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It was supposed to be a temporary installation for the World Fair: it is now one of the most famous monuments in the world. Don’t miss this iconic landmark, and as you make your way up, enjoy stunning views of the City of Lights.
Arc de Triomphe
Located at the western end of the Champs-Élysées, the Arc de Triomphe is a soaring monument, offering stunning views of the city and of the Eiffel Tower, day or night.
Musée du Louvre
When you visit Paris, you cannot miss out on the Musée du Louvre, a world-renowned museum housing such masterpieces as the Venus de Milo and the Mona Lisa.
Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral
Visit this soaring French gothic cathedral and examine its intricate façade, exquisite stained glass windows, and iconic gargoyles.
Fondation Louis Vuitton
A memorable experience in an architectural gem by the American Frank Gehry, with wonderful panoramic views from the terraces. It hosts Louis Vuitton Group CEO Bernard Arnault’s art collection and temporary exhibitions.
Close to the Champs-Elysées, this historical monument hosts three major sites: the nave that welcomes international events (horse riding, arts fairs, and the like), the national galleries with large-scale exhibitions on historic artists, and the Palais de la Découverte which is dedicated to science.
Overshadowed by the Grand Palais, it is a delightful museum of fine arts where you will also find an impressive collection of sculptures, paintings, art objects and tapestries from the Antiquity to 1900. After your visit, recharge in the lovely little garden with tea and cake.
An hour away from Paris, in Picardie, this city near the northern border boasts an incredible heritage. From the remarkable gothic cathedral to the water market in Saint-Leu district or the Jules Verne house, there are plenty of sites to explore. Take a boat for a refreshing tour around the “floating gardens”: a must in spring and summer!
Wander through the bucolic gardens that inspired many of Monet’s masterpieces, including the famous water lilies. Just up the road, the Museum of Impressionisms welcomes you for a deeper dive into the artistic movement in France and abroad.
Feel like royalty for a day and admire the splendor of the Sun King's 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.
Just 30 minutes from Paris Charles de Gaulle by train lies the “City of Coronation”: a vibrant metropolis renowned the world over for its rich history, its World Heritage monuments, and its champagne houses always on the lookout for excellence.
Domaine de Chantilly
From the impressive collection of antique paintings in the stunning castle, to the French, English-Chinese, and Italian gardens or the equestrian shows of the great stables, the area holds a wealth of attractions for the whole family (34 minutes by car).
Parks and Gardens
A favorite among Parisian runners and families, this small park holds a few surprises: statues, a Renaissance archway, a large pond, and more.
Parc de Bagatelle
Located in the heart of Bois de Boulogne, it is the most enchanting botanical garden in the capital city, famous for its beautiful roses and elegant orangery. In the summer, outdoor concerts add to its timeless charms.
Bois de Boulogne
Across the « Périph » (the peripheral ring around Paris), this former hunting ground used by the Kings of France is now the largest relaxing spot in western Paris, with numerous leisure cycle routes and playgrounds.
Domaine National de Saint-Cloud
Overlooking Paris and the Seine River, this domain was once a royal summer residence and the setting of sumptuous parties before the castle burned in 1870. In September, don’t miss the fun fair and the greatest fireworks display in Europe.
Jardin des Serres d'Auteuil
For gardeners and plant lovers, Auteuil’s greenhouses offer a refreshing change of scenery. One of the four main botanical gardens of Paris, it combines a French-style parterre and beautiful romantic greenhouses among which you will find a tropical pavilion with palms, birds, and Japanese ornamental carps.
Food and Drink
From its 34th floor, Windo Bar offers breathtaking views of Paris. Sip a unique cocktail or glass of champagne, and discover a whole new side of the capital city.
Discover Mayo Restaurant next to our Lobby. ! On the menu : a wide selection of local dishes to share.
Brunch at Mayo
Our on-site Mayo restaurant offers a “Barbecue Brunch” on Saturdays and Sundays. Discover gourmet dishes, locally sourced fare, seasonal offerings, and grilled specialties.
The place to be in the 17th district, Chez Georges offers top-notch traditional French fare and is one of Paris' most famous go-to brasseries.
Le Paris XVII
Near Porte Maillot, the Paris XVII serves delicious local dishes at reasonable prices, with menu offerings between 25 and 30€.
Les Boutiques du Palais
Directly connected to the hotel, the Palais des Congrès of Paris offers a large choice of boutiques: ready-to-wear for women, men, and kids, beauty salons, and premium supermarkets. As a hotel guest, you'll enjoy 10% off when shopping at Les Boutiques du Palais.
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, and rue du Temple. Find inspiration in the outfits of the people around you, the designer boutiques, fragrances shops, and trendy world-renowned fashion brands.
If you’re looking for a memorable “haute couture” experience, you will surely find it on Avenue Montaigne in Paris' 8th arrondissement, lined with luxury-brand boutiques such as Christian Dior, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Valentino, Celine, Chloe, Jimmy Choo, and more.
Close to the hotel, 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.
Les Quatre Temps
Just a few stops from the hotel, in the business district of La Défense is one of Paris' largest malls: les Quatre Temps and CNIT. From men’s and women’s fashion to household appliances, this mall brings you all the big brands as well as a large range of services.
Discover one of the most ancient gardens in Parisian history, inaugurated by Napoleon III back in 1860. This amazing garden where your children will get the opportunity to discover beehives, the great birdhouse, the Seoul Garden, the vegetable garden, creative workshops, and so much more.
Parc Zoologique de Paris
The former Zoo de Vincennes is the perfect place to spend family time and discover the animals’ natural habitats as well as fascinating species such as fossa, addax, and capybara.
Cité des Sciences
Take your children to the “cité des enfants” and let them enjoy numerous games, experiments, and discoveries to create unforgettable memories with them. Easily accessible via public transportation by way of Metro 7, buses 139, 150, or 152, or even Tram T3B (Porte de la Vilette stop).
Go on a magical adventure with your children as you discover Disneyland® Paris. Explore five incredible lands filled with classic attractions and beloved characters, or take a peek at Walt Disney® Studios Park and discover the secrets behind the scenes of your favorite movies.
If theme parks are a family favorite, try the incredible Astérix Park for a wonderful day surrounded by some of the most famous French comic characters. From the water attractions such as the Grand Splash to an inverted coaster, there will be plenty of fun to go round.