At a Glance
A charming boutique hotel just moments from the Champs-Elysées
Restaurant Daniel is frequented by guests and locals alike for its authentic French cuisine
After a days sightseeing you can nip back to the hotel to enjoy a French take on afternoon tea complete with delicious pastries and multi-coloured macaroons
This "home" manages to offers the charm and privacy of a private house yet with 5 star service
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The best time to visit Paris is, of course, during the famous Paris spring between April and June, when the days are sunny but not too hot. The autumn and winter months are another good time to come when there are smaller crowds and snow is a rarity. But there really is no bad time to visit.
Hotel Daniel is located at the heart of one of Paris' most famous districts and its décor offers something completely different - lavish 18th century style on a boutique scale. Each room has been individually decorated giving the air of a private home.
Nestled on a quiet street between the Champs-Élysées and the Rue du Faubourg Saint–Honoré in the Rive Droite district is the tranquil Hotel Daniel. The hotel has an atmosphere of a private house with its intimate environment and personal furnishings.
Hotel Daniel is centrally located and provides the ideal base from which to explore the mesmerising city of Paris. The hotel may be situated on a quiet street but the vibrancy of the district can be found nearby. There are several antique shops, art galleries, fashion boutiques, prestigious restaurants and bars within walking distance. Furthermore, the Louvre museum, the Tuileries gardens, the Grand Palais and the Petit Palais are only a short walk away too. For attractions further afield, there are good public transport links nearby or the hotel can organise taxis.
Hotel Daniel has been decorated in the style of the French 18th century and is heavily influenced by oriental arts. The reception area, rooms and dining area are all sophisticatedly furnished in a unique way with artefacts from across the globe giving Hotel Daniel an individual feel, and meaning that guests can experience a variety of cultures whilst staying in the very heart of Paris.
Restaurant Daniel is popular with discerning locals and guests alike while afternoon tea French style with rainbow macaroons is a must. At the weekend, expect to be tempted by a delectable brunch menu with an abundance of choice. The Bar at Hotel Daniel is so inviting and the perfect place to embrace the Parisian lifestyle with ubiquitous aperitifs and digestifs!
Hotel Daniel is utterly charming and makes for a wonderful and unique place for one to base oneself during a sojourn to the City of Lights.
Hotel Daniel has 27 rooms, including 7 suites. Each room has been individually decorated with unique artefacts, furniture and colour schemes to give them a personal feel. The marble bathrooms feature deluxe toiletries to help invigorate you at the beginning of the day and to relax you in the evening. The rooms themselves have luxurious bedding to soothe you into a calming sleep, LCD televisions with international channels and climate control for you to choose the optimum temperature for yourself.
Classic Rooms measure from 20 to 25 sqm and feature Italian marble or Moroccan zelliges en-suite bathrooms with baths.
Deluxe Rooms measure from 25 to 30 sqm and are located on the top floor of the hotel, offering fantastic views across the rooftops of Paris.
With views over the Haussman architecture of the street, the Junior Suites are spacious rooms with comfortable sitting areas. These suites measure 32 sqm and some feature balconies.
The One-bedroom Suites provide a separate living room decorated with unique pieces from around the world and beautiful fabrics. One-bedroom Suites measure 32 sqm.
The Suite Paris has a bedroom, living room and large bathroom which are all light and airy. With views over the inner courtyard the suite is calm and quiet. The Suite Paris measures 35 sqm.
The Suite Daniel measures 35 sqm and features large French windows which open out onto a beautiful balcony, where guests can take breakfast and admire the view. Antique furnishings and the muted palette give the suite an air of sophistication and Parisian style.
Children are welcome at the hotel with some connecting rooms on offer. Babysitting can be arranged on request.
Restaurant Daniel is a culinary experience in itself. Headed by Chef Jerome Bonnet, the cuisine served is a blend of French tradition with a Mediterranean touch. He creates a wide variety of dishes using only the freshest of ingredients to serve up delicious meals lunch and dinner.
The bar and lounge at the hotel serves food and drink throughout the day. You can start your day here with a reviving breakfast or enjoy afternoon tea later on in the day. A tempting brunch is served at the weekends. The elegant bar creates the perfect surroundings to enjoy an evening cocktail or after dinner drink.
There is no need to list the myriad things one can do in Paris. Art in abundance, superb shopping, exquisite French cuisine on every corner; Paris has all that any glamorous capital city can offer and more.
There is a 24 hour concierge service available at the hotel to make your stay as stress free as possible and to help you make the most of your time in Paris. The concierge can advise on restaurants, book opera tickets, arrange transport and organise excursions to name a few.
Located less than 10-minutes walk is a superb spa, Les Bains de Lea if you fancy an indulgent treatment.
Baguette baking masterclass
Mini chefs can roll up their sleeves, don their hats and aprons, and get stuck in at this fabulous baguette workshop. Learn the secrets to the most famous of French foods, and of course savour your delicious creation afterwards!
Champagne for a day
Champagne is home to the most famous sparkling wines in the world, from small family-run estates to acres of vineyards owned by the most prestigious Champagne houses. Taste your way around the region with our expert guide.
Chateaux of the Loire Valley
The Loire Valley is steeped in history and is home to magnificent chateaux, pretty timber villages and the longest river in France. Enjoy a private guided visit of two of the region's most impressive chateaux and gardens on this private day trip.
Explore the City of Lights in this extensive tour, and discover some of Paris' highlights. From the city's most famous landmarks to its hidden, winding streets, this tour will paint a picture of Paris life, both past and present.
La belle époque tour of Paris
Step back in time and discover the Paris of la belle époque. From courtesans to Art Nouveau, find out what life in the City of Lights was like at the turn of the century, when French arts and literature reached their heyday.
Normandy landing beaches
This experience visits the poignant historical sites where the American forces fought on D-Day and the moving memorials of the Second World War.
Paris perfume workshop
Treat your senses and delve into the world of fragrances with this unique Parisian perfume workshop. Learn the essential skills from your very own perfume expert who will guide you through the perfume making method.
Paris scavenger hunt
Let little ones experience the joys of Paris with a fun and adventurous scavenger hunt! Solve riddles, complete tasks and earn points to try and reach the treasure at the end. Visit Paris' famous landmarks and work together as a family to solve the clues!
Private cruise on the Seine
Set sail on the Seine in your very own private cruise along one of the most famous rivers in the world. Cruise past all the highlights of Paris and have a unique opportunity to see the city from a different perspective.
Private photography experience
Create lasting memories of your holiday with an exclusive private photography experience. With the help of a professional photographer, capture the perfect moment while you enjoy your romantic break, family holiday or honeymoon.
Private tour of Giverny and the Palace of Versailles
Take in two of the most famous sights in the world in this private tour of Giverny and the Palace of Versailles. Visit Claude Monet's house and renowned garden, then continue on to the incomparable Versailles and its breathtaking hall of mirrors.
Private Tour of the Louvre
Step into Paris' most famous art gallery, and with your trusted private guide, study some of the world's most recognisable masterpieces. Contemplate the Mona Lisa's enigmatic smile, and discover what other delights lie beneath the Louvre's iconic pyramid.
Location & directions
Hotel Daniel claims an amazing location, between Champs-Elysées avenue and rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré.
How to get there
1-hour 20-minute flight to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, followed by a 45-minute drive. Alternatively, the Eurostar connects from London St Pancras to Gare du Nord in an astonishing 2-hours 15-minutes and a taxi from the station takes less than 30 minutes.
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