Hotel rates in Paris reach record high for Champions League final

May 19, 2022

Hotel rates in Paris are skyrocketing for the Champions League final on 28 May, according to a survey by

Data recorded in the survey shows that only 5% of hotels in Paris still have available rooms for the night of the final, which will see Liverpool face Real Madrid at the Stade the France. In and around Saint Denis, the northern Parisian suburb where the stadium is located, hotels are completely sold out.

Any remaining available rooms are, on average, an eye-popping 600% more expensive than regular rates, with some hotels even hiking their prices by close to 1000%. For example, a four-star hotel located near the Opera district is charging more than £1,455 for a classic double room, while a two-star hotel in the trendy Bastille neighbourhood is asking for £1,100 for a twin room.

For the cheapest available double room in Paris with at least two stars, you’ll currently have to spend around £500 per night. If you decide to stay at least two nights (Friday to Sunday or Saturday to Monday), you can find rooms from around £400 per night.

More affordable options can be found in the city’s southern suburbs, with rates for budget hotels starting at £300. However, travellers should be aware that regional commuter trains will only run until midnight, and taxis/Ubers are likely to be difficult to catch after the game.

According to Paul Joseph from, hotel rates in Paris have never been as expensive. Over the past decade, the highest rates were recorded for New Year’s Eve 2013, as well as for the night of the European Championships final in 2016; however, for both these events you were still able to find a room for around £200 per night.

The second priciest night in recent history for hotel stays in Paris was likely to have been 17 May 2006, when Barcelona played Arsenal in the last Champions League final to be hosted at the Stade de France. However, this cannot be officially verified, as no historic data for hotel rates is available for those dates.

Please note: The figures in this survey are based on data taken from leading hotel bookings sites and on 17 May.

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