Le Dokhan's, Paris Arc de Triomphe, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel

In the Heart of Paris


Many nearby places illustrate the French art of living. Emblematic artisans such as the butcher Yves-Marie Le Bourdonnec, baker Lalos, chocolate-maker Patrick Roger and cheesemonger Androuet can be found around a corner. These last 3 ones have won the “Meilleurs Ouvriers de France” award. Famous designer boutiques line the Champs-Elysées and Avenue Montaigne just a few minutes from the hotel.

Luxury Concierge

Start Exploring Paris

Curated by our Chief Concierge, guided tours of the hotel surroundings will allow our guest to travel through time and re-discover the city.


The 16th Arrondissement

This charming Parisian town house is located between the Place du Trocadéro and the Arc de Triomphe in the sophisticated and fashionable 16th Arrondissement. It's the ideal location for exploring the beauty of the City of Lights. The hotel is 350 metres from the Boissière metro station and 400 metres from the Trocadéro metro station.

Exploring Nearby

The Trocadéro Gardens

Created for the Universal Exposition in 1937, this green space of nearly 10,000 m² offers a stunning view of the Eiffel Tower dominating the capital.

Palais de Chaillot

Built for the 1937 International Exhibition of "Arts and Techniques Applied to Modern Life". It offers one of the most memorable views of the Trocadero Gardens and the Eiffel Tower.

Guimet Museums

The Musée National des Arts Asiatiques – Guimet is home to the most important collection of Asian art in Europe, and the most comprehensive in the world.

Palais de Tokyo

The site offers visitors exhibitions, meetings, screenings, concerts and performances in a 22,000 m² space spread across 4 floors.

Palais Galliera

Built in the 19th century, the Palais Galliera now houses the Musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris. The collections, including some 100,000 pieces of clothing and accessories, are among the richest in the world and reflect the fashion trends and habits of France from the 18th century until modern day.

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