Boutique hotels in France 

Whatever kind of break you want, France is almost bound to fit the bill. Whether you want a chic city, countryside retreat, a beachside boutique hotel or a designer hideaway in the mountains, France can help.

Paris  One of the most romantic cities in the world, however many times you visit Paris, there is always something new to discover. As well as its well-known sights – the Eiffel Tower, Louvre, Musée d’Orsay and many others, Paris is also a perfect city in which to simple wander. Whether you’d rather browse the high-end boutiques and restaurants of the Marais district or immerse yourself in the bohemian atmosphere of the Latin quarter, Paris will never disappoint. ->All boutique hotels Paris 


 

The Alps Fabulous skiing, Michelin-starred restaurants, luxury boutique hotels and fabulous views – what more could you ask for? Glamour and luxury-lovers might choose to head for high-end Courchevel while those who want to be really sure of the snow may prefer Val Thorens, the highest ski resort in Europe. And of course there are dozens of other resorts to explore. Don’t forget the Alps aren’t just for winter – in summer they offer incredible scenery, a near-perfect climate and a huge range of outdoor activities. ->All Design ski resort les Alps 


 

French Riviera Stunning beaches, crystal-clear water, designer shops and high-end restaurants – what’s not to like? You can relax on a lounger looking out over the sea or head into the calm, cooler, beautiful countryside of the hills. The ancient city of Marseille (France’s oldest city) makes a great base with all the nightlife and chic boutiques you would expect from France’s second city with swimming and sailing also available on its doorstep  in the Calanques National Park. Enjoy the contrasts of the flashy opulence and enormous yachts of St Tropez and mediaeval villages in the hills or the charm of seaside resort villages. 

-> Boutique hotels Provence and French Riviera


 

Toulouse France’s fourth city with a large student population which helps give Toulouse its buzzy, vibrant feel. You could spend a morning taking a walking tour of historic buildings and churches or mansions, and an afternoon looking round the Airbus factory or at the Cité d’Espace. Narrow streets open out onto pretty squares where you can enjoy a drink or a meal while you watch the Toulousains go by. Modern art lovers shouldn’t miss Les Abattoirs gallery and in summer, spend some time by the river or in botanical garden Le Jardin des Plantes. -> Boutique hotels Toulouse


 

France - All regions

France - All cities