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2 Days / 1 Night in Paris - Where to Stay?

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I'm taking the Eurostar for two days (1 night) in Paris for my anniversary with my wife and wanted recommendations for a good neighborhood and/or hotel.

Ideally, I'd like to stay in the center, be able to walk everywhere and just have a relaxing time, and at the same time, cram as much of Paris as we can in less than two days!
Haha, I know that's a contradiction, but I hope you know what I'm looking for.

The hotel price isn't really a big deal, but If I could keep it in the 300 Euro / 400 Dollar range, that would be best.

I was thinking the neighborhood around Invalides, just east of the Eiffel Tower and Champ de Mars, but I'd like to rely on people's thoughts that have been there in the last decade, unlike me.

Any recommendations??
Thanks.

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