Discover Paris’ 17th district
Published On: 10-02-2020
Published On: 10-02-2020
The 17th arrondissement of Paris forms parts of the area in North West near the Champs Elysées, the Eiffel Tower, Gare Saint Lazare, the Haussmann Department Stores and the Opera Garnier.It is made up of famous neighborhoods such as the Batignolles district, Asnières la Porte de Clichy, la Fourche, the Paris congresses of the Champeret area and the Place du Maréchal Juin.This district is very diversified in its composition of mansions and Haussmann buildings, as bourgeois as it is popular.There is also a lot of greenery in areas such as the Bois de Boulogne, the Plaine Monceau and many other green spaces and terraces.
The 17th is a remodeled eco-neighborhood with superb apartments and serviced residences. The real estate market is very lively.
Prestigious schools such as St Cyr, Carnot and Medéric are nearby.
The 17th district comprises many hotels like the Best Western hotel, the Mercure hotel, boutique hotels and the XO Hotel Paris.
The XO Hotel Paris is located in Paris’ 17th district. Near Pereire metro station line 3 and Ternes line 2, the XO Hotel Paris is also located just a stone’s throw away from well known French Monopoly streets or avenues, such as Avenue des Champs Elysée just a few minutes’ walk away, Avenue Wagram, rue de Courcelles, boulevard Berthier and boulevard Malesherbes.
Paris’ 17th district is a residential neighborhood close to Saint Lazare, La Place Clichy, Champerret, Porte Maillot convention center, Levallois, Neuilly as well as Asnières and Boulogne.
The XO Hotel Paris is not far from the Arc de Triomphe.
It is also nice to stroll down to Parc Monceau and to visit the museums of Jacquemart André and Cermuschi.
For nightlife nothing can beat being close to the 8th arrondissement of Paris to admire the Parisian cabarets such as the Lido and the Crazy Horse.
For partygoers, do not forget the famous disco Le Duplex.
Restaurants in Paris’ 17th district
Staying at the XO Hotel Paris means you have a choice of all types of wining and dining, including fast food, traditional cuisine, gourmet French cuisine and even Asian cuisine or brasseries.
For fast food you will find McDonalds, Chinese and Japanese takeaways.
The traditional or semi-gastronomic restaurants are Rostang House on rue Rennequin, La Table du Caviste Bio rue de Prony and Fanfan on rue Bayen.
There are also French restaurants or Brasseries such as Le Petit Banville on rue Théodore de Banville and The Place To on Avenue de Wagram.
You will also find good Italian restaurants such as Il Ristorante on rue Fourcroy and Le Bacino on rue de Courcelles.
In the Paris’ 17th district you can also go shopping, with all the shops you could want on Avenue des Ternes, rue des Lévis, the rue de Courcelles and not forgetting, although it is in the 8th arrondissement, the Avenue des Champs Elysées.