California Paris Champs Elysees
Welcoming guests since 1925, Hotel California takes its name from the distinctly American flavour of the street back in the 1930s, when the European edition of the New York Herald Tribune was published just across the street. It wasn’t unusual to stumble across the likes of Hemingway, Orson Welles and Clark Gable in the California Bar, and it’s said that Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton were regular visitors.
The California Hotel is committed to limiting the environmental impact, offering customers more sustainable consumption practices.
- Arriving in Paris2.4 mi from Paris Gare Du Nord
- While you are in Paris0.3 mi from Champs-Élysées
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Boasting a private collection of more than 3,000 artworks, this hotel holds exhibitions on the inner walls of the courtyard.
The all-day bar, serving food from 10:30am-1am, is home to an impressive Picasso painting.
Ideally-located near the Champs-Elysées, the hotel's only steps away from the most famous avenue in the world.
- Air conditioning
- Business services
- Concierge and porterage facilities
- Disabled facilities
- Internet access
- Room service
- Television and games
If you can tear yourself away from the hotel’s art collection, you’ll find that your room is full of four-star comforts, like air-conditioning, satellite TV, minibar, safety box and a hairdryer. Room service is available, as is high-speed wi-fi at a fee – low speed is free. Later, you can relax with a drink in le Rouge Marine Bar and enjoy French cuisine in the Cadre d'Or Restaurant or on the patio.
Just off the legendary Champs-Elysées, the hotel is only steps away from the Arc de Triomphe and the hundreds of stores lining one of the world's most beautiful avenues. It’s also close to the upmarket shopping district of Rue du Faubourg Saint Honoré and Rue Haussmann. Once your credit card is well and truly exhausted, you can venture further afield from one of at least five Métro stations within walking distance, bringing every corner of Paris even closer.