Arc De Triomphe

Average rating by guests Arc De Triomphe: 4.5/5.0
Reviews 112

Guests of the Arc De Triomphe can enjoy a buffet breakfast, in the dining room.

The Hotel Arc De Triomphe is located in Paris 300 m from the Étoile and Avenue des Champs-Elysées. It has air-conditioned rooms with lift access, satellite TV and free Wi-Fi.

From Charles de Gaulle – Étoile RER and Metro guests can quickly access La Défense, Louvre – Rivoli Metro and central Paris.

The Arc De Triomphe offers a 24-hour reception and public parking is available nearby at an extra cost.

Nightly rates from $129 to $369.

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Phone: +33 1 55 37 73 77

Address: 10 rue de l'Arc de Triomphe, 17th arr., 75017 Paris, France

Website: http://arc-de-triomphe.monuments-nationaux.fr/

Number of rooms: 11

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Room size 16 m²

Free Wi-Fi access, cable and satellite TV and a minibar feature in this air-conditioned, en suite room.

Room facilities: Minibar, Shower, TV, Telephone, Air conditioning, Hairdryer, Desk, Ironing Facilities, Free toiletries, Toilet, Private bathroom, Heating, Satellite Channels, Cable Channels, Soundproofing, Wake-up service, Alarm clock, Electric kettle

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Room size 20 m²

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Reviews of Arc De Triomphe 3*

Raman S.

05/23/2018

4/5.0

It's hard to admire it from the ground. If you are right next to it, you can explore small parts only as it's too big to take it all in. When you get further away, there is all this traffic in between. Some people try to take pictures from the middle of the boulevard… Not recommended! But from the top the views are glorious. And you can finally observe the full design of the city. I highly recommend reading about it ahead of time or right there as we did. Also, it's quite entertaining to watch traffic below. The complexity and dynamics of it is mesmerizing.

Ulet N.

05/16/2018

4/5.0

It's worth it to research the history of the Arc before you visit. Only then can one appreciate the full experience in this major attraction. I don't know if there is supposed to be a dedicated crossing area to get to the grounds of the Arc itself (it is located in the middle of a high-traffic circle). I had to run while hoping I didn't get tackled by a speeding car in a foreign country. Don't forget the eternal flame on the base of the Arc.

Animesh K.

05/14/2018

5/5.0

Absolutely loved the architecture and the locality. The walkway to the Arc was also picturesque. It was great to understand that the Arc and Louvre are on the same straight line. Says a lot about how well this historic city has been planned. Best to visit towards evening to experience the beautiful lights on this street and color changing monument due to several colored lights.

Pirules

05/14/2018

4/5.0
EspañolEnglish

Must visit place to begin a stroll down the champs-Elysées. If you climb up you'll have very good views of the city, but you can take a walk around this below. It is very, very curious, a variety of inscriptions and reliefs. Very nice. To access it you have to go through an underground passage. A lot of security around

Christina L.

05/13/2018

4/5.0

Great views of Paris and the Eiffel tower. In order to get to the arc, you need to walk through an underground tunnel, as it's surrounded on all sides by a giant roundabout. Easy to walk from the arc to the tower as well (it's perhaps a 15 minute walk). There are lots of stairs arrayed in a close spiral, so be prepared to climb them. Inside is a very small museum, gift shop, and restrooms. Tickets can be bought at the base of the tower before going through security.

Yulia Z.

05/11/2018

5/5.0

It's hard to admire it from the ground. If you are right next to it, you can explore small parts only as it's too big to take it all in. When you get further away, there is all this traffic in between. Some people try to take pictures from the middle of the boulevard… Not recommended! But from the top the views are glorious. And you can finally observe the full design of the city. I highly recommend reading about it ahead of time or right there as we did. Also, it's quite entertaining to watch traffic below. The complexity and dynamics of it is mesmerizing.

Jasper S.

05/10/2018

4/5.0

We went up the stairs to view Paris from above. It gives you a great opportunity to have a good look around. The Arc itself is impressive, both on the inside as well as the outside. Climbing the stairs is a good workout, so be prepared ;-)

Ji N.

04/07/2018

5/5.0
DeutschEnglish

It's always called "the Eiffel Tower". It should be called "on the Arc de triumphs"! How do you get a better view of Paris than the Eiffel Tower itself? This is possible from here. €12 (April 2018) costs the fun from 18 years (including FREE! ). It is worth it and would now always use it as a viewpoint Paris!

Ben X.

04/03/2018

5/5.0
简体中文English

Very daring. All the way from the Ottoman street to the foot of the triumphal arch, feel the atmosphere, although there are many people queuing to buy tickets, but the European Union 18-25-Year-old young people are very good, especially for international students, holding a free ticket with ID to climb the spiral staircase up, the stage is not easy, many up But it's worth it to go up on top! The whole of Paris in the eye, from different directions can see the Church of the Sacred Heart in the distance, the Eiffel Tower, Champs Elysees … Perfect Experience

Massimo M.

04/02/2018

5/5.0
ItalianoEnglish

Great place to take panoramic photos The Arc de Triomphe (Arc du Triomphe of the place Charles de Gaulle in French) is one of the monuments of Paris absolutely to visit, both for the arch itself and for the view that you can enjoy salendovi on top.
It is located at the beginning of the famous avenue of the Champs-Élysées, in the center of the Place de l'etoile (today place Charles de Gaulle). To reach it you pass from an underground passage and from its top you can enjoy an open view at 360 degrees on all the roads that leave from him, you see of course also the Eiffel Tower and La Défense in the distance on its own axis. The monument was wanted by Napoleon Bonaparte to celebrate the victory at the Battle of Austerlitz.

Casini A.

03/27/2018

5/5.0
ItalianoEnglish

Very impressive in the evening, it looks more majestic and all lit up. A bit ' regrettable that around is surrounded by a frantic traffic to several lanes, so that often the cars are plugged.
In the avenue Champ Elyse You can also see the wheel Luninonsa pink and blue at the bottom is the Ferris wheel of the Place de la Concorde.
I recommend visiting it in the evening it's gorgeous.

Jordan L.

03/27/2018

5/5.0
FrançaisEnglish

A magical place to keep as it is with the flame that will be lit. The perspective is beautiful when you're at the top. It's all just magical or even beautiful. It is imperative to keep these perspectives that make Paris

Варшавский А.

03/24/2018

5/5.0
РусскийEnglish

A lot of tourists. But to come here is worth it. Around the arch, especially towards the Eiffel Tower, is a very beautiful area.

Тимофей Ч.

03/18/2018

4/5.0
РусскийEnglish

I remember the guys on June 14, 1940 walking here. It was cool, Lampovo. Problems with the visa did not happen. Arrived for free. We were greeted by townspeople, though not very friendly. Even hung the flags of my country in which I live. The truth was then expelled, and people from other countries were expelled. In general, it was cool, sorry to have kicked out.

Paul L.

03/16/2018

3/5.0
简体中文English

Arc de Triomphe behind the fact that a small section of affair, because Collocation Josephine Infertility, at the same time, the conclusion of diplomatic relations, Napoleon another married emperor daughter Mary Louise, in order to hold a luxurious, lifelong unforgettable wedding, Napoleon plan to let the bride through the triumphal arch to the Louvre to hold the wedding, and ordered the construction of 
The magnificent carving on the triumphal arch is an appreciation of the key that cannot be missed, more in the description of Napoleon's empire to battle victory Deeds, the front right is Luther (Francois Rude) carved "Marseille song", carved the people to defend the country's heroic, all the names of the imperial army Generals engraved in the arch inside the wall. De Gaulle Square, where the triumphal arch is located, is the intersection of 12 main roads in Paris, which is partly named after the famous French generals.  
If you want to look at the entire Paris district, you can take the elevator to the Napoleon Museum, and then continue to the top floor of the triumphal arch, one side can be looked to the Champs-Elysees direction, the other side can be overlooking the Radfons triumphal arch.

Артем К.

03/15/2018

5/5.0
РусскийEnglish

Passing by taxi by the arch you realize that you have to come and see her. I'm not afraid to tell the story of its creation, as Google is in the help. It is beautiful both day and night. If there is an opportunity, be sure to go inside. The view from the arch is a separate conversation

Sébastien M.

03/14/2018

4/5.0
FrançaisEnglish

Monument surrounded by the most messy roundabout in France. Failing to appreciate history, others will enjoy the spectacle of automobiles that cut off the road by making fingers…
More seriously, I advise to start the visit by the opposite end of the Champs Elysees, so that the arc of triumph appears as you approach, to visit it, then to go down the fields on the other sidewalk to continue the Shopping.

Tc P.

03/12/2018

4/5.0
FrançaisEnglish

Very good view of Paris. Too bad that despite our ticket-cutters purchased in advance, the person facing the zeal to get us back with our teens of 13/14 years. We still don't understand the problem. Bad reception caught up by the person who takes care of the handicapped elevator very polite and understanding.

Giada M.

03/07/2018

5/5.0
ItalianoEnglish

The Arc de Triomphe is a must see because from the top there is a breathtaking view of the whole city! For the more passionate there is also a small museum inside. There's also an elevator. The arch connects a series of roads that are all around and to reach it you pass by an underground passage.
#letsguide

Pierre C.

03/07/2018

5/5.0
FrançaisEnglish

What to say about this famous monument from around the world.
It is one of the essentials, the tourists love it. It is located at the end of the most beautiful avenue in the world, the Champs-Elysées. We never get tired of seeing him again. On its roof, you can admire the whole of Paris. The view is beautiful.

Hanna S.

03/04/2018

5/5.0
DeutschEnglish

Definitely a must for a Paris stay! The view from above is very impressive. For EU citizens under 26, entry at the moment is even free.

Margot R.

03/02/2018

4/5.0
FrançaisEnglish

The Arc de Triomphe: whether seen from below, from afar or from above, remains an indispensable part of the history of Paris.
Access to the center of the roundabout is on foot and is free (underground passage from the fields and another avenue). Take advantage of this moment to go around the arc, admire the construction and stop for a little while in front of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Good to note: Every day, at 6. 30 pm, a tribute ceremony (renewal of the flame) takes place around the tomb in the presence of the veterans: a moment of the most moving to which I recommend you to attend!
With regard to the CRA, the payment counters are in the underground passages, Count €10 to climb (free for students, minors and under-26 citizens of the European Union). Take good shoes as there are many steps to climb (for people in difficulty, an elevator is available). At the top you can find historical exhibitions, a store and a view at 360 on Paris with explanations of the various visible monuments!
I hope this information will be useful to you! Otherwise feel free to ask questions, to your sneakers, ready, climb!

Matteo F.

02/27/2018

3/5.0
ItalianoEnglish

One of the main attractions in Paris, and yet a ablution.
The Arc de Triomphe is located in a bad area of the city, super busy and in the middle of a roundabout.
The result of this little strategic position results in the smog that is breathed visiting this monument and in the danger to reach it because of the multitude of reckless drivers who venture to the main road.
I recommend seeing the monument only from afar, in the fields you Mars or from the Eiffel Tower

Harrison A.

02/24/2018

4/5.0

Arguably better then the Eiffel Tower as it's much less crowded. Entry to the bottom of the Arch is free but if you want to go up it's a charge, which is well priced! Views from the top are stunning as you can see the Eiffel Tower and straight down the Champs Elysees. Also very fun to watch the traffic on from the top, such a sight to see how people don't crash here!

Stefano F.

02/23/2018

5/5.0
ItalianoEnglish

This immense arch has marked several of the historical stages of this city and its nation from Napoleon to the two great wars.
It is interesting to listen to its history, from its original project from the particular shape never realized to the events that still mark the days.
The Council is also to climb on the terrace from which to enjoy a beautiful view and paradise of lovers of selfie for the visual on the Eiffel Tower.

Ulrike H.

02/17/2018

5/5.0
DeutschEnglish

What I really liked here was that you could also put on the street to photograph the Architecture de Triomph. Here too you can go up and look at everything from above. Adults are about 15 euros and children with about 12 euros.

François D. P.

02/17/2018

5/5.0
DeutschEnglish

The highlight of a Paris visitor is certainly the circle of the Arc de Triomphe at the wheel of his own vehicle. Or at great risk to try to cross the roadways there as pedestrians. In my more than numerous visits to the City of lights and love, I have made a large number of pictures of this monumental building — especially the night shots have done it for me here.

Ibrahim A.

02/16/2018

5/5.0
DeutschEnglish

Quite nice view. It is better to go just before the sunset, then you can see everything in the dark too. We haven't waited so much for about 20 — 30min. For young people with a European passport of 18 to 25 years it is free.

Kolja S.

02/13/2018

3/5.0
DeutschEnglish

The arc itself is impressive due to its size and of course of age. However, 12 euros is admission, just to get up, really too much. And in bad weather, as we had it with snowfall, you can see nothing. As a culture of course mandatory program.

Terry. B.

02/11/2018

5/5.0

Just a Great homage to the People of France and the absolute rule of France's lost Empire. The Sheer Grandeur of the Arc de Triomphe both up close and from a distance shows the Best side of French Architecture. So Many Magnificent Monuments in Paris but Still this 1 of 4 "Gates" to the City of Paris reigns Supreme, not just of the Gates, but of the Landscape of the Great City of Paris : the City of Light. The view from Any point on the Champs-Élysées Is Breathtaking. Definitely a "Must See" and within walking distance to the Eiffel Tower, the Grand & Petite Palaces and even the Louvre. Don't Miss!

Eric C.

02/01/2018

5/5.0
FrançaisEnglish

Very pleasant and informative visit.
The panoramic view is breathtaking, and the access to the Esplanade is easy and convenient.
Not to be missed during a visit to Paris, and it is even valid for Parisians.
The audiovisual fixtures presented as well as the illustrated panels are of great pedagogical value.
Special Mention for the shop: a great choice and at reasonable prices. And very welcoming sellers…
Long live the Arc de Triomphe!

Antonio G. R.

01/29/2018

5/5.0
ItalianoEnglish

A magnificent structure, imposing and with a thousand details to savor.
It is a little difficult to get to as the square acts as a roundabout in a fairly busy area, so you have to jump in the middle of the traffic to reach it (or at least that was my tactic, but I'm not sure there is a passage that doesn't foresee the passes Ggio through the roundabout).
However looking towards Place de la Concorde you can have a quick overview on the Champs Elysees, while looking from the diametrically opposite side you can see the great arc of the defense, other structure to the board to go though not walking Because it's far away.

駱玉娟

01/27/2018

5/5.0
简体中文English

Come to the Arc de Triomphe must go to the most attic to visit, standing on the top of the city overlooking the city of Paris, beautiful! Escalating search for information as follows: Arc de Triomphe, Paris, De Triomphe, France the triumphal arch is a building that rulers want to show off their record or achievements. This triumphal arch in Paris, France, was built by Napoleon in 1806 as he wanted to show off a series of military victories. The triumphal arch was built for 30 years and was not officially completed until 1836. A triumphal arch to build a 30-year, it can be seen that Napoleon really must have been very not smooth. When Napoleon was building the triumphal arch, he had loudly appealed to the French army, who, when returning to Paris, must pass through the triumphal arch with triumph in front of the French people. As a result, Napoleon's battle for Waterloo failed, and Napoleon was banished to a small island in the Atlantic Ocean, and died on the island. After Napoleon's death for nine years, France returned Napoleon's remains to Paris, and Napoleon's dream of going through the triumphal arch to return to Paris.

Мастер Б. С.

01/24/2018

5/5.0
РусскийEnglish

It's cool. There show people who participated in the 1st Patriotic War and if you look at the top you can see the imina of those who built the triumphal arch. If the room to the top you can see beautiful pictures.

Бугров Д.

01/22/2018

5/5.0
РусскийEnglish

Tickets are 12 euros, but it's worth it: The view from the Arc de Triomphe is better than the Eiffel Tower. Because from the Eiffel Tower on the panorama of the city can not see the tower itself. The tower and the Champs-Elysées are visible from the Arc de Triomphe.
Inside the arch there is also a museum, but it is not particularly interesting. The souvenir shop is very expensive.

Usachov A.

01/05/2018

5/5.0
РусскийEnglish

Excellent overview of all of Paris. The geometry of the defense is visible from the arch. First detailed inspection of the backpack. To go up and down walk, therefore at whom weak knees think several times. In my opinion, this investment is better than standing in the wild queue on the tower of Eiffel.

Enzo O.

09/30/2017

4/5.0
ItalianoEnglish

Beautiful bow. It is located at the beginning of the avenue of the Champs-Élysées, in the center of the Place Charles de Gaulle. The monument was wanted by Napoleon to celebrate the victory at the Battle of Austerlitz.

Greta C.

09/30/2017

5/5.0
ItalianoEnglish

Beautiful arch, which serves as a roundabout for cars.
From there extend the wonderful Champs Elysees, a boulevard full of prestigious boutiques.
To see!

Провоторова А.

09/29/2017

5/5.0
РусскийEnglish

One of the most visited places in Paris! There's always a lot of tourists. It's interesting to see. This is the most complicated ring movement in Paris!

Aaron I.

09/27/2017

5/5.0

This is an amazing arc that Napoleon built to celebrate their victories. It is quite the architectural feat! It's a great step workout to get to the top. Nice spot to check out for some great views of all of Paris!

Галина П

09/26/2017

5/5.0
РусскийEnglish

A very beautiful arch, the rise on it is one pleasure. You will not see buildings around the area of the star anymore.

Giulio P.

09/17/2017

4/5.0
ItalianoEnglish

At the end of the Champs-Elyseé you will find the Arc de Triomphe 50 m high, to get there is a feat as it is in the middle of a gigantic roundabout. Massive in the middle of the very large square stands out even more.

Karina D.

09/14/2017

5/5.0

Awesome place to visit! I was impressed that there was ready access for people with disabilities and the museum at the top was quite spacious even had a shop and toilets. Stairs were well managed and not crowded — awesome experience and view.

Clint W.

09/14/2017

5/5.0

Make your plans to go right before sunset so that when you get to the top it will be down. The view of the Eiffel Tower from the top of the Arc De Triomphe after the sun has set and it's all lit up is amazing. Bring a small tripod and snap some pictures. At 10pm the Eiffel Tower has a light display that makes it look like a diamond glistening. The lights twinkle for a couple of minutes. It's beautiful.

Tim C.

09/12/2017

5/5.0

We purchased a museum pass so we were able to skip the ticket queue and go straight up. There's quite a few stairs to the top though so be prepared for the climb. Once at the top the viewing deck offers spectacular views. We were there for sunset and it was a great experience to see Paris disappear into the night and the Eiffel Tower come to life at night. Don't be like my wife and try and cross the road to get the the Arc de Triomphe there's a tunnel to get you from the Champs Elysees and back again.

Scream I.

09/08/2017

5/5.0
РусскийEnglish

A very epic and a sign, many good pictures and impressions when you look at Paris from the roof of the arch are guaranteed.
But if you're on the bottom, make sure that the beautiful photo isn't always made out of a crowd of tourists like you.

Екатерина К.

09/07/2017

5/5.0
РусскийEnglish

The arch is opening a very handsome view of the city. A museum card is in effect. The only thing you need is to be ready for a very high spiral staircase. ) (but, in contrast to the Eiffel Tower, there are no queues)

Ilias A.

07/19/2017

5/5.0

Very cool how you need to go underground to reach the arc (around it are moving cars that won't stop for you). Just going around the arc and seeing stuff like the eternal flame is free, if you want to get inside you have to pay (unless you're under 26 and a EU citizen). After you walk a lot of stairs, there isn't really a lot to do or see. But if you walk a few more stairs you get in the top and my God the view is stunning. I would even say that the view is better than from the top of the Eiffel tower. Simply because you can see much more details (because everything doesn't appear tiny) and you get to see all the impressive monuments, including the Eiffel tower. So I highly recommend to get to the top and enjoy the view.

Facilities

  • Dry cleaning
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Fax/photocopying
  • Room service
  • Non-smoking throughout
  • Luggage storage
  • Laundry
  • Lift
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • Air conditioning
  • Concierge service
  • Designated smoking area
  • Family rooms
  • Breakfast in the room
  • Daily maid service
  • Room service
  • Soundproof rooms
  • Minibar
  • Non-smoking throughout
  • Ironing Facilities
  • Wake-up service
  • Private flat in building
  • Terrace
  • Upper floors accessible by lift
  • Tea/Coffee Maker
  • Heating
  • coffee!
  • Shops

Internet

  • WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge

Room Amenities

  • Alarm clock
  • TV
  • Satellite Channels
  • Telephone
  • Cable Channels
  • Electric kettle
  • Desk
  • Bathroom
  • Toilet
  • Hairdryer
  • Free toiletries
  • Shower
  • Wardrobe/Closet
  • Kitchenette
  • Refrigerator
  • Microwave
  • Kitchenware
  • Oven
  • Stovetop
  • Cleaning products
  • Coffee machine
  • Dining table
  • Iron
  • Ironing Facilities
  • Fan
  • Hardwood/Parquet floors
  • Sofa
  • Dining area
  • Towels
  • Linen
  • Radio
  • DVD Player
  • CD Player
  • Flat-screen TV
  • iPod dock
  • Private bathroom

Parking

  • No parking available
  • Public parking is possible at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and costs EUR 25 per day

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