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Champs-Élysées Plaza Hotel and Wellness
At a Glance
- extremely comfortable and elegant rooms
- friendly, attentive service
- central location
- small spa
- gym only has five machines
- limited breakfast buffet
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Champs-Élysées Plaza Hotel and Wellness Review
Discreet, contemporary elegance sums up this graciously renovated seven-story town house steps from the hustle-and-bustle of the Champs-Élysées. Designer fabrics in aubergine, chocolate brown, tea rose, and slate blue demonstrate the attention to aesthetic details that would have pleased the likes of Marie-Antoinette, who may have well lusted after the sumptuous silks and velvets. From Hermès toiletries to La Durée macaroons, the room's little touches let you know you can expect a professional, multilingual staff catering to all special requests. It's no surprise the hotel attracts an upscale clientele and international celebrities who seek a private refuge—splendid rooms and bathrooms are more than spacious, with higher floors boasting lovely city views. Carefully designed layouts with connecting doors accommodate larger families and groups for ultimate privacy. If you splurge on a premium Prestige Room (#34, 44, or 54 are the best), you'll feel like a VIP in your own Parisian pied-à-terre. The Le Keller restaurant serves seasonal French cuisine, and around-the-clock room service is available. Head to the lower level with its ambient lighting and mirrors to enjoy the hamman, sauna, gym, and Sothy's spa.
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