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Art and Culture
Although you may get a sneak peek into the galleries from our rooms, we would not recommend that you miss Paris most iconic museum. Across the street from the hotel, world-renowned masterpieces such as the Venus de Milo or the Mona Lisa await you for an incredible visit.
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.
Founded in 1875 upon Napoleon III’s request, the Opéra Garnier is a true masterpiece of theatrical architecture. Visit it all day long and even for a night tour; or treat yourself to one of the exceptional shows it offers.
Notre-Dame de Paris
Visit this soaring French Gothic cathedral and examine its intricate façade, exquisite stained glass windows, and haunting gargoyles.
Park and Recreation
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.
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.
Banks of the Seine
For a dive into Parisian life, stroll along the banks of Seine. Soothed by the lapping of the water, this car-free road will lead you to the Bassin de l’Arsenal, near Bastille.
A favorite among Paris runners and families, this small parks holds a few surprises: statues, a Renaissance archway, a large pond, etc.
2 km of luxury brands of all kinds: haute-couture, leather goods, perfumes, a few steps from the hotel. It also offers multiple unmissable addresses for your gourmet breaks.
« Grands Magasins » at Boulevard Haussmann
On Boulevard Haussmann, just behind the Opera Garnier, you’ll find the famous Printemps and Galeries Lafayette department stores : the ideal place for your shopping sessions.
To get that effortless Parisian style, go for a walk around Le Marais and its pedestrian-friendly streets: rue des Rosiers, rue des Francs-Bourgeois, rue du Temple. Get inspired by the outfits of the people around you, the designer boutiques, body care and fragrances shops or the trendy world-renowned fashion brands.
Brands such as Banana Republic, Levi’s, Hugo Boss or Abercrombie & Fitch have set their flagship stores on this famous avenue. Aside from high end shops, car showrooms, cafés, cabarets and clubs add to the animation of this district and provide you with a unique shopping experience.
Experiences organized by the hotel
Visit of Napoleon III’s apartments at the Louvre
Dive into an amazing testimony of life under the Second Empire.
Visits of the Louvre’s cellars
In the footsteps of Louis XV’s sommelier, under the vaults of the historic cellars of the Louvre, treat yourself to an exceptional journey in the world of wine stimulating your five senses.
On summer evenings. petanque games are organized at the Palais-Royal gardens to discover more about this French tradition.
Discover a thousand stories around the iconic Hotel du Louvre. Guided by someone from the hotel team, walk around for a 45 minutes cultural stroll.
Food and Drink
An excellent baby bistro supervised by the famous chef Michel Rostang, owning a large terrace during summertime.
A homemade bistro place with slate walls, and fresh market products.
A small bistro place serving Parisian dishes, rock walls and beams decoration.
At the entrance of the hidden Vivienne Gallery, a traditional French bistro offering different kind of food, all day long.
Feel like royalty for a day and admire the splendor of the Sun King incredible Palace. Take a stroll around the beautiful and extensive grounds, discover the charms of Marie-Antoinette’s farm and Petit Trianon or enjoy the refined water features of the numerous fountains.
An excellent alternative to Versailles if you have already visited it, Fontainebleau is the only royal castle to have been continuously inhabited for seven centuries. With an architecture just as opulent as Versailles and beautiful gardens and courtyards, this sovereign residence will give you a unique perspective on the French royal and imperial history.
Wander through the bucolic gardens that inspired many of Monet’s masterpieces, including the famous water lilies. Just up the Road, the Musée des Impressionnismes welcomes you for a deeper dive in the artistic movement in France and abroad.
Just 30 minutes from Paris Charles de Gaulle by train, lies the “city of coronation”: a vibrant metropole renowned all over the world for its rich history, its World Heritage monuments and its Champagne Houses always on the lookout for excellence.
Discover one of the most ancient garden in Paris History, inaugurated by Napoleon III back in 1860. This amazing garden where your children will get the opportunity to discover beehives, the great birdhouse, Seoul Garden, the vegetable garden, creative workshops and so much more.
The Parc Zoologique de Paris
The former Zoo de Vincennes is the perfect place to spend family time and discover animals’ natural habitat and fascinating species such as fossa, addax or capybara.
Cité des Sciences
Take your children to the “cité des enfants” and let them enjoy numerous games, experiments and discoveries to create sensational memories with them. Easy access in public transportation via Metro 7, bus 139,150 or 152 or even Tram T3B with Porte de la Villette Stop.
Do you want to see your kids’ eyes light up? Take them to the magical realm of Disneyland Paris: it’s only a 10 minutes train ride from Paris Charles de Gaulle airport. Explore 5 incredible lands filled with classic attractions, beloved characters or take a peek at Walt Disney Studios Park and discover the secrets behind the scenes of your favorite movies.