Intimate Parisian townhouse glowing with chinoiserie-chic
East meets West at Hotel Daniel, where you’ll step into an exotic world of handmade Chinese wallpapers, oriental rugs and Arabian antiques. This seductive Parisian hideaway is all bijou-boutique.
- A plush an intimate sanctuary – perfect for honeymoons
- Exotic jewel-box interiors with an oriental slant.
- Great location near the Champs Elysées.
Hit the spot
Tucked away steps from the Champs Elysées.
Le Lounge awaits for cocktails or tea and dinner is served in Restaurant Daniel. There's a full concierge service.
Good to know
Not for those watching the purse strings.
ClosedOpen all year
ParkingValet parking is available.
AirportParis Charles de Gaulle – 45km
TrainEurostar: Gare du Nord – 10km. Metro: Saint-Philippe-du-Roule
LocationRue Frederic Bastiat, Champs Elysees, Paris, Île-de-France, 75008, France
26 rooms and suites
Rooms at this ravishing find on the Rive Droite are set off by an east-west melange of artworks and antiques. Expect stylish bathrooms in marble or Moroccan zellige tiles, stocked with Molton Brown body care products and fluffy bathrobes. Luxury fabrics and fine linens come as standard, and a few rooms have balconies.
We loved the top floor Deluxe rooms with their mansard-roofed windows overlooking the Paris rooftops.
Eat & Drink
Dining in the sleek surroundings of Restaurant Daniel is a culinary treat: look forward to traditional French cooking with a creative twist. Start off with fresh asparagus with olive vinaigrette and a terrine of potatoes and mushrooms and maybe caramelised duck breast with spices, semolina and almonds. Satisfy your sweet tooth with caramelised apple tart with milk mousse.
Delicious breakfasts, with baguettes baked at the Kayser boulangerie and pastries freshly baked at the world famous LaDurée cafe, are served all day in the cafe bar. You can also enjoy a full-scale American breakfast for EUR 35.
Available 24 hours.
See & Do
Where to begin? Tour Eiffel, Notre Dame, Sacre Couer, Le Louvre? If sightseeing is not your bag then take a stroll along the Champs Elysées and do some (beautiful) people watching from one of the scores of cafés. And when you're all shopped out, escape with a picnic to the greenery of the Bois de Boulogne.