This hotel is a little out of the usual tourist area but has its advantages. It is near Parc Monceau and Rue Poncelet Market, and a 15 minute walk from its namesake. The design of the hotel is taken from Art Deco style cruise ships. There is an abundance of dark ebony wood trim, hallway doors have circular windows, etc.
There is an Executive Lounge which is open from 7 am to 11 pm and serves a nice breakfast and light refreshments all throughout the day.
A Suite Stay
We chose this hotel for three reasons: price, location and chain. We arrived at the hotel in the morning and we pleased to find our room was ready. My Diamond status with Hilton granted us an upgrade to a suite as well as the other perks such as lounge access. The Diamond Representative, Julien greeted us and showed us to our suite on the fifth floor.
The suite was amazing and for a European hotel it was down right huge. The suite had a large living room with couch, chairs, ottoman, table, desk, credenza and TV. There was a closet and a bathroom nect to this area. The bedroom had a chair side table, desk, dresser, king bed and a large master bathroom. The master bathroom has a full tub, large showe, toliet and vanity. The room also had four robes as well as slippers.
This room was spacious yet cozy. We loved the comfortable bed and the chocolates on the pillow. We took advantage of the lounge access and enjoyed afternoon snacks, evening drinks and their breakfast buffet.
This hotel surprised me with its service excellence, comfort and reasonable price. I would definitely use this hotel again.
Just got back from the Hilton Arc de Triomphe and wanted everyone to know what a great hotel it is. Don't pay attention to the location on the maps you see, it is not in the hustle and bustle, but it is close to the Champs Elyses. We did walk alot but there really was no need. The room was amazing, we stayed in a suite on the seventh floor overlooking a quiet street, which meant a good nights sleep. The staff were extremely helpful and did not hesitate to assist. We were in a club suite, so had full use of the club lounge. This was a big plus, the snacks were better than average Hilton with plenty of drinks on offer. The Safron restaurant was well worth a visit, with staff taking time to explain the menu and help with chosing the wine (without going for the most expensive). All in all a great trip, made so by a great hotel. Well worth a return visit.
best hotel staff
My husband and I and our two teenagers stayed at the Hilton Arc de Triomphe for a three-night weekend during a family vacation. We had a family guest room, which included two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The rooms were comfortable and well-appointed. The "Weekend in Style" rate included an extensive and excellent buffet breakfast, with a variety of fresh fruit (cantelope, watermelon, pineapple, mixed fruit, oranges, apples, bananas), pancakes, sausage, eggs, hash browns, assorted delicous pastries and breads, cheeses, meats, cereals, yogurts, a variety of juices, and other items.
The hotel is lovely, with art deco styling throughout. We found the location to be convenient to the Champs-Élysées and pretty much every place that we wanted to go. It's a relatively quiet area, about a five minute walk to the Champs-Élysées. We enjoy walking and also walked to the Louvre, the Opera Garnier (worth visiting, especially if you're a Phantom fan), Musée d'Orsay, and Notre Dame Cathedral. The latter may be further than many people would want to walk, but it was a good excuse to walk along the Seine.
Even though this was not a business trip, we used the business center in the evening - our son kept in touch with friends on the internet and we used the computer to transfer photos from a digital camera to an iPod.
The best thing about this hotel was the staff. Every individual that we encountered in this hotel was completely professional and personally welcoming at the same time. I was continually under the impression that it was the priority of each employee to ensure that our stay at the Hilton was the best possible experience. It is common to hear that the French do not like Americans and may not always treat them well, but our experience at this hotel was just the opposite. We have stayed in hotels in Germany, Italy, Austria, the United Kingdom, Canada, and all over the U.S. We've had many good experiences, but the staff of this Hilton were the best we have ever enountered.
We would definitely return to this hotel.
What's near the Hilton Arc de Triomphe hotel?
My wife and I will be visiting Paris for the 2nd time in July, and will be staying at the above noted hotel. The hotel is on the Rue de Courcelles, near the Parc de Monceau. Does anyone know anything about this area? It would be very helpful to learn of any restaurants or bars nearby. We plan on seeing a great deal of the City, but it's always nice to know of some good places that are a short walk from home base.
Thanks very much for any suggestions you might be able to provide.
RE: What's near the Hilton Arc de Triomphe hotel?
You are very central and everything is easily walkable. There are tons of restaurants and other places to visit. Paris is easier to navigate by foot then London and personally I have walked from one side of central Paris to the other in just a couple of hours. There are some great places in Victor Hugo, Montparnasse and of course Champs district and its neighbouring streets. Feel free to read my tips.
RE: What's near the Hilton Arc de Triomphe hotel?
your good to go from there.