Looking for a good hotel in Paris? It shouldn’t be too hard to find one, given the number of rooms (around 81,000 in 2012) and the diversity of styles on offer.
As one of the world’s most visited cities, the choice ranges from chain groups to highly individual addresses. In keeping with its reputation as a refined, elegant and extravagant city, the accommodation offer includes a high number of luxury establishments and hip design hotels, but those on a lower budget and business travellers who require a convenient place to stay are also well provided for.
There’s no lack of superlatives to describe London, one of the liveliest and most expensive capitals of Europe. Its extensive choice of activities (museums, shopping, vast parks, historical monuments…) and insatiable appetite for fun are magnets for foreign and British visitors alike. As far as hotels are concerned, the offer is large (with around 1300 establishments), the prices are generally high, and the type of accommodation is extremely varied, so we felt that a little guidance would helpful.
Amsterdam, the “Venice of the North”, is famous the world over for its 165 canals, 600,000 bicycles, 1,281 bridges – and of course its liberal spirit. The city’s distinct cultural mix attracts nearly 4 million visitors a year and, in order to host them all, this capital disguised as a village offers a diverse range of accommodation.