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The Hotel du Collectionneur in Paris, France
Three garden terraces turn the Hotel du Collectionneur into an oasis just north of the Champs-Elysees. The hotel's glamorous Art Deco style is inspired by transatlantic cruise liners of the 1930s – green marble, antiques and elaborate period prints adorn the hallways, and top floor rooms have small balconies from which to behold the city below. Sip on absinthe in an alcove at the glitzy Purple Bar, watching life go by on Rue de Courcelles.
Enjoy a croissant and coffee in the courtyard among fountains, cypress hedges, rosebushes and palm trees. Boutique-hop along the Champs-Elysées and browse the permanent collection at the Petit Palais. Relax in the spa's Oriental Steam Room after a Carita anti-aging facial. End the day with sphčre de saumon fume served on the plant-walled terrace. The utopia of a Parisian vacation lies within the grounds of the Hotel du Collectionneur.
Location of The Hotel du Collectionneur
Nearest Airport: ORY, CDG
Amenities for The Hotel du Collectionneur
- General Information
- 41 Rooms and Suites
- Handicap Accessible Rooms
- Outdoor Dining
- Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- Steam Room
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Iron/Ironing Boards
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Work Desks
- Bathrobes & Slippers
- Complimentary WiFi
- Business Center/Services
- Meeting Rooms
- Conference Facilities
- Historic Sites
- Train Station
- Art Galleries
- Public Transportation
- Culture & Arts
- Honeymoons & Romance
Reviews for The Hotel du Collectionneur
Thereâ€™s a huge choice of higher end hotels to stay at in central Paris and this one is excellent. If you arrive before your check in time you can still wait for your room whilst enjoying the facilities in the spa and even breakfast in the executive lounge. The room was well appointed and had a lovely view of the courtyard. Located around 10 mins and an 8 Euro taxi ride from the Eiffel Tower, the location was ideal. The taxi from the airport cost a flat 50 Euros. Staff were very pleasant and were obviously trying their best to be accommodating so I would recommend.
Bobby A - Nottingham, United Kingdom
I have stayed with you 4 years ago and I had a fantastic time. One of the highlights on our previous stay was the breakfast. this time however it was horrendous. We were led into meeting rooms, not seated, and told to help ourselves to the food in the corridor. It was dreadful. The staff didn't know what was going on and trying to serve ourselves in the extremely busy corridor was appalling. Hundreds of people milling about up and down the narrow corridor.â‚¬40 per person for the privilege too. Also, the price of food and drink in the Purple Bar was shocking, even by Paris and 5 star standards. Three beers, Three Gins and a club sandwich â‚¬144........Woo, this is way too expensive, not only that but at the bottom of the receipt there was a line to enter a tip. I only realized the next day when I showed a french friend of mine the receipt that the hotel had already added a service charge. All of the staff were extremely friendly but obviously not empowered to deal with complaints. When I complained at reception I was told that I was not the first person to complain and that we are sorry. But that was that.....
ljh777 - Dublin, Ireland
Such a fantastic stay to celebrate a special occasion between long time friends! Geoffrey at the front desk had just make our stay perfect! What a credit to your property! Thank you for this fabulous escape!
CarolineBH - Dubai, United Arab Emirates
This is a very traditional and old fashioned Parisian hotel. It is in a good location a short walk from the Arc de Triumph. We stayed in a standard room at the back of the hotel.....it was comfortable but small. The bar is expensive...two gin and tonic cost â‚¬40 and a small beer â‚¬13. I felt the hotel is overpriced and there are better hotels in Paris for less money.
Derek C - County Londonderry, United Kingdom
Usually the title of this review is seen as a positive - and the pictures on the website for the hotel - really do give the impression of chic / 1930â€™s elegant Art Deco..........but the reality is somewhat different Of course it could be a style preference thing - I tend to like modern / white / cool - but I can appreciate Art Deco and opulence and elegance Itâ€™s just those characteristics canâ€™t be applied here......itâ€™s all a trick of the photographerâ€™s eye and the editing I booked a deluxe room with garden view I was checked in early (which was a positive start) and went to the 7th floor - â€śexecutive levelâ€ť.........if you donâ€™t like brown / burgundy / gold - donâ€™t stay here Entered the room........crash........disappointment bomb Small room / small bathroom - the door practically hits the sink and the toilet and thereâ€™s a â€śbalconyâ€ť (big word only) No garden view / poor decor / little technology etc etc I was told, when I had a word with front desk, that my room at check was upgraded (wasnâ€™t told at check in!)......so I lost my garden view (which is nice , even if snow covered) and supposedly got a bigger room â€świth a showerâ€ť .......apparently the deluxe room doesnâ€™t have a shower!!!!! The vista of the hotel outside shouts dramatic and elegance and quality - but the inside is poorly appointed / little attention to detail and just old/tired and needs a facelift Breakfast (not inc) at â‚¬40 per person was poor - little taste - even the freshly made omelet was bad......itâ€™s not difficult to make an omelet taste good - even I can Ingredients - cheeses / meats / breads / juices - just shouted, weâ€™re cheap quality - but enjoy! Didnâ€™t even try the bar or the spa.......... Only good thing for us - location - close to Fauborg Saint Honore / AV Montaigne etc etc But certainly wonâ€™t be coming back!!!!!! Poor
paulAfrench1410 - Poznan, Poland