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Paris hotel and neighborhood

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Hi, I have been planning my first trip to Europe for quite a while and have booked my stay for London, Amsterdam and Barcelona. I am staying 8 nights in Paris out of which I have already booked 4 nights at the Relais du Marais. I found this hotel at a great price and decided for this neighborhood as it's in the trendy Marais, nightlife, etc. However for the remaining 4 nights I am completely torn.

My wish list:

- close to metro for easy access to attractions and train stations as i plan on doing some day trips out of Paris.

- I want to stay in a lively neighborhood with many cafe's at walking distance and enjoy the true Paris, and avoid the typical tourist traps.

- Safe

- Budget. Preferably under $150 euros, but I am willing to budge for location. Maximum $175 euros.

Should I stick with Marais, try Montmartre, or other neighborhood?

I am traveling with my Partner, we are in early to late 30's, enjoy culture, art, good food, shopping.

Appreciate any help.

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