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3 rue Cambon 75001 Paris Hotel Cambon Paris
The 4 star art hotel gallery, Just in front of the Tuileries Gardens and the Concorde Square.

41 avenue Marceau, 75016 Paris Hotel Elysees Regencia Paris
4 star design hotel located avenue Marceau between the Champs Elysees and the Eiffel Tower.

52 rue François 1er - 75008 PARIS Hotel Grand Powers Elysees Paris
Luxury hotel in the Gold Triangle between Champs Elysees, Avenue Montaigne and Avenue George V.

Montecristo Café

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It seems that few people actually choose to go to the Montecristo Café; they end up there because it looks OK and they haven't been able to find anything better in the area. So should you succumb?

Well, reports on the web make it sound like a tourist trap where higher-than-average prices are to be paid for lower-than-average food. The service? Long, apparently. The music? No longer Latino but a mix of FM dance music. The food? The usual pizza and pasta.

Perhaps you deserve better than this? Check with the reception desk at your hotel for a host of more interesting and satisfying alternatives. And if you absolutely must go, try the outside terrace during the day. Definitely entertaining for people watching.

(By the way, they don't even seem to have a website. This is not a good sign.)

How to get there

Metro 1, 9 :
Franklin D. Roosevelt

RER A :
Charles de Gaulle - Etoile

Bus BAL, 32, 73

Champs-Élysées news

from the 2017-10-18 until the 2018-01-22

Burmese Images

Photographic Treasures of the MNAAG

Located in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, until January 22nd, 2018, Guimet Museum (MNAAG) invites you to discover and examine an extraordinary selection of more than 100 photographic works depicting Burma in the 19th Century.

The exhibition brings together rare works that actually belong to the Burmese collection of the MNAAG which was acquired in the late 1980s as well as other recent acquisitions and donations to the museum. It highlights many interesting themes including the Burmese ethnic minorities and everyday life and shows as well wonderful monuments and views of the region.

Visiting the exhibition “Burmese Images, Photographic Treasures of the MNAAG” is something that you should consider doing if you’re in Paris. So, don’t be hesitant! A selection of more than one hundred fascinating and unique works awaits you.

Curators:
Sophie Makariou
Jérôme Ghesquière



Musée Guimet, 6 Place d'Iéna, 75116 Paris, France

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