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Welcome to Fraser Suites Le Claridge Champs-Elysées, Paris

Located along the Avenue des Champs-Élysées, award-winning Fraser Suites Le Claridge Champs-Elysées, Paris is situated on one of the world’s most prestigious streets where the grandeur extends from Place de la Concorde to the magnificent Arc de Triomphe.

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Housed in an early 1900s heritage building, Fraser Suites Le Claridge Champs-Elysées has played host to many famed and celebrated. Offering 114 fully furnished Gold-Standard serviced residences ranging from executive suites to three-bedrooms, it is the choice accommodation for both business and leisure travellers alike.


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Les Halles

Situated in the city centre, Les Halles was once the location of Paris’s best fresh food market. The market was a popular attraction for tourists as well as locals.

Grande Arche

Situated within the district of La Défense, the Grande Arche is one of the most popular attractions in Paris.  The monument was constructed in 1989, on former French President François Mitterand's initiative.

Parc des Princes

The Parc Des Princes is a football stadium in the south of Paris. The arena is home to Paris Saint-Germain, the most successful and popular football team in France.  Established in 1973, nearly 50,000 fans visit the ground almost every week during the football season. 

Stade de France

Located in Saint-Denis, north of Paris, the Stade de France is the stadium of the French national team.  The venue was constructed for the 1998 World Cup with a capacity of 80,000 people.  It’s the biggest stadia in France and one of the largest in Europe.

Disneyland Paris

Disneyland Paris is located in Marne-la-Vallée just on the outskirts of Paris city centre.  This attraction is the busiest theme park in Europe, made up of two separate areas called Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park. The main park was opened in 1992, while Walt Disney Studios opened its doors 10 years later in 2002.

Champs-Elysees Avenue

The Champs- Elysees area is one of the most famous shopping areas in the world. The avenue is home to prestigious brands such as Calvin Klein, Prada, Christian Dior and Chanel. These stores are located in the “Triangle d’or” which is said to be where the most expensive designer stores are.  

Arc de Triomphe

One of the most famous monuments in Paris, the Arc de Triomphe honours those who fought and died in the French Revolution with their names inscribed on the inner and outer surfaces.

Eiffel Tower

Initially criticised for its design when it was erected in 1889, the tallest structure in Paris has become a global icon of France and a symbol of eternal romance.

Grand Palais

Built in the style of Beaux-Arts architecture, the Great Palace is a large historic site, exhibition hall and museum complex that has played host to international fashion shows and world championships.

Petit Palais

Facing the Grand Palais, the “small palace” houses the City of Paris Museum of fine Arts.

Hôtel National des Invalides

Consisting of a large impressive building with a royal courtyard and church, the building, completed in 1676, was originally built to house 4000 war veterans.

Louvre Museum

Visit Mona Lisa, amongst the 380,000 objects and 35,000 works of art, in the world’s largest museum, originally built in the late 12th century and was given a sophisticated look in recent years with the Grand Louvre Pyramids.

Crazy Horse

Another icon of Parisian nightlife, the cabaret is known for its stage performances by exotic female dancers. 


Famous for its exotic shows, The Lido is a cabaret and burlesque show establishment that stands for Parisian nightlife.

Moulin Rouge

The birthplace of the modern can-can dance, the cabaret is notable for the cultural hallmarks in its interiors and is well well-loved for its musical dance entertainment.

Bois de Boulogne

Located on the western edge of Paris, the park is another favourite place for outdoor fun on land and in water, picnics and parties.

Bois de Vincennes

Created by the Emperor Louis Napoleon and located on the eastern edge of Paris, the largest park in the city houses the former residence of the King of France and the Temple of Love, while also provides a public venue for various activities.

Jardin d Acclimatation

The 49-acre land is home to an archery range, miniature golf course, children’s amusement park, a zoo, a science museum and more, that will keep the entire family entertained for the whole day. 

Jardin du Luxembourg

Famed for its calm atmosphere, the garden contains more than a hundred statues, monuments and fountains.  

Jardin des Plantes

The main botanical garden in France houses 4 galleries of the Museum and a zoo with animals of the royal menagerie at Jardin des Plantes.

Tuileries Garden

Since the 19th century, the garden has been a place for relaxation and entertainment for the public, and is home to both traditional and contemporary sculptures.

Parc Monceau

Go through ages and continents in this somptuous parc that gathers together numerous reconstructions of buildings. From Egyptian pyramid to Roman colonnade, the English style parc offers an ideal place to spend a moment out of time. 

Alain Ducasse

French gastronomy will no longer be a mystery to you. Learn how to cook macarons, foie gras or Mediterranean grande cuisine with experienced French chefs.

L Atelier de Joël Robuchon

The 2-star Michelin restaurant is popular not just for its radical approach to “haute cuisine” but also for its sleek dining room that centres around a bustling kitchen and  its dining counter.

L’Epicure restaurant

Dine by the bay windows overlooking a magnificent French-style garden as you savour Eric Frechon’s cuisine in this 3-star Michelin gastronomic restaurant.

Jules Vernes restaurant

Located on the 2nd floor of the Eiffel Tower, the 1-star Michelin restaurant is one of the best around.

Le Fouquet’s restaurant

From Charlie Chaplin to Winston Churchill, the restaurant is more than a meeting place of the rich and famous, but also well known for its Parisian brasserie favourites served in styles from easy al fresco to formal classic

Pavillon Lenôtre

The place is well-known for being a privileged place for gastronomy. You can either choose to savour refined cuisine at the restaurant or learn the secrets of some of the greatest chefs at the cooking and oenology classes.

Guerlain Champs Elysees Store

Shop in the new temple of beauty that is listed as a historical monument, for the biggest collection of fragrances exclusively presented in an architecture that is as awesome as the brand itself.

Louis Vuitton Champs Elysees Store

While the Louis Vuitton brand is the world’s most sought-after fashion, the store here, which is also its largest, boasts of an outstanding interior filter façade and its oversized atrium that are worth a visit on its own. 

Tiffany Champs Elysees Store

The world’s premier jeweller may have a world-wide following, but is a new addition to the street of luxury, looking elegant in steely silver.

Christian Dior Store

The townhouse is the legendary address where the renowned fashion designer Christian Dior set up his workshop in the 40’s. It now became a temple of fashion where to find the latest collections and inspirations.

Gucci Store

Experience the most intimate shopping moment in the stylish and soothing atmosphere of the Italian flagship, based in one of the most luxurious streets of the City of Lights.

Galeries Lafayettes

Perfumes, accessories and luxury stores are flooded with lights by the spectacular dome that gave to the Galeries its iconic architecture.

Printemps Haussmann

The historical 3-storey building gathers together the most luxurious and fashionable brands  for your intensive shopping sessions. Its rooftop offers a breathtaking view above Paris and the Opera Garnier.

One Nation Paris

The season might have ended but the bargains never will, here at France’s largest luxury and fashion outlet where 112 boutiques offer end-of-season pieces at prices that will rock every shopper’s wallet. 

La Vallée Village

A great place for great bargains all year round, with 115 fashion and luxury labels offering collections from previous seasons but by all means the trendiest, at heavily discounted prices.

Jacquemart-André Museum

The public museum was created from the private home of an arts collector and his wife.

Palais-Royal and its gardens

Created in 1633, these prestigious and tranquil gardens are surrounded by a futuristic architecture with contemporary sculptures.

Musée d'Orsay

Holding mainly French art dating between 1848 and 1915, the museum is home to works of painters like Monet and Van Gogh.

Musee National d Art Moderne, National Museum of Modern Art

Home to works of art by 6,400 artists from 90 countries since 1905, the museum has the second largest collection of modern and contemporary art in the world.

Palais de Tokyo, Palace of Tokyo

With no permanent collection, the relatively new building is dedicated to modern and contemporary art and produces all of its exhibitions.

Fondation Pierre Bergé - Yves Saint Laurent

The world’s great designer comes alive in this fashion house that exhibits his amazing works twice a year. 

Fraser Suites Le Claridge Champs-Elysees

Le Claridge - Fraser Suites
74 avenue des Champs-Elysée

Tel:+33 (0)1 44 13 33 33
Fax:+33 (0)1 44 13 33 99
Email: leclaridge@frasershospitality.com
Le Claridge - Fraser Suites
74 avenue des Champs-Elysée

Tel:+33 (0)1 44 13 33 33
Fax:+33 (0)1 44 13 33 99
Email: leclaridge@frasershospitality.com
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