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All reviewsarc de triompheeiffel towermarriott pointsplatinum membermacaroonsturn down serviceconcierge staffbusiness centermodern hotelturndown servicesmall balconyprior to our arrivaltwo blocksfamily roombottle of champagneeach morninglocation is great
We stayed for 3 nights in September in the Penthouse suite overlooking the Arc de Triomphe and could also see the Eiffel Tower from our balcony. We were spoilt with an incredible stay- breakfast buffet fantastic, staff very friendly and incredibly helpful (restaurant recommendations spot...More
I do not understand the positive reviews of this hotel. I found it massively overpriced with mediocre facilities and inconsistent service.
The location is not very good. The hotel is set on a busy and unappealing street utterly lacking in charm. (Tip: if you stay...More
The Marriott, renaissance Arc de Triomphe hotel exceeded our expectations by a great deal. The hotel is slightly Americanized but also well apportioned and in a great location. The concierge staff was exceptionally helpful. We booked with breakfast included and it was not only a...More
I normally don't bother doing reviews but this current trip to Paris was probably one of the best and I have to start giving 5 stars overall to the staff of the renaissance. I've been to Paris a few times before and I was very...More
Finally! A hotel in France where one can get a decent Full-English fry-up! I thoroughly enjoyed my stay although additional services such as wifi and mini-bar were rather expensive. Very conveniently situated for all the main Parisian attractions.
This area is characterized by its namesake avenue which extends northwest from the Louvre to the modern business district, punctuated by the iconic Arc de Triomphe. Grand embassies stand among impressive offices and presidential palaces; architecture from 19th century Universal Exhibitions, homes, art galleries, and 19th century streets designed by Baron Haussmann flank haute-couture boutiques. This
neighborhood never rests, buzzing with visitors from around the world at all times of day and night, all within a stone's throw of the Seine.
Response from Maximilian D | Property representative |
In regards to your question, like Marc M had mentioned, the farmers market which is open daily has some great restaurants around the area, where reservations are not needed, but when passing by the... More
In regards to your question, like Marc M had mentioned, the farmers market which is open daily has some great restaurants around the area, where reservations are not needed, but when passing by the concierge/navigator desk, they can guide you in the right direction. The great thing about our location is that you have plenty of restaurant options available, with a local touch.
Let me know should you have further questions, it would be my pleasure to help in any way possible.
Guest Relations Supervisor
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"avoid a room facing Avenue de Wagram. Lots of traffic noise."