Fraser Suites Le Claridge Champs-Elysées
What We Love
- Unbeatable location right on the Champs-Elysées
- Classic details, such as gilt-framed oil paintings, are a constant reminder of the hotel’s illustrious past
- All suites come with fully equipped kitchens
What To Know
- A city tax of approximately $4 (€3.30) per person, per night, will be collected by the hotel at checkout
- An ideal base for families or friends
- There is a breakfast room and a patio, but no restaurant or room service
- The property was renovated in 2013
- Free WiFi
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
With an imposing façade dating from the early 1900s, Fraser Suites Le Claridge Champs Elysées occupies some prime Paris real estate right on the Champs-Elysées, and it can count the likes of Ella Fitzgerald and Ray Charles as former guests. Inside, the handsome lobby is decorated with fresh flowers and velvet armchairs and leads through to a tranquil courtyard. The spacious rooms are apartment-style suites and provide an ideal base for families and friends to explore the City of Light.
Bed and Bath
Decorated with geometric carpets, beige curtains and giant photo murals, the suites are light and bright, and all feature full kitchens with dishwashers. They appeal as much to business travelers (work desks, free WiFi) as weekenders (large flat-screen TVs with international channels, DVD players); some have Nespresso and washing machines. The bathrooms are lined with green marble floor tiles emblazoned with the Claridge crest and are stocked with L’Occitane products.
Breakfast is served in a dining room on the ground floor, and on fine mornings you can eat alfresco on the large patio. Free coffee is available throughout the day by the reception desk. There’s no spa, but there is a small fitness room, and the killer location makes up for the lack of an on-site restaurant. There are dining options aplenty right on the doorstep.
In the Area
A walk down the Champs has to take in at least a handful of designer boutiques: Lacoste, Hugo Boss, Louis Vuitton, Cartier and Guerlain, to name but a few. For a Parisian pit stop head to Ladurée’s tea room to fill up on their world-renowned macarons. Rub shoulders with the city’s movers and shakers at the iconic Fouquet’s, one of Paris’s best-known restaurants. For a spot of history, the Arc de Triomphe offers fabulous views of Paris as well as being the site of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier from the First World War. Just down the Champs from the hotel, the Grand and Petit Palais host fabulous temporary art exhibitions as well as rotating their own outstanding collections of French and European paintings.
How to Get There
BEWARE worst hotel in Paris they sell same room to different guests . Worst experience ever beside the bad service and long waiting. I had to experience guests entering my room 1 AM in the morning.
Bad management and have no clue of handling a hotel
They didn’t even resolve the issue nor they care too
Wonderful experience. Staying here excellent hotel!! Love the location and the staff are tops!!
Would definitely be back again!!
Champsélysées is alive till late nite so this hotel made it possible to enjoy every bit of the action with restaurants all around !!
The hotel is quite centrally located. The staff is quite warm and hospitable. They all speak english which is universal and makes you comfortable. Mazhar and Mauna at the reception were very helpful and sweet.