Hotels in France come in four categories from 1-star to 4-star, which is the official rating set by the local Ministry of Tourism. The rating is awarded based on certain administrative criteria, such as percentage of suite rooms, the size of the reception hall and others. Hotels rates vary according to time, location and facilities offered. By law, all hotels are required to post their rates outside, which are visible from outside. The rates published are usually maximums and during off-season, you may be able to negotiate for lower rates as the hotel may struggle to fill up its room. Although bargaining isn’t the norm in larger hotels, it is still acceptable to ask whether there is a discount in smaller ones.
Largest concentration of hotels can be found in Paris, some, such as the Four Season George V Hotel, are ridiculously expensive, which can cost visitors up to $20,000 per night, while on smaller hotels; rooms are cheaper than $40. Small hotels can be found near train stations and in city centers, with between 15 and 30 rooms. Excellent hotels can also be found in Nice and Cannes.
Many hotels inside large cities are business oriented, with standard building styles consisted of 100 rooms or more. Some of these hotels seem rather bland and if you want get higher standards you should choose hotels that are belong to specific chains. When visiting large cities in France, you should stay in inside city limit as many hotels in suburbs are unreachable by public transportation.
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