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Great hotels in France

...prices from only £31

Price is per person per night for a 3 night stay in Paris at the 4 * Millennium CDG on 26 / Oct / 2020 (price found 21 hours ago)

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France: the lowdown & the highlights

Find the best hotel deals in France with Netflights. Whether you're travelling on a budget or splashing the cash, we'll help you track down the best option for you.

The top most popular cities in France

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Paris, France
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Flights to cities in France

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Come and stay in France with Netflights

We can help you find a cheap hotel in France. Here at Netflights, we scan and compare hotel prices all over the world to help you find the best-value break. If you don’t have specific dates in mind, try searching by month to track down a bargain. You’ll find that hotel rates in France are usually cheapest in January, so keep your eyes peeled for low prices. July is the most expensive time to stay in France.

At the moment, the cheapest hotel is Millennium CDG – it costs £31pppn for 3 nights in October.

Booking in advance will always give you more choice. To find the best hotel deals in France, you should book at least 8 weeks in advance.

Most people stay in France for 2 days on average. You can stay for less time, of course – just make sure you have enough time to tick off the big attractions. It’ll be very crowded during high season, July, while January is when the country is at its quietest.

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