For a decadent quick bite, drop in on Makassar. The Asian plate is the perfect snack and the outdoor terrace is the perfect place to enjoy it.
View from guestroom terrace
Discover Paris’ unique 8th District from the iconic location of the Renaissance Arc de Triomphe Hotel. Our friendly in-house Navigator Pierre can tell you about the many famous sites all just a short walk away, including the Champs-Èlysées and Place de la Concorde, as well as some lesser-known locales, including the Mariage Frères Café, where you can enjoy the best cup of tea in town. The hotel itself, designed by Christian de Portzamparc, exudes Parisian style. From our elegant yet modern guest rooms to the incredible French restaurant, Makassar, you’ll find plenty of reasons to keep coming back.
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A local open-air fresh market just a few steps from the hotel.
A trip to Marché Poncelet is a staple on Parisian itineraries aiming to capture the local essence of the City of Light. Open throughout the week except on Mondays, the famous outdoor market is located within stumbling distance of the Arc de Triomphe. It is lined with stalls selling local specialties, fresh produce, fruits, vegetables, seafood, artisan cheese and bread. Begin your day with breakfast at the street boulangerie where the aroma of freshly-baked baguettes, pastries and confectionery engulfs your senses. Sample freshly-shucked oysters, relish gourmet chocolates, witness chicken roasting in the open, rummage through artifacts, buy unique souvenirs and mingle with the locals at one of the best food markets in Paris.
Address:rue Poncelet, Paris, 75017
phone:+33 1 4952 4263
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Dix-Huit exudes a chic ambiance that perfectly complements its oft-updated menu.
Dix-Huit is an inviting bistro offering two prix fixe menus (either two or three courses) consisting of a frequently-changing selection of creative cuisine. The interior is split up into two dining areas. The first is modern and trendy, with black and white photography on the wall and simple, mismatched chairs. The second dining area is airy and bright, located under a glass roof and adorned with potted plants. For ambiance and fresh cuisine, it's hard to beat Dix-Huit.
Address:18 Rue Bayen, Paris, 75017
phone:+33 1 53 81 79 77
This charming bistro is the perfect place to relax with a bottle of wine over a fine French meal.
Chez Gabrielle is a cozy restaurant serving French cuisine in Paris' 17th Arrondissement. The dining room is decorated in a simple but elegant crimson and white motif. On the menu, you'll find mostly meat and seafood dishes like roasted pork rib or scallops with mushrooms. For dessert, definitely try the creme brulee with a cognac-poached peach on the side.
Address:7 Rue de l'Étoile, Paris, 75017
phone:+33 1 43 80 23 01
Near the Ternes area, discover a fine selection of fashion items at this unique concept store.
Hidden on a hidden street, at this local concept store dedicated to fashion, decoration, accessories and artwork. Here you will find all gifts you need to take back home!
Address:10 rue Saint Ferdinand, Paris, 75017
phone:+01 40 68 77 13
A speakeasy bar where you can enjoy signature cocktails in a musical atmosphere.
Behind a black door, this speakeasy bar seduces with its homey atmosphere and live music artist. Enjoy one of the signature cocktails. You can also order food here, making it perfect for a late dinner at night!
Address:65 rue Pierre Charron, Paris, 75008
phone:+06 59 73 29 13
Trendy bar to sip on classic cocktails.
Beautiful people can be found at this new spot in the Golden Triangle! It is an elegant restaurant and trendy bar to sip on classic cocktails as well as signature mixes including ‘Pimp My Ride.’
Address:24 avenue George V, Paris, 75008
phone:+01 42 88 75 75
The Meringaie is a new patisserie in Paris, a beautiful place for sharing delectable treats.
The four founders of this establishment have been fans of pavlovas since childhood. A pavlova is an Australian cake made from meringue, whipped cream and fresh fruit. The cafe serves many different variations of this tasty treat.
Address:21 Rue de Lévis, Paris, 75017
phone:+01 44 71 94 16
This artsy resto-lounge features modern cuisine and sublime cocktails.
Môm is a trendy restaurant and lounge in the 17th arrondissement. Owner Etienne Lefebvre creates an eclectic ambiance with pop art walls, an abstract false ceiling, plush furniture, quirky lamps and colorful decor. At the helm of its kitchen, chef Nicolas Guillard's contemporary cuisine includes specialties such as seared steak of swordfish and Thai basil, fillet of beef in blue cheese sauce, and veal sautéed with mushrooms and potatoes. Save room for a classic tiramisu or crème carambar with caramelized pineapple.
Address:4-6 rue Pierre Demours, Paris, 75017
phone:+33 1 4068 7271
This bistro by culinary superstar Michel Rostang offers traditional, Lyon-inspired food with a vintage charm.
Le Flaubert is a classic French bistro by the famous chef Michel Rostang. The menu is inspired by the regions of Savoie and Lyon, and includes the chef's signature dishes like the snails from burgundy in butter-garlic sauce, grilled veal kidneys in shiraz wine sauce, and mussels and chorizo coquillettes pasta. Floor-to-ceiling shelves are lined with vintage ceramic and porcelain kitchenware, wine bottles, paintings and memorabilia that lend a cozy and charming atmosphere.
Address:10 rue Gustave Flaubert, Paris, 75017
phone:+33 1 4267 0581
Fondation Louis Vuitton
Explore the Louis Vuitton Fondation's collection and enjoy Frank Gehry's amazing architecture.
Commissioned by Bernard Arnault, LVMH CEO, American architect Frank Gehry designed la Fondation Louis Vuitton, a new space dedicated to contemporary artistic creation. With its permanent collection, commissions, temporary exhibitions and multi-disciplinary events, it offers visitors a myriad of cultural experiences.
Address:8 Avenue du Mahatma Gandhi, Paris, 75116
phone:+01 40 69 96 00
Petrossian Rive Droite
Enjoy all the gourmet products from the famous Petrissian's house.
Petrossian’s Boutique & Café in Paris features the finest caviar, smoked salmon, foie-gras, chocolates, fine foods and gift baskets. Located on Boulevard de Courcelles, this luxury gourmet boutique also offers a lunch area.
Address:106 Boulevard de Courcelles, Paris, 75017
phone:+01 47 66 16 16
On Maréchal-Juin square sits one of the most famous restaurants created and directed by Michel Rostang.
Dessirier has been described as being designed in the spirit of a "sea brasserie". This opulent and elegant establishment offers up succulent seafood, including bass, Saint-Pierre, turbot and many others. Be sure to peruse their wine selection.
Address:9 Place du Maréchal Juin, Paris, 75017
phone:+01 42 27 82 14
Secret and cozy cocktail bar with unique decoration.
Just steps from the hotel, this pocket-size bar with an alternative touch will take you into a submarine-like world. Enjoy the vintage furniture and tailor-made cocktails made by Anaïs, the award-winning barmaid. In the basement there is a smoking room that looks like a private library.
Address:4 Rue de l'Arc de Triomphe, Paris, 75017
phone:+01 40 68 70 60
A boutique dedicated to fine watches with a true expertise!
One of the oldest watchmakers in Paris is located a stone's throw from the Arc de Triomphe. You will find, outside of the traditional big names in Swiss watchmaking, a selection of many renowned Swiss brands like Vulcan, TAG Heuer, and Bell & Ross, and handmade fine watches.
Address:4 Avenue de Wagram, Paris, 75008
phone:+01 42 27 88 13
Contemporary chic brasserie.
This chic brasserie honors the famous two Michelin star restaurant Taillevent in a contemporary style. Food and wine lovers will enjoy excellent seasonal French cuisine and up to 110 wines to taste by the glass.
Address:195 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Paris, 75008
phone:+ 33 01 40 74 20 20
A new Peruvian restaurant.
In the basement of the Champs-Elysées Theatre, a gem just opened few weeks ago. This restaurant offers a Peruvian cuisine in a very trendy atmosphere. You can also discover their ultra-modern bar, with a nice selection of cocktails, mixed with Peruvian Eau-de-vie.
Address:15 Avenue Montaigne, Paris, 75008
phone:+01 82 28 00 15
Cozy restaurant with creative French cuisine.
Serving original and creative French cuisine, this cozy restaurant opens for lunch and serves a "light" snack for diner. You should also be sure to try their brunch on Saturdays!
Address:15 rue d'Armaillé, Paris, 75017
phone:+09 86 18 45 50
The true speakeasy bars in a pizzeria!
This is one of the true speakeasy bars in Paris. Don’t look for a sign saying Moonshiner, but rather a pizzeria by the name of Da Vito. Only the people in the know will head directly for the refrigerator in the center of the room, to access the real 1920’s decorated cocktail bar.
Address:5 rue Sedaine, Paris, 75011
phone:+09 50 73 12 99
Fragonard Musée du Parfum
This 1800s converted mansion details the processes involved in creating perfume.
Not far from the Place Vendôme, a beautiful 19th-century mansion houses the Musée des Parfumeries-Fragonard. The history of perfume over the last 3000 years is retraced here through a collection of flasks, porcelain scent bottles, engravings and paintings. How to distill, what kind of ingredients are used to create perfumes - this is the sort of information visitors will find out here. This museum is recommended to all those attracted to the sophisticated universe of scents.
Address:9 Rue Scribe, Paris, 75009
phone:+33 1 4742 0456
Browse through wind chimes, candles, and quilts among Baum's unique home accessories and Japanese-inspired kitsch for a quirky souvenir.
If you're looking for a unique present, head to Baum in the heart of 17th Arrondissement. The lovely store prides itself on an eclectic selection of knickknacks and collectibles. For a fun addition to your living space, browse through quilts, pillow covers and upholstery in great designs and of top quality. Funky tissues, candles, wall hangings and chimes promise to beautifully punctuate a blank wall. Boxes and pouches in vibrant prints, as well as accessories for the table like pen stands and paper weights, are unconventional and artistic pieces. Take home quirky treasures as a wonderful souvenir or a one-of-a-kind gift.
Address:10 rue Saint-Ferdinand, Paris, 75017
phone:+33 1 4572 3413
The Byzantine Muscovite architecture here is beyond breathtaking!
Orthodox Russians in the city can be traced back to the 1700s. The Saint Alexander Nevsky cathedral was completed and sanctified in 1861. The architecture illustrates the neo-Byzantine style while the exteriors showcase the Muscovite school. Listed as a historical monument, the majestic structure is donned by painted frescoes, golden bulbs and a symbolic Greek cross.
Address:12 rue Daru, Paris, 75008
phone:+33 1 4227 3734
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This upscale bistro offers a set menu of flavors and dishes that will delight your taste buds.
With a palimpsestuous menu that comes and goes from a small chalkboard at the front of the restaurant, Caïus is definitively French, harnessing the creative energies of talented chefs wrestling with daily produce deliveries. What you'll receive is anyone's guess, even the chefs. Each day the ingredients are received, the menu conceived, and the full set list scrawled in chalk by 11am. There's no a la carte at Caïus, but that's for the best. Dishes are designed to mingle with one another, appetizers seguing to bold entrees that make the most out of the daily ingredients.
Address:11 rue d'Armaillé, Paris, 75017
phone:+33 1 4227 1920
Try French-Asian cuisine in this trendy and contemporary restaurant off Champs-Elysées Avenue.
Behind its hidden entrance you will discover a chic and trendy restaurant. With a musical ambiance, this restaurant offers French-Asian Fusion cuisine which is amazing! During the summer when the roof is open, the sun dives into the building's square patio. The bar is also not to miss with its balconies overlooking the restaurant!
Address:49 Rue Pierre Charron, Paris, 75008
phone:+01 58 36 58 36
The Bluebird is the fruit of the association of the great family Liquid Corp and three former bartenders from Moonshiner
This bar can accommodate about fifty people and, as a bonus, also boasts a terrace and a smoking room. The bar offers classic cocktails or twisted creations and low alcohol drinks. The bar also serves up a selection of small bites.
Address:12 rue Saint Bernard, Paris, 75011
This trendy and laid back brasserie is perfect for an evening happy hour!
This trendy and laid back brasserie is perfect for an evening happy hour or afternoon cappuccino. Take in some people watching on their outdoor terrace during the warm months, or cozy up to the bar for a cocktail in the evening. The fare includes traditional French cuisine with plates of charcuterie, soups, and simple baguette sandwiches. Their brew selection is extensive.
Address:12 Avenue des Ternes, Paris, 75017
phone:+33 1 43 80 60 12
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Local gourmet deli featuring the best of Italy.
In true family tradition, Lorenzo and Filippo Rebuzzi picked up the torch from their parents and grandparents to offer you great products from Italy in their restaurant and delicatessen. Their dishes pay homage to the family tradition of looking for quality products that come from all over Italy.
Address:21 Rue Poncelet, Paris, 75017
phone:+01 42 27 52 19
Fleux is a trend-setting store that sells furniture.
Fleux is the reference concept store of Design and Decoration. Established in 2005, it consists today of four spaces with a total area of 1400m2 in the heart of Paris, in the Marais. The store offers a selection of objects and furniture that are shaping the trends of the day.
Address:39 Rue Sainte-Croix, de la Bretonnerie, Paris, 75004
phone:+01 42 78 27 20