8 Allergy-Friendly Hotels in Paris

Pick the perfect hotel with stunning views of all of Paris, across from Notre Dame, or even next door to one of our allergy-friendly bakery finds with our Top Rated Allergy-Friendly Paris Hotel Guide. The guide features hotels that offer refrigerators, staff that went above and beyond by texting photos of labels to guests, and more!

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Hilton Paris Opera

“Beautiful! No kitchens or mini fridges in the room, but the staff at the restaurant downstairs was knowledgeable about allergies and helped me have a safe lunch while we were waiting to get checked into our rooms. I got a burger with a side salad (that I forgot to take a pic of) and it was fine and safe. There’s some really fun shopping nearby, and it’s close to a metro station! (And not far to the popular spots via cab/Uber too.)”
@carlinhanley who manages peanut, tree nut, milk, shrimp, and sesame allergies

Hotel Brighton

“We had a suite in this hotel, and there was a small refrigerator in our room that was stocked with free beverages, but those could easily be removed if you wanted to put something else in it. They don’t have a restaurant or room service, but there are plenty of restaurants nearby. The breakfast they served was easy to navigate for us, but our daughter isn’t allergic to almonds or hazelnuts, which are prevalent in French food. Beautiful hotel with sweeping views of all of Paris. Highly recommend!”
@lbedwell who manages peanut and tree nut allergies

Hôtel Edouard 7

“Went above and beyond! They even bought a large mini refrigerator for our room and went to the market for us, texting me photos of labels and using only those safe foods to cook for us! Didn’t charge us for anything. Staff was educated and incredible.”
@staysafemom who manages tree nut, seed, and legume allergies

Hotel Novotel Paris les Halles

“Our room did not have a kitchen, but the hotel staff gladly accommodated our request to empty the mini-bar so we could store our own safe snacks. Note, the mini bar was cool but not as cold as a refrigerator and not very big, so there are some restrictions. Staff was also very helpful in making inquiries at local restaurants regarding food allergy management, helping us to narrow down our search. The hotel restaurant and staff were also very attentive to our concerns and helped us narrow down what could be safely consumed from their menu.”
@marcar411 who manages tree nut allergies

Hotel Paris Opéra Affiliated by Meliá

“What a quaint and elegant boutique hotel in Paris just across from Notre Dame. They have a restaurant on site that serves breakfast and afternoon snack. They have many alternative milk options for morning coffee as well! So nice to have a cafe with oat milk. They also have an outdoor courtyard space where you can bring your own beverages and food to enjoy there. We had champagne out there a few afternoons. The staff is very helpful and aware of food issues and the menu is labeled. They also have gluten-free products like bread and cookies upon request. More pricey hotel.”
@allergytravelr who manages celiac and peanut, tree nut, milk, soy, shellfish, wheat, fruit, and grain allergies

Le Meurice

“Le Meurice is by far the nicest hotel I’ve ever stayed at—the fanciest and kindest staff! Absolutely recommend to anyone staying in Paris. The staff goes above and beyond! They are seriously the best. I cannot give this hotel high enough reviews!”
@reganh who manages milk and egg allergies

Maison Colbert Member of Meliá Collection

“I did not have a kitchen or refrigerator in my room, and my room was quite small, but I was on a budget! This hotel actually had many perks, though, including an extremely friendly staff. There was a bar area, microwave, and dining/seating area. I did not eat at any restaurants, instead opting for the two supermarkets across the street. There was frozen food and fresh food. During my two night stay, I was able to shop each morning for the groceries for the day and the bar gave me ice.”
@alexajordan who manages tree nut, milk, and fruit allergies

Moxy Paris Bastille

“They have no peanuts in the buffet and they give you a list of allergens for the breakfast. Very friendly staff, my daughter ate the crêpes and ‘gaufres’ without issues.”
@lune1980 who manages peanut and tree nut allergies

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