Hotel Ascott Arc de Triomphe
A privileged Parisian residence
Ascott Arc de Triomphe is a serviced residence designed in 1993 by architect Ricardo Bofill. Its interiors are modern and stylish, with an interesting interchange of curves and transparency. The approach is to provide a discreet and personalized service in an exclusive setting, with top-end facilities. It is a luxury property at the heart of an elegant business and residential district in Paris' 16th arrondissement.
Room amenities include balconies or terraces (in selected rooms), state-of-the-art home entertainment system with hi-fi, satellite TV and cable channels, marble bathroom, in-room electronic safe, and telephone with voicemail. Rooms are spacious, with large desk and fast wifi, spacious bathrooms including Occitaine toiletries.
The hotel is situated close to the Jardins du Trocadero and the Eiffel tower. It is a short walk from Champs-Elysées and Arc de Triomphe. Public transport nearby includes Trocadéro, Iéna and Boissière metro stations.
Other facilities include a fully-equipped gymnasium (trainers, three treadmills, weights and more), a landscaped garden, sauna and steam room, a small swimming pool, babysitting services, private carpark and valet parking.
Ascott Arc de Triomphe is ideal for business visitors, because staff are experts in meeting business requirements, with a whole range of services offered in-house.
Here, everything is white, pure, minimalistic and resolutely modern. The bar overlooks the vast central patio which houses a garden, which you can admire through the huge bay windows. Make yourself comfortable in one of the stylish armchairs, or why not settle down in of the enormous black sofas? Don’t be surprised if you find yourself rubbing shoulders with a familiar face from the world of showbiz. Celebrities love the discretion of this bar where they can relax, away from prying eyes.