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Help choosing a hotel/apt in Paris.

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Hello my husband and I are visiting Europe from the U.S. in September this year. we'll be in London first then Sept 5 we take the Eurostar to Paris and stay 4 nights our flight leaves Sept 9. This is our first trip to Europe!!

I can't seem to decide on a hotel...the hubs is taking care of the London portion and me the Paris....I was set on the Pullman Paris Eiffel Tower...They have a big bigger bed not a huge deal (the hubs was restricting me to queen only but has now lifted that restriction to a double) but they have rooms with a balcony which sounds delightful. They like most hotels have good reviews and bad reviews...so when I brought this to the table my husband felt uncomfortable about the bad reviews. If any of you could comment on that place please do...that;s a sidebar question.

What I'm looking for is someplace centrally located not in a seedy area we don't mind paying a bit more but we can't pay upwards of $350 a night and we'd really rather not pay that much....just saying. Also in a pretty area where there are cafe's shopping etc close by and by close by I mean a 5 minute walk; where I live we take a car everywhere; So in Paris if I just want to run down the street to grab a bite or a coffee etc I don't want to hoof it like I will the other days when we will be sight seeing. Also I would like to have a fantastic view. Wifi, a good staff (if a hotel), a bidet, etc etc.

If you know of any hotels or short-term apartments please do tell.

Thanks for your input

Ash

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