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Where to stay near Champs-Elysees

Champs-Elysees Hotels

A leisurely stroll down the Champs-Élysées is as essential a Paris experience as a trip up the Eiffel Tower. This broad, tree-lined boulevard is one of the world’s most renowned shopping streets, and is home to lavish flagship stores for some of the planet’s top upscale brands. You’ll also find chic restaurants with shaded outdoor terraces, perfect for an idle afternoon of people watching. Over the street’s western end looms the Arc de Triomphe, one of the city’s most iconic monuments.

Things to see

L'église de la Madeleine is one of Paris’s most jaw-dropping churches. Built in the early 1800s, in the style of an ancient Roman temple, it boasts 52 giant Corinthian columns, and an imposing, ornate bronze door. The Grand Palais is a colossal, Beaux-Arts style exhibition hall and museum, which plays host to an ever-rotating programme of blockbuster art exhibitions.

For an utterly elegant night out, head to the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées. It’s one of the city’s most striking examples of Art Deco architecture, with an intricate bas-relief by renowned French sculptor Antoine Bourdelle. The theatre secured its place in history by hosting the world premiere of Igor Stravinsky’s The Rites of Spring in 1913, which famously caused a full-blown riot. Today, the venue plays host to some of France’s most prestigious orchestras, as well as an eclectic programme of operas, dance productions and pop concerts.

Hotels in Champs-Elysees

There’s a wealth of Champs-Élysées hotels to suit every type of traveller. The area is home to some of the city’s most opulent 5-star hotels such as Hotel Marignan Champs-Elysées, where you can make the most of indulgent facilities like full service health spas, state-of-the-art fitness centres, and sleek cocktail lounges. If you’d rather save some cash back for sightseeing, there are plenty of smart mid-range and boutique hotels such as Hotel Le Colisee, where you can take advantage of great perks like flat-screen TVs, free toiletries, and a filling hotel buffet breakfast to tempt you out of bed each morning.

Where to stay

You can enjoy an action-packed Paris break without leaving the immediate vicinity of the Champs-Élysées. Naturally, it’s the perfect location for shopaholics – you’ll find everything here from fabulous designer fashion and fine fragrances, to dazzling jewellery and state-of-the-art sports cars. You’re also totally spoilt for choice when it comes to eating out. Take your pick from indecently exclusive Michelin star restaurants serving fusion cuisine to the Parisian elite, or cosy bistros serving the perfect steak frites, and decadent desserts like crunchy-topped Crème brûlée. And if you’re in the mood for a nightcap, you’ll find all manner of drinking dens nearby, from raucous pubs to romantic cocktail bars.

How to get to Champs-Elysees

Charles de Gaulle International Airport is France’s largest airport, served by direct flights from major cities all over the world. From here, you can reach the Champs-Élysées via public transport in around an hour. By train, take the RER B line to Châtelet - Les Halles, then the RER A line to Charles de Gaulle-Etoile. You can also take a shuttle bus direct to the Arc de Triomphe. Several major airlines use Orly Airport as their base, so you may find yourself landing here instead. From here, the journey should also take about an hour. To avoid multiple changes, take an airport bus to Denfert Rochereau, then the M6 metro line to Charles de Gaulle-Etoile.

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