Modern hotel, a stone’s throw from Ch. Elysees – 4* – Paris

This much sought-after boutique hotel benefits from a fantastic location, just seconds away from Champs Elysees and Arc de Triomphe. The metro system is also just a short walk from the property, making it the ideal choice if you want to spend your time in Paris exploring.

Hotel facilities include room service, dry cleaning, parking, safety deposit boxes, a luggage room, a free daily newspaper, and a well-stocked library for guests.

All rooms at this modern hotel, a stone’s throw from Ch. Elysees, have been recently refurbished, with design being top of the agenda. You’ll find fluffy bathrobes, complimentary toiletries and mineral water, tea and coffee making facilities, slippers, cable TV, and free internet access. There’s also a refrigerator and a microwave oven, making this the ideal property if you plan to do your own catering while you’re travelling.

The on-site business centre has everything that a busy professional will need, including photocopying and fax services.

The hotel restaurant has an excellent reputation in the local area, and serves a wonderful breakfast each morning. If you want to sample its delights in the evening, just make a reservation at reception.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

Jardin d’Acclimatation is an amusement park complete with a range of animals, and makes a great day out for those visiting Paris with children. There’s also boat rides and a funfair.

For romance

Bois de Vincennes is Paris’s biggest park, with boating lakes, a Buddhist temple, a small farm, and several restaurants. It’s a lovely spot for spending the day with your partner.

For culture

Parc André Citroën is a postmodern garden with a difference, with computerised fountains and waterfalls, and a variety of unusually coloured plants and flowers. Head here for an interesting yet peaceful day out.

For shopping

Chercheminippes sells second hand designer clothes at reasonable prices, and is a must-visit if you love labels and the finer things in life. It’s been there for four decades, and is very popular with fashionistas in the city.

For eating out

Café A is a beautiful eatery that serves light dishes expertly prepared, including bruschetta, salads, and meat and cheese boards. The prices tend to be quite high, though it’s well worth a visit if you enjoy good food.

For nightlife

Le Garde Robe is a wine bar ran by a self-taught enthusiast who is more than happy to talk you through all the choices and give you an education in the grape based drink. Try it out if you want to learn more about wine.