Nestled in the heart of Paris's historic and cultural 8th arrondissement, in the Madeleine district, the Hotel Chavanel is a sumptuous 4-star establishment offering 27 characterful rooms & suites.
Following the hotel's integration into our network, we decided to give it a fresh new look. The hotel now boasts an elegant, authentic retro-chic style, blending muted decor and vintage hues with elegant, contemporary elements.
Its retro-chic style harmoniously combines the timeless charm of the old with modern luxury and elegance. Every corner of the establishment is an ode to period elegance, offering a journey back in time while preserving contemporary comfort. Carefully selected vintage furniture, motifs inspired by decades past and subtly integrated artistic decorative touches create a warm and welcoming ambience.
Freshly renovated, the rooms also boast a vintage and retro style, while remaining contemporary. Shades range from ochre and fir green to off-white and beige. Lighting fixtures provide warm and subdued light. Meanwhile, the furniture is also inspired by a "seventies" style, with rounded shapes that were avant-garde for the time. There are also more contemporary decorative objects to add a touch of modernity to the rooms.
On the first floor of the establishment, you'll find several areas where you can relax on your own, or get together with others to share a moment of conviviality. Relax with a good book, have your lunch, sip a coffee, end the day with a drink.
In the hotel's basement, you can enjoy breakfast. With fresh produce and a selection of sweet and savory dishes in buffet form, breakfast is available at a cost of 20 euros per person.
Hotel Chavanel enjoys a privileged location in the heart of Paris's historic and cultural 8th arrondissement. This emblematic district, renowned for its elegance and refinement, captures the spirit of the City of Light. Bordered by majestic avenues, grand boulevards and Haussmann-style buildings, the 8th arrondissement offers an exceptional architectural experience around every corner. It is also home to some of Paris's most famous monuments, including the Madeleine church, the Alexandre III bridge and the Arc-de-Triomphe.
Also located in the 8th arrondissement, Les Champs-Élysées, one of the world's most famous avenues, offers a multitude of luxury and more modest boutiques, as well as emblematic restaurants. It also links the Arc de Triomphe with the Place de la Concorde.
Renowned museums such as the Grand Palais and Petit Palais add an artistic touch to this arrondissement. Other museums include the Musée Jacquemart-André and the Musée Cernuschi.