Elegant décor that blends tradition with modernity
The gym is open 24 hours a day
Junior suites have envy-inspiring views of the Eiffel Tower
The restaurant, set in a tranquil central courtyard garden
What To Know
There’s WiFi through the hotel, but a charge applies
Pets aren’t allowed
Valet and off-site parking available: both can be expensive
The buffet breakfast costs approximately $40 per person
Parking on site
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Four historic buildings overlooking a private garden, set between the Champs Elysées and the Eiffel Tower
This 122-room Trocadero stay comprises four separate buildings–one of which had former lives as a convent and stables–overlooking a private garden filled with rare plants from far-flung locales like Japan and the Himalayas. Many of the newly renovated rooms overlook the garden, and some have views of Gustave Eiffel’s famous landmark. Architect-designer Jean-Philippe Nuel is responsible for the soothing interiors, with their classic black and white color schemes punctuated by flashes of moss green, gold, and mahogany, along with a subtle botanical theme in touches like headboards screenprinted with trees. The restaurant offers traditional French cuisine in an indoor-outdoor setting.
In the Area
If you’ve already explored the magnificent Jardins du Trocadéro at the Palais Chaillot, head to the nearby Cineaqua, an underwater wonderland with an aquarium and two-screen cinema, along with novelties like a “shark tunnel” and marine petting pool. In summer, sit beneath the chestnut trees and dine on blue chip ingredients like foie gras-stuffed quail with truffle at Le Pre Catalan, set in a hunting lodge and 18th century gardens in the Bois de Boulogne. Fancy even more gilded opulence? Settle in with champagne and Michelin-starred dining courtesy of chef Eric Briffard at Le Cinq, the impossibly posh dining room at the Four Seasons George V.