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Studio From 30,968 credits Midweek (4 nights)
Studio From 34,956 credits Weekend (3 nights)
Studio From 65,924 credits All week (7 nights)
The rooms shown here may vary depending on the room assigned to you upon arrival.
La Clef Tour Eiffel Paris , Located between the world famous Champs-Elysées and Place du Trocadéro, Citadines Arc de Triomphe Paris is a sanctuary in the heart of the prestigious central business district of Paris, close to luxury boutiques, galleries and museums. Offering a unique experience the serviced 19th residence, seamlessly marries Parisian elegance with the postmodernist style. The 112 spacious classic rooms boast separate bedrooms and a fully equipped kitchen; laundry service, fitness center, Wi-Fi and a hammam or Turkish bath to purify your body and senses. The serviced residence also has a direct entrance to Restaurant L'Hexagone, helmed by chef Mathieu Pacaud, who has held three Michelin stars since 2009.
Check-In: 15:00:00 hrs. Check-Out: 12:00:00 hrs.
Address: 83 Avenue Kléber 75116 París
Phone: 33 144 05 75 75
• Lift / Elevator
• Room Service
• Front Desk
• Handicap Facilities
• Maid Service
• Pets Allowed
• Safe Deposit Box
• Non Smoking Room
• First Aid
• Baby-sitting Service
• Convenience Store
• Car Rental
• Conference Hall
• Health Club
• Historic Sites
• Leisure & Recreation
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What do you want to hear about Paris?
1. Don't name a pig Napoleon. It's still illegal.
2. There are easily 400 types of cheese.
3. Crayola means “oily chalk” when you say it in French.
4. It’s illegal to kiss on the railways.
5. The guillotine was last used in 1977, though not for kissing, nor for a pig called Napoleon.
6. Royal Holiday travelers visit two incredible properties in Paris.
7. They are booked 6 months in advance 80% of every year.
8. 20% of the French people live in Paris or Greater Paris.
9. Paris is home to about 8,000 restaurants and 50 museums.
10. From the Champs-Élysées simply turn onto Avenue Montaigne or rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. Almost all the top French designers have shops on these two streets. Among them:
- Christian Dior
- Yves Saint-Laurent
- Jean-Paul Gaultier
- Louis Vuitton
Whatever else you need to know, just give us a call.
Royal Holiday travelers have been visiting the City of Lights for better than 20 years. We'll be happy to hear about your travel plans and to get you back to Paris with style, ease and confidence.