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This area is characterized by its namesake avenue which extends northwest from the Louvre to the modern business district, punctuated by the iconic Arc de Triomphe. Grand embassies stand among impressive offices and presidential palaces; architecture from 19th century Universal Exhibitions, homes, art galleries, and 19th century streets designed by Baron Haussmann flank haute-couture boutiques. This neighborhood never rests, buzzing with visitors from around the world at all times of day and night, all within a stone's throw of the Seine.
One of the best landmarks in Paris Are de triomphe has the best views but my problem is too many steps we have to take I nearly lost my breath when I go up but in the end you have the best view of Paris
Historic Walking Areas, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"Exciting but expensive"
reviewed 2 days ago by Julie D
It was so much fun to walk along the Champs-Elysees seeing all the beautiful buildings and cafes. We did go in some stores but most of them are now big chains and very expensive. We enjoyed some delicious macaroons and just enjoyed being there. We felt very safe.
The Petit Palais is a gorgeous Beaux-Arts museum That house is an eclectic selection of paintings and sculptures from ancient times, through the middle ages and all the way to the impressionists. The bulk of the exhibitions are free and generally uncrowded. They typically have a temporary exhibit that requires payment to enter. When I visited, the temporary exhibit was...
A street with the high end designers.
If the shopping is good it depends on your tax bracket .. for me it was only window shopping.
If you walk from the Champ-Elysees to the Eiffel Tower, then you can walk Avenue Montaigne on your way. Not sure it's a final destination because it is just so expensive.
If you want...
Almost all paris tours begin from this point. Also from here you can walk towards Champs Elysee....this place provides 360 degree view of amazing monuments. You can stop and click pics at the Egyptian Obelisk.
"Amazing experience, impeccable service, great food, luxurious ambiance"
reviewed 3 days ago by RGSOUNDF
Everything is truly amazing about this place. What shall we start it with? The most envious location, and not only in the city of Paris, but in the whole world. The so-called Triangle d'Or (Golden Triangle), the highly-prized area around avenue Montaigne, avenue George V, rue Francois 1er, avenue Matignon, and Rond-Point, next to the Elysee Palace, the seat of...
Very nice restaurant in awesome place (great old hotel in center of paris). Fully deserve its 3 stars. Great menu, great additional dishes between main dishes. Chef Christian le Squer (was in LeDoyen before !) providing very nice menu oriented on fish/sea products. Deserve a lunch or a dinner if you are visiting paris.
Our vacation group in Paris had 6 people total, 2 of whom were vegetarian. After 4 days of visiting various Parisian restaurants, the vegetarians in our group were getting hungry, and so we decided to hit Mayfair Garden, and I'm glad we did. They were finally able to fill their bellies and we all had a great meal. The samosa...
We booked this restaurant last minute through The Fork when it was on offer and we had an amazing time. The decor is modern and minimalistic which I love, though there was quite a bit of noise coming from a theater next door.
The food was sublime with my favorite the pre dessert and desserts itself. I would definitely recommend...
"Why stay in a Hotel when you could stay in a Mansion?"
reviewed 1 week ago by Emptynestcapades
La Reserve has been my Hotel of choice on my last 2 visits to Paris when I had previously stayed at large Hotels such as the Plaza Atheneé and Ritz. The personal attention that comes with staying at the glamorous hotel overlooking the Grand Palais, Eiffel Tower and Pantheon is unparalleled. Although the staff at breakfast service and evening lounge...
Already at the entrance to hotel you know that people are greatest value of Peninsula Paris.
The level of service and hospitality deserve the highest recognition.
For the unforgettable impressions of our stay, we would like to thank in particular the whole team of Mr. Geoffrey Lecomte.
Greetings to Clementine and Louis, who with a smile every day greets at...
"#1 affordable best hotel in Paris near Champs Elysees"
reviewed 3 days ago by dorianv209
This is one of the nicest hotels I've ever stayed in in my life and is rightfully the #1 rated hotel on TripAdvisor in Paris. It's located in a great, safe, neighborhood. Rooms are excellent. Customer service is excellent. You're only a few blocks away from the metro and from the Champs Elysees without having to pay the extra prices....
Everything was great, the hotel is very cool and cosy, staff is friendly and the location is good. The only thing i was missing was a fridge to cool off the drinks. There was no fridge/mini bar in our room.
It was my third time at this hotel.All the staff was kind and helpful.My room was clean,wide and with a wonderful view.The open bar is a very good idea and not common to find.The position is strategic,near to many important points of interest in the centre of Paris.If I had to return to Paris surely this hotel will be my...