Since you'll be close to the best Parisian gastronomic restaurants (Pierre Gagnaire, Guy Savoy and Taillevent), take advantage of your visit to discover their constantly changing menus.
You are also just steps away from the Jacquemart André Museum, built at the end of the 19th century. This private mansion features a set of rooms furnished and decorated according to the taste of the time. It was the home of collectors whose entire life was dedicated to a passion for beautiful objects and works of art. It is known for the quality of its temporary exhibitions. If you feel like shopping, famous department stores (Printemps, Galeries Lafayette) and the shops along the Champs Elysées will provide everything you could wish for.
Staying at Royal Hôtel also means being at the center of business and banking activity.
Shops, museums, excursions and Parisian monuments...
you not know where to head!
The 8th arrondissement of Paris is a symbol of elegance withthe French culture and refinement. Particularly in this Parisian neighborhood that we can admire and visit famous monuments like the Grand Palace and its magnificent glass roof, the Place de la Concorde and its Egyptian column, the Palace of the Elysee, Champs Elysees and the Arc de Triomphe. The area is concentrated with prestigious shops, fascinating museums, restaurants and well-known clubs.The are will provide anexciting and charming stay with us!
The area of fashion for haute couture lovers
On the Champs Elysées and Avenue Montaigne, the biggest names in Haute Couture welcomes you in luxurious shops.
Museums original, unusual or famous
The Bouilhet-Christofle museum and its collections of furniture and silversmith's objects, the National Center of Photography, Galeries nationales du Grand Palais, the Musée Nissim de Camondo (Decorative Art), Museum Jacquemart André (Decorative Art), the Arc de Triomphe Museum or the Palais de la Découverte (Cultural Science Center) ... Museums are legion in the 8th district! Enough to quench your thirst for knowledge and culture!
Crazy or wildly romantic nights!
Walk along the Champs Elysees and its magical lights, turn up at the top of the Arc de Triomphe and admire the magnificent view it offers, from Montmartre to the Eiffel Tower ... what could be more romantic? Choose one of the many bars, clubs or cabarets around and let yourself be carried away by music and crazy night life of Paris! Here, everything is possible and anything goes!
A prestigious area close to the most beautiful Parisian monuments
The famous avenue de Friedland joins the Place Charles de Gaulle and Boulevard Haussman. It is located in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, one of the most prestigious in the capital, near the Champs Elysees, the Arc de Triomphe and the presidential palace. Avenue de Friedland was called “the boulevard Beaujon” until 1864. She took the name of treasurer Nicolas Beaujon, who owned part of the non-urbanized sector.
Honoré de Balzac lived in this area of Paris
It was at number 12 Avenue de Friedland, at the intersection of rue Balzac, that Balzac bought a house in 1846 in an outbuilding of the House la Folie Beaujon. He wanted to make a palace for Mrs. Hanska whom he married in May 1850. They lived together until his death on 18 August of that year. Rue Fortunée was immediately transformed into Rue Balzac. A statue of the famous writer was built by the “Société des Gens de Lettres” (French association of writers) on the Friedland avenue in 1902.
A location full of history and prestige
Until 1857, the number of 33 Avenue de Friedland, current location of the Royal Hotel was the location of various castles. First of these was the Comte de Lamscone which included Chinese and Gothic architecture. It was a contrast with usual architecture of 17th century of Paris. It was then occupied by the castle Arsene Houssaye with its three towers, destroyed when the boulevard Beaujon was created.