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Admire the Louvre Museum's artwork; stroll through the elegant Tuileries Gardens; treat yourself to a magical evening at Opéra Garnier or a shopping session in luxury shops... What will be your next Parisian experience?

Hôtel du Louvre

Place André Malraux
Paris, Île-de-France, France, 75001

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Things to do in Paris - Tuileries Garden - Hotel du Louvre
Things to do in Paris - Place de la Concorde Fountain - near Hotel du Louvre
Things to do in Paris - Opera Garnier - near Hotel du Louvre

Tuileries Garden

Designed in 1564 by André Le Nôtre, Louis XIV’s gardener, Tuileries Garden takes its name from the tile factories that were formerly located there. This is the perfect place for a morning jog or to relax after visiting the nearby museums and monuments.

Louvre Museum

Although you may get a sneak peek into the galleries from our rooms, we recommend that you visit Paris's most iconic museum. Across the street from the hotel, world-renowned masterpieces such as the Venus de Milo or the Mona Lisa awaits.

Palais Garnier

A showcase for dance and opera, the French Opera House also known as Opera Garnier is a must-see in Paris. Its building will dazzle you in and out. Our hotel offers breathtaking views of Palais Garnier directly from your room.

La Comédie Française

Founded in 1680, the oldest theatrical institution in France has been hosted since 1799 in the heart of the Palais-Royal, just a stone’s throw from the Hôtel du Louvre. Offer yourself a performance where you will hear the texts of the greatest classical authors.

Palais-Royal Garden

Built for Cardinal Richelieu in 1633, this « Royal Palace » hosted royal families until Versailles’s construction. Away from the ambient effervescence, the garden houses some surprising creations such as Buren’s Columns or Bury’s Sphérades.

Pont Alexandre III

Pont Alexandre-III, iconic bridge known as the most extravagant bridge in Paris, spans over the Seine from the 7th and 8th arrondissement. Enjoy unmissable views day and night of this emblematic bridge to contemplate any time of the day.

Arc de Triomphe

Located at the center of Place Charles de Gaulle, Arc de Triomphe is at the junction of three arrondissements. Previously known as "Place de l'Etoile" due to its twelve radiating avenues, the arc honours soldiers who fought and died for France.