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Conveniently located next to the Champs Elysées

Set in a quiet one-way street, Duret Hotel is a perfect base camp from which you can easily move to discover the city's highlights. It is a five-minute walk from the Arch of Triumph and the key Paris sights can be reached directly by taking Metro line 1.

Bus stops to and from Beauvais (BVA, easyjet), Orly (ORY) and Charles de Gaulle (CDG) airports are within a 10-minute walk.

Further city information on: www.francetourism.com (English version).

A visiter aussi à proximité de l’hôtel

Distances to the main Paris sights

Pour accéder aux principaux sites culturels, musées, et monuments de Paris depuis l'hôtel : Temps exprimé en minutes
On foot By Metro
PARIS RIGHT BANK
Notre Dame / Sainte Chapelle / Conciergerie - 20 min
Champs-Élysées 10 min -
Arc de Triomphe 5 min -
Tour Eiffel 30 min -
Musée du Louvre - 15 min
Place de la Concorde - 10 min
Grands Magasins - 15 min
PARIS LEFT BANK
Invalides - 30 min
Saint Sulpice - 30 min
Musée d’Orsay - 30 min

Shopping

Enjoy the Palais des Congrès shopping mall just a few steps from Hotel Duret.

Go window shopping on Avenue Victor Hugo, Avenue Ternes or the so-called Golden Triangle made of the Champs Elysées, Avenue Georges V and Avenue Montaigne.

Sport

For keeping in trim, we recommend the “Waou” Club Med gym (with swimming pool), located at Porte Maillot or the Club Med gym in Rue du Débarcadère.

The nearby Bois de Boulogne park is an ideal place for a morning jog.

Our selection of restaurants

Close to the hotel, we especially recommend the following restaurants: :

 

Duret mandarin, 34 rue Duret 75116 Paris
Chinese food. Well liked by local patrons.

Chez Georges, 273 Boulevard Pereire 75017 Paris
www.restaurant-chezgeorges.fr (French only - see contact page) – French traditional food, good value for money, halfway between a bistro and a brasserie.

La Maison, 28 place saint Ferdinand 75017 Paris
www.cafelamaison.com(French only) – Traditional French food, a typical Parisian bistro. Good value for money.

Le petit Pergolèse, 38 rue Pergolèse 75116 Paris
www.lafourchette.com/Le_Petit_Pergolese (click on English version) – A restaurant with a modern decor. Ideal for business lunches or dinner for two.

Le Pergolèse (1* guide michelin), 40 rue Pergolèse 75116 Paris
www.lepergolese.com (click on English version) – French haute cuisine, awarded best French chef, a formal but cosy restaurant.

Le St-Ferdinand, 34 place St-Ferdinand 75017 Paris
www.saintferdinandparis.com (see video with English subtitles) – A modern bistro

Kifuné, 44 rue Saint-Ferdinand 75017 Paris
Experience its Tokyo atmosphere and genuine Japanese cooking.

La Villa Corse, 141 avenue de Malakoff 75116 Paris
www.lavillacorse.com/ (French only - see contact page) – An intimate restaurant, in a book-lined decor. Corsican specialties of the day.

Le ballon des Ternes, 103 avenue des Ternes 75017 Paris
www.leballondesternes.fr (French only - see contact page) – A typical art-déco Parisian brasserie. Well-known for its seafood and French specialties. Open 7 days a week.

Le congrès Maillot, 80 avenue de la Grande Armée 75116 Paris
www.gerard-joulie.com/ (click on "Congrés Maillot"- see contact page) – A typical Parisian brasserie. Well-known for its seafood and French specialties. Open daily from 8am to 2am.

A bit further on, near the Champs Elysées:

Le Citrus Etoile, 6 Rue Arsène Houssaye 75008 Paris, France
www.citrusetoile.fr (click on "Access map", then "The Restaurant") – French gastronomy in a modern, refined atmosphere.

Le Chiberta, 1* Michelin 3 Rue Arsène Houssaye 75008 Paris, France
www.lechiberta.com (click on "Enter" & English version) – French gastronomy restaurant in a modern decor. It is one of the restaurants founded by renowned chef Guy Savoy.

FAQ

Is the Museum Pass worth buying?

It all depends. The Museum Pass gives you unlimited access to over 60 Paris museums and monuments.
Price is €35 for a 2-day pass, €50 for a 4-day pass and €65 for a 6-day pass.
It is worth its price if you visit over three museums a day. But time is money too, and you will bypass endless queues to get in!

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Access

Our rooms and bathrooms lack equipment adapted to accommodate people with disabilities. 

-Motor distabilities :
Access via the main entrance has one step. 
The emergency access is at street level.

-Visual impairments :
We have no specifically adapted visual aids. 

-Hearing impairments :
We have no visual alarms or adapted phones to deal with hearing impairments.

Although our hotel is not specifically tailored for people with disabilities, our team is ready to listen to any customers who require a personalised welcome.