An ideally-located 3* establishment.
An ideally-located 3* establishment.
Stella - © EASYVOYAGE
Stella - © EASYVOYAGE
The Stella is located on one of the wide avenues branching off the Place de l'Etoile, just a stone's throw from one of the most emblematic monuments in Paris, the Arc de Triomphe, and the most beautiful avenue in the world, the Champs-Elysées. A metro station located close to the hotel provides direct access to the main lines to explore all of Paris, and Air France buses shuttle passengers to and from Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport. The area is very sophisticated, which of course attracts many tourists, and is kept safe with a high police presence. The nearest metro station is Charles de Gaulle-Etoile.
The hotel's 36 guest rooms come in three categories: Classic Mini, which consists of a single bed and a shower, Classic and Superior. The decor in the standard-sized Classic rooms is low-key, with furniture consisting of a wardrobe where you can hang your clothes, a table and two chairs. The faultless amenities include a fully-stocked mini-bar, free Wi-Fi and a free safe, with room service available until 2:00am, and half of the rooms even have a small balcony overlooking the Arc de Triomphe. The bar downstairs stays open until 1:00am, serving soft and alcoholic drinks.
Inside the unassuming entrance to the hotel you'll find a warm welcome, a comfortable lobby furnished with large leather armchairs facing the reception, and well-appointed decor consisting of a rather heterogeneous combination of contemporary art and Classical sculpture. The building itself is an quite one and has an interesting history; it is believed that this former family hotel once belonged to the Aragon family, one of the members of which, the illustrious Louis, is believed to have lived here for several years. The pleasant breakfast room features parquet flooring throughout and is well-lit.
Idéalement placé, à 2 minutes à pied des Champs Elysées. L'accueil était très professionnel et les chambres d'un standing tout à fait adapté à mes besoin.
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Parking non privatif, ou parking de la ville à des prix élevés
A modern and unassuming 3* establishment.
A voyage into another world, for those who can afford it.
A touchstone in the district.
A faultless establishment in a safe, must-see district.
A fine, modern hotel close to the Arc de Triomphe.
A perfectly decent and well-located hotel.
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The local Zen den!
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