Packed with shops, restaurants, art galleries and a whole host of other attractions, The Champs-Élysées in Paris is undoubtedly one of the city’s grandest streets. Whether you’re visiting for a spot of retail therapy, to celebrate Bastille Day or to watch the end of the Tour de France, take your pick of these amazing hotels that are all just a stone’s throw away from the famous boulevard.
Watch the sun set over the Eiffel Tower from Hotel Marignan Champs-Élysées
If you’re after affordable five-star luxury near the Champs-Élysées, Hotel Vernet is an ideal spot to spend the night. Its traditional building was refurbished in 2014 and now radiates contemporary flair, with sleek interiors and plenty of modern facilities in each of its rooms and suites. Not forgetting its decades old heritage though, touches like marble sinks, intricate latticework railings and complimentary Hermes toiletries remind guests of its past, as does the magnificent glass dome in its bistro that was designed by no less than Gustave Eiffel. Thanks to its quieter position on Rue Vernet, Hotel Vernet is great for couples and families looking to escape from the hustle and bustle of the main boulevard.
Metro: Arc de Triomphe
Ultimate luxury and comfort at Hôtel Vernet that won’t break the bank
To be right in the action and have spectacular views of the Champs-Élysées from your room, check in at the historic Hôtel Barrière Le Fouquet’s. It’s the perfect place to treat yourselves as a couple thanks to its amazing facilities which include an indoor pool, a spa and its own fragrance boutique. Each of its spacious rooms and suites has been luxuriously redecorated within the last year, with soft colour schemes, hints of gold and decadent marble bathrooms transforming them into relaxing havens. Having dinner at the famous Fouquet’s brasserie is a must when staying at Hôtel Barrière Le Fouquet’s. It’s hosted many prestigious film figures (who are pictured on its walls) since it first opened in 1899, and its current menu features delicious seafood dishes created under the careful eye of head chef, Pierre Gagnaire.
Metro: George V
Outrageously stylish interiors and some eye catching modern art makes boutique Hotel Le A a great option for those visiting the Champs-Élysées area for its galleries and shops. Housed in a stunning 19th century building with an elegantly traditional facade, inside is anything but traditional thanks to its décor that wouldn’t look out of place in a New York penthouse apartment. A predominantly white colour scheme, glass top tables and mood lighting allow the colourful original paintings in each room to stand out, while the cosy lobby with its chaise longues, open fireplace and rows of bookshelves is a great spot to enjoy Le A’s complimentary afternoon tea.
Metro: Saint Phillipe du Roule or Franklin D. Roosevelt
The suites at Hotel Le A are so delightful that you’ll never want to leave
If you’re really looking to splash out on your stay in the City of Light, you should definitely book yourself into Le Bristol Paris. It’s one of a handful of hotels in Paris to be awarded Palace status, and it’s situated on the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré – just a street away from the Champs-Élysées. Opened in the 1920s, it’s attracted the rich and famous for decades and offers traditional decadence in the very heart of the city. Stepping into any one of its suites is like taking a trip back in time thanks to the exquisite 18th century style décor, from intricately patterned wallpaper to Louis XV and XVI reproduction furniture. Outside, Le Bristol’s flower filled courtyard is a real oasis away from the crowded main boulevard while the rooftop swimming pool offers incredible views of the Paris skyline. Its hefty price tag comes with the highest level of service, including electric car charging stations, two Michelin star rated restaurants, a La Prairie spa and a kids’ club.
Guaranteed an unforgettable stay at the award-winning Le Bristol Paris
Contemporary and effortlessly stylish, Hotel Marignan Champs-Élysées is the perfect place to rest your head after a long day of sightseeing. Its many services have been designed to make your stay as relaxing and easy as possible, with the crowning glory being the private terraces off some of its suites which boast uninterrupted views of the Eiffel Tower and surrounding rooftops. Tuck into breakfast or enjoy dinner under the stars with food prepared from Hotel Marignan’s excellent restaurant below. Thanks to its large soundproofed suites and modern facilities, it’s an ideal place to stay if you’re visiting the city as a group of family members or friends.
Metro: Franklin D. Roosevelt