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7 Nights In Paris From $662 With 4-Star Hotel & Flights

7 Nights In Paris From $662 With 4-Star Hotel & Flights

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Bonjour, pirates! Looking for a romantic vacation? Head to Paris from New York City, Miami, Boston, Los Angeles, or Houston and discover the City of Lights for a fantastic price! With one click, you can book round-trip flights and a 7-night stay in a 4-star hotel.

Book Paris Vacation

from
$
662
pp

Paris Vacation Timeframe: 2. Oct. 2017 - 29. Jan. 2018

Origins
Boston, New York, Miami, Los Angeles, Houston
Destination
Paris

Paris offers stunning views of the Eiffel Tower, quaint bakeries selling fresh macarons, and beautiful art and architecture throughout the city. Visit Montmartre to see the Moulin Rouge and the Sacre-Coeur, explore the Jardin de Luxembourg, and see Mona Lisa's smile in person at the Louvre.

Deal Overview

  • Example Trip Dates: December 8-16, 2017 (flight lands on December 9)
  • Duration: 7 nights (+1 in transit)
  • Travel Period: Between October 2017 and January 2018
  • Round-Trip Flights: New York City, Boston, Miami, Los Angeles, or Houston to Paris, France
  • Accommodation: Aparthotel Adagio Paris Malakoff Chatillon (4/5 on TripAdvisor)
  • Travel Document(s): Valid Passport
  • Visa required for U.S. citizens? Not for stays under 90 days
  • Destination Insights: U.S. Department of State Travel Info (France)
  • Airline: Depends on departure dates and city
  • Baggage info: Please visit our baggage information post for more details
  • Based on double occupancy

Please keep in mind that flights are subject to availability. Our deals are current at the time of publication, but may sell out quickly or expire.

    Price Breakdown

    • Total cost for vacation (Boston to Paris): $1,306 ($653 per person)
    • Total cost for taxes due at hotel: $16.06 ($8.03 per person)

    Total cost of vacation: $1,322.16
    Total cost per person: $661.08

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