When I saw this hotel, I immediately thought of you, dear reader. How lovely, appealing and charming is it?
My friends were very generous with their Paris travel tips: not only did they share their recommendations for best restaurants, bars and bakers, they also suggested a variety of activities. You’re sure to fell like a true Parisian if you do any of those things.
“So, what can we do with the children in Paris” ask my friends who are planning to go to Disneyland (been there, done that and do NOT recommend it at all by the way) and want to plug in a few more adult days in Paris.
Being French, I don’t always think you have to do specific activities for them and my best advice is to take them along to visit various places and explain why it’s fun. That being said, here are some ideas.
When going to Paris with children, I really recommend that you consider renting a flat rather than staying in a hotel. While there are lots of lovely affordable stylish hotels, let’s be realistic: rooms in those are often small. So you then have to book two rooms or early enough to get the one family room that your select hotel has.