Bradford Elyseés – Wouldn’t stay anywhere else..

Located in an exceptional area between the Champs-Élysées and Faubourg St-Honoré,I  discovered the charm of an authentic Haussman-style hotel. Haussman was appointed by Napoleon III to give Paris a new look and create space in the cluttered city. Haussmann and his team of architects constructed a unifying architectural façade that changed the shape of Paris. As well as coating the city with a unifying style, they also constructed new public buildings, such as L’Opéra , as well as many other buildings. This is what Bradford Elyseés offers its guest. Parisian charm and lots of space.


My room had two big french doors leading out into the balcony. The balcony was laid out with artificial turf and a table with chairs for two to sit out and have their morning coffee or and sundowner or after dinner drink at night.

The room also has a free mini bar that the hotel will stock up for you on request. Wi fi of course is included and there were no problems with speed.

The hotel also offers a free open bar with snacks all day so you can come back to the hotel and rest your tired legs in their lounge and enjoy some lovely french bakery goods and tea.

At night their Atrium room converts into a very laid back honesty bar. The room is filled with butterfly and parrots and has a glass ceiling open to sky. With its dim blue lighting, it is quite magical!

Steps away from one of the most beautifuil Boulevards in the world The Champs Elysées and walking distance from various other attractions, dont bother looking anywhere else. Bradford Elyseés is the hotel for you

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