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Hotels in 16th Arrondissement near Place du Trocadero

The beautiful 16th arrondissement is one of the most glittering jewels in Paris’s crown. This affluent neighborhood is home to prestigious sporting venues, stunning museums, and lovely parks. Wide boulevards are lined with well-preserved examples of the Belle Epoque architecture that gives the district its unique ambience. Stroll down fashionable Avenue Foch to Place de l’Etoile to see Paris in all its finery, then wander through the Trocadero Gardens to view the storied Palais de Chaillot, the first headquarters of NATO.

Hotels in the 16th arrondissement

The hotels in Trocadero are some of the best in Paris, with high levels of comfort and luxury and a reputation for exceptional service. The stunning Hôtel Garden Elysées is a 4-star hotel near Trocadero, perfectly situated between the iconic Eiffel Tower and the prestigious Champs Elysées. Visit in winter and you’ll find roaring open fires and a charming winter garden where you can ward off the chills with a bracing cognac. The Radisson Blu Le Dokhan’s Hotel is a luxury Trocadero hotel housed in an 18th-century mansion, furnished in grand neo-classical style and famed for its glamorous champagne bar.

Things to see in the 16th arrondissement

Whether it’s tennis or horseracing, art or architecture, cuisine or couture, the 16th arrondissement seems to do it bigger or better than anywhere else. The Bois de Boulogne, Paris’s second-largest park, is the site of prestigious sporting arenas Roland Garros and the Hippodrome de Longchamp—hosts of the French Open tennis tournament and Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe horserace respectively. It is also the home of legendary football club Paris Saint-Germain. The Musée Marmottan showcases the largest collection of works by Monet in the world, as well as paintings by fellow impressionists including Renoir and Gauguin. The gardens of the Trocadero, dating back to the 1878 World’s Fair, lead up to the Palais de Chaillot, which houses a number of interesting museums. This striking building played a pivotal role during and after the Second World War as the scene of the signing of the UN’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Good for couples

For a loved-up break in one of the world’s most romantic cities, it doesn’t get much better than the 16th arrondissement. Hotels in the Trocadero neighborhood are known for their unashamed indulgence—the perfect setting for a loved-up escape. Dining à deux in a chic restaurant, shopping for special gifts in elegant arcades, or sipping champagne under the stars are all part of daily life in this enclave of style and taste. An abundance of museums and art galleries can be visited within a stone’s throw of your Trocadero hotel, while the fragrant and mouthwatering smells of the flower and food market on Avenue du President Wilson are a sensual treat.

How to get to the 16th arrondissement

Paris is served by 2 international airports, Charles de Gaulle and Orly. Both airports offer various convenient connections into the city center by public transportation. For a hassle-free transfer to hotels in the Trocadero area, consider pre-booking a private limo—especially welcome if laden down with heavy luggage. Getting around the 16th arrondissement is easy on the excellent Paris metro, which serves all parts of the neighborhood with numerous stops and lines. Grab a cab for a pleasant and comfortable end to a perfect night out.