Bookended by sites of grandeur Arc de Triomphe and Place de la Concorde, Champs-Elysees is more than its legendary namesake boulevard. It’s a thriving neighborhood infused with history, opulence, and the aromas of perfect cappuccinos and fine perfume. This central Paris neighborhood’s high style and higher prices can seem intimidating, but be assured that Champs-Elysees’ clubs, cinemas, luxury stores, and iconic horse-chestnut trees embody Paris’ inimitable romance and reward undeterred exploration.See 599 places to stay Save this neighborhood
An Icon of Paris
This place is perfect to discover Paris in awesome conditions, for lovers, in family or with friends. You'll find everything around this area: museums, theatres, cinemas, shopping, restaurants, bars, clubs..."
Premier Shopping Along the Champs-Élysées
The neighborhood is very "Midtown" for those who want a New York point of reference. It's a stopping point for diplomats, you'll notice many embassies around. For late night music, food and fun, I liked Mojito Habana on Rue de Presbourg."
Visited in 2013
An Eclectic Crowd Mingles on the Champs-Elysées
To the people who fly from CDG or Orly: there is an AirFrance bus right at Arc de Triomphe so you don't even need to take the RER."
Visited in 2013
Around the Champs-Élysées
... surrounded by famous luxury stores and iconic monuments, walk around comfortably [...] You'll be able to enjoy beautiful night scenes of Paris while feeling completely safe, even at night."
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Oliver Knight is a freelance photographer who divides his time between two bases in Paris and London. Upon graduation from Camberwell College of the Arts he began shooting for a number of editorial clients. A decade later he has harboured numerous long standing professional relationships regularly shooting editorial features for magazines, travel guides and inflight publications. When not behind the camera he enjoys cycles along the French coast and watching the world go by from his favourite cafe terraces with a cup of tea close at hand.
Loïc is a French photographer and world traveler addict based in Paris. He has been traveling all around the world trying to capture every unforgettable experience he met on his way. In Paris, the city where he grew up, he has the great opportunity to share with Airbnb his comprehensive knowledge of the City of Light.