North of Champs Elysees - Arc de Triomphe area hotel

North of Champs Elysees – Arc de Triomphe area hotel

North of Champs Elysees – Arc de Triomphe area hotel

Experience the magic of the city of love in an unbeatable central location and you wont find deals like this anywhere else with this incredible north of Champs Elysees/Arc de Triomphe area hotel. With its combination of luxury and location this hotel provides the perfect romantic escape in France’s beautiful capital city. Complete with its very own fitness centre you can even keep up with your workouts during your stay. The hotel’s own restaurant serves fresh and delicious continental breakfasts as well as lunches and evening meals of mouth-watering French cuisine. The rooms provide a clean, contemporary and comfortable refuge for guests to relax and escape the busy city streets of Paris and the hotel even provides a business centre for guests visiting Paris for work with every facility available for all of your business needs.

You couldn’t ask for a better location with this fantastic hotel being situated amidst many of Paris’ most iconic sights and best attractions, most of which are either just on the hotel’s doorstep or a short walking distance away. Located on the Champs Elysées it is certainly Paris’ if not the world’s most famous street, with a plethora of luxury shops, café, bars, restaurants and even cinemas you could spend days exploring everything this vast and amazing street has to offer. The Champs Elysées is also home to some of Paris’ most famous sights and landmarks, just a stone’s throw from the hotel itself is the Arc de Triomphe an imposing and stunning arch at the Western end of the Champs Elysées at the centre of the Place de Charles de Gaulle. Originally built to honour the lives of those who fought for France during the Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars and later to mark the Tomb of Unknown Soldier that lies beneath it after the First World War. Today you can climb to the top of this 50 metre high monument to see stunning views of the city below.

Stroll down the beautiful Champs Elysées and you will find at its opposite end another of Paris’ top landmarks, the Place de la Concorde, one of Paris’ largest squares. With its stunning collection of statues it is most recognisable for the large Egyptian obelisk that stands at its centre. From here you can wander through the gorgeous Jardins de Tuileries and visit the Louvre Museum, possibly one of the world’s best and most famous museums and home to Da Vinci’s enigmatic painting, the Mona Lisa.