Hotels & Vacation Rentals Near Avenue Montaigne, France From 116 USD

Hotels & Vacation Rentals Near Avenue Montaigne, France
Maria Cristina
Maria Cristina

Avenue Montaigne, once known as the “Widow’s Street” is now a popular avenue well visited for its high-end boutiques. You’ll find the street in Paris, France in the 18th arrondissement. The avenue derived its name from Michel de Montaigne, a French Renaissance writer. During the 19th century, the avenue gained recognition for its extravagant Saturday night Mabille balls. If you are in Paris for some serious shopping, drop by Avenue Montaigne. You’ll find stores of the big names in the fashion industry like Ralph Lauren, Valentino, Fendi, Chanel, and Dior. There are high-class jewelers such as Bulgari and luxurious hotels like Plaza Athenee. Check into one of the exclusive hotels and vacation rentals we’ve listed below.

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