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A charming hotel located in the Trocadéro/Arc de Triomphe/Eiffel Tower triangle: the perfect location in the heart of Paris!
CHARMING and ROMANTIC MANSION – 19TH CENTURY PRIVATE RESIDENCE OF THE PARISIAN GRANDE BOURGEOISIE
La Villa Glamour is located in the Trocadero district, one of the most stylish in Paris: “Located in Paris’s most elegant district” – Style District Review.
The Villa Glamour is an atypical 11 room hotel: “A romantic gem in a typically Parisian style.”
It’s a large, welcoming residence where intimacy – and especially romance – reigns, with a small outdoor courtyard for enjoying breakfast in nice weather.
The Villa Glamour is an older private mansion – a beautiful residence that was once home to a family from the French grande bourgeoisie or aristocracy.
Our themed rooms brilliantly combine charm, romance and outstanding comfort.
The hotel is located in the Trocadéro/Arc de Triomphe/Eiffel Tower triangle, offering the Parisian style of the 16th arrondissement, at the crossroads of two avenues: Avenue Georges Mandel - one of the most prestigious avenues in Paris where great stars such as Marlene Dietrich and Greta Garbo once lived (and where other well-known personalities live today) – and Avenue Victor Hugo.
Place du Trocadéro is just a few steps away – see the most beautiful view in Paris from the top of the Eiffel Tower!
Avenue Victor Hugo leads to Place de l’Etoile, where the Arc de Triomphe stands at the head of one of Paris’s most beautiful, lively avenues, known for its many boutiques and good restaurants.
A few steps from our hotel, you’ll find the renowned restaurant of the greatest French chef in haute cuisine, Joel Robuchon (named “Chef of the Century”) (La Table de Joel Robuchon – 16, avenue Bugeaud – 75016 Paris).
On Rue de la Pompe, you’ll find the restaurant owned by the great French designer Philippe Stark, with exceptional decor well-suited to its outstanding French cuisine (Chez Bon, 25 Rue de la Pompe – 75016 Paris).
The Champs-Elysées is two metro stations from the hotel (“Rue de la Pompe” metro station – line 9).