The Hilton Arc de Triomphe is a bit different from other Hilton hotels because, although it is up to the usual standards of the chain, it is decorated in the Art Deco style, which gives it a more human feel.
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The hotel's location could hardly be better in Paris: it is just next to Parc Monceau in a fairly quiet neighbourhood but close to livelier haunts like the Champs Elysées, Boulevard Haussmann and the shops of Rue du Faubourg St Honoré.
The hotel's 463 comfortable rooms are all well equipped and, above all, spacious (between 322 and 1614 ft²). There are 14 different categories on offer, and all are decorated in the Art Deco style with re-editions of Macassar ebony furniture, fabrics with geometrical designs, and so on. In terms of equipment, each room has individual air-conditioning, a mini-bar, safe and flat screen television. The bathrooms are marble and have a separate bathtub and shower (except the standard rooms), hair-dryer, bathrobes and slippers. If you book into an executive room or suite, you also have access to the private Executive Lounge, where you can help yourself to snacks and the international press. Forty-one of the rooms and suites have a private terrace, and some enjoy views of the Eiffel Tower.
The hotel does nothing by half: it is a big building with a bright, spacious entrance hall and big, long identical corridors upstairs. Luckily, the 30's decor gives the whole place a more human feel. The lobby is very bright and well designed, with many armchairs, replicas of those on the SS Normandie liner, large chandeliers and works of art in the Art Deco style. This space overlooks the large central garden, Patio Andalou, which has the reception rooms distributed around it. The 'Grande Descent', a massive staircase, leads to the meeting rooms and the famous 400m² spa, Mosaïc Décléor & Carita, which consists of a well equipped gym, 10 treatment rooms, hydro-tonic facilities including massage jets, a sauna and a hammam. Guests staying in the luxury rooms and suites can use the spa free of charge. Unfortunately, Wi-Fi access and use of the business centre are charged. The hotel has a private car park which is also charged.
Food and drink
The hotel has a restaurant and a bar. The latter, Purple, is decorated in the Art Deco style and opens from 10:00am until 2:00am. It is known in particular for its pre-dinner drinks, the exhibitions it stages and its fine cocktail menu, but also offers a menu of lighter dishes. The layout, which is split into small retro boxes, offers plenty of privacy. In the restaurant, the chef Philippe Daigneaux prepares popular dishes of French and international cuisine to the standards expected at Hilton establishments. The advantage of the restaurant is that there are several different spaces to choose to dine, either on the large Patio Andalou terrace at the centre of the hotel, on the little street terrace, on a private terrace or in a large room in the winter. If you are just enjoying a Sunday outing in the neighbourhood, the restaurant serves up a copious brunch from 12:30pm to 3:00pm.
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