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Paris hotels - less touristy areas/not near the river

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Good morning

I may have another trip to Paris coming up. I have been there numerous times and no longer feel the need to be right on top of the more-touristed areas (as nice as it is to be able to walk to everything...)

I have only ever stayed in the 1-3-4-5-6-7. I am ready to move farther afield and save some money for the same quality of hotels I've been used to before. Examples of prior hotels: Hotel Mansart. Hotel des Grandes Hommes. Hotel des Marroniers on rue Jacob. Hotel de la Bretonnerie in the Marais. Etc.

For something of a similar quality, any ideas for hotels that may be in the 10-11-13-14-18 for instance? I realize 10 and 11 aren't really "afield" anymore with the popularity of the Canal St. Martin.

Thank you!

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