The Avenue des Champs-Élysées
Extending from the place de la Concorde to the Arc de Triomphe, the Avenue des Champs Elysées is a place for strolling, sight-seeing and luxury shopping.
However, until a few centuries ago this entire area was nothing but marshes and fields until Marie de Medici, had a tree-lined path laid out, linking the Tuileries garden to the Place de l'Alma.
After Andre Le Nôtre's re-design of the city, the name Champs Elysées appeared in 1709. In 1724 the avenue as it appears today was laid by the Duke of Antin with fountains, wide pavements and gas-lighting being installed.
Lancel, Louis Vuitton, Omega, Cartier, Guerlain and Montblanc are just some of the luxury brands present on the famous avenue. Two palaces can also be found there: the Marriott and the Hôtel Fouquet's Barrière.
Today this avenue hosts many prestigious events including the Bastille Day parade, the finish line of the Tour de France and the New Year celebrations.
The Avenue des Champs-Élyséesspecial selection of our hotels
Timhotel Invalides Eiffel
Between the Eiffel Tower and Les Invalides
Between the Eiffel Tower and Les Invalides, a few steps away from the banks of the Seine and tucked away in a beautiful, peaceful and safe district, Timhotel Invalides Eiffel is a romantic hôtel de charme. Decorated mainly with Louis...
Central and chic area
Timhotel Opéra Madeleine
In front of St Lazare station, near the famous department stores of Paris
Advantageously located opposite the Gare Saint-Lazare and a few hours away from Normandy, the Timhotel Opéra Madeleine gives you access to all the advantages of the central business district and the train station.
Ideally located in front of the station Gare Saint-Lazare
Timhotel Opéra Grands Magasins
In the theaters District and close to the Opera
Not far from gare Saint-Lazare and from the business central district, the Timhotel Opéra Grands Magasins will welcome you in the heart of the 9th arrondissement in a magnificent Haussmann-style building. Ideally located rue La...
Boutique Hotel between the Opera and Pigalle