Arguably the most famous boulevard in Paris, the Avenue des Champs-Élysées accounts for the northern edge of the Golden Triangle, while Avenue Montaigne and Avenue George V extend south to the Seine to complete the shape. One will stumble upon the likes of Chanel and Hermès while walking the cobblestones, and street-side restaurants and cafés make for a flamboyant display of fashion, flair, and Parisian eccentricity. The Golden Triangle also sits between the Arc de Triomphe to the northwest—offering impressive views over the city—and the Grand Palais des Champs-Élysées, a 1900 art nouveau exhibition hall and cultural center topped with an awe-inspiring glass dome.
CDG - Charles de Gaulle Airport
Nearest train station
Gare du Nord
Food & Drink
La Table du 8 Restaurant, with its bar, terrace, garden, and cigar bar
Conference & Meetings
10 meeting rooms