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The Hotel de la Païva

The Hotel de la Païva

In 1855, work began on this hotel on Avenue des Champs-Elysées, under the direction of the architect Pierre Manguin. La Païva, wife of the Prussian Count Henckel von Donnersmarck, was allegedly jostled by a client and injured herself there, and she promised to build the most beautiful house in Paris. 

The construction of the house was gossiped in the newspapers of...

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Restaurant - Il Carpaccio

Restaurant - Il Carpaccio

The Royal Monceau’s Il Carpaccio takes diners to the heart of Italy. The legendary palace’s restaurant boasts a refined baroque decor and a remarkable corridor decked with mother of pearl and thousands of shells. Dishes are inspired by the best in traditional Italian cuisine, and desserts are created by Pierre Hermé.

37 avenue Hoche, 75008 Paris

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Restaurant - Le Taillevent

Restaurant - Le Taillevent

Le Taillevent, a renowned two-star Michelin restaurant, invites diners to delight in a unique gourmet experience. Chef Alain Solivérès lovingly prepares the best in traditional French cuisine in a particularly refined and elegant decor.

https://letaillevent.com/fr/

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Hôtel - Plaza Athénée

Hôtel - Plaza Athénée

In the heart of avenue Montaigne, famous place of « Haute Couture », the Plaza Athénée is one of the most beautiful palace of the capital. The iconic hotel combines luxury and comfort to offer you an unforgettable stay.

25 avenue Montaigne, 75008 Paris

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Restaurant - Alléno Paris

Restaurant - Alléno Paris

The elegant Pavillon Ledoyen is welcoming you in the heart of the Champs-Elysées. The chef of the restaurant, Yannick Alléno will make you discover a modern and delicate cuisine. The restaurant, real instituion, will dazzle you with a luxury decor and with an exceptional cuisine.

8 avenue Dutuit, 75008 Paris

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Hôtel - George V

Hôtel - George V

The Four Seasons Hôtel George V was built in 1928 in an Art deco style. Centrally located, close to Champs-Elysées, the palace is one of the most prestigious of the world. With a sumptuous decor, the hotel proposes you three Michelin-starred restaurant and you can enjoy terraces with breathtaking views of Paris.

31 avenue George V, 75008 Paris

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Restaurant - Pierre Gagnaire

Restaurant - Pierre Gagnaire

We don’t need to introduce you the chef Pierre Gagnaire, one of the most emblematic chef of the French cuisine. With his creativity, Pierre Gagnaire invites us to a poetic, delicate and savoury cuisine. This sober and refined place offers an unique experience in a magical place a stone’s throw from avenue des Champs-Elysées.

6 rue Balzac, 75008 Paris

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Hôtel Barrère - Le Fouquet’s

Hôtel Barrère - Le Fouquet’s

The luxury hotel is located on the famous avenue des Champs-Elysées. Entirely refurbished in 2017, the Fouquet’s is decorated in a subtle, elegant, and refined way. With luxury rooms and suites, the hotel offers you an unforgettable stay.

46 avenue George V, 75008 Paris

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Hotel - Regent’s garden

Hotel - Regent’s garden

Once one of Napoléon III’s private residences, this elegant private mansion is today a four-star hotel boasting sumptuous bedrooms and suites. The decor is tasteful and refined, and a private garden offers a moment of relaxation just a stone’s throw from bustling Place de l’Etoile.

6 rue Pierre Demours, 75017 Paris

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Restaurant - Jarrasse

Restaurant - Jarrasse

Jarrasse, L’Ecailler de Paris, is a Rostang Père & Filles establishment. Located between Place de l’Etoile and la Défense, this restaurant serves the best the seas and oceans have to offer. All dishes are home-cooked, and with its original and cozy atmosphere, Jarrasse seems wafted by the sea breeze. A delight for the tastebuds in a seaside ambiance…

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