Excellent
7 Rue Clement Marot, Paris
from $221
Best Western Ducs De Bourgogne
Best Western Ducs De Bourgogne
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7.9
Good
19 Rue Du Pont Neuf, Paris
from $135
Maison Albar Hôtel Paris Champs Elysées - formerly Mac Mahon
from $151
Hotel Beauchamps
Hotel Beauchamps
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8.2
Excellent
24 Rue De Ponthieu Champs Elysées, Paris
from $119
Hotel Napoleon
Hotel Napoleon
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8.6
Excellent
40 Avenue De Friedland, Paris
from $262
Holiday Inn Paris Gare De l'Est
Holiday Inn Paris Gare De l'Est
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7.8
Good
5 Rue Du 8 Mai 1945, Paris
from $73
Relais Hotel Du Vieux Paris
Relais Hotel Du Vieux Paris
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8.9
Excellent
9 Rue Git Le Coeur, Paris
from $140
La Clef Louvre Paris
La Clef Louvre Paris
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9.3
Excellent
8 Rue De Richelieu, Paris
from $375
Hotel Eiffel Seine
Hotel Eiffel Seine
|
7.9
Good
3 Boulevard De Grenelle, Paris
from $122
More About Hotels near Bastille...

What’s the Bastille?

The Bastille played a significant role in the Revolution. The eight-tower medieval fortress served as a state prison in the 17th and 18th centuries until is was taken over by French citizens in 1789. Bastille Day is celebrated as a national French holiday on July 14.

Which Hotels Have the Best View Near the Bastille?

Two conveniently located Bastille-area Paris hotels are the Hotel Le Mareuil, situated on a quiet side street, and the Mercure Paris Bastille Marais.

What are the Benefits or Draw-Backs from Staying at a Hotel Near the Bastille?

There is more than enough to keep you busy in this district. Plan a visit to the Picasso Museum, Place des Vosges, and the Place de la Republique. The Bastille area has a busy roundabout.

What Do I Need to Know About the Bastille?

The Bastille prison was destroyed but the location remains a symbol for French freedom with the ornate July column which commemorates the 1830 July Revolution. The Opera Bastille, nightclubs, bistros, and cafes keep the square a favorite Parisian location.

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