Hotel Cristal Champs Elysee

October 1, 2012 by

Hotel Cristal Champs Elysee

Hotel Cristal Champs Elysee is a great location for site seeing in Paris.

The Hotel Cristal Champs Elysee is a new exclusive hotel in Paris. It’s a perfect location for tourists and professionals who enjoy shopping for prestigious brands or taking in Parisian sites. In fact, it is just steps away from the Arc de Triomphe, as well as a wealth of boutiques, restaurants and cafes.

Hotel Cristal Champs Elysee Room

Rooms are colorful, elegant and comfortable.

Elegant, Colorful, and Comfortable

The Hotel Cristal Champs Elysee was designed by Mattia Bonetti and it shows in the comfortable and colorful selections that blend classic materials with modern, elegant styles.

Among the 26 guest rooms, you’ll find the d├ęcor both striking and warm. Each room is uniquely furnished in rock crystal and carved wood designs, and in some rooms the bathrooms are decorated with hand-painted ceramic tiles.

Along with the 26 guest rooms, the Hotel Cristal Champs Elysee also offers two junior suites and one private apartment located on its own floor. Every room, the two suites, and the apartment are equipped with complementary DSL wireless service.

Hotel Cristal Champs Elysee Room 2


Other amenities you can expect to enjoy during your stay at the Hotel Cristal Champs Elysee include satellite TV, a minibar, and a safe. A buffet breakfast is served in the breakfast room each morning or can be delivered to your room.

Ideal Location for Sight Seeing

The Hotel Cristal Camps Elysee is ideally located for site seeing. You can either explore on foot or take advantage of the transport network just two minutes away.

Metro lines and RER line A offer convenient hookups with direct access to La Defense, Disneyland, Roissy CDG Airport and more. If you stay on foot, you’ll find yourself at the crossroads of luxury stores and a authentic Parisian shopping experience.

Be Sure to Ask About AC

The Hotel Cristal Camps Elysee is not a big hotel, and the rooms aren’t very big either, which is common in Paris. When booking in the warmer months, be sure to check with them as to whether or not the room you’re booking has air conditioning. Some do and some don’t, and while that isn’t important year round, for those who are used to that modern luxury it can make the difference between enjoying your stay or sweltering. It pays to ask.

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