Located where the Champs-Elysees meets avenue George V, at the heart of Paris Golden Triangle, the Hotel Fouquets Barriere offers luxurious rooms all decorated in a subtle blend of French tradition and modernity, as well as meeting rooms and a boardroom. Daring architecture, state of the art technology, sumptuous spa and a dedicated butler service This Member of the Leading Hotels of the World combines all the ingredients to help its guests enjoy an exceptional experience during their stay.
Ideally located at the corner of the famous Champs-Elysees and George V avenues, in the heart of the Golden Triangle.
30 kms to the airport (paris-charles de gaulle airport)
21 kms to the airport (paris-orly international airport)
2 km to the nearest station (montparnasse)
2 minute walk to the nearest bus stop
Our 35 square-metre Superior room, decorated in a refined, modern style, is located in the heart of the Golden Triangle. The room enjoys a spacious dressing room and a comfortable office area. The bathroom boasts marble decorated with mosaics and mahogany woodwork, and includes a separate shower and bath, a double washbasin, anti-steam television and mirror, as well as separate toilets. There is also a broadband Internet connection and Wi-Fi facilities, your own choice of videos and music and flat television screens with international channels.
You will relish an unsurpassed culinary experience at Michelin star Le Diane restaurant. Award winning Chef Jean-Yves Leuranguer combines the finest produce to create an innovative cuisine with an international flavour. Our guests also have a direct access to the legendary Fouquets restaurant offering fine cuisine. Refreshments and lighter dishes can be taken in the Lucien Bar, located at the heart of the hotel.
The Hotel Fouquets Barriere was raised from the ground as the natural extension of an already mythical establishment, thereby fulfilling a family dream. Edouard Franois successfully took up the challenge of further sublimating the capitals aesthetic beauty by looking towards the future whilst preserving the legacy of the past, in one of the most prestigious areas of Paris. From the quite varied 5 buildings which make up the hotel, the architect managed to create a unified entity, revisiting the Parisian Haussmannian style
Upon entering number 46 avenue George V, one encounters an atmosphere of calm and serenity, a shower of crystals being the only gentle surrounding sound. The Carrara marble geometric floor starkly contrasts with the amazing diamond riviere surrounding the reception desk. The gently curved walls are covered with rich brown leather, embroidered with the hotels signature vegetation motif. Alcoves hiding behind golden sheer curtains, surrounded by oversized mirrors and overhanging amber chandeliers in Murano hand blown glass, accentuate the welcoming atmosphere. A fabulously eccentric oversized Louis XVth style day bed 9 meters in length and standing over 2 meters tall, takes centre stage in an unexpected play on futurism. Directly above, a display of black and white photographs portrays Barriere family members as well as celebrities from the cinema industry that have been guests.