Things to do, see and experience in beautiful Paris

The ‘City of Lights’, is a must-see on every traveller’s list of cosmopolitan cities to visit. Famous attractions vary from beautiful historical monuments and world-renowned museums, to celebrated shopping boulevards and award-winning restaurants.

Paris offers something for everyone, whether an art buff, romantic, urban explorer or epicurean. Wander the streets and absorb the atmosphere like a Baudelairean flâneur, absorb the culture in charming Parisian cafés and admire the incredible range of architectural styles.

From Neuilly’s quaint boulevards and theatres, to the legendary sights in Paris’s city centre, there are many things to do in the French capital. Discover art, history, romance, family moments, culture, sport, fun and food in this intoxicating world city. Book your room today.


  • The Marais District

    Between the 3rd and 4th districts, Le Marais has welcomed a great number of writers and philosophers. Creativity is synonymous with this district and it's a great place to look for original and unique clothing by young designers.

    • Cultural district
    • Via metro lines 1, 3, 8 and 11
    • Website

     

  • Les Boutiques du Palais in Porte Maillot

    Porte Maillot is known for its huge business centre - Palais des Congrès - which also offers over 80 exclusive boutiques. The shops are open every day and is walking distance from the hotel.

    • Open from 10.30 am to 7.30 pm
    • Walking distance
    • Website

     

  • Avenue des Champs-Élysées

    Named after the Elysian Fields of Greek mythology, the Champs-Elysees avenue is said to be the world's most beautiful street. Almost 2 km long, it welcomes couture and designer boutiques.

    • Tree-lined boutique shopping
    • Via metro
    • Website

     

  • Boulevard Haussmann

    In the 9th district of Paris, a part of Boulevard Haussmann has become one of the biggest shopping centres of the city and hosts two famous French department stores along with various brands.

    • Architecture
    • Via metro lines 7 and 9
    • Website