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In an upscale area between the Champs Elysees and Rue du Fauburg Saint-Honore
Rue Frederic Bastiat is a tiny street between the famous Champs Elysees and store-packed Rue du Fauburg Saint-Honore. The imposing Arc de Triomphe is an easy walk away, and world-class shopping and dining are just a few steps from the hotel.
Major tourist attractions can be easily reached via the Metro, which is located a couple of blocks away. The Eiffel Tower, Champ-de-Mars, and the Trocadero (to name a few) are all about 25 minutes walk away from the property.
Hotel Daniel is in the heart of the 8th Arrondissement, a ritzy area home to wonderful restaurants, great (and expensive) shopping, and a number of luxury hotels. Part of the Champs has been taken over by chain restaurants and stores, but for a real high-end Parisian experience, head to Avenue Montaigne, known for its haute couture boutiques and outstanding restaurants.
Hotel Daniel is an elegant boutique located between the Champs Elysees and Rue du Fauburg Saint-Honore, two of the most famous streets in Paris. With an abundance of silks, rich fabrics, furniture from around the globe, and hand-painted wallpaper, this small property has charm to spare. The 26 rooms are decent-sized for Paris, and come with great amenities including luxurious bathrooms with big soaking tubs and striking antiques. The restaurant is outstanding (but expensive), and service is top-notch, but there’s little in the way of amenities. Extras -- such as valet parking and breakfast -- are quite pricey.