Paris is the place to live the passionate, intense and unique Parisian lifestyle. From the most beautiful street on earth, to the Seine and up to Versaille, this city is full of wonders.
From the historic gardens to the dazzling view of Paris, the Tower is a must-see attraction. The first floor is partially glazed, allowing one to feel the unique sensation of walking above a void.
Sous le pont Mirabeau coule la Seine
Et nos amours
Faut-il qu’il m’en souvienne
La joie venait toujours après la peine.
Vienne la nuit sonne l’heure
Les jours s’en vont je demeure
The bridge itself is not particularly striking, but the view from it is just extraordinary, especially at night.
April 12, 1992 marked the historic opening of Disneyland Paris, a wonderful place where magic has continued to amaze young and old for 30 years. Disneyland Paris has 50 attractions today. They are spread over 9 Disney Universes, including 5 universes in Disneyland Park and 4 in Walt Disney Studios Park. We all have unforgettable memories of times spent in the Kingdom of Dreams.
Two pavilions face each other: the Rohan pavilion and the Lesdiguières pavilion. Each is topped with a lantern, surmounted by a weather vane. Golden “N”s, topped with the imperial crown, decorate each of the two lanterns.
Only 2 metro stops away from the hotel, at the foot of the Jardin d’Acclimatation, this contemporary artistic structure is a place of life and culture. Here, you will discover temporary exhibitions, concerts and workshops.
“We wanted to offer Paris an exceptional place for art and culture and bet on audacity and emotion by entrusting Frank Gehry with the construction of an emblematic building of the 21st century.” (Bernard Arnault)
The Yves Saint Laurent Paris Museum exhibits the work of the couturier in the historic place of his former fashion house, through a retrospective tour and thematic temporary exhibitions presented consecutively.
The Butte Montmartre is one of the most beautiful places in the capital.
You usually stop at the Pigalle station on line 2 of the circular line of the Paris metro. Then you rush into a small Parisian street to climb this hill which dominates all of Paris. A place that used to be poorly frequented and which brought together the poor and the artists. Picasso, to name just one, lived there for a few years before becoming famous and moving to the south of France or to Spain.
The most beautiful bridge in Paris, the romantics take their most beautiful photos there.
Perfectly asymmetrical, this 6 story building does not go unnoticed in the peaceful district of the Eiffel Tower! Built in 1900 by the architect Jules Lavirotte, the building is part of the same movement as Gaudi’s work in Spain. With its curved lines, its dissimilar windows, its atypical colors but above all, its impressive mosaic covering and its majestic carved door (on which hides a naughty detail…), the building is a true architectural masterpiece that we never get tired of.
On the forecourt of Notre-Dame, a stone slab is hidden containing a piece of bronze in the middle surrounded by a compass and on which is inscribed “Point zero des routes de France”. This symbolic point became, under Louis XV a reference point to calculate the distance from other cities. This slab itself was installed in 1924. Since then, tradition has it that if you walk on this point, your steps will always take you back to Paris.
You may not have known it, but Paris is home to many absolutely magnificent covered passages.
Learn the know-how of French chefs and take a dive into the world of French gastronomy!
The Ducasse Cooking School’s “First Lesson” courses are perfectly suited for beginners wishing to discover the pleasure of cooking.
Four hours of cooking lessons in French or in English on a culinary theme of your choice. Courses offered are Batch Cooking, Vegetables, Fish & Shellfish, Brunch, Poultry & Meat, Pasta, and Pastries.
A unique experience, especially at night. See the lights of the Eiffel Tower and the spectacular monuments of Paris after dark, whilst floating on a boat on the Seine. Houseboats with glass roofs undoubtably give the best possible experience.
An unusual place in Paris, these underground catacombs hide many secrets. This place is the municipal ossuary where the bones of several cemeteries in Paris were transferred to at the end of the 18th century. Nowadays, the bones of around 6 million people rest there, including figures of the French Revolution such as Danton, Robespierre and Desmoulins.
A tour aboard a “dodoche”? The company “Paris Authentic” brings you to the streets of the capital in a convertible 2 CV. Explore the city and admire its monuments and districts, with anecdotes for the day and night. Prepare for several themed walks to discover the Paris of the “Frenchy” too!
Please do not hesitate to contact the reception to assist you in both choosing and booking your excursions.