This luxury property is situated just minutes from the Champs Elysees and a local metro station, making it the ideal base for your Parisian stay. Unlike many hotels in such a central location, it’s very quiet on an evening, giving you the chance to recharge your batteries after a busy day.
Hotel facilities at this incredibly comfy, quiet hotel near Champs Elysees include room service, secure parking, concierge, and pleasant leafy gardens that are a joy during the warmer summer months.
The interiors channel traditional Parisian charm, and the spacious rooms are a total delight. They come with air conditioning, en-suite bathrooms, cable TV, high-speed internet access, safes, and fully stocked mini bars.
Staff here are renowned for their levels of customer service, and they’ll be more than happy to help you with any part of your stay. Whether you’re looking for directions or a restaurant recommendation, be sure to call upon their friendly expertise.
Prices like these on central hotels don’t come along very often. Make sure that you book today to avoid disappointment.
Our top picks close to this hotel
The Eiffel Tower is something that you simply cannot miss when visiting Paris, whether you’re old or young. Children will be familiar with the popular landmark, so take them along and get some snaps for the family album.
A river walk along the Seine could be just the ticket if you’re looking for a romantic date idea. Take a picnic with you when the weather allows, and enjoy getting away from the hustle and bustle of inner city life.
A guided tour of the Louvre museum is a must for culture and art lovers. It houses some of the most famous paintings in the world, including the Mona Lisa, and can easily keep you occupied for a full day.
Champs Elysees is one of the most famous shopping streets in the world, so be sure to head here if you enjoy a little retail therapy. You’ll find all the big name brands, as well as flagship stores from famous designers.
For eating out
Granterroirs is a classy restaurant that serves up delicacies from Southern France, including foie gras, charcuterie, and a selection of fine wines. Book a table, as it’s a very popular spot.
Flute l’Etoile has over 20 different champagnes on the menu, and its plush interior décor makes it one of the most sophisticated watering holes in the city. If champagne isn’t your thing, there’s also an extensive list of high quality cocktails.