Located on the site of the former Tolstoy family mansion, the hotel was built in 1928 – in the Art Deco style – by architect Henri Porteau. Shortly after its opening, it was bought by a Russian businessman who gave it as a wedding present to his beautiful French wife. They lived there for several years, entertaining the whole of Paris.
40 Avenue De Friedland Paris 75008 France
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Love the location (literally steps away from Ave Champ Elysees and the Arc de Triomphe) and the hotel itself, from the our room (a junior suite) to the common areas, were amazing. We adored the hotel's decor and history, and appreciate the wonderful service and warm hospitality shown by all the staff we came into contact with. We had breakfast one of the days, and were pleased that gluten free items were offered, and also liked having coffee and desserts at the terrace at the bar downstairs. Liked the water hose/bidet in the toilets too, thanks for that! Only thing that bothered me was the shower (it was built higher than the bathroom floor), but otherwise all good. Definitely our choice of place to stay again next time in Paris, hopefully it won't get booked out with a massive price spike then lol.
Best location! Always felt safe! Very clean! ALL staff was warm and friendly I would stay here again in a heartbeat! They accommodated us from start to finish and made our stay so comfortable and leisurely.
I have stayed at Hotel Napoleon a couple times and it's my favorite place to stay in Paris. I love the location because it's close to Champs Elysees and the Arc de Triomphe. The staff are very friendly and accommodating and there is a convenient metro stop nearby to explore all the Paris sights. We did a lot of exploring via walking and would take the Metro back to our hotel. Overall, a wonderful experience!