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Where to stay in Paris? and any other info!

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Hello I am trying to pick which area will be best suited for our group to visit next June. Most of our family has booked places in Champs Elysees and I think the rest of the group(which I am responsible for booking the accommodations) would prefer to be close to the rest of the family. I travel often and try to stay in areas that are very nice, have a lot of shopping, are central and convenient but also are very charming. I was picturing cheese and bread shops, high end shopping, balconies etc. Imagine my horror when I read on Fodor's reviews comparing champs elysees to times square in nyc- especially frightening having had lived in new york. Is it really that bad and if so are their nearby neighborhoods you can recommend that are close to champs elysees but also a bit more charming and quaint? Suggestions welcomed.

Thanks.

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