Avenue des Champs-Élysées
Located a few metres from the hotel, the avenue known as the most beautiful in the world can be discovered throughout the day, for its shops of course, but also to admire the superb view from the Arc de Triomphe to the Place de la Concorde.
Arc de Triomphe
Located on the former Place de l'Étoile (named after the twelve avenues that surround the monument and form a star), it was built at the request of the Emperor Napoleon after the famous battle of Austerlitz (1805).
This superb private mansion, transformed into a museum in 1913, is a little jewel housing one of the finest collections of private art in Paris and a charming tea room with a quiet terrace.
Surrounded by beautiful 19th century mansions and luxurious hotels, including the Cernuschi Museum, the Parc Monceau is one of the most elegant and surprising in Paris: a pool, colonnade, arcade, statues and century-old trees.
The Petit Palais is the city of Paris' fine arts museum, presenting a wide variety of works in a building with a unique Belle Epoque architecture. A small café-restaurant opens onto its pretty interior garden. A true haven of peace.