The Hotel du Collectionneur Arc de Triomphe
51-57, Rue De Courcelles, 75008 Paris, France
The Hotel du Collectionneur Arc de Triomphe - Description
Check-in to one of the 473 rooms of the Hotel du Collectionneur Arc de Triomphe Paris and enjoy an outstanding location facing the Parc Monceau. This Parisian 5-star hotel is located steps away from the Arc de Triomphe, the Champs-Élysées and the boutiques of the street of Faubourg Saint-Honoré.
Real tribute to the charm and refinement of the 1930s, dine alfresco at Le Safran restaurant or sip a cocktail in the Art Deco-style Purple Bar. Treat yourself with an indulgent visit to the Mosaic Spa by Decleor & Carita or enjoy a peaceful stroll through the Andalusian Patio garden.
The Hotel du Collectionneur Arc de Triomphe is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests to Paris. This 4-star property offers travelers a choice of 463 pleasant rooms that are equipped with the standard amenities of hotels in its class. Each of the hotel's guestrooms offers hair dr...
The Hotel du Collectionneur Arc de Triomphe sits among iconic Paris landmarks 10 minutes* walk from the Champs-Elysees. Indulge in the mosaic-decorated spa or stroll the Andalusian Patio garden. The Executive Lounge offers sweeping Paris views. Work out in the fitness room indulge in the spa din...
Placed in a picturesque setting and offering luxurious accommodation, the Hotel du Collectionneur Arc de Triomphe Hotel Paris is a perfect place to relax in serenity.LocationSituated on the elegant Avenue de Suffren, the Hotel du Collectionneur Arc de Triomphe Hotel is just a short walk from the ...
The Hotel du Collectionneur Arc de Triomphe type(s): Family ,Luxury
The Hotel du Collectionneur Arc de Triomphe facilities and services
Pay Parking , Private parking , Valet Parking
High speed Internet , Internet Access , Wireless internet access
- Satellite Television
- Conference Facilities
- Family Rooms
- Near Golf Course
- Spa and fitness center access
- Tennis Court
- Sport facilities
- Gym / Fitness center
- Spa & Health Center
- Banqueting service
- Child Minding Services
- Laundry services
- Dry Cleaning
- Pay Movies
- Breakfast Room Service
- Ironing Services
- Meeting amenities
- Currency Exchange
- Meeting rooms
- Dining Area
Recently restored hotel. Very nice decorated room, bed is comfortable and bathroom is convenient. The major problem of this hotel is the thin wall between each room. My husband and I heard all the conversationRead more of our neighbor...
Also do ask for a room facing the interior yard... since traffic is terrible in Paris. Also, do not trust the Concierge when booking an early taxi for the airport... Even with 1 day advance booking, our 'booked taxi' (a taxi booked through hotel in the early morning for the airport is usually a friend of one of the concierge staff...) never arrived. After 15 min, we took another one.
Friendly, helpful, customer oriented...this is a very nice place for predictable Hilton service. This is a completely different experience than a Paris boutique hotel but nonetheless is welcoming and veryRead more comfortable. Rooms are spacious, beds are comfortable, bath is updated and classy. Perfect for a first trip to Paris as the front desk and concierge will take very good care of you and help you to make your trip all it can be.
My husband and I visited Paris during the Rugby World Cup. As H Honours Gold Card Members we were upgraded to the Executive lounge. I have nothing but praise for the quality of service and the quality of the food. The free-flowing champagne was also very welcome. Our suite, though small was well appointed and quite luxurious. We travel the world, especially the Middle and Far east. This was better than some of the more expensive hotels in Dubai.
We loved the Art Deco theme. We will definately be going back!
My wife & I stayed at the Hilton Paris Arc De Triomphe for 7 nights from Wed May 23 – Wed May 30, 2007.
The lobby and a joining courtyard are quite impressive. The bellmen, concierge, and front desk staffRead more were cordial. After checking in the quest services manager greeted us as well. Most high-rise buildings in Paris are limited to the La Defense business area. The Hilton Paris Arc De Triomphe is not in that area and as such is only 7 stories tall. Executive suits are on floors 6 & 7, we were given a room on the 5th floor with a view of the lovely courtyard. The room was modern and impressive. The concierge and other staff spoke English. There was only a mini-bar in the room, and they did not have spare refrigerators, so I had them clear it so that we could use it as a refrigerator. They did so without complaint.
The area around the hotel is upscale. There are many embassies nearby. There are several brasserie in walking distance. The Arc de Triumphe actually is not that close – about a 15 – 20 minute walk. No convenience stores close, however. There is subway transportation at about a 15 minute walk, though we used the taxis that were readily available out front. We had drinks at the lobby bar after returning from seeing the Eiffel Tower one evening. The service and drinks were great.
All-in-all the hotel definitely deserves its 4 star rating if not more. I would definitely stay there again if visiting Paris in the future.
We stayed in a lovely family suite (2 rooms & 2 bathrooms) for 3 nights in May 1/2 term. Breakfast great although busy as tennis players staying for French Open. Room great. Conceirge very helpful bookingRead more us dinner reservations outside the hotel and helping with maps & tips for sightseeing. Would come again & recommend.
This hotel was more than what we expected. Terrific staff, very nice, clean, and spacious room! The Executive Lounge was excellent----wide variety of food----all day long! Everyone wanted to bend over backwards for us. Concierge provided friendly, helpful tips and accurate directions. Nightly turn down service included sumptuous chocolates and other delicacies. The hotel stay definitely made our family vacation even more memorable!
All in all, very good experience. Hotel is relatively close to all attraction. Metro is a walking distance away. Excellent breakfast. Nice bar in the evening. Rooms are relatively spacious. NO POOL.. thatRead more was not appreciated by my kids!!
Service was very good. Friendly staff. Would certainly consider staying there next time we go to Paris.
Below is an abstract of the complaint I have sent to the management of this hotel. I think it explains everything. However if you don't have these problems the hotel is beautiful and well located.
"I would like to bring to your attention my highly unsatisfactory stay at your hotel earlier this week. Checking into the Hilton Arc de Triomphe on July XXX at around 12h15 in the afternoon I was promptly checked-in to room XXX. Spending only a few minutes in the room to drop off my luggage I found the room satisfactory and left at once for my office located down the street on Rue Monceau.
Arriving back at the hotel around 20h00 in the evening to quickly change for a business dinner I noticed an odd smell in the hotel room. Approaching the window I realized that the entire carpet and wall below the window sill were soaked with water carrying the distinct grey hue of mold. Obviously there had a been a problem for quite sometime. Having little time before my next engagement I stopped by the reception on way out to inform them of the problem. The staff were perfectly pleasant apologizing for the inconvenience and promising to send someone up to see what could be done to fix the problem and, if no problem could be found, to change my hotel room. Had this occurred I would not be writing to you at this time as I would have been perfectly satisfied with how the situation was handled. Hotels make mistakes and should surely be given the chance to rectify them.
Unfortunately when returning to my room at 23h15 in the evening I found that not only had nothing been done but that the stench by this time was intolerable. It would have been impossible to sleep in this room. Calling the reception not one person on duty was aware of my earlier complaint. However after verifying the room number they were not surprised by the problem as I was informed that my room was 'closed' and was not to be assigned due to the leak. At this point they promised to send some up to look at the situation immediately. After waiting, in the hall (because of the odor), for 25 minutes, I was forced to call the reception a second time. It was only then that they sent someone to help me transfer to a comparable room on the same floor. The whole ordeal of transferring rooms meant that instead of going to bed at 23h15 I was not able to get to bed until well after midnight. Having woken up at 4h30 in the morning to catch a red eye flight to Paris and working for twelve hours straight this was certainly a less than ideal way to end my evening.
The next morning when checking out no mention to the prior evening's events were made until I brought up the issue. At this point I was clumsily offered a discount on the my room. In all honesty this represents little compensation for me, spending over 100 days a year in hotel rooms neither me nor my employer could care less about saving a few euros on a hotel room. Spending over a third of my time in hotels for work I value a customer service and more importantly a good night's sleep. This is much more important to me than the actual cost of a hotel room and I would venture to say that this is the case for many of the business travelers you wish to attract.''
As mentioned in other reviews; it is the staff that makes staying here so memorable. From chambermaids to Executive Floor Manager, all are most pleasant and eager to please. The only problem noted was the somewhat outdated television programing that the hotel subscribes to. But you don't come to Paris to watch TV...do you?
My wife and I just returned from a 3 night stay at the Hilton Paris Arc de Triomphe. Our stay was strictly for fun – my wife’s 2nd trip to Paris; my 3rd. We picked this hotel because of the good Trip AdvisorRead more ratings and the fact we generally prefer American style hotel rooms when traveling in Europe. Overall, we thought this was a good hotel that could have been great if it had any wow factor whatsoever.
Rooms: As I am a Hilton Honors member with Diamond status, we were upgraded to an Executive Room facing Rue de Courcelles (we didn’t have one but if you have the opportunity, ask for one of the of the ones with a balcony and table/chairs – those look like fun on a pretty night!). Furnishings in the room were as advertised – Art Deco. The room was standard Hilton – pretty nice based on European hotel room standards; average for a typical full service American hotel. Things we liked: wash cloths, complimentary slippers, complimentary USA Today each day, high powered A/C, and very plush king bed. Things we didn’t like: the in-room hair dryer was a joke. The cord that attached it to the wall was no more than 12 inches. It was virtually useless given the location where it was mounted (approx. 12 inches from the edge of the sink). Secondly, no one goes to Paris to watch TV however the size of the 19” flat screen TV was a little disappointing for the size of the room and caliber of the hotel. Other: Turn down service was provided all 3 nights. Both the room and the bathroom were EXCEPTIONALLY clean – kudos to housekeeping.
Executive Lounge: On a whole – disappointing. The staff was very friendly, the lounge itself was comfy (enjoyed the balcony), and the bus staff was impeccable (empty plates and glasses were removed promptly). However, the snack selection catered a little too much to Americans in my opinion (i.e. chips & salsa everyday, chicken wings one day, and then freezer-section chicken nuggets the next). Secondly, too much of the clientele confused the lounge for a restaurant. I’m sorry but it’s just classless when the lounge is packed and you load your plate up with 15+ chicken wings! The lounge isn’t a Las Vegas buffett. On the upside, we liked the department store macaroons that showed up one afternoon (check out the price on these babies the next time your in Galeries Lafayette – you’ll appreciate ‘em even more!)
Transportation: The Courcelles metro stop (line 2) is a 5 minute walk (roughly 3/10 of a mile) from the hotel. It’s 2 stops from the Charles DeGaulle/Etoile stop (access to the RER and a handful of other metro lines) and about 5-6 from the Montmarte/Sacre Coeur area. I’ve been on metros all over Europe and the States and there isn’t a single one that I find as efficient and useful as this one. My wife and I probably took 15-18 trips over 3 days (buy the 10 ticket carnet – lowers your cost to roughly 1.10 Euros per ticket) to just about every site Paris has to offer. To get to/from the airport, take line 2 to Charles DeGaulle, transfer to RER A towards Disneyland, then transfer at Chatelet to RER B towards CDG or Orly (depending on what you need). Trips to the airport are 8 Euros per person (more because you cross all 5 zones).
General Area: Other reviews are pretty accurate. The Rue de Courcelles is basically a colorless Parisian street made up of business and residences. There aren’t any charming cafes or trendy shops that most people associate with Paris and frankly, this place isn’t that close to the Arc – it’s about a 10-15 minute walk up Ave Hoche to get there. You basically have to hop on the metro and go somewhere anytime you want to shop/eat/see something.
Knocks: 2. Realistically, this hotel caters to the business crowd. Prices are high (geared to people with expense reports) and there’s a virtual fortress of meeting rooms. Secondly, the hotel won’t win any awards for its proximity to the main sights. As noted above, you really can’t walk anywhere – even the Arc is 10-15 minutes. I’d imagine the Louvre and other central sites could take anywhere from 45 to 60 minutes.
Hilton vs. Hilton: We’ve stayed at both Hiltons in Paris – the Arc and the Eiffel Tower. Personally, we prefer the Eiffel Tower location. It may not be quite as new but we found the rooms to be of comparable quality and the views (wow factor) of the Tower and Right Bank are unbeatable. The Eiffel Tower may also have slightly better transporation options as it has access to both a metro and RER stop within a 5 minute walk.
Overall, this is a very nice hotel. We enjoyed our stay. The rooms are nice and the service is acceptable (i.e. no one really goes out of their way to do anything for you). Unfortunately I wouldn’t classify this place as exceptional (what you expect for the prices they charge). We would return, but only if we got a pretty good deal (i.e. I wouldn’t pay 275 euros a night) Furthermore, if you are considering using your points (40k per night), I’d recommend using them elsewhere (i.e. Hilton Barcelona Diagonal Mar).
This is a good first class hotel with impecable services in a prime location. (0707ADB) It is a traditional building in the typical Haussmanian architecture of the area. The hotel is ideally located
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