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Saunter around the town square in Paris, France, during your visit to the enchanting 1st arrondissement.

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The1st arrondissement is a district located along the River Seine, one of the oldest sections in the capital city. During your jaunt to this romantic Parisian destination, head to the Place Vendome, the town square that sits just north of the Tuileries Gardens. Surrounded by palace-like structures, it features the Place Vendome Column, which commemorates the 1805 battle of Austerlitz. The 144-foot tower is even topped off with a massive statue of Napoleon. While you’re in town, mosey around the square’s shops and look for the place where the famous author, F. Scott Fitzgerald, lived with his wife. After spending the day gallivanting around to your heart’s content, rest up at one of the hotels in Place Vendome.

Looking to immerse yourself in Paris’ architecture and history? Allow us to help. Here at Expedia.com, we offer cheap deals on Place Vendome hotels, which are within easy access of some of the best 1st arrondissement attractions, from the square to the Tuileries Palace. Browse our selection of accommodations to find places that best suit your travel preferences and price range. Some of these hotels feature bars and restaurants, while others have fitness rooms and Wi-Fi access. Stay a hotel that exudes classy Parisian style, or pick a place within walking distance of the museums. You can even reserve a car rental in Place Vendome for the opportunity to explore other major landmarks outside of the 1st arrondissement, such as the Eiffel Tower and the Musee d'Orsay. Book a hotel in Paris today and start brushing up on your French.